Digg Læring lab is a part of Knappskog school. A primary school outside of Bergen. We started our dig learning project in 2015 and was fully digital in 2017. The fact that we are fully digital allows us to achieve even more than with traditional educational classwork.
With the help of digital devices and tools we have turned around our teaching strategies and methods. Our goal is that our pupils will not only learn the same as other pupils at the same age, but even more. Our focus is on learning, motivation and achievement for the pupils. We have tried to turn around the traditional teaching to better equip our pupils with the 21st century skills. We have also had coding on the schedule since we started our digital project.
The makerspace is available for all the teachers and students at the school. The makerspace is our way to combine science, technology, engineering, mechanics and arts and crafts – STEM activities!
Our makerspace is equipped with innovative technologies, such as 3D-printers, vinyl-cutters laptops, microcontrollers, small robots, drones, and VR/AR units. We also have an AR sandbox.
We have a small cooperation with Acos, a local IT company.
Ingvild Vikingsen Skogestad, Digg learning coordinator and teacher
Fjæreidevegen 30, 5360 Kolltveit, Norway