of the $5 trillion global educational market is digitalised
Rikt provides in-service training for primary and secondary school teachers, using digital devices to develop assessment for learning strategies. We caught up with Zoé Skjæraasen, Marketing Assistant, to hear more about how they enable teachers with active learning and teaching; their thoughts on the school community and their international ambitions.
Gyldendal Undervisning provides teachers and students with solutions and products that aim to enhance students’ motivation and learning outcomes. We caught up with Hanna-Marie Ringdal, digital pedagogue, to hear more about how they enable students through “21st century skills” and “deeper learning”; how they are adapting to the digital shift in the educational market and challenges for educators.
The Norwegian edtech industry did once again join forces to present the Norwegian Classroom at BETT. Norwegian edtech has huge potential to be a major player in the international edtech landscape. At BETT London 24-27 January, 12 of our promising companies was showing why at The Norwegian Classroom.
million people worldwide use Norwegian edtech
The members of Oslo Edtech Cluster are joining forces to develop activities that helps strengthening the collaboration, network and position in all things related to educational technology from Oslo and Norway. The members are challenged to think partnerships, synergies and finding a common ground when targeting new markets and stakeholders.
Oslo Edtech Cluster is a business network established to support development, commercialisation and export of Norwegian educational technologies. We want to secure cooperation and value creation across the companies supplying learning tools, R&D institutions and markets, users and customers. Through joining forces and pulling together we will help making Norwegian edtech among the best and most competitive in the world.