“The comparisons suggest that students whose classrooms had these components far outpaced the end-of-year reading ability of students who did not use Reading in Motion’s methods. Specifically, Reading in Motion students had a greater understanding of word segmentation, letter-sound correspondence and a greater ability to blend letters into words than students who did not have those components,”
Many studies have shown that low income and minority students are continuing to struggle in our public education system, and the program developed by Reading in Motion and researched by 3D Group appears to provide a path to success in reading. The high risk students who were evaluated in the study were predominately African American and low income, and in the year prior to the study the schools examined had a majority of students reading below grade level. The 3D Group study provides one more step forward for educational policy by demonstrating that arts-based reading programs that integrate research can provide significant gains for even the highest risk populations.
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