We have three winning teams!!
Discover the name of the three teams that made it to the highest and last step of DigiEduHack 2021.
We are proud to announce that
are the three Global Award Winners of DigiEduHack 2021.
A huge round of applause for the three winning teams, but also for all the participants, hosts, mentors, co-organisers, jury members, steering group members that made this event possible.
Together for a more sustainable world in digital education.
After a public vote held on the Unite Ideas platform that saw 2004 cast bulletins, three solutions have been designated DigiEduHack 20221 Global Award Winners. Each team will get a 5000€ reward, and the winning team members are nominated DigiEduHack Global Ambassadors.
The Global Award winning solutions in detail
Created by the team 11Chips (Italy): Riccardo Carretta, Francesco Coppola, Giulia Paludo, Teresa Rizzi, Martina Vincoli.
Hachi (465 votes) is an online visualizing tool that enhances creative and critical thinking. More about this solution https://digieduhack.com/en/solutions/hachi
Created by the team GoGreen (Israel): Karina Batat, Zohar Alon, Tal Shimoni, Orly Shemesh, Halit Chernobrov, Sivan Elmaliach, Smadar Alon.
GoGreen (395 votes) is an app that accelerates the transition to a paperless school. More about this solution https://digieduhack.com/en/solutions/gogreen
Created by the team Beesmart (Slovenia): Franci Klavž, Urška Šmajs.
Beesmart (377 votes) is an interactive beekeeping app that everything beekeepers from all around the world need to tend their bees. More about this solution https://digieduhack.com/en/solutions/beesmart
The awarding ceremony for DigiEduHack 2021 will take place online on 9.6.22, marking the continuation of their journey for the three selected teams. The awarding ceremony will be presided by Themis Christophidou, Director-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture of the European Commission and will be opened by Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth. More news on the DigiEduHack Twitter account here.