Spotlight Switzerland Digital Transformation at School
What is Spotlight Switzerland?
Why Spotlight Switzerland?
With a reputation of an education, science and technology pioneer and a strong national agenda focusing on digital transformation, Switzerland is uniquely positioned to be a global centre of digital education innovation, not only in higher education but already from early childhood.
Who are the local partners?
We Are Play Lab Foundation, Gebert Rüf Stiftung, Jacobs Foundation, Stiftung Mercator Schweiz, digitalswitzerland next generation, Beisheim Stiftung, The Zurich University of Teacher Education (PH Zurich).
Do you have questions or need support?
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Call for projects
Video production and report
Ten projects presented at Campus Seminar Zurich
Spotlight Switzerland at HundrED Innovations Summit
How does it work?
Who can apply?
Any kindergarten, primary and secondary school educator living in Switzerland can submit their project focusing on digital transformation at school from May 2nd to July 5th, 2019 using the application form.
In August 2019, 10 inspiring Swiss education projects will be selected by an expert jury according to three main criteria: innovativeness, impact, and scalability.
How are projects selected?
To determine how well submissions fit the three criteria, HundrED uses the following descriptive factors that have been shown in innovation literature and HundrED’s research to play a significant role in establishing innovativeness, impact, and scalability in educational innovations:
- Clear, valuable goal that addresses a need
- Structured implementation design
- Purposeful collaboration
- Pedagogically sound
- Child/person centered
- Improves outcomes
- Elevates educators Family/community/government engagement
- Cost-effectiveness & affordability
Based on these factors, alongside qualitative evidence from interviews with the HundrED research team, innovations are given an overall score based on their innovativeness, impact, and scalability. Innovations are scored twice, first based on their current state and then based on their potential.