In Finland, the government has funded a project for building a nationwide network of teachers and tutors specialized in advancing the use of digital technology in teaching and learning in primary and secondary schools (the introduction of DigiErko network in Finnish: https://digierko.fi/esittely/). In the project,… Read More »Introducing the School mentoring model for future digital tutors and change agents
The webinar “Covid-19 as a catalyst for educational change?” was held on 25th November, and was attended by more than 50 participants, from Estonia, Finland, Norway, UK, Georgia and other EU countries. This event aimed to bring together different stakeholders (researchers, policy partners, school leaders… Read More »Covid-19 as a catalyst for educational change?
In collaboration with the Illumine project (Erasmus+ project), 12 Estonian teachers are co-creating evidence-informed teaching practices in language learning. Following the iHub4School method – Teacher Innovation Laboratory – teachers are encouraged to co-create practices that could foster the understanding of the science of learning theory… Read More »Teachers’ evidence-informed teaching practices
Tallinn University in collaboration with HarNo and StartUp Estonia run a program for co-creating educational innovation in partnership of school teachers, educational technology StartUps and universities. 6 teams consisting of 2 teachers, industry and university mentor co-created over 6 months educational technology innovations, piloted them… Read More »Co-creation of educational innovation in school-university-industry partnerships
On 22th of September, iHub4Schools and SEIS (Twinning project) had a joint seminar about school-industry-university partnership models. Challenge that schools have to deal with, is the rapid development of emerging novel technologies by the educational technology industry. In most of the cases, there is a… Read More »Engaging multi-stakeholder networks: School-industry-university partnership
Tallinn University, in collaboration with HarNo launched in spring 2021 a program for the educational technology industry sector and school teachers to jointly co-create educational technology innovation. Twelve teachers from different Estonian schools and representatives of six educational technology start-ups are co-creating new EdTech solutions for schools.… Read More »Co-Creation Program in Tallinn
As part of the event of ‘25 years of educational technology in Estonia’ researchers (TLU), teachers, policymakers (HarNo) and industry partners (NetGrupp OÜ) discussed together the role of technology in teaching and learning and future trends. Questions like what fundamentals technology has brought to education,… Read More »The role of technology in teaching and learning in 2021