Kids love rap music, and this year Readorium is proudly featuring new groundbreaking Strategy Raps. View the video below (or click the “Continue Reading” link to see it), and you’ll learn a reading strategy while you dance, hum, and snap your fingers to some catchy music! Continue reading »
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Readorium is currently being revamped to make the program more effective with an eye towards increasing motivation and engagement. The feedback from students and teachers who participated in the spring 2012 field test was crucial in the redesign of Readorium. Continue reading »
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Results from Readorium’s spring 2012 field test demonstrate that the Readorium approach to nonfiction reading appears to have an impact on improving comprehension for middle school students. Approximately 200 students in 7 diverse school districts (in NJ and Connecticut) participated in the six-week Readorium field test in the spring of 2012.
Mtelegence Corporation has been awarded a Phase II SBIR contract from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences (IES) to develop Readorium, a web-based software solution to help middle school students comprehend non-fiction text in the area of science.
The testing phase of the Readorium prototype is now closed. We have completed a six-week-long classroom trial of the software in four New Jersey public middle schools. These schools were: (1) Leonia Middle School, (2) Hackensack Five-Six School, (3) Teaneck Middle School, and (4) Hillside Intermediate School of the Bridgewater-Raritan School District.
Mtelegence Corporation announced today that it received a Phase I SBIR grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Educational Sciences (IES). The grant supports the development of Readorium, a web-based software solution to help middle school students comprehend non-fiction text in the area of science.
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