Employee welfare research and counselling

14. September 2021

Strong mental health and general well-being of employees help to increase work efficiency. We conduct research that maps and helps to monitor indicators of interest to employers both over time and by groups. By analyzing the data collected and relying on academic knowledge, we can provide evidence-based …

Trials of innovative social- and welfare services, virtual reality solutions

14. September 2021

Testing various social and welfare services before deployment, testing and combining smart devices and aids, simulation and virtual reality solutions in social work.

Mapping the experiences, needs and coping strategies of parents of children with chronic diseases

11. August 2021

Often, healthcare services are patient-centered and lack family-centeredness, where the needs of parents and coping with a child’s illness are relegated to the background. The research method uses semi-structured interviews to describe parents’ experiences and needs, and a validated questionnaire to …

Inspirations on Estonian Educational Innovations

28. January 2021

Success and innovativeness of Estonian educational system is well-known. Would you like to learn about the success factors and good practices for example on teacher training, organisation of inclusive education or youth work. We offer 2 or 4 hours virtual introductions (English, Russian). The programme …

Monitoring the educational institutions

28. January 2021

Change management in organizations

16. January 2019

Adaptive scheduling algorithms for online learning providers

22. December 2017

Learning success in an online environment (e.g. for learning languages, maths, and others) can be improved if it is supported by algorithms that present contents and questions according to the learners learning rate. We offer to support the development of such algorithms in cooperation with online learning …

Continuing education and workshops on effective teaching of STEM and engineering

17. May 2017

Continuing education and workshops on effective teaching of STEM and engineering.Continuing education is based on the curriculum accredited by IGIP “Effective teaching of STEM subjects” (35 ECTS)(igip.org). Graduates of the curriculum may apply for the qualification of and International Engineering …

Development and training services as compact service for companies

17. May 2017

Tallinn University is focusing five areas to achieve coherence with the society and the economy of Estonia. Five focus areas are: educational innovations, digital and media culture, cultural competences, healthy and sustainable lifestyle, society and open governance. Our priority is to create more strategic …

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