Join EduHack to tailor the hackathon format to solve problems that you have in education, together with your students, partners and community.
WHAT WE DO
EduHack aims to work with the potential of innovation as a co-creation process, embedding this practice in co-designing the tools for organising Educational Innovative Hackathons. This will be achieved by establishing multi-stakeholder Educational Innovative Hubs in each partner country.
The Hubs aim to bring together the expertise from local educational fields, innovation centres, universities, industry, local government, IT, creative individuals and companies, to name but a few. Working within these Hubs will include local meetings and workshops in addition to two intense short-term international mutual-learning and exchanging workshops. The function of these is to gather the necessary input to design the format of the hackathon. Crucial issues will also be explored which will be “hacked” during four different hackathons that take place in different partner countries throughout the course of the project. Educational Innovative Hackathons take place in Latvia, Estonia, Turkey and Spain and they are organised to test and improve the tools, as well as to find solutions to problems posed in education.
The hackathons are aimed at reaching different profiles – tech and design enthusiasts, students, industry professionals, marketing companies, museum workers/guides, software developers etc. Each hackathon will include a board of mentors which will be made up of educational experts in addition to educational practitioners ( i.e teachers, principals/headmasters).
The World is changing, why shouldn’t education?
To hack education, we need to focus on relevant issues and collaboratively work together to achieve the best impact.
EduHack embraces radical collaboration as a paradigm to identify important challenges and to frame the scope of the Hackathons into a win-win game.
Hub members are professionals, practitioners and experts coming from different perspectives with a wide variety of interests. They participate on a voluntary basis and will jointly steer the project operations at national level, defining the scopes, the agenda, requirements and success criteria of the Hackathon.
Science Centre AHHAA
AHHAA is the biggest science centre in Estonia, focusing on hands-on science education, playful learning and interactive exhibitions.
Helin Haga, Project manager
Hugin & Munin
H&M is a creative communication agency based in Madrid, Spain, formed by a multidisciplinary team that specializes in bold and daring solutions.
Francesca Monaco, International account manager
HOPU Smart Cities
HOPU Smart Cities is a Spanish software and hardware developer that has extensive research and innovation experience in the field of internet of things (IoT), participative communication and new media content.
Andrea Gómez, Creative manager
Dublin City University
DCU, based in Ireland, has been placed among the world’s top 50 young universities. EduHack activities are joined by the School of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies department of DCU.
Yvonne Crotty, Associate professor & Director of the Centre for Innovation and workplace learning.
Tekkeköy MEM is a national provincial education coordinator in Turkey, responsible for the execution of all educational activities, including formal and informal education, in the Tekkeköy region.
Meltem Tunç, Project coordinator
Science Centre ZINOO
ZINOO is a science centre in Latvia with the mission to awaken people’s curiosity and to encourage them to discover things on their own.
Pauls Irbins, CEO
Ergon is a private vocational education and training provider in Italy, conducting 60 thousand training hours per year. Ergon specializes in business networking, public-private-citizen partnerships, co-design and participatory tools.
Lorenzo Liguoro, R&D manager