The 3rd Newsletter of the eMysteries project aims to provide an overview of the Interactive Environment and how it can promote close reading and writing skills of upper secondary students. Also, you will find more information on the progress achieved so far by the project partners and the next steps. The Newsletter is available in all partner languages.
The 3rd meeting of the eMysteries project was successfully held online on the 8th of October, 2020.
After finalizing the Teacher's Toolbox, partners are excited to be working on the mobile-device-interactive environment for developing detective stories which will be available at the beginning of 2021.
The 2nd meeting of the eMysteries project was successfully held online on May 14th, 2020.
The emphasis was placed on the finalization of the first Output the Teacher’s Toolbox which will form the basis for the design and development of the mobile-device-supported interactive environment.
The 2nd Newsletter of the eMysteries project aims to provide an overview of the Teacher's Toolbox on Close Reading Mystery Detective Stories and how it can support the teaching process. The Newsletter is translated in German, Spanish, Greek and Portuguese.
The first Newsletter of the eMysteries project aims to provide information about the progress achieved so far by project partners and the next steps. The Newsletter is available in all partner languages.
eMysteries project partners were excited to hold their first project meeting in Madrid, at JAITEK’s premises, on the 14th-15th of November 2019. During the meeting there was a thorough discussion about the next steps of the project and how each partner could use their expertise to better benefit the outcomes of the project.
The eMysteries project aims to develop the capacity of upper secondary school teachers working with students (15-18 year-olds) in using digital tools for addressing literacy goals.