3DBear combines immersive technologies and inspiring pedagogic content for the best learning results. Augmented reality (“AR”), virtual reality (“VR”), 360-photos, scanning & 3D printing. Professional development, implementation and workshops. From K-12 to higher ed and corporate training.
3DBear's tools enable students to…
• learn job skills remotely using AR and VR
• do science labs remotely using AR and VR
• become content creators in 3D themselves, 3D modeller being one of the top 20 Jobs in the future and as important as coding.
• learn spatial cognition.
• change their mindset to creative problem solving and storytelling.
• learn 21st century job skills in a way where technology is redefining learning.
Arkki's Creative Education is a long-term after-school curriculum approved by the Finnish Ministry of Education since 2008. Arkki’s awarded program for 4-18-year-old integrates different STEAM subjects via architecture and design. It is delivered by licensing partners and is now in 7 countries.
In addition, Arkki offers a program for school teachers called Creative Classroom which consists of a phenomenon-based toolkit with interdisciplinary project plans, based on the Finnish National Core Curriculum.
Besides, Arkki offers training and workshops for professionals and conducts participation and social innovation projects.
Code School Finland
Code School Finland is the leading company in Finland for children’s coding and robotics education. It provides high-quality digital teaching materials that correspond with the Finnish national core curriculum and offer multidisciplinary projects that integrate with subject studies. Their educational services support developing teacher skills and cost-efficient implementation of coding&robotics curriculum based on Finnish pedagogy and educational system.
Code School also hosts workshops and camps for international student and teacher groups ranging from an afternoon to a week. Based on a vast material library they tailor programs to group's age, skills, objectives and available time.
Council for Creative Education - CCE Finland
Council for Creative Education (CCE) Finland is a global organization with the motto of redefining education through creativity. CCE provides tailormade teacher training and school development programs from pre-primary to higher education. The programs are based on research and expertise from Finnish universities and academia. CCE provides insights in Finnish education system as a model where creativity is integrated well in the classroom activities.
Team CCE Finland have already served customers and educators from more than 35 countries.
ELE Finland Ltd is a consulting and training company that provides services and trainings globally. The fields of expertise are high-quality solutions for leadership training, education, assessment and evaluation, developing measurement instruments and creating materials, such as books (e.g. Phenomenal Learning from Finland, to be in nine languages in 2020). Education export projects cover Russia, China, Africa and Malta.
EduCluster Finland (ECF), University of Jyväskylä Group, engages in international operations pioneering expertise over the entire educational spectrum. Drawing on the experience of leading-edge Finnish and global educational organisations, ECF has been involved in 200+ international projects over the past eight years. Under the auspices of the University of Jyväskylä, it utilises know-how from a pool of over 5000 experts specialising in multi-disciplinary features of education. In relation to internationalization of higher education, languages, methodologies and enabling systemic change, ECF cooperates with experts from global leading-edge universities in different continents.
Education Alliance Finland
Education Alliance Finland provides a science-based quality standard and certification for learning solutions. EAF's evaluation method is an academically sound approach to evaluating a learning product’s pedagogical design from the viewpoint of educational psychology. Through Education Alliance Finland's evaluation, you get feedback and evidence of the product's learning effectiveness. EdTech industry stakeholders around the world trust Education Alliance Finland to ensure solutions are independently certified to high-level quality standards.
Educraftor is the innovation and educational development agency bringing you the evolution of education.
Using an innovator’s toolkit including coaching processes, team-learning and design thinking Educraftor engages partners in international ecosystems designed to build cultures around trust and dialogue. The evolution of education represents the systematic processes needed for your organisation to successfully adapt to and ultimately lead global changes.
Edukaskills provides world class Finnish learning solutions that are accessible and value-adding for organizations, professionals and K12 education.
We aim at developing collaborative projects with educational communities around the world, wherever people invest in learning programs as a lever for sustainable development. We consider the specifics of each market in terms of culture, language, regulation and challenges.
More than 13,000 teachers in 50% of Finland's schools have selected Finland Math by Eduten as their tool of choice. It is also used by over 420,000 users in 35+ other countries. Finland Math is a digital learning platform that combines Finnish pedagogical expertise with gamification AI to provide 45% more improvement learning results, teacher happiness and student motivation. It offers the best learning analytics in the world to help teachers understand students better in less time and provide school leadership with real-time data across classrooms. It is based on more than 15 years of scientific research, and it comes with a ready-made exercise library of more than 200,000 tasks for ages 6-15 in English and Spanish. The free research pilot trial includes online teacher training and a University analysis report for school management.