Doukas School pupils give their verdict on the iRead Game

By Yannis Kotsanis and Thomas Economou (Doukas School) Brighter, more Adventurous, more Fun, more Accessible and Played with our Hands! We started an impressive digital exploration to the mysterious “Navigo: Pyramids of the Lost Words” we walked on moving stones, we ran around to avoid traps, we drove aerial trains and boats via underground tunnels and … Continue reading Doukas School pupils give their verdict on the iRead Game

iRead Project presented at Universidad de San Jorge

By Roger Gilabert (University of Barcelona)  On Monday Nov 6th 2018 Roger Gilabert gave a talk at the Department of Communication and Social Sciences at Universidad de San Jorge in Zaragoza (Spain). The audience included researchers and computer engineering students working on computer games for the development of orthography in Spanish. The iRead system was presented and potential … Continue reading iRead Project presented at Universidad de San Jorge

iRead Newsletter – Issue 4

Spotlight on our partner collaborations This term we have focused on working closely with our partner schools to ensure our reader and game apps are both easy and fun to use. We have also been building collaborations with children's authors and publishers who have agreed to contribute some fantastic work to our reader digital library for use during … Continue reading iRead Newsletter – Issue 4

UCL run teacher workshops to design learning analytic tools

By Yvonne Vezzoli (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) During the past 4 months, Yvonne Vezzoli from CISRE Lab, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice has been working as part of the iRead team at UCL on a project on learning analytics in the context of the iRead game (Navigo). When children play with Navigo they generate … Continue reading UCL run teacher workshops to design learning analytic tools

iRead @ #PopUpDig – Conference on the Digitalisation of Schools

By Wolmet Barendregt (University of Gothenburg) This month iRead team members from the University of Gothenburg took part in #PopUpDig, which is a conference on the digitalisation of schools organised by researchers at three different departments at the University of Gothenburg: Department of Pedagogy and Communication, Department of pedagogical, curricular and professional studies and the … Continue reading iRead @ #PopUpDig – Conference on the Digitalisation of Schools

iRead game piloted with EFL students in Spain

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

iRead @ The International Science Festival Gothenburg – School Program

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

iRead Partners collaborate on Gamification Workshops for teachers

By Roger Gilabert Guerrero (University of Barcelona) Prof. Kay Berkling (DHBW) and her student Daria Seledtsova were recently hosted by Roger Gilabert Guerrero and his team at the University of Barcelona. During her visit she gave three workshops on gamification at the university and the Center for Pedagogic Resources in Valls (Tarragona). Attendees included primary and secondary school … Continue reading iRead Partners collaborate on Gamification Workshops for teachers