Edukata is based on a research-based design approach, developed by the Learning Environments research group in Media Lab Helsinki, in Aalto University, Finland, lead by professor Teemu Leinonen. The approach has been successfully used to design digital tools for learning. Edukata is an adaptation of that method for educators to design learning activities for their own educational context.
Edukata has been developed by a team of designers, researchers and teachers. It draws on the best educational design experience available, and is based on pedagogical principles founded in the teaching culture of Finland, Europe.
Anna Keune is a Designer with an MA in New Media from the Media Lab Helsinki, Aalto University, Finland. She is currently studying towards a Ph.D. in Learning Sciences at the Indiana University, USA. She is passionate about participatory design and design for learning. Contact Anna: Twitter / LinkedIn / Google +
Tarmo Toikkanen is an educational psychologist and teacher trainer, with a degree from Helsinki University, Finland. He studies communication patterns in collaborative learning scenarios in Media Lab Helsinki, Aalto University, Finland, and is heavily involved in the OER movement and Creative Commons licensing. Twitter / LinkedIn / Google+
Teemu Leinonen is a Professor of New Media Design and Learning at the Media Lab Helsinki, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture where he leads the Learning Environments research group. Teemu loves the web — the small pieces that are loosely joined. Right now he is interested in how this approach is changing the global intellectual landscape. Twitter / Linkedin / Google+
Other languages: Finnish