The Innokas Network is a collaboration of forward-looking schools, universities and companies focusing on children who are today learning their 21st century knowledge and skills.
Within the network, we are finding ways to make creativity, innovation and technology part of everyday schoolwork. Our thinking is based on the Innovative School concept in which the school and its surroundings are seen as a holistic network of learning environments improved with technology.
Innokas Network is coordinated by Department of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki, by City of Espoo and by six sub-coordinators from Finland. Since 2011, over 40 000 students, teachers, parents, learning technology companies and other stakeholders all over Finland have participated in our network activities. Read more about Innokas Network here.
Innokas Network supports schools in global collaboration, organizes visits in Innokas Network Schools, coordinates the Global Educational Community and collaborates with Fablab@schools at Stanford University. We share our experiences on global collaboration on the Global Innokas blog.