iCanRead targets reading improvement among children who need targeted reading support to motivate them to engage with reading. We have worked closely with a number of schools to measure children’s progress while using iCanRead.
Below are four pupil categories and the impact iCanRead had on each one.
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Coming Soon — G&T and EAL Case Studies
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"My daughter in year 3 is crazy for anything iPad. The fab iCanRead app has really renewed her enthusiasm for reading aloud at bedtime. She thinks the reading log stickers are funny and cool and gaining these and the medals is giving her a real sense of progression and achievement. Highly recommended!"− Catherine Gruenberg, Guildford-based parent
"iCanLearn offers simple and cost-effective ways for schools to engage parents in their child’s learning; what’s not to like?"− Allyson Ingall, Educational Consultant, London, United Kingdom
"iCanRead is a brilliant idea! My son loves his iPad and this App will change his whole perspective on reading!"− Natalie Roswell, London, United Kingdom
"I love the different sections of the iCanRead app– it makes it really clear for me. The book review part allows me to tell all my friends how good my book is."− Scarlett - Age 11
"The stickers in iCanRead are cool and I am trying to collect them all."− Joshua - Age 11
"I like that I can make my teacher proud!"− Georgie - Age 10
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