Knowledge Factory EDT52
Solve your EdTech Challenges with Today’s Market Makers (II)
This interactive Knowledge Factory invites you to share your insights, questions, needs and challenges with expert speakers from selected start-ups. We will work through a series of challenges together, ensuring that you leave the session with the latest expertise, tools, solutions and services available on the EdTech market. Whether you are in need of better video, more game-based learning or failsafe institution-wide testing, we will offer practical suggestions and insights into the latest learning innovations and how they can be tailored to your needs.
Grasple, The Netherlands
Pim is the co-founder of Grasple, where his mission is to make knowledge open to everyone.
He is an engineer by training, graduated from the Technical University of Delft in 2013, with a MSc in Systems Engineering and Policy Analysis.
What got him into education was a conversation with friends. Their opinion was unanimous: they hated statistics! The more he talked about it, the more interested he got. He started teaching statistics (and still does). Through his teaching, Pim experienced that if people can practice online and at their own pace, then everyone can learn statistics. Additionally, this leaves more room for interesting activities and conversations during class time.
In 2014, Pim started a social enterprise to make topics like statistics accessible to everyone. First only statistics, now math, research methods and linear algebra as well.
Grasple was born: a user-friendly platform where teachers can find, edit, and share open learning materials, mainly on math and statistics.
Dr Norbert Morawetz is a creative business academic and digital entrepreneur. Prior to joining Henley Business School, Norbert built up and ran the largest entrepreneurship programme in the UK at the University of Hertfordshire, for which he received the National Enterprise Educator Award from the UK Higher Education Academy.
He is the founder of ed-tech startup potential.ly, where he fuses psychology and technology to enhance personal development, collaborative learning and employability.
Norbert's research focuses on technology entrepreneurship, psychometrics, team analytics, online education and economics of creative industries, especially the film industry.
As a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Henley Business School, he teaches undergrads and MBAs and looks after the BA Entrepreneurship as UG Programme Director for Entrepreneurship.