25 September 2022 – In the Digital Accelerator program, the leaders of the six Estonian participating schools gathered this week for the first experience exchange virtual seminar. The focus of the first training day was change management within the school. Kristi Mumm, head of studies… Read More »Digital Accelerator program with the leaders of the six Estonian schools
8 September 2022 – Disseminating mentoring guidelines in the Finnish Interactive technology in Education conference network There is a popular and nationally well-known conference every year in Finland about the themes of digital education and learning. In 2022 the Interactive Technology in Education conference is… Read More »Mentoring guidelines in Education conference network
30 July 2022 – BSU staff involved in the iHub4Schools project submitted an application and abstract to the 48th International Conference on Improving University Teaching called “From Research to Practice”. The conference was held on 27-29 July 2022. The article “Strengthening Inter-School Connections through Research” presented… Read More »Participation in hybrid annual conference “From Research to Practice”
4 February 2022 – The meeting with school principles of Adjara region was held on 3rd February 2022 within the project “iHub4Schools – Accelerating Digital Innovation in Schools through Regional Innovation Hubs and a Whole-School Mentoring Model“ financed by Horizon 2020 EU Research and Innovation program.… Read More »Meeting with Principals of the Georgian Public Schools
21 December 2021 – 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:… Read More »Introducing the School mentoring model for future digital tutors and change agents
26 November 2021 – 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,… Read More »Covid-19 as a catalyst for educational change?
19 October 2021 – 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… Read More »Teachers’ evidence-informed teaching practices
19 October 2021 – 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… Read More »Co-creation of educational innovation in school-university-industry partnerships