iRead Apps are taking shape... The past few months have been very busy for our technical partners who are responsible for building the iRead apps as well as the infrastructure which will support them. The pedagogical partners have also been working hard on the learning designs for the apps which set out how the various … Continue reading iRead Newsletter – Issue 2
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
Introducing Doukas School Doukas School, a K-12 educational institution with a 100 year history, offers to its 2000 student body one of the most innovative educational and athletic programs in Greece. Doukas School participates in several EU and National R&D Projects (e.g. Erasmus+, Lifelong Learning Programme, Horizon 2020) and has coordinated extensive European Networks (School … Continue reading iRead in Schools: Introducing Doukas School
Building communities of practitioners for digital learning Last month we attended a meeting organised in Luxemburg to introduce the European H2020 funded projects on digital learning. The goal of the day was to draw out synergies and define future priorities. We will focus on one of these priorities: building communities. Many of the attendees worked … Continue reading Building communities of practitioners for digital learning
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
We are looking for teachers and students from England, Germany, Greece, Spain and Sweden to contribute to the requirements and design phases of our project.