City of Stockholm strengthens cooperation with Sensavis in the area of accessible digital learning spaces
The City of Stockholm Department of Education’s vision is to provide great education for all children in Stockholm, regardless of their background. City of Stockholm’s schools are open to all. The students’ prerequisites, their motivation, the learning and where they are heading is in focus. In the city’s efforts to create accessible learning spaces, the
PC World has recommended Sensavis Visual Learning Tool as one of the best educational software applications for students. Read more here: https://www.pcworld.co.nz/article/626158/best-educational-software-students
Read this interesting blog post about innovative teaching strategies to improve learning in the classroom, the idea of cognitive load and how this science teacher is using Sensavis visual learning tool in combination with Microsoft Office Mix to assist students to construct mental models of scientific principles! You will find the blog post here.
QA Education features an article by Fredrik Olofsson, CEO & President at Sensavis, looking at how technology has become integrated into the foundations of teaching over the years, and how tech gives teachers the ability to ‘enhance’ children’s learning experience. He suggest ways technology can empower and help teachers, not make them redundant to the teaching
MTV Lebanon News interviews teachers and students at Collège Notre Dame de Louaizé, one of the largest schools in Lebanon with over 4000 students, about their use of Sensavis Visual Learning Tool. See the video here.
The National UAE writes about Aldar’s West Yas Academy in Abu Dhabi and their use of Sensavis visual learning tool. Read more here.
Len Scrogan at Display Daily writes about Wilson County Schools success using Sensavis visual learning tool. Read more here.
Len Scrogan at Display Daily writes about Wilson County Schools work with Sensavis visual learning tool. Read more here.
Zulita Mustafa from the New Strait Times interviews Andreas Kirsebom about the launch of the Windows 10 app version of Sensavis’ visual learning tool. Read more here.