Wittario is collaborating with the Swedish company Loops, owned by the Norwegian EdTech Skooler.
Loops has had great success in the Swedish education sector with their platform for accumulating, organizing and presenting content. The Swedish content library for K12 (School for 7-16) is extensive. This library is created by Loops along with hundreds of Swedish teachers.
Loops is currently working on creating a similar library for Norway.
– The content library, organized into “loops”, fits hand in glove with the Wittario platform. Our goal is to create a quick and effortless way of creating Wittario games from the content-loops in Loops, says Wittario CEO, Lars Gunnar Fledsberg.
For more information about Loops, se this link.
Wittario is funding a research project executed by Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences. Our aim is to observe the combination of physical movement and game mechanics in student learning activities and see if they experience that this increases their learning outcome.
Covid-19 has made home school a common exercise. At Krapfoss elementary, Wittario is used to get students on their feet.
Wittario is both creating and translating content, making all collections available in Norwegian and English