Sebastian Waack

Sebastian Waack

"As a teacher I have seen that my students can give me the most valuable feedback to improve my teaching and their learning. That’s why I build Edkimo.”

Sebastian is Edkimo’s CEO and responsible for product development, questionnaires and statistics. He is a science teacher at Campus Ruetli in Berlin. As a consultant he has accompanied schools and teachers who wanted to build up a feedback culture in the classroom. He has written several books and papers on student feedback and school development. He blogs about Visible Learning.

sebastian@edkimo.com

Jessica Zeller

Jessica Zeller

“I believe in schools as places for democratic participation that are constantly and jointly created and improved by students, teachers, parents and school leaders.”

Jessica is a media expert and journalist. She helps teachers and school leaders use Edkimo and is responsible for press inquiries. Jessica has worked for the German school network „School without racism - school with courage” and is the first person to ask when it comes to project management in schools. As a journalist she has produced many radio programs for kids at Deutschlandradio Kultur.

jessica@edkimo.com

Kai-Roman Ditsche-Klein

Kai-Roman Ditsche-Klein

“I am convinced that technology and digital literacy should be learned in a positive and creative way. School is the best place for that. With Edkimo we build the tool.”

Kai codes Edkimo and has designed our website. He is a social scientist, data analyst and frontend developer with a passion for design. He likes Javascript, NoSQL and data visualizations. As a researcher he concentrates on civil society and internet governance. Prior to Edkimo he has worked for InWEnt – Capacity Building International, a German federal development agency.

kai@edkimo.com

Prof. Dr. Mathias Fuchs

Prof. Dr. Mathias Fuchs

"We selected Edkimo as a flagship research project at Leuphana University. Since then I have accompanied the project as a scientific consultant."

Mathias is a media scientist and professor at the Institute for Media Culture and Aesthetics at Leuphana University. From 2012 to 2015 he led the research project "Art and Civic Media" and the Gamification Lab at the Innovation Incubator, where Edkimo was developed. His research focuses on critical reflection on gamification and digital cultures. He is editor of the open access publication "Diversity of Play" and co-editor of the handbook "Rethinking Gamification".

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