In September 2012, the Global Affairs Division of IRA published a new volume on Action Research: a-practical-guide-to-action-research-for-literacy-
Renate valtin asked us to help.
Dear IDEC-members, dear friends and colleagues. In the meantime you all have received the Report of the High Level Group of Experts, established by the EU-commission, were Greg and Renate were members. Here is again the link to this document. http://ec.europa.eu/education/literacy/index_en.htm You will notice that in the report there are some projects and best-practice-examples of different nations. In the document three broad categories are differentiated: (1) creating a literate environment, (2) quality of education and (3) participation and inclusion. Each of these categories has only a limited number of practical examples and could be enriched by more examples.
Because of the scope of the report only a few examples have been included. I think it is a good idea to collect and document more projects and positive examples. In agreement with Meeli and people from the European Commission in Brussels I would like to ask you to help me in enriching this report by sending me descriptions of projects carried out in your country. This information should comprise: … Continue reading
ScoopIt is a tool to share knowledge. It looks great and it’s easy to share new information.
For FELA and IDEC it’s a new way to collaborate. I started a ScoopIt for FELA / IDEC.
Go to the FELA / IDEC ScoopIt and suggest interesting information to add. It’s easy to use.
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We are happy to inform that Lithuanian Association for Reading and Cultural Literacy is affiliated to IRA. Congratulations and best wishes to the association and thanks to all who were involved into the process.
Rūta Elijošaitytė and Rūta Kačkutė where the main engines. Global Affairs and Pehr Olof Rönnholm provided instrumental guidance. Special thanks to Amy Kuchner for constant and efficient support.
We are looking for a success of Lithuanian Association for Reading and Cultural Literacy in IRA and IDEC family.
We are looking for more groups in European countries following Lithuanian example in establishing and affiliation process.
Welcome to the 18th European Conference on Reading!
In Jönköping, Sweden, August 6-9, 2013
The Conference 2013 is held at the University of Jönköping. The university is located in the city centre with a walking distance to the rail station and the city centre.
The conference is arranged by SCIRA (Swedish Council of International Reading Association), in cooperation with School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, IDEC (International Reading Association’s International Development in Europe Committee) and FELA (Federation of European Literacy Associations)
Venue: School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University
Registration fee before 15 May 2013 1350 SEK (160 €), after 15 May 2013 1550 SEK (180 €)
Accompanying person: 650 SEK (82 … Continue reading
The deadline for IRA Award for Innovative Reading Promotion in Europe (European Award) is extended until October 1st.
Send in your proposals.
New Guidelines for the IDEC Award 2012 available on this page
A great way to share, to collaborate and to produce new knowledge together is to curate information in e.g. a Scoop.It!
I made two Scoop.It! s, interesting for IDEC and FELA members and followers.
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58th Annual IRA Convention in San Antonio: April 19-22, 2013
Learn more at www.iraconvention.org
We just made the minutes of the IDEC wintermeeting 2012 available for you.
Go to the Vienna IDEC Meeting page and there it is.
Thank you for your interest in IDEC