Welcome to the CA.R.I.N.G. project’s website!
C.A.R.I.N.G. stands for Computer-Aided and Reading Intervention Using Neuroimaging of Growth
- The project utilizes cutting edge research that will provide us with a better understanding about which areas of the brain are involved in successful reading development
- This dynamic tracking study will yield the first data on how evidence-based training modulates brain organization for learning to support reading gains and why it fails to do so for some children
- Findings from this project will help educators, policy makers, and clinicians understand the brain-based mechanisms involved in successful reading and develop intervention strategies to optimize instruction for children
C.A.R.I.N.G. Project: Improving instruction for struggling readers
The project will involve both successful and struggling readers. Comparison of successful and struggling readers will provide critical insights into factors associated with response to instruction
Some of the struggling readers will be invited to participate in:
- Small-group reading support with a research based reading program, EmpowerTM, led by an experienced tutor for approximately 80 hours at students schools
- Children participate in neuroimaging at the Brain Imaging Research Center at UConn and Haskins Laboratories , an affiliate of Yale University and University of Connecticut, to see how their brains change after intervention
We are currently recruiting!
We are currently recruiting 2nd and 3rd graders who need extra support with reading. Small group reading intervention will be delivered daily by one of our experienced instructors. If you are interested, please feel free to fill out this survey and one of our team members will reach out to you with more information!
Contact Project C.A.R.I.N.G.
|Address:||Neag School of Education|
Department of Educational Psychology
249 Glenbrook Rd. Unit 3064
Storrs, CT 06269