Ingrid Singer MSc has been a lecturer-researcher at the Research group Speech and Language Therapy: Participation through communication since 2014. Within this research group, she is currently working on her doctoral research on communicative participation of children with developmental language disorders (DLD).
As a lecturer-researcher, she hopes to improve the communicative participation of children with DLD. She has experience with both quantitative and qualitative research methods, including participatory approaches and is particularly attracted to the idea of translating knowledge into practically applicable products. She is also interested in the valorization of (speech-language) research results. This fits in well with her background in communication science, psychology and speech and language therapy.
"There is little use for knowledge that sits on a shelf"
In her teaching hours, she developed a management game with students and practitioners for third year bachelor students Speech and Language therapy. The game simulates a situation where a group of students run a clinic together, encountering ethical issues, and addressing quality of care in a setting that encourages entrepreneurship and innovation.
Fields of Expertise
- Speech and language therapy
- A systematic scoping review on contextual factors associated with communicative participation among children with developmental language disorder
- Using co-design to develop a tool for shared goal-setting with parents in speech and language therapy
- Using co‐design to develop a tool for shared goal‐setting with parents in speech and language therapy