IMPACT EdTech Remote Schooling Pilots public webinar series

The IMPACT EdTech project is hosting a series of 10 public webinars that will take place over the course of three afternoons, between 15:00 –17:45 CEST, on 26, 27 and 28 of April.

Following the unprecedented health crisis that forced the education sector to reinvent itself, IMPACT EdTech has invested all its efforts in finding the 10-best young EdTech European companies (start-ups) that will revolutionise the new remote learning paradigm. Their innovative solutions aim to provide concrete answers to the challenges that schools, and learners are facing in remote learning settings. During the past 3 months, the 10 start-ups had their solution piloted in schools from 13 different countries, and they are now ready to showcase their results. 

During those three days, you will hear the start-ups’ representatives, their pilot teachers, and their educational mentor explain how they helped the education sector breach the gap of the remote learning setting. 

From a social math game to an AI powered Maths Teaching platform, from a mobile scanner app to a robot that helps you develop your language skills: all these solutions take a step forward in digital accessibility for students. Are you curious to know who these 10 educational technology innovators are? 

  • Click here to register to the sessions of your choosing.
  • Read the full programme below to select the sessions that interest you the most.

To learn more about the 10 start-ups featured and the solutions they are offering, click on the logos below.

Join us in this series of webinars and be an active part of the EdTech revolution!

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.