From Espoo’s Omnia teachers and students from both the adult education and vocational education departments. Omnia’s IT and mobile specialist, Pete Stockley has actively followed EdVisto’s development and given excellent feedback.
From Omnia’s vocational education, teacher Kaisa Jussila and two of her business groups have joined a first pilot project. We got to visit one of Kaisa’s groups in the beginning of February and it was interesting to follow the groups’ projects. The course is part of the Finnish “Young Business Owner” concept, i.e. the students have their own practice businesses that they can use apply learnings from the course in real life, here with the help of EdVisto. Kaisa has been active also on a personal level to test and give feedback on EdVisto since the beginning of the year, which has been very appreciated.
Omnia’s adult education group from the wood construction course are represented with two teachers, Mona Olander and Juhani Horelli, in the lead. The project is part of a specialization on “Technical design and prototype production”. Professional designers are also part of the project and later in the spring possible collaboration partners from Estonia.
During the early spring, we’ve visited Mona’s group and assisted in the use of the video platform, which is planned to document the entire construction process. The group has given important feedback about user experience. We look forward to follow the progress.