Welcome to the leading EdTech event in the Nordics

KnowHow EdTech will present you with the newest of innovative solutions, trends and driving forces in EdTech.

See you on the 27th September 2018!

Theme 2018: Collaboration and sharing



First speaker announced: Devin Vodicka, AltSchool

Devin Vodicka will be a keynote speaker at EdTech 2018.
AltSchool is among the 14 most innovative schools in the world (Business Insider). Personalized and social-emotional learning is prioritized. Over the past 20 years, Devin’s vision for how to drive high-quality student outcomes enabled him to quickly ascend the roles of educator, school principal, district administrator, and superintendent. During his Superintendent tenure serving Vista Unified’s more than 25,000 students, Devin has earned some of the education industry’s most prestigious awards.

Since joining Vista in 2012, he was invited to the White House nine times; both in recognition for district-wide achievements and to partner on national efforts with the U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Technology, and the Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools.

As AltSchool’s Chief Impact Officer, Devin guides the design and strategy of the company’s personalized learning platform, as it prepares the platform for expansion into a growing community of private, charter and public schools.




KnowHow EdTech program 2017

Speakers and presentations

Speakers 2017


Stavanger Forum

As smart cities, we need to use the best educational tools to create the employees of the future. KnowHow EdTech will inspire and give you some ideas on how.

KnowHow EdTech will provide the best regional, national and international speakers

We will present innovation, trends and benchmark practices, and the driving forces in current education. We will talk about the students of the future who will be technology-skilled employees when they enter the job market with certain expectations about how to work together through efficient use of technology. We address education at both primary, secondary and higher education levels.

The target group for educational technology is threefold;

  • educators (teachers, lecturers, principles, classroom assistants)
  • business developers (training, qualifications and expertise), and last, but not least,
  • politicians and managers (involved in legislation and policy making)

The main topics for EdTech:

  • What happens with teaching and training when students bring their own devices?
  • How do we work, generate content and how do we evaluate students?