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Experience Workshop is a Finnish expert company of innovative education. With us anybody can learn mathematics through the arts, and make art with mathematics. Our aim is to involve children, parents and teachers into a vibrant and creative dialogue between the mathematical and artistic way of looking at the world.
Experience Workshop offers online and offline training in STEAM, multidisciplinary learning and Finnish education. We also provide professional development programs and curriculum advisory training for all those people and institutions, who want to invest in their future.
Experience Workshop’s toolkits span K-12 education. Choose your school box and we round it up with a free online training course. Get to know 4DFrame, LUX, Poly-Universe, Itsphun, Mondrian Blocks and other brands from our webshop.
Experience Workshop researches STEM and STEAM education; inquiry-based, cooperative, playful and experience-oriented mathematics education; connects hands-on activities with digital modeling; combines science and art; covers phenomenon-based and multidisciplinary learning. We develop resources for teachers, parents and students: books, methodological resources, scientific articles, a lot of which is available open-access.
Experience Workshop was launched as the collaborative effort of mathematicians, visual artists, teachers, parents and children in 2008. Over the years we have organized countless math-art-education events, exhibitions, workshops, seminars and trainings all over Europe and Africa, America, Asia, Australia. The members of our international network are teachers, artists, scholars, craftsmen and toymakers from all over the world.
- Dr. Kristóf Fenyvesi (researcher, University of Jyväskylä), Bridges Organization‘s Director of Community Events
- Nóra Somlyódy journalist, CEO & founder of Experience Workshop ay, Jyväskylä, Finland
- Eszter Kovács, Erasmus+ expert, language teacher
- Dr. Zsolt Lavicza, education researcher, University of Cambridge – Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
- Matias Kaukolinna, mathematics, physics and chemistry teacher, Helsinki, Finland