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As I promised I will make your own association page private on the IDEC website. This means that only one representative from the country / Association can add and edit. You cannot change the information on other pages any more.
I would like to know who will be the editor of your association page. I made a list with associations and editors. You can find this list on IDEC spreadsheet Roles
Request: Check the list, and:
- Place a + sign ( PLUS) or an OK in the column at the right to tell me this is OK. He/She will be the editor
- Put a new name in the right column if you want to change the editor or add one ( from some countries I don’t know who to put there)
Thanks Jeroen C
Started a new Forum on the Conference and FELA / IDEC meetings in Iceland, next June.
Please use this Forum to discuss things beforehand.
As a result of the meeting with princess Laurentien on Saturday 21st in Vienna, I have been invited to the New Years Meeting for partners and friends of the Stichting Lezen en Schrijven
And, even more important, I have made an appointment to discuss the ways RAIN and the Stichting could collaborate and so improve literacy.
As a comment to the excellent talk of Gunther Kress this afternoon, I will draw your attention to a new study at the university of Stavanger:
Literacy studies – master
Is the book an endangered species? Are sms-messages destroying the English language? What were medieval books like? How do children learn to read and write? Who was Shakespeare and does it matter? What does reading do to our minds? http://www.uis.no/studietilbud/spraak_og_litteratur/master/literacy_studies/
And another study at the National centre for reading educaton and reserearch (Lesesenteret): Digital reading
How can one teach students who hide behind their PCs and switch between Word, Facebook, Wikipedia and Twitter? An ordinary day for teachers has been completely transformed during the last five to ten years. Reading research at the University of Stavanger has examined the complete transformation of the classroom which has taken place over the last 5-10 years. http://lesesenteret.uis.no/frontpage/news/article26458-3357.html
IDEC just had a wonderful workshop on using technology to improve the ways we can share information en collaborate online.
More details later.
Just added a Forum to the IDEC website ( see right and bottum).
First topic is Comments on the new website. We’ll add new topics soon.
Please use the forum to discuss IDEC matters.
Welcome to the new IDEC-website, version 2012 !
On this site you can find general information concerning the activities of the International Development in Europe Committee (IDEC) of the International Reading Association.
Since 1979 the IDEC has brought together representatives of the national reading associations in Europe. These National Associations have become or are in the process of becoming affiliated to the International Reading Association. At this moment we have over 30 members in IDEC.
The new site is much more interactive. We have changed the website from a Joomla 1.0 website into a WordPress 2.0 website.
You will find pages with general information, but also running posts, which will keep you up to date on news from IDEC. We have a Forum we can use to discuss things and you can add your comments to most of the pages and posts. Please be active and tell us what you like and what you would like us to add or change.
This website is under construction and shall be evaluated on the IDEC meeting … Continue reading
Invites you to the 16th Nordic Reading Conference 13–14 June 2012 in Reykjavik
”Motivation, creativity, more reading”
15 January 2012 Deadline for submitting abstracts
28 February 2012 Notification to presenters Please register by 30 March to be included in the programme
30 April 2012 Conference fee 75 €
1 May 2012 Conference fee 90 €
Gestamóttakan Bank: The National Bank of Iceland Austurstræti 11, 101 Reykjavik IBAN: IS27 0101 38 711442 4212993079 SWIFT: NBIIISRE
Abstract and professional: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration and information: email@example.com
Registration form: www.yourhost.is/lestu2012
• How to motivate ?
• Boys and girls, different needs?
• Our roles, parents and school
• Via creativity to increased reading?
• Language comprehension
• Writing and reading
• Reading and writing difficulties
• Free papers
Scandinavian languages and English. The abstract should be in the language of the presentation.
Paper presentations 30 minutes
Two plenaries and … Continue reading
SCIRA invites you to the 18th European Conference on Reading
in Jönköping, Sweden, 6-9 August 2013
More information on the website
The conference is arranged by the 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)
The conference venue is School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University in Jönköping, Sweden.
The main conference language is English. It is possible to present in any other european language. There will be a Scandinavian language strand.
This website will shortly be updated with more information on the conference, such as subthemes, call for papers, registration and so forth.