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Gifted and Talented Students Demonstrate Improved Reading Achievement after Using Fast ForWord ProductsOct 8, 2010
A study at St. Mary Parish Public School System, LA, in 2009-2010 found that reading achievement increased for gifted and talented students who used Fast ForWord products.
In 2008, Scientific Learning introduced a major update to Fast ForWord Language – our award-winning flagship product. This update enabled students to make the same reading gain in half the time.
After 29 days of using the Fast ForWord products, students 6 to 8 years of age saw both improved auditory attention and improved early reading skills.
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The results of a study conducted by Elise Temple and her colleagues find that students with dyslexia have reduced cortical activity in the temporo-parietal and inferior frontal regions. The activation becomes more typical when students undergo intensive remediation with the Fast ForWord Language product and that the changes in cortical activation are correlated with improvements in early reading skills.
A study conducted in Western Australia using a randomized controlled trial design showed that students who used the Fast ForWord products made significantly greater language and literacy gains than students who did not use the Fast ForWord products.