IMPACT EdTech launches a call for three primary school teachers to test the technology offered by Kinems, one of the start-ups selected as part of the ‘Remote Schooling’ acceleration programme of IMPACT EdTech.

The start-up created a breakthrough multi-sensory personalized educational gaming platform that fosters the whole child development. Teachers from different type of schools are welcomed to apply: mainstream Kindergartens, specialist schools for children with special education needs, or mainstream primary schools with separate classes/programs for children with special education needs. The solution addresses students aged 5-8

Benefits for the teachers and schools participating in the pilot:

  • Access for themselves and their class to a cutting-edge educational solution.
  • Access to innovative training materials in the classroom: All necessary materials and software will be provided free of charge during the piloting period.
  • Be at the forefront of innovation and support an EdTech start-up to develop: The feedback provided by pilot teachers and students will help the start-up to develop and improve its solution and make sure it better responds to the needs of the user.
  • The piloting teachers will be paid at a fixed rate of €100 / day for up to 15 days of work (max. €1,500).
  • The piloting schools will receive a lump sum contribution, as financial compensation for the operational support provided of 1000€.
  • Certificate of participation: All the teachers participating in IMPACT EdTech Remote Schooling Pilot A1 will be awarded with a certificate of participation at the end of the pilot.

If you are curious in testing an innovative tool and practice and would like to support a promising EdTech company, read more about the call and apply: here. Applications will close on April 5th.

Questions about this call? 

Please contact Romane Léauté at

and Adina Nistor at

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871275. Neither the European Commission (EC) nor any person acting on behalf of the Commission is responsible for how the following information is used. The views expressed in this document are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the EC.