DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF DIGITAL VS. PRINT TEXT ON READING COMPREHENSION AND BEHAVIORS IN STUDENTS WITH ADHD

Lara Campbell
This study was conducted using a qualitative single-case, embedded design in a 4th grade elementary classroom with five participants. One purpose of this inquiry was to evaluate the differential effects between digital and print text on reading comprehension of literary texts on students with ADHD. A second purpose of this study was to evaluate and determine the differential effects reading digitally and from print have on specific off and on-task reading behaviors with these same...
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