THE LANGUAGE MAGICIAN, an Erasmus+ project, led by the Goethe-Institut London, has been awarded the Erasmus+ Quality Seal in the schools sector and also been marked as a good practice project on the Erasmus+ project results platform. This aims to enable other Erasmus+ applicants to gain useful ideas on how to create an efficient, meaningful, and lasting Erasmus+ project in the schools sector.
The LANGUAGE MAGICIAN project involved a collaboration of strategic partners from the UK, Spain, Italy and Germany, including the University of Westminster and saw the development of an online and highly- motivating game for primary school children, the ‘LANGUAGE MAGICIAN’, which measures their progress in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Children take on the persona of a magician, with a series of language-based tasks to solve, in order to free the animals that have been captured by the evil wizard, Winivil. At the same time, the game is a convenient tool for teachers, as it allows them to capture data about their pupils’ progress immediately. To read more about the LANGUAGE MAGICIAN project click here.
If you are keen to learn more about the project and missed the LANGUAGE MAGICIAN conference in May 2018, why not join us for our tutorial workshop on Wednesday 6 February, from 4:30pm – 6:30pm, at the University of Westminster. Click here for more information.