Non-Degree / Dates: 18-22 July 2022

The course will introduce innovative pedagogical practices on how to integrate digital tools, including educational robotics, into teaching and learning practices.

These practices will support the development of educators’ digital competences as well as 21st-century skills in general, including entrepreneurial skills and a green mindset. The course days are divided into two: during the first half of the day there will be micro-learning modules, the second half of the day will be spent on active group work in order to design and test learning activities.

At the end of the course, the participant is familiar with innovative digital learning practices and innovative educational technology tools and creates digital learning materials in collaboration with other teachers.

Why this course?

  • Improved digital competences

  • A lot of new ideas about teaching and learning differently


Janika Leoste, PhD, is the Business Collaboration and Innovation Chief Specialist and a Visiting Researcher in Educational Robotics in the School of Educational Sciences at Tallinn University. Her research includes the sustainability of technology-enhanced educational innovations and didactics on STEAM teaching in all stages of education, including using robot integrated learning in early childhood and primary education.

Maire Tuul, PhD, is the Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education in the School of Educational Sciences at Tallinn University. Her main fields of research are renewed learning environment and application of curriculum in pre-school child care institutions. For Maire, it is important that future teachers would recognize the potential of robotics for bringing diversity to the learning process and that they could expediently use modern technical means. She received her PhD in Educational Sciences from Tallinn University.

Sirly Väät, MA, is an educational technologist in the School of Educational Sciences at Tallinn University, an assistant to the EDUSPACE research laboratory and the technical coordinator of several international ERASMUS projects on STEAM. Sirly is interested in innovative flexible learning methods, learning and teaching supported by technology and blended learning environments.


10:00-11:30 Study activities
11:30-11:45 Break
11:45-13:15 Study activities


Students, educators, teachers and lecturers, heads of educational institutions, educational advisers, educational policy makers, representatives of EdTech companies.

Minimum group size 16 participants.

NB! The course can also be organised as a tailor-made course if there are more than 15 people from one organisation. For further information, please contact

Credit points


Students need to participate in the training minimum 75%; complete and present the independent work, test and analyze a variety of methods, approaches and tools in practice and share with others in the learning community.

Course fee

Early-Bird Course Fee (until 31 March 2022)550€
Regular Course Fee (after 31 March 2022)650€

Accommodation and meals are not included in the price.

Covid-19 Restrictions

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Please note that restrictions may change depending on the decision made by the Estonian Government. We highly recommend taking out insurance coverage.