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BeED joins the Swedish EdTest programme

BeED joins the Swedish EdTest programme

Swedish EdTest - Sweden’s first national EdTech testbed, has been designed to help businesses sharpen the digital transformation of learning environments across the country. Connecting local schools and colleges with European technology providers, EdTest enables its participants to cooperate on product testing in real academic environments and prove the positive impact of solutions on learning. Furthermore, the programme empowers educational institutions to choose, try and implement EdTech solutions more effectively while experiencing the full support from vendors during the programme.

This spring, BeED proudly joins other EdTech providers to participate in the Swedish Edtest to obtain an evaluation of its solutions - LMS and Journeys - and to attract interest from local education professionals to practice more experiential learning activities in Swedish schools and beyond. Focused primarily on the secondary school segment for testing, BeED will allow teachers and students to appraise the following features of its system:

If you represent a Swedish school or college, sign up to participate in EdTest, identify your challenges or needs and find your perfect match with registered companies.

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The national testbed has involved representatives from the entire educational network, from preschool to college: Nacka municipality, Uppsala municipality, Lidingö municipality, Academedia, Nackademin, Falkenberg municipality, Halmstad municipality, Halmstad University, Lilla Nacka's schools and preschools, NetPort Science Park and others. The programme testing methodology has been prepared in collaboration with the reference group, including Italo Masiello (professor of EdTech, Linnéuniversitet), Annika Agélii Genlott (SKL), Lars Lingman (RISE), Helena Kvarnsell (Teachers' National Association / Lärarnas Riksförbund), Nancy Wilkinsson (Education Program Manager of Nesta), Anna Rantapero-Laine (EdTest Manager) and Torsten Fransson (Professor, KTH).