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Cinglevue collaborates with St Stephens School as part of research study

Cinglevue would like to recognise and thank St Stephens School for their participation in support of our primary research exploration of accessible ways of measuring executive function in classroom settings using our eFun app.

The eFun team – Valeska Berg (PhD candidate), Dominic Manley and Eric Cox recently visited St Stephens School, testing the application of eFun and Valeska will be using the de-identified data collected to establish findings for her PhD and for further enhancement of the eFun app.

We wish to thank all the students, teachers and other staff involved for their time and help in coordinating and making this study a huge success – in particular, Isabelle Pilote (Deputy Head of Primary) and Jenny Mallis (Digital Learning Specialist).

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