To inspire every kid to work on their strengths and prepare them for their best future.
To provide the best personalized learning experience possible.
Why do we care?
We say everyone has the right for education but the level of education is different even by the class at the same school if you have a different teacher. Education shouldn’t be a matter of luck. I was lucky and now I want it for everyone. I was fast at math and had amazing teachers at primary and secondary school. They nurtured the love for math in me. They prepared harder exercises for me so I can get better and won’t get bored. But it was a real luck. In other subjects I was bored and received many notes from teachers about my behaviour during classes.
Some people tell me I’m different but who isn’t? We are all unique and need a bit of a different approach. Some tell me I’m crazy as my answer to the sentence: “It’s not possible“ is always: “It’s not possible just yet“. I believe that just a few things are really impossible now and even from those many will be possible in the future.
I wanted to change the world for the better since I can remember and I believe now is the right time. We are totally aware we picked the hard way but we truly believe that now even with the current pandemic is the best time to start and use the technology to bring the education system into the 21st century.
So when if not now?
We are connected by the desire to change the world for the better
And we think that changing how the education system works is the best possible way. We love technology and we believe that combined with the human approach and creativity of teachers, the use of technology is a way to bring the change to life.
technology enthusiast with a desire to change the world
applies the experience from big companies to transfer the world of education into the 21st century
avid student of ScioSchool
passionate elementary school student
Ema and Anička are students who have a passion and desire to change education with us. And we’re glad to have them on the team, because how could we change the world of education if we didn’t ask the opinion of those who matter the most?