Active study methods for open learning spaces

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

Teacher training and educational research in Estonia

The Institute of Education, Tartu University provides research-based, pre-service training for teachers, special education teachers, speech therapists, and social pedagogies. Two programmes – Educational Technology (MA) and Educational Science (PhD) are taught in English. There is also an extensive in-service training programme for teachers, heads of schools, and university teaching staff. Study visits The Institute […]

Reality Maker – Do the physically impossible!

Mobi Lab augmented reality platform enables schools to create an engaging and memorable learning experience for their students. Schools can build exciting digital learning materials as life-like 3D objects which students can discover in the classrooms or remotely at their homes.