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As generations progress, there is waning interest in maintaining native culture and language.
Participants of different age groups needed to be engaged in a way that allowed them to build habits without requiring significant time or effort.
Working with the Seminole Nation's Chief, we partnered with the Oklahoma tribe's language and heritage directors to provide a rewards-based language and culture retention program via Ringorang.
- Two weeks of engagement @ 6 days/week, 4-5 Qs/day to test the format
- Participants self-selected into one of two optional levels of difficulty
- Relevant and fun content
- Loss of recall among adults was reduced by ~50%
- 110% information retention score (100% retention + 10% increase)
- Each participant engaged on avg. 34x/2 wks
- Over 83% of the participants stated they enjoyed it and wanted to continue
- Indian Nation assisted in submitting for multiple Federal and private grants to expand the program
Helping facilitate cultural preservation is part of KaaS' mission of nonprofit work, and we love partnering with organizations to provide these measurable outcomes.
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