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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...
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...
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...
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 ...