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Asia Pacific Journal of Education Vol. 34, No. 1 (2014) pp. 36–48
This paper explores the challenges of conducting systematic research, using our experiences of conducting a study to evaluate the effectiveness of ABRACADABRA, an online tool for early childhood literacy instruction as the contextual framework. By...
Examining the Impact of ABRACADABRA on Early Literacy in Northern Australia: An Implementation Fidelity Analysis
Journal of Educational Research Vol. 107, No. 4 (2014) pp. 299–311
To address students' poor literacy outcomes, an intervention using a computer-based literacy tool, ABRACADABRA, was implemented in 6 Northern Australia primary schools. A pretest, posttest parallel group, single blind multisite randomized...
Attendance, Performance and the Acquisition of Early Literacy Skills: A Comparison of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous School Children
John Ehrich; Jennifer R. Wolgemuth; Janet Helmer; Georges Oteng; Tess Lea; Claire Bartlett; Heather Smith; Sue Emmett
Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties Vol. 15, No. 2 (November 2010) pp. 131–149
As part of an evaluation of a web-based early literacy intervention, ABRACADABRA, a small exploratory study was conducted over one term in three primary schools in the Northern Territory. Of particular concern was the relationship between attendance ...
ABRACADABRA aids Indigenous and non-Indigenous early literacy in Australia: Evidence from a multisite randomized controlled trial
Jennifer R. Wolgemuth; Robert Savage; Janet Helmer; Helen Harper; Tess Lea; Phillip C. Abrami; Adrienne Kirby; Kalotina Chalkiti; Peter Morris; Jonathan Carapetis; William Louden
Computers & Education Vol. 67, No. 1 (September 2013) pp. 250–264
In many western countries, identifiable populations of children read below age-expectations, and the need for effective interventions remains pressing. Indigenous populations across the globe tend to have reading outcomes lower than comparative...