Since the onset of the pandemic, we have reported on key trends in EdTech. In this article, we look at the insights gained from lockdown and the potential conditions for continued innovation in education in the Nordic-Baltic region.
The Covid-19 crisis has resulted in an increased interest in GovTech across the Nordic and Baltic region, with some sub-sectors such as HealthTech and edtech seeing an especially large increase in uptake.
We spoke to Jenni Vartiainen, founder of Finnish Kide Science about how her pedagogy research into how young children learn has influenced the technology her startup uses.
The EdTech sector in the Nordic-Baltic region has been accelerating [...]
The burden of implementing central government guidelines on the Covid-19 pandemic response has fallen on local authorities, placing them at the frontline of the fight against coronavirus. We take a look at the leadership and ingenuity local governments have displayed in the Covid-19 pandemic in the Nordic-Baltic region.
We have interviewed the Danish CEO and Co-Founder of CanopyLab, Sahra-Josephine Hjorth. Read about how digital learning has become increasingly important during the Covid-19 crisis and how we can all contribute to help emerging economies and close the digital divide.
The Covid-19 crisis has left schools closed and most parents having to educate their children from home. This has presented EdTech startups with a unique opportunity to offer their digital solutions to students and teachers who are keen for education to continue during these difficult times.
Innovative digital solutions are in demand to tackle the Corona crisis. NordicBaltic.tech is our way of bringing governmental organizations and digital entrepreneurs together. Watch the video of NCM SG, Paula Lehtomäki, inviting you to share your initiative or solution.