Published: May 27, 2021

From virtual interviews, video and virtual presentations, panel discussions, the Department of Education (ED) Games Expo offers 35 free online events featuring more than 150 educational learning games and technologies, from June 1 to 5, 2021 for educators, students, parents/caregivers, developers, researchers and other stakeholders. Join over 100 research and educational teams showcased in the 2021 ED Games Expo.

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Learn more about the event blog here, and #EDGamesExpo

PI Donna Caccamise, co-PI Peter Foltz, and research staff John Weatherley, David Quigley, Rachel Lieber, Eileen Kintsch's Boulder Reading Intervention (eBRAVO) is a web-based, self-paced, personalized reading comprehension curriculum that teaches secondary students the problem-solving skills good readers use to learn from challenging texts, in this case in the Science discipline of Ecology. Reading strategies and exercises are guided by well-researched models of reading comprehension, helping students build deep, durable and reusable knowledge from text.  Supported by a Cognition and Student Learning grant from IES.

  • For more info on eBRAVO and to sign up for the program go to
    • eBRAVO is an online tutor that explicitly teaches reading strategies used by skilled readers to understand complex texts. Reading instruction occurs as students learn about a science topic that forms part of their secondary curriculum. 
    • It is designed for middle and high school students to use in the classroom or at home.

eBRAVO project is part of Donna's Science and Applications of Latent Semantic Analysis (SALSA) Lab housed at ICS.

Congratulations eBRAVO research team!