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We had a load of great suggestions which I’ll upload to the website in the next couple of days, however the current suggestion is the logo here. It’s still a work in progress, but this is the direction we are headed in!
Exploring activities and creating strategies to promote reading and stimulate learning.
Exploiting the printed page with screen and paper.
Group leaders: Lilo Bohnsack, John Lemon
Group members: Beate Albert, Denise Arrandale, Yvonne Linke, Leonie Pohl, Steffen Schmidt read more
Group leaders: Christine Garbe, Sanja Wagner
Group members: (to follow)
Group leaders: Otfried Börner, Birgitta Berger
Group members: Angela B, Diana D, Gabi L, Sascha M
Here’s the group’s Prezi presentation:
Group leaders: Alan Pulverness, Susanne Quandt
Group members: Thomas, Doris, Natalie, Carla, Susanne
Alan started the day with the question, “if you had to flee, what would you take with you?”
David’s website (full of information, links and materials)
David’s email address: firstname.lastname@example.org read more
Here are the documents from Kees’ “BAG Markt” stand:
“European Projects for Fostering Reading (Literacy) of Struggling Students”
(The European Literacy Policy Network ELINET et al.)
Here is a written version of Otfried’s presentation, complete with a comprehensive bibliography and a selection of quotations about reading:
Alan first got the group to think about the rights of readers. A poster with Quentin Blake illustrations is available here:
Rights of readers