Tallinn University offers consultations and seminars about active study methods to use in Smart Classrooms and Open Learning Spaces at schools and in nonformal educational settings. For more information please contact Viktoria Humal, Partnership Relations Manager School of Educational Sciences, Tallinn University
Consultation, training and study tours on: how to design contemporary learning spaces and smart classrooms (concept overview); how to organize public architectural competitions; drawing up a spatial analysis, adjusting the room programme and formulating the brief.
Subject experts in Core subjects and Life Skills Subjects – English, Math, Coding, Chess, Arts, Yoga, Music, Languages. Awarded with the Most Innovative Curriculum, Einsteins Square has teachers who are professionally trained, experts in their respective subjects and have worked with reputed schools for years. With their rigorous process on on-boarding teachers, only best of […]
ALPA Kids is creating educational mobile games for preschoolers, their parents and kindergarten teachers. The focus is on the child’s native language, local nature and culture. 7 000 languages don’t have content that is: In the child’s native language Educational Culturally relatable ALPA Kids application: For children aged 2-8 Based on local culture & nature […]
eKool is an easily accessible web-based school management tool bringing together students and their families, schools and supervisory bodies. eKool supports better learning for the pupil, parents are better aware of their children’s progress and the authorities have a good overview of what goes on in schools under their management. Grading and absence management also […]
ELIIS is an online software solution for preschools and kindergartens. It includes numerous functions for teachers, parents, headmasters and government officials and is available for all devices using a web browser or mobile application which makes it easy for parents to send and receive notifications. ELIIS is easily manageable also to people otherwise not so […]