Teachease is a service that helps schools teach digital skills. It was developed together with Finnish teachers.
Google and Code School Finland bring coding to students in Europe
The teacher training programme that provides school teachers with skills and tools to teach coding and robotics is expanding to Belgium and Ireland in January 2023.
The finest Finnish innovations in education
We are very proud to have our Teachease service among the HundrED’s Global Collection 2023. This collection consists of 100 innovative, impactful, and scalable approaches in education from all over the world. We want to bring recognition to two other Finnish innovations selected to the Global Collection; Qridi and KiVa program. Like Teachease, these innovations […]
Problems in the digital skills education
When it comes to digital skills education, recent discussions and interviews with education providers shed light to three problems: How to find solutions to these problems? Finding the direction for digital skills education is definitely difficult but the answer is simple: Students should have a basic understanding how the technological world around them functions and […]
Teachease is among 100 most impactful education innovations in a post-COVID world
Our subscription service for schools Teachease has been selected as one of the leading education innovations in the HundrEd Global Collection.
Finnish education model expands in Panama
Knowledge Group and Code School Finland will prepare Panamanian teachers with tools and skills for digital skills education in K-9.
Research finds remote teaching improves students’ attitudes
University researchers found that Code School Finland course increased positive attitudes and enhanced learning experience for secondary school students.
Teacher, does coding haunt you? You’re not alone.
Coding has become an area of curriculum that haunts many teachers. The anxiety of how to teach students something that you know nothing (or very little) about is a huge barrier. How do you know that you’re doing the right thing?