Gamification keeps students engaged
10. January 2018
Video games have become a big part of many children's daily lives. This means games can be brought into the classroom as a means of furthering education. This is according to Thorkild Hanghøj, Associate Professor at Aalborg University in Denmark,...
The love of reading and good habits – how mum and dad can motivate their child to read more
30. August 2017
It’s time for school to slowly start up again after a long summer filled with play and games. That can be a testing time for some. So in order to redirect the focus back to schoolwork we’ve collected five tips...
FrontRead to help students in Aarhus improve their reading
22. August 2017
More than a 50 percent increase in reading speed is what the students in Aarhus has to look forward to after the municipality decided to purchase FrontRead licenses for every municipal primary and lower secondary school in the city. (more…)
FrontRead helps the youth in Tønder preparing for the future
20. April 2017
Last year, the school Overbygningsskolen in Tønder was offered FrontRead, because Tønder Municipality purchased licenses for every school in the municipality. Tønder Municipality contacted Frontread and decided to try the app for a year after hearing about the program and...
Students went from a grade average of D to C
4. April 2017
At Langeskov Skole in Kerteminde they have achieved impressive results with FrontRead. “My students went from a grade average of D to an average of C after just 18 lessons using FrontRead,” Marlene Wædeled, a teacher at Langeskov Skole and...
Every 6th grade on Tilst Skole placed above the country average after taking the courses
9. March 2017
Tilst Skole in the municipality of Aarhus is one out of 500 Danish schools that have been using FrontRead with great success. Study counsellor Janne Møller Nielsen is happy to share her experiences of how the program works and what...