We believe that empowering students to create with digital technologies will unlock their potential to make a difference.
The key problem:
a skills gap
Piling on the PD hours is NOT the answer!
While this is a pressing problem, compelling teachers to change the way they teach is just going to lead to more teacher burnout.
On the other hand, the professional development activities adopted by many schools - workshops and keynotes - can't address this issue well as teachers don't get hands-on practice..
What’s our solution?
Our range of tech-infused, maker-centric lesson plans help teachers use tech in innovative ways. Gone are the days when interactive quizzes and smartboards constituted ‘technology integration’ - education systems today need to evolve alongside the rapid evolution of technology.
Using emerging technologies in the classroom can present a steep learning curve to many of us. We make the process easier with our micro-learning units - professional development support for teachers with adequate opportunities for application and reflection.
Hands-on Professional Development
We work with schools to equip teachers with the skill sets needed to implement effective maker ed, tech-infutsed lessons in their classrooms. Teachers get usable, relevant PD (along with PD hours); schools get an upskilled workforce - it’s a win-win!
about our solution?
A focus on adopting emerging technologies
A focus on adopting
What are these technologies?
A maker-centric approach to emerging tech
A maker education approach
to emerging tech
How do we create
our lesson plans?
Ready to begin?
A great place to start is to take our free E-learning course: Maximising Student Success: Setting up an Eddy Classroom 101. After you've completed the course, you'll be equipped with all the skills you need to get your students ready for an Eddy lesson.