Are you a primary school teacher? Are you interested in contributing to a European large project for children’s literacy development?
iRead is a European project led by UCL Knowledge Lab that is developing personalised learning technologies for reading skills for primary school children. It is designed for pupils who are learning to read as well as learning English as a second language and children with dyslexia. The software involves both a personalised reading system and an educational game (Navigo) for reading skill development.

When children play with Navigo, they generate data that can be visualised and used by teachers to understand the performance and progress of their pupils, and plan future pedagogies accordingly. We would like to involve you in two workshops that will help us understand how to design useful and effective data visualisations that can support your teaching activities.

This is a great opportunity to get a preview of the innovative education technologies that are being part of the iRead project, and try out our exciting game for yourself as well as to inform future development before it is launched into classrooms across Europe early next year.

Participation will involve:

- Attending two 1.5 hour workshops at the UCL Knowledge Lab run by Dr. Yvonne Vezzoli (qtnvyve@ucl.ac.uk) and Dr. Manolis Mavrikis (m.mavrikis@ucl.ac.uk).

- You do not need to have technical expertise. We will ask you to share your pedagogical experience in primary school with us.

- To sign up for the workshops, please complete the form below.

Thanks in anticipation,

The iRead team (www.iread-project.eu)

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