• NPO Robootika

    NPO Robootika is responsible for educational robotics in Estonia. Our goal is to introduce kids to technology, offer them the opportunity to create, design, test and play with it starting in kindergarten. We don’t see technology as an object. It is rather a tool to inspire kids and develop problem solving, programming and inquiry skills.
  • University of Turku

    The University of Turku, Finland´s second largest university, is an internationally competitive research-led university whose operation is based on high-level multidisciplinary research. Learning and education research is one of the recognised areas of strength in research.
  • ITT Group

    ITT Group is a innovation and technology driven SME focused on the educational robotics, mechatronics system design and trainings.

    Gryd applies innovative technologies to the fields of education and culture; provides technology research and develops advanced elearning. We also deliver training for educators across Europe, advancing skills in elearning and multimedia. These skills are then shared with colleagues and the wider education community, raising knowledge and skills across Europe.
  • Elderberry Ab

    Elderberry Ab undertakes curriculum development and strategic studies, authoring, testing, editing and publishing within school, youth, adult, teacher and VET education, often with socio-cultural and urban implications. The company is experienced with traditional methods for educational material as with eLearning and eCulture.
  • Engelbrektsskolan

    Engelbrektsskolan is a popular primary and 2nd school located in the city centre of Stockholm. The School is located close to museums, culture and nature. Very close to the school is a national park and Östermalm arena with excellent opportunities for a visit in the nature and outdoor recreation. In grades 4-9 the pupils can choose between different ”profiles”. Among them is Maths and Science. This profile organize programing with robots(BeeBot, LEGO, Scratch)
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