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Creativity, Imagination and Digital Technology 

12-16 November 2018


#Creative 100 Exhibition of Creative, Imaginative EduTech Solutions
About #Creative 100 EduTech Exhibition

#Creative100 as part of Symposium on Creative Education is the leading conference in Education domain bringing together EduTech experts, teachers, educators, school owners, innovators and industry influencers from global education companies. Now in its sixth year, Credu 2018 will connect 400+ global attendees and feature over 50+ speakers to showcase EdTech innovations and perspectives from around the world.

Why visit ?
Exhibit your innovative EduTech solution on most creatively addicted platform and in front of educators and decision makers looking for the pedagogical  solutions
  • Join the hub of Creative education - where entrepreneurs, school owners and educators gather together to redefine the education through creativity

  • Finland and Education innovations are synonymous words

  • Get connected with teachers, and experiment with schools from 25 countries.

Who can attend?
Call For Papers
Call for Exhibitors

Learning and development professionals involved with any aspect of organisational learning and learning technology: 

Heads of Learning and Development • Teachers  • Principals  • Learning and Development Managers • Organisational Development Directors • e-Learning Directors / Managers • IT Directors / Managers • Training Directors / Managers • HR Directors / Managers • Chief Learning Officers • Heads of Talent Management • Performance Improvement Managers 

Interested in Exhibiting at #Creative100 EduTech Exhibition? 

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6th Symposium Past Conferenc Info
Collaboration and Partners



Tampere University of Technology

Korkeakoulunkatu 10,
FI-33720 Tampere






Note: The venue for the Symposium is Tampere University of Technology. Kindly do not communicate with the university for any of the questions related to Symposium. The replies for the queries will be entertained only at


Godi Keller

Internationally recognized and popular educator, lecturer, writer and an expert consultant to public and private educational institutions

Known as the world's best story-teller.He taught children and adolescents in Waldorf schools for more than eighteen years.  Worked as a teacher in the Rudolf Steiner University College in Oslo and elsewhere in Europe for over a decade.Godi Keller is also a lecturer in the training for Waldorf teachers and educators in Ljubljana, where he has been inspiring the future teachers and educators for more than seven years.

His remarkable ear for the concerns of young people has led him to counseling for the young who have dropped out of school and are looking for their place in the society.

Ritta Juusenaho

Former Research and Evaluation Manager in the City of Tampere

Dr. Riitta Juusenaho is an expert of Finnish education system. She has 27 years of experience as a teacher and a principal in comprehensive education and she has made her doctoral dissertation in 2004 about leadership and management styles of Finnish comprehensive school principals from the perspective of gender.  

Dr. Juusenaho has also worked as a Research and Evaluation Manager in the City of Tampere and her main task then was to develop evaluation systems of public services in the City of Tampere. After this, she worked four years as a Project Director in TOP School -project. Her responsibility then was to develop and to coordinate widely learning environments at every educational level so that schools in the City of Tampere can respond to the need of 21st-century skills and to offer the best possible learning experiences for all children and youth.


Riitta Juusenaho has worked also as a Director of Education and Culture in a municipality called Ruovesi. At the moment she works as a Project Director in Tampere Adult Education Center. Her task here is to develop Educational School Camps for international students all over the world.

Kari Louhivuori

Veteran Teacher and ex-Principal of Kirkkojarvi School, Espoo

Kari Louhivuori has 40 years of experience as a teacher and 30 years as a principal in Finnish School. He has been instrumental in developing Finnish learning experiences since the 1970s. He has been demonstrating the new teaching methods in Finnish education that he is using with his students.

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