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Spotlight and Campus Seminar Switzerland 2019


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Dieses von der Gebert Rüf Stiftung geförderte Projekt wird von folgenden weiteren Projektpartnern mitgetragen: We Are Play Lab Foundation; HundrED; supported by Gebert Rüf Foundation; Jacobs Foundation; Mercator Stiftung Schweiz; digitalswitzerland.

Project data

Project management

Project description

Identify, inspire and support Swiss kindergarten, primary and secondary school educators who are embracing digital transformation in the classroom in a sound pedagogical way, by experimenting with teaching methods and tools together with their students.

What is special about the project?

Building on the learnings from the first Campus Seminar organised in Zurich in September 2018, Spotlight and Campus Seminar Switzerland focusing on digital transformation at school was launched in 2019. The project aims to inspire and empower Swiss kindergarten, primary and secondary school teachers with actionable insights on digital transformation in the classroom by showcasing emerging good practice from innovative educators and by bringing together a vibrant community of innovators accelerating positive change in education.


In 2019 ten selected exemplary projects focusing on digital transformation in the classrooms were identified by a local expert jury and became part of HundrED’s Spotlight on Switzerland in 2019. The selected innovations were presented and awarded with CHF 120’000 at Campus Seminar Switzerland in autumn 2019. The winning projects were showcased at HundrED’s Global Innovations Summit 2019 in Helsinki and promoted on it sglobal platform.
Campus Seminar Switzerland – key figures: 180 Attendees (two times more than 2018), 8 Keynote speakers, 3 International super star speakers, 10 Awards, 1 Livestream, 1 Graphic recording.



Das Digi-Tal, Blick, 31.10.2019


Persons involved in the project

Christina Riesen linkedin | e-mail, Founder and CEO We Are Play Lab Foundation, project lead
Patricia Schlenter, Network outreach
Marc Bodmer, Cyberculturist
Marco Woldt, Videographer
Gregory Pepper, Design
Lasse Leponiemi, Head of Operations HundrED
Chris Petrie, Head of Global Research HundrED

Last update to this project presentation  30.07.2020