Project duration 01.03.2021-28.02.2023
FreeEd is an Erasmus+ School Education
project that aims:
to define a framework for hybrid education (combining classroom learning with web-based distance learning) in lower secondary schools,
to collect and share best technology-supported education practices in the project countries: Austria, Estonia, Finland and Romania,
to help lower secondary teachers develop their reflective practice and their digital and pedagogical competencies,
to provide recommendations to education technology developers.
Our ultimate goal is to help lower secondary schools embrace the challenges emerging from the current shift from mostly classroom-based education to a more flexible, technology-supported learning environment, re-think learning spaces and to safeguard the well-being of children and their teachers.
Tallinn University project team:
Associate Professor, Business Collaboration and Innovation Chief Specialist
Educational Technologist, Eduspace lab assistant
FreeEd project EE team coordinator
Professor of Early Childhood Education
Partnership and Communication Coordinator
Assosiate Professor of Andragogy