We are a passionate Startup who sees an opportunity for innovation in the way we use technology in our learning.
In an analysis made in collaboration with six primary and elementary schools around the country it came to our attention that children, especially in the early years of school, often get stuck in their learning when it becomes difficult. This means that they either lose motivation completely or are in need of input from a teacher. Only few students are self-reflective enough to analyze what went wrong and proceed from there. This is the core problem our startup revolves around.
We are a small team of engineers and student teachers who have developed a platform powered by artificial intelligence for elementary- and primary school maths. The intelligence is able to figure out exactly what error occurred, when a child makes a mistake and the calculations are wrong, and from that give immediate and precise instructions on what to do from there - a kind of always present digital mentor.
We are seeking a committed student for an internship in an ambitious, fast-moving and fun loving new company.
Do you have a flare for fun and engaging graphics?
For this to be a good experience for the children and keep them motivated, we have to focus on progress and not performance. It’s important to highlight that they are getting better regardless of what grade that might translate to. And this is where YOU come in. Gamification is great at visualizing progress and engaging users. We need a student willing to help us develop a fun and engaging user experience. This means developing a great universe with rich characters and graphics fun for kids.
If you are a creative person with a sense of humor and want to be a part of an exciting startup you are the perfect match. You will be working in close colaboration with us and will be having a big impact on how the application will be perceived and experienced.
If you are interested, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We are very flexible and want to hear from as many people as possible – so if you have even the slightest interest give us a call or write!
For those interested, these are some of the artistic styles we would love to see in our application:
For the danes out there, Aarhus Universitet wrote a great article about the project:
Feel free to contact us at any time.
Tel. No: +45 2858 0566