Starting from 2019, foundation Innove is a member of the Consortium of Institutions for Development and Research in Education in Europe (CIDREE). Representative institutions from member states across Europe share their know-how and best practices in the field of general education.
The majority of CIDREE members play a key role in national curriculum reform and development. Some of them also develop national qualifications, assessment and/or examination programs. Other members monitor national assessment and examinations.
Birgit Lao, CEO of foundation Innove believes that as a member of the consortium, Estonia can share educational know-how on a very wide scale. “The future of education is personalized learning through developing metholdologies and digital solutions that make teaching and learning processes more flexible. Innove, being the developer of both national curricula and new digital solutions in education, can cooperate with members of the consortium regarding personalized education.”
Luc Weis, president of CIDREE said that Estonioan experience strenghtens CIDREEES unique position in the field of education in Europe even more. “The know-how coming from Estonia, especially in the field of digital solutions, brings great benefits to all members of the consortium, and gives us the opportunity to try out Estonian solutions in other countries as well.”
International interest in the Estonian education system greatly increased after the results of PISA 2015 were published. This interest has remained high for years now, as we can see from the many international delegations and education experts visiting our educational institutions, schools and kindergartens.
The Consortium of Institutions for Development and Research in Education in Europe (CIDREE) was established in 1990 with the aim of tightening cooperation and exchanging knowledge to promote educational research and development across Europe.
Read more: http://www.cidree.org/