At Frederick University in Nicosia on March 11
With a physical presence after three years of online events, this year's 18th Children's Literature Day, which has been continuously co-organized for the last 10 years by the RivergateBookstore and the University Frederick. The aim of the Conferences, which are aimed at Pre-Primary and Primary Education teachers, is the creative use of literary books in the classroom.
The theme of this year's Conference, which will take place on Saturday March 11 at Frederick University in Nicosia, is “Children's emotions through children's books, their reading and decoding”. The Conference includes workshops with a theoretical and experiential part, which will be held by the distinguished and distinguished authors of children's literature Vangelis Iliopoulos, Anna Kouppanou, Alcisti Halikia, Marivita Grammatikaki and Konstantina Armeniakou.The participants will have the opportunity to be trained in the use of words and language in order to communicate and decode emotions.
The Conference will be welcomed by mrs. Natassa Frederikou, President of the Frederick University Council, Mrs. Aigli Toumba, Director of the Rivergate Bookstore >, the President of P.O.E.D., Mrs. Myria Vassiliou, the President of the Greek section of IBBY, Greek Children's Book Circle, Dr. Vasiliki Nika, and Dr. Chrysanthi Katzi, President of the Department of Educational Sciences of the Frederick University .
Before the workshops, the authors Vangelis Iliopoulos and Vassiliki Nikas will present the proposal of the Greek Department of IBBY – Circle of the Greek Children's Book to create a message and poster for World Children's Book Day 2023as approved by IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People – International Organization for Youth). The sentence is entitled “I am a book. Read Me”.
The 18th Children's Literature Day is co-organized by the Department of Educational Sciences of Frederick University and the Rivergate Bookstore in collaboration with P.O.E.D. and the Greek Department of IBBY.
Teachers who wish to participate in the Conference should register their participation, as well as their preference for one of the workshops, through the online platform: https://events.rivergate.cy/18-paidiki, by March 9, 2021.Upon arrival at Frederick University, participants will receive the Conference folder with relevant documents, the book of the author whose workshop they will attend, the required materials for the workshop and a certificate of attendance. The participation fee is: €20 (includes the book, materials, certificate).
You can see the Conference program here and the description of the workshops here. For more information: https://events.rivergate .cy/18-paidiki and tel. 22572722.
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About the University Frederick:< /p>
Frederick University has been operating since 2007 as an internationally recognized Institution of Higher Education, committed to academic excellence.
The five Faculties of the University offer more than 80 degree programs at bachelor's, master's and doctoral level, in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Letters and Arts. Its mission is to provide quality education through an environment that promotes knowledge and contributes to the academic and personal development of students, commitment to research, innovation and the production of new knowledge and contribution to society as a whole to achieve change that our world needs.
Frederick University is the only academic institution in Cyprus with a license to operate in Nicosia and Limassol. In 2022 it was ranked 139th among 1103 European universities and 194th internationally, among a total of 2068 Universities evaluated in the general ranking of the U-Multirank global university rating system, supported by the European Commission. In the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022, Frederick University was ranked 101-200 globally in all four categories that factored into its final ranking (Quality Education, Affordable and Clean Energy, Fewer Inequalities, Collaboration for the Goals). As a result of this ranking, Frederick University is one of two Universities in Cyprus and Greece (out of a total of fifteen participating Universities) that was ranked in the top 301-400 Universities worldwide in this ranking.