Eva Marinus

Eva Marinus, Prof. Dr.

Leiterin Forschungsprofessur am Institut für Medien und Schule

Pädagogische Hochschule Schwyz
Zaystrasse 42
6410 Goldau
Schweiz
T +41 41 859 05 16
eva.marinus @ phsz.ch
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Funktionen

  • Dozentin mit Forschungsauftrag

Schwerpunkte

  • Erwerb des Programmierens und Computational Thinking in Kindergarten und Primarunterricht
  • Empirische Fachdidaktik der digitalen Medien
  • Erwerb des Lesens und Dyslexie

Aus- und Weiterbildung

  • 2010: Ph.D. Erziehungswissenschaften (Universität von Amsterdam, die Niederlande)
  • 2003: M.Sc. Klinische Entwicklungspsychologie (Universität von Amsterdam, die Niederlande)

Berufsbiografie

  • 2019: Dozentin mit Forschungsauftrag, Institut für Medien und Schule, PHSZ
  • 2018: Visiting Researcher, Professur für Lehr und Lernforschung, ETH Zurich
  • 2018: Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Department of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University, Australia
  • 2018-2018: Senior Research Fellow CCD Reading Program, ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD), Macquarie University, Australia
  • 2012-2017: Research Fellow CCD Reading Program, ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD), Macquarie University, Australia
  • 2010-2011: Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science (MACCS), Macquarie University, Australia
  • 2007-2007: Visiting Researcher, Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, UK
  • 2004-2010: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Educational Sciences, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • 2004-2004: School Psychologin, ABC [Schuleberatungsstelle in Amsterdam], die Niederlande, die Niederlande

Mitgliedschaften

  • Stimmberechtiges Mitglied der Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (www.triplesr.org)

Publikationen

  • Deacon, S. H., Pasquarella, A., Marinus, E., Tims, T., & Castles, A. (2019). Orthographic processing and children's word reading. Applied Psycholinguistics, 40(2), 509-534.
  • Marinus, E., Powell, Z., Thornton, R., McArthur, G., & Crain, S. (2018). Unravelling the cognition of coding in 3-to-6-year olds. In Proceedings of ACM International Computing Education Research (ICER) conference, Espoo, Finland, August 2018 (ICER), 9 pages.
  • Li, L., Wang, H.-C., Castles, A., & Marinus, E. (2018). How children learn to read in Chinese: Examining the role of phonological decoding in Chinese orthographic learning. Cognition, 176, 184-194.
  • Pritchard, S.C., Coltheart, M., Marinus, E., & Castles, A. (2018). A computational model of the self-teaching hypothesis based on the dual-route cascaded model for reading. Cognitive Science, 42, 722-770.
  • Marinus, E., Mostard, M., Segers, E., Schubert, T.M., Madelaine, A., & Wheldall, K. (2016). A special font for children with dyslexia: Does it work and if so how? Dyslexia, 22, 233-244.
  • Marinus, E., Nation, K., & de Jong, P.F. (2015). Density and length in the neighbourhood: Explaining cross-linguistic differences in learning to read in English and in Dutch. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 139, 127-147.
  • Marinus, E. & Castles A. (2015). Precursors to reading: Phonological awareness and letter knowledge. In: Bavin, E.L. and Naigles. L.R (Eds). The Cambridge Handbook of Child Language 2nd ed., (pp 661-680). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
  • Schmalz, X., Marinus, E., Coltheart, M., & Castles, A. (2015). Getting to the bottom of orthographic depth. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 22(6), 1614-1629.
  • Marinus, E., de Jong, P.F., & van der Leij, A (2012). Increasing word-reading speed in poor readers: No additional benefits of explicit letter-cluster training. Scientific Studies of Reading, 16, 166–185.
  • Marinus, E., & de Jong, P.F. (2010). Variability in the word reading performance of dyslexic readers: Effects of word length and digraph presence. Cortex, 46, 1259–1271.

Vorträge

  • Graafsma, I., Robidoux, S., Roberts, M., Polito, V., Nickels, L., Zhu, J. & Marinus, E. (2019, April). Which cognitive skills predict success in an undergraduate programming course? Paper presented at the 46th Annual Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference (EPC), Wellington, New-Zealand.
  • Marinus, E. (2019, March). Which skills are important for programming? Invited talk at the Opening of the Programming Education Research Lab at the Computer Science Institute at Leiden University, the Netherlands.
  • Marinus, E. (2015, April). Reading fluency & its remediation. Invited keynote presentation given at the Reading and Spelling: Development, Disorders and Remediation Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  • Marinus, E. (2018, November). Challenges in spelling acquisition. Invited presentation at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
  • Marinus, E. (2018, October). Assessing programming in 3-6-year olds: The development of the CODE-3-6 test. Invited presentation at the Computer Science Department, Delft University, the Netherlands.
  • Marinus, E., Powell, Z., Thornton, R., McArthur G. & Crain, S. (2018, June). Cognition of coding in 3-to-6-year olds: The relationship between programming ability and compiling of syntax in natural language. Colloquium at the Computer Science Department, ETH, Switzerland.
  • Marinus, E. (2015, September). Learning to read in different languages: The influence of orthographic depth and density. Colloquium at the MARCS Institute Seminar Series, Western Sydney University, Sydney.
  • Marinus, E. (2015, June). Improving reading fluency: Large effects of training, small effects of font. Paper presented at the Making up Lost Time in Literacy (MultiLit) Seminar Series, Sydney, Australia.
  • Marinus, E., Meijboom, I., Segers, E., & McArthur, G. (2018, July). Explaining the relation between surface dyslexia and poor arithmetic performance. Paper presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR), Brighton, UK.
  • Marinus, E., Powell, Z., Thornton, R., McArthur, G., & Crain, S. (2017, November). Programming in pre-schoolers: The development of an assessment tool. Poster session presented at the CCD Annual Workshop, Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens.
  • Marinus, E. (2015, November). Computational thinking and learning to code: A new field of research in cognition. Paper presented at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders Annual Workshop, Macquarie University, Sydney.
  • Marinus, E., Wang, H.-C., Kohnen, S., & McArthur, G. (2015, July). Syllables vs. letters: Remediating reading fluency using a text highlighting interface. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR), Hawaii, USA.
  • Marinus, E., Mostard, M., Segers, E., Madelaine, A., & Wheldall, K. (2015, April). A special font for children with dyslexia: Does it work and if so how? Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference (EPC), Sydney, Australia.