In this track we will take a look into different edtech markets such as Sweden, Germany and the US. You will hear about the latest developments, challenges and the future potential of each market.
This track will also cover topics such as future edtech solutions and case examples from Finland and abroad.
This track is targeted to education experts and professionals, edtech companies and decision-makers from all business sectors and public institutions interested in the latest solutions in Edtech.
10:00 – 10:30 Smart Learning – a modern approach to learning, Tomi-Pekka Niukkanen, Edita Publishing
10:40 – 11:10 Let Me Hack It – Creativity in Technology and Programming Education, Sanna Reponen, Mehackit
11:20 – 11:50 The future role of content in learning process, Teuvo Sankila, Otava Publishing Company Ltd
13:15-13:45 DigiOne – Empowering education platform ecosystem connecting users and services, Kirsi Lehto, City of Vantaa
13:45-14:05 Open educational resources – Empowering educators, schools and students, Isto Laapio, Mediamaisteri
14:05-14:30 Empowering Teachers with Technology, Heikki Rusama, Freeed.com
14:30-14:55 Data-driven competence development, Vesa Perälä, Claned
10:00 – 10:30 Vocational Education, Helping To Keep Your City Working, Nick Cotton, Tredu Vocational College & Ville Palkinen, Tredu Vocational college and Tampere City Digital Program
10:40 – 11:10 Education in the digital world: promises, problems and potential in Germany, Beth Havinga, BfB
11:20 – 11:50 Digitalizing teaching and learning processes in developing economies, Altti Lagstedt, Haaga-Helia / Eduix Oy
13:15-13:45 Shifting the market by Enabling Smart Demand by consumers for products to be “integrable” with enterprise systems in education settings, Dale Allen, DXtera
13:50-15:30 Workshop: NGBD Action Session – Enabling Smart Demand, Dale Allen, DXtera