Participants of the 2023/2024 Academic Year

   Ehte Humanitarian Gymnasium

Focus on creating a system for developing self-regulating learners.

Hiiu School

Aim to create a support system for students with special educational needs (SEN) based on early identification and intervention, supporting both students and teachers.

Tallinn Lilleküla Gymnasium

The goal is to develop a school model that supports the development of learning skills.

Türi Basic School

Challenge is to change the culture of learning and teaching.

Kadrina High School Aim to implement a modern learning approach in the school's curriculum (keywords: integration and collaboration, teachers and students as self-directed learners).

Participants of the 2022/2023 Academic Year

   Oskar Luts Palamuse Gymnasium

Supporting student learning motivation through interdisciplinary integration.

Tallinn Mustamäe Gymnasium

Supporting the development of self-directed learners through formative assessment.

Tallinn Mahtra Basic School

Supporting student learning and social competencies through phenomenon-based learning.

Tartu Veeriku School

Understanding the nature of learning and using effective learning strategies.

Participants of the 2021/2022 Academic Year

   Kalamaja Basic School

System to support the well-being of SEN students.

Tallinn Arte Gymnasium

School-wide standardized lesson structure.

Valga Basic School

Developing the skill of setting achievable learning goals.

Viljandi Jakobson School

Increasing learning motivation through the development of learning skills.

Võru Kreutzwald School

Learning based on individual progress in tempo groups.

Participants of the 2020/2021 Academic Year

  Luua Forestry School

Updating and adapting the learning organization to individual student needs.

Tallinn Service School

Creating a learning-enhancing environment through promoting collaborative teaching.

Ilmatsalu Basic School

Developing learning competencies among students and teachers.

Kallavere High School

Developing a school-wide language learning work mode

Rapla Central School

Creating a systematic approach through student self-regulation and guidance in learning skills.

Participants of the 2019/2020 Academic Year

  Tartu Forselius School

Developing student self-management skills through the Ahhaa school model.

Tartu Private School 

Developing student self-analysis skills based on metacognition.

Open School 

Developing and assessing learning skills.

Raasiku Basic School

Interdisciplinary integration in the 6th grade.

Viimsi Gymnasium

Developing a mentoring program for students.

Kadrioru German Gymnasium

Understanding creative projects - students perceive creative work as purposeful activities connected with other subjects.

Participants of the 2018/2019 Academic Year

   Väätsa Basic School

Integrated curricula for 7th-8th grades.

Tallinn Art Gymnasium

Extracurricular activities to increase student motivation.

Peetri Kindergarten-Basic School

Developing project-based learning days that encompass digital competencies through collaborative methods.

Pelgulinna Gymnasium

Developing a school model that supports the formation of learner self-regulation and learning skills.

Ruila Basic School

Integration of subject, extracurricular, and hobby activities.