From AI to EdTech – from Estonia to Indonesia

EdTech in Indonesia and Estonia

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This time we dive into the dynamic world of educational technology, discussing Estonia’s celebrated digital education system and sharing insights into Indonesia’s innovative approaches to overcoming geographic and logistical challenges in learning.

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  • Sten Kapten from the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research shares insights on how Estonia’s integration of AI and digital tools in classrooms has propelled its students to the top of European education rankings and became nr 1 in OECD PISA results in Europe for the second time in the row. The discussion reveals how Estonia leverages technology to not only enhance learning but also to prepare students for future careers in a tech-driven world.
  • Kevin Emeraldi, the Chief Operating Officer at GovTech Edu Indonesia discusses the unique challenges of dispersing educational resources across Indonesia’s sprawling archipelago of over 17,000 islands. He highlights innovative e-tech solutions that are centralising training and resources to ensure equitable access to quality education for all Indonesian students.
  • Explore a novel approach to IT education with Lauri Haav, the CEO of kood/Jõhvi. Lauri explains how this unique coding school avoids traditional teaching methods for a practical, project-based learning model that emphasises teamwork and real-world problem-solving. This method not only fast-tracks students into IT careers but also cultivates a new generation of tech entrepreneurs.

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