May 5, 2016

Nashville School Uses Augmented Reality

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J.E. Moss Elementary School, a Title I school in Nashville, TN, has adopted an augmented reality program to help improve reading skills in one of its kindergarten classes.

Letters alive, a supplemental reading software kit from Alive Studios, has aided teacher Greg Smedley-Warren and boosted his kindergarten class’ literacy scores above all the other kindergarten classrooms in his school, according to a prepared statement. His class includes several ELL and “at risk” students.

“When I first saw Letters Alive I was in awe of the 3D technology and I knew I had to have it,” Smedley-Warren said in the statement. “If I was excited about it, I knew my students would love it.”

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