Imagine. Create. Collaborate.
LUPO: The Space Adventure is a collaborative and creative storytelling card game that takes you and your friends, family members or the whole school classroom on a ridiculous sci-fi adventure.
When planet earth turns into a tiny raisin, it´ s up to you and your friends to blast off beyond the stars and create a new home for humanity. Take over the role as a Chiefonaut, Stylonaut, Protectonaut, Diplonaut or Bionaut and get ready for a close encounter with fantastical new worlds and species. Let your imagination run wild as you bring your ideas to life - from pen and paper blueprints to your own spectacular spaceship.
PLANET EARTH TURNED INTO A RAISIN…
LET′S BE FRIENDS
SEND US A FUNKY MESSAGE
FROM OUTER SPACE!
We are always super happy to hear from people across the globe,galaxy or universe. Some of our team members are obsessed stamp and rock collectors, so it doesn't matter how weird you are, you can bet we can top that.So don't be shy and send us a funky message! We barely bite :)
Podcast Tuesday: “If you throw technology at a broken school system, do you get a digital broken school system?” with Olli Vallo
In today’s episode Gerhard visited the wonderful people at Kokoa Agency to have a chat with Olli Vallo. Olli was originally a class teacher, but then found his passion for EdTech during his PhD studies, when he worked with a company that developed a music platform for schools.
Startup Adventure Friday: India’s push for improved educational foundation of its future researchers
Writing this on my way back from an amazing week at India’s Department of Biotechnology (DBT) sponsored EDTECH CAMPUS event for exploring collaboration options between Finnish and Indian companies, non-profits and academia to innovate improvements to India’s education system.
Startup Adventure Friday: Partnering with Indian companies to improve Indian school experiences
Thinking of the Indian context, LUPO EDU could be viewed as a shortcut for improving the quality of teaching of India’s millions of existing teachers. The LUPO cards are low-cost and low-tech, not requiring huge investments nor computing resources in the classroom. The online resources are highly scalable at a low cost, enabling continued training of existing teachers as well as teacher students. We currently offer face-to-face trainings, which we would like to explore scaling with Indian teacher training companies as well as by developing online versions of these courses.