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|Author||Miles H.; Ari F.|
|Title||Implementing Personalized Reading Plans with an E-Book Library to Support First-Grade Students’ Reading Engagement and Comprehension|
Miles H.; Ari F. Implementing Personalized Reading Plans with an E-Book Library to Support First-Grade Students’ Reading Engagement and Comprehension,TechTrends 66 6
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85139549577&doi=10.1007%2fs11528-022-00791-0&partnerID=40&md5=c1f37dd5ff6f0a07d6a824dbffac7eaa
|Abstract||This action research aimed to evaluate the impact of personalized reading plans on first-grade students’ reading engagement and comprehension. Personalized reading plans were created for each student based on their interests and reading abilities within an e-book library. Qualitative and quantitative data were gathered from 10 first-grade students before and during the implementation of personalized reading plans. Overall, students showed an increase in reading engagement and spent less time engaging in off-task behaviors during the implementation of personalized reading plans. Additionally, system log data revealed an increase in the amount of time students spent reading e-books. However, there was a considerable decrease in the number of quizzes taken during the implementation, and students’ reading comprehension scores did not improve after implementing the personalized reading plans. © 2022, Association for Educational Communications & Technology.