Independent Research

Study #1
90-Day study with PreK students using Letters alive

Supplemental Reading Program Evidence Based Research for Early Childhood Education

  • 48% increase in letter naming fluency.
    This was a 2x gain over non-users.
  • 112% increase in letter sound fluency.
    This was a 4x gain over non-users.

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Highlights from study

  • 48% increase in letter naming fluency
  • 112% increase in letter sound fluency
  • Classroom management problems decreased
  • Students’ attention span increased
  • Computer assisted voice negates effect of regional pronunciation (most benefits for ELL students)

Tamra Ogletree has a Ph.D. in Language and Literacy and a Certificate in
   Interdesciplinary Qualitative Research from the University of Georgia.

Study #2
Augmented Reality in Early Childhood

Supplemental Reading Program Evidence Based Research for Early Childhood Education

  • Reactions to use of AR
  • AR’s role in the learning process
  • Children’s experience with AR
  • AR’s affect on engagement and motivation

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