Intensive Study Programme in London - live it again! So we travelled, we met, we experienced, we learnt and taught... see what happened during our first Intensive Study Programme in London.
15 Nov 2019

ISP is a short programme of study which brings together students and teaching staff from our partner institutions, as well as other relevant invited experts, specialists and professionals from the EdTech sector. 

The first EETN Intensive Study Programme was organised by the University College London and their EDUCATE programme - thank you again for hosting us! 

During this five-day training event, we had an extraordinary opportunity to learn more about the UK EdTech scene and get insights from other relevant experst in the field, who came to London to work with us not only from our partner countries - Finland, Belgium and Spain, but travelled from France, Switzerland, Israel, Canada and the USA. 

The main goals of this ISP were to:

* Develop the EETN’s vision for how it creates and communicates its knowledge base

* Create opportunities to meet and work with entrepreneurs, researchers, teachers, students and experts from an international community

* Build our wider knowledge of the London EdTech ecosystem

* Support EU collaboration, cooperation and knowledge exchange

* Build our EETN community

And we met them while working with top experts from such institutions as JISK - the UK higher, further education and skills sectors’
not-for-profit organisation for digital services and solutions or the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) - a not-for-profit trade association covering the entirety of the UK educational suppliers sector. We spent some time rethinking EdTech with Tmrw Institute and participated in discussions and lectures between represenatitives from Imperial College Business School, Appscho, LearnSpace, Learnit, MindCET or Digital Promise Global.

We are very honoured to be able to work with top representatives of all these institutions. Teaching, learning, connecting and exchanging ideas, we had an amazing opportunity to think through our own EdTech projects, share what we know and reflect it from other minds, from all over the world. 

Thank you again UCL and EDUCATE. Next time we meet in Oulu - really looking forward to it!

Working together, we can build something greater, than we could have possibly dreamed of indivudually