A EUROPEAN LANGUAGES PROJECT

Final conference on 19 May 2018:
ASSESSMENT WITH A MAGIC TOUCH - Motivation,
Progression and Language Learning in Primary Schools

News

THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN – Schools for piloting finalised

26. October 2016 by Anne Liedloff

We would like to thank all schools that signed up for our piloting of THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN! We were overwhelmed by the great number of schools which contacted us. We would like to inform you that we now have sufficient schools for the piloting. A mini version to get to know more about the game… »

Invitation to the conference “THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN at work” in January 2017 in Leipzig

21. October 2016 by Anne Liedloff

We have the pleasure of inviting you to our conference “THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN at Work” in Leipzig, Germany. The conference topics include assessment and teaching with e-learning tools. We will also present THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN computer game to the public for the first time.The project partners will present an analysis of the results from the… »

Gamification and assessment

19. October 2016 by Anne Liedloff

(Team of Advisor in the Education Office, Spanish Embassy for the UK and Northern Ireland) There is one element of the curriculum that we teachers are concerned and feel worried about. It is assessment above all, that is a big issue due to the fact that it does not only assess pupils’ knowledge, but their… »

THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN – Milestones achieved

15. September 2016 by acht Quark

Roma Schultz, Project Coordinator, Goethe-Institut London Hipp Hipp Hooray. We have to celebrate THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN’s first birthday this month – in September 2016. And it is not the only thing we have to toast. One year in the making of the project, the ten project partners have achieved all the milestones and more that… »

Teacher training and CPD – the factors that make UK teachers attend training

21. July 2016 by Anne Liedloff

Modern foreign language teachers, whether working in the primary or secondary phase, are some of the most passionate, enthusiastic and sharing of teachers there are. You only have to consider the number of teachers engaging in various MFLgroups, on Facebook and Twitter, to experience the flow of ideas, energy and interactions between professionals who want… »

Partners

Goethe-Institut
Uni Stra Perugia
Uni Reading
Uni Leipzig
Gobierno La Rioja Educacion
CEP Norte
ALL
Westminster

Associate Partner

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