Encouraging teachers to use STEAM tools

In order to encourage teachers to use more different STEAM tools in their practice, researchers from Tallinn University produced a selection of teaching materials for students of teacher training. The materials help to teach environmental topics like soil, ocean, biodiversity, water and climate by using robotics, VR etc.  According to the recent Digital Compass 2019 […]

Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps to offer new learning opportunities

The new period of the Erasmus+ programme, one of the EU’s most successful and most popular programme, will begin in 2021. Its doubled budget will offer new opportunities for education, youth and sports projects as well as learning mobility. The European Solidarity Corps programme will offer opportunities for volunteering in the field of humanitarian aid. […]

University of Tartu is one of the best in emerging Europe and Central Asia

In the newly published ranking list of universities from emerging Europe and Central Asia, the University of Tartu has reached second place. This is also the highest among Estonian universities. The ranking list has been compiled by the international consultation firm Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). QS has been ranking the best universities from emerging Europe and […]

Tallinn University opened the research lab for learning and teaching

Tallinn University now has a technology-supported learning and teaching research laboratory, EDUSPACE. At the official opening event on the 25th of September, the lab team introduced to research and application projects in the field of educational innovation, which is aimed at different levels of education. The EDUSPACE research laboratory is aimed primarily at researchers, lecturers, […]