Love for literature via digital collaboration & creativity
Why and What is AMORES project
More than a fifth of children and young people (22%) rarely or never read in their own time and nearly a fifth (17%) would be embarrassed if their friends saw them reading. Many school students lack knowledge of national and European literature. Teachers find it hard to interest children in reading literature, but agree that the use of Information Communication Technologies could help raise the level of students’ interest. AMORES project will change this situation and improve literature teaching and learning across Europe based on Information Communication Technology by increasing students engagement with literature through the development and pilot testing in 5 european countries of an innovative methodology based on interactivity, collaboration and Open Education Resources.
Who we are
The AMORES project will be implemented through a european partnership comprising nine organisations from six european countries.
- CARNET from Croatia
- Silkeborg Municipality, School Department from Denmark
- Coventry University from UK
- Staffordshire University from UK
- 36.6 Competence Centre from Polland
- Primary School Horvati from Croatia
- Karlbergsskolan school from Sweden
- CYBERALL ACCESS from Greece
- Northumbria University from UK
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