IRVINE, Calif., Dec. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Kadho, a company dedicated to teaching children up to seven years old various techniques to learn more than 4000 key sounds contained in 12 different languages via a revolutionary app platform, announced today that though it expected 35,000 users during its five-month trial study program, it actually attracted more than 150,000 users, according to Dhoman Pemba and Kaveh Azartash, the biomedical PhD scientists who invented the program.
The program, which features "Mochu," the lovable penguin, is part of Kadho's Neurofoundation™ Curriculum, which was developed at the University of California, Irvine's research laboratories. The platform offers interactive games, eBooks, songs, and other playful activities that prime the neural auditory system for language learning.
The trial study explored the ability of children to learn through five different levels of Kadho programs within the app platform. Kadho will release the findings of the 1,000 users in its current China studies by January 2016.
"After years of research, it is very exciting to know that we have discovered a way to prime the rapidly growing auditory neurosystem from infancy to seven years old with sounds from almost every language," said Azartash. He went on to explain, "A baby's brain is born with all the neurons it will need for the rest of its life. During the first few years, more than 700 new brain connections are formed every second."
Azartash and Pemba started their work based on 50 years of previous research to develop the one-of-a-kind app. To date, many prominent childhood educators, neuroscientists, linguists (mostly from Stanford, John Hopkins and MIT), and child psychologists from Montessori Schools, have endorsed the Kadho NeuroFoundation™ Curriculum model.
"We are currently writing a paper for one of the most peer-revered medical publications in our industry," Pemba explained. "This article will include a comprehensive breakdown of the trial study results. We are already extremely encouraged with the success of our initial findings and fully expect that our various products for early language learning will be very successful."
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