Eupheus Learning has introduced a supplement to classroom teaching – Step and Learn, powered by Wizefloor – an award winning interactive floor from Denmark.
The solution developed by Aarhus University and the Alexandra Institute in Denmark is developed with focus on kids from 3 to 12 years and also on kids with special needs. Step and Learn promotes collective and differentiated learning styles and needs through play and physical activity.
Speaking about the association, Principal Software Architect, Alexandra Institute A/S and Product Manager, Wizefloor Kaspar Rosengreen said, “We at The Alexandra Institute A/S use breakthrough tracking technology, which is supported by scientific research. Based on almost nine years of research and development, this interactive product stimulates the sensory system by staging a playful atmosphere for movement, and it improves collaboration and teamwork among children from a young age. Our objectives resonate with those of Euphues Learning as we also believe in creating stimulating learning experiences for children through differentiated solutions.”
Step and Learn makes it possible for teachers to develop customised learning games as per the needs of an individual school.
Eupheus Learning Managing Director and Co-founder Sarvesh Shrivastava said, “Our vision is to offer pedagogically differentiated technology driven solutions to the Pre-K to 12 segment. Step and Learn is a proud recipient of a Red Dot Design Award as “Best of the Best in Education” under the name Wisdom Well. It offers the key to the best kinaesthetic mode of learning for kids of the age group of 3-12 years, as it improves their learning by activating the gross motor functions.”