Learning center results
CAPD: Central Auditory Processing Disorder
On average, students with Central Auditory Processing Disorder who received Seeing Stars instruction achieved significant improvements in reading. They made large (significant) standard score changes on all measures. The 29-point percentile increase in word attack put these students well within the normal range (25th–75th percentile). Additionally, students’ large increase in average standard scores on the word recognition and word attack measures indicate a significant gain in sight word reading and paragraph reading. Their pre- to posttest results were statistically significant on all measures.
Students With Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) Who Received Decoding Instruction
Number of Students: 240
Average Age: 10
Average Hours of Instruction: 109
Lindamood-Bell Instruction Implemented: Seeing Stars