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Kimple education

location_on Spain

Bringing the world to the classroom and the classroom to the world

The digital environment for teachers with pedagogical resources for an immediate classroom implementation to bring SDG related topics: sustainability, gender equality, diversity, fake news, computational thinking, entrepreneurship (among many others) to the curriculum. All content: multilingual, tack emerging knowledge, based on active methodologies, addressing basic skills and competencies.

Overview

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Web presence

2019

Established

15K

Children/users

4

Countries
Organisation
For-profit
Target group
Teachers
Updated
January 12th, 2023
The focus on emerging topics that Kimple has makes it possible to tackle current knowledge, as well as allowing both teachers and students to try out new methodologies together.

About the innovation

Why did you create this innovation?

Kimple is a one-of-a-kind project that solves a real need: the transition between the classroom and the world.

For more than four years, Kimple has been committed to the mission of rethinking education, contents and pedagogical forms, in order to offer new tools to face current and future challenges.

Our horizon is clear: the construction of a better world starts in the classroom.

How does your innovation work in practice?

Kimple is the multilingual digital environment for teachers with pedagogical resources for an immediate implementation in the classroom.

We generate alliances with authors from all over the world, whose projects are generating an impact, and we adapt, level and translate their educational proposals so that they are accessible by all teachers, no matter where they are located.

In our adaptation methodology, we integrate the curricular and skills developed crossover, the SDGs it helps to achieve, and we create a GPS so that teachers can implement and evaluate all activities.

With Kimple, teachers have access to high-impact proposals, with training integrated into each proposal, as well as specific activities for their groups.

In 85% of the cases, the implementation of Kimple only requires connectivity for the teacher, with the work in the classroom being developed almost totally offline, to avoid connectivity problems, especially in vulnerable environments.

How has it been spreading?

We have 815 active teachers on the platform, who increase their use of Kimple month after month, with an average of 22 minutes per session. Thus impacting a potential of more than 15.000 students each year.

We are currently in schools in Spain and several countries in LatinAmerica (Argentina and Uruguay), and also present in schools and after-school spaces in vulnerable environments in Honduras and Argentina through impact partnerships with foundations via our Abilis program.

We have a B2B, B2G and B2Foundations model already active in the countries stated above, and with next openings in the US and India, and currently working with distributors to permeate the Mexican and Colombian market.

If I want to try it, what should I do?

Kimple can be implemented from moment one into any school that desires to do so. Our pedagogical team works together with the school staff to develop an ad hoc implementation plan, including a short series of onboarding meetings for teachers to get familiar with the very intuitive platform and a selection of pedagogical resources to be worked upon gradually in the different age ranges available.

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