Lena Ryman Wildén is a teacher in Second Language, and works with Swedish för Immigrants in Norrköping.
She introduced iPads as a new way to improve her students’ Swedish skills, and discovered there was a lack of apps that focused on adults. To fill this void, she created the app Alfavux (in swedish) in cooperation with the Swedish National Agency for Education.
Ryman Wildéns lecture is about the process of developing an app designed for language training for older students with a mother tongue other than Swedish.
Digital environments for all – about the work with an app for older students with a mother tongue other than Swedish
Wednesday 11 June, 11:30-12:15 (PUBLIC LECTURE)