EETN Insights - Oddgeir Tveiten
Nordic EdTech is one of the most advanced in Europe, but what is unique about Norwegian higher education sector in this context and what is the role of media in innovative education? Few words from a professor of Adger University about Norwegian tech strategy in higher education.
EETN Insights - Danny Gauch
Danny Gauch, Director-General of the Worlddidac Association, explains how a shift in the association's purpose has led to enhanced interaction by networking and bringing governments, teachers and EdTech providers together to put forward the demands of education.
EETN Insights - Hanna Elving
Swedish Edtest is a national testbed for EdTech in Sweden, generating educational value for teachers and companies alike. Hanna Elving, Head Project Manager for Swedish Edtest, talks about lessons learnt and the importance of this kind of projects for the entire community.
EETN Insights - Jukka Miettunen
Technology, particularly computers, were already introduced to Finish schools in the 1990s. At first, it was challenging to adapt to the new technologies - says the Headmaster of Oulu Yli-li Comprehensive school. Today, Oulu Yli-li offers continuous training programs and professional development for teachers, to understand how to integrate technology and pedagogy in the classroom.
EETN Insights - Jannie Jeppesen
Jannie Jeppesen the CEO of the Swedish EdTech Industry explains Sweden’s current stance in terms of digitization of the education systems. She provides insights about Sweden’s National Digital Strategy that began in 2018 and highlights how the strategy has helped provide equal opportunities within the Swedish education system.
EETN Insights - Jenny Zapf
Jenny Zapf is the Director of the Education Entrepreneurship Masters program at the University of Pennsylvania in the graduate school of Education. She highlights the importance of innovative and long-term, sustainable ideas that have impact.
EETN Insights - Nick van Dam
Nick van Dam, a member of the IE Board, a Chief Learning Officer and the Chief of the Centre for Corporate Learning and Innovation, discusses the timely topic of innovation, new digital learning pedagogies and educational technologies that are readily being implemented at IE University.
EETN Insights - Simon Nelson
In 2012, FutureLearn marked the UK’s official entry into the world of MOOCs, with support from the British Open University. Their aim up until today is to work with Universities and employers, to bridge gaps in the supply of- and the demand for high-quality education all over the world.