By Roger Gilabert Guerrero (University of Barcelona) In late May and early June, children and teachers in the six schools involved in iRead from the Barcelona and Tarragona areas tested the games in English. The reception from the schools was very positive and both teachers and children were delighted with learning the language through such attractive … Continue reading iRead game piloted with EFL students in Spain
By Wolmet Barendregt (University of Gothenburg) iRead team members from the University of Gothenburg recently took part in the International Science Festival Gothenburg. The festival is one of Europe’s leading popular science events. With hundreds of activities and about 70,000 it is the only one of its kind in Sweden (for more information about the … Continue reading iRead @ The International Science Festival Gothenburg – School Program
ABOUT THE BRITISH COUNCIL The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We create friendly knowledge and understanding between the people of the UK and other countries. We do this by making a positive contribution to the UK and the countries we work with – changing lives by creating … Continue reading iRead and EFL: Introducing British Council
We are fortunate to have a wide range of expertise and experience on the iRead project team. In a series of blog posts we will introduce each of our partners and find out what motivated them to get involved in the iRead project. Next up is the UCL Centre for Applied Linguistics (introduced by Dr … Continue reading iRead and EFL: Introducing UCL Centre for Applied Linguistics
We are fortunate to have a wide range of expertise and experience on the iRead project team. In a series of blog posts we will introduce each of our partners and find out what motivated them to get involved in the iRead project. Next up is the University of Barcelona (introduced by principal investigator Roger … Continue reading iRead and EFL: Introducing University of Barcelona
Project members Wolmet Barendregt, Ylva Hård af Segerstad and Leona Bunting from the University of Gothenburg will be presenting the iRead Project at a conference on school digitisation for school leaders and teachers on 19th June 2017 in Gothenburg. Presentation slides will be made available on the iRead website. For more information see: http://ipkl.gu.se/samverkan/skolans-digitalisering
Professor Kay Berkling from the DHBW team is organising a workshop on Language Teaching, Learning and Technology on 26-30 August 2017.