haikara is a multi-disciplinary team of 15 employees reinforced by a network of partners for the most advanced expertise.

haikara supports its customers in the development and implementation of their digital training program. We bring advice and expertise to design the supports that meet training and evaluation needs. Our productions are heavily scripted with rich-media to promote immersion, motivation of learners and facilitate learning.

We take part in all phases of projects: choice of training devices, design and production of media, implementation of evaluation and certification solution, deployment on LMS, and communication plan.

Our clients rely on us for the making of innovative “tailor-made” courses: product training and sales methods, business, management, Serious games.

We work for major accounts, particularly in the pharmaceutical, banking, cosmetics and hospitality industries.


Institute for Progressive Education

The Institute for Progressive education (IPE) is a Bulgarian NGO whose main mission is to contribute to the creation of an education system that supports kids to meet the challenges of the 21st century. IPE achieves this through implementing innovative teaching practices and systems, supporting the professional development of teachers, and conducting systemic research.

The Institute for Progressive Education works to support schools and teachers to achieve an educational environment where everyone reaches and fulfills her full potential in the name of an active, sustainable and prosperous Bulgarian society. The four main projects IPE carries out are:

  • JUMP Math:  an innovative Canadian math teaching program aimed for students. The program has been introduced in the Ministry of Education register for teacher qualification and in IPE’s School for teachers.
  • Teacher trainings: the IPE has started the initiative “School for teachers”. The Academy for schools and teachers develops teacher training modules responding to teachers’ needs for professional development, with a portfolio of more than 50 trainings includes the best world recognized teaching and learning practices and theories.
  • Policy making and evaluation: IPE  is  actively  involved  in  carrying  out  analyses  and  making  recommendations  on  the secondary   legislation   to   the   new   Education   Act and its implementation the last 4 years.
  • A model of Progressive school: following an extensive consultation and planning process, it September 2016 IPE created the model and opened its first progressive school integrating JUMP Math, International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program, and the Montessori approach. Now the schools and chain of Progressive schools are independent entities.

More information about IPE’s activity and programs can be found on www.progresivno.org

As a member of the Chapter of Management Schools within the Conference of Grande Écoles, ICN is one of the oldest business schools in France.

It was created by the University of Nancy and the Meurthe-et-Moselle Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In 2003, the Nancy Commercial Institute became ICN Business School, a state-approved private higher education institution that is partnered with the University of Lorraine.

In 1999, ICN Business School founded the Artem Alliance with the Nancy School of Art and Design and Mines Nancy. This innovative alliance promotes the mixing of academic disciplines and learning, coupled with creativity and innovation, to train the next generation of decision-makers and creators.

ICN holds accreditation from EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB, and its Master’s in Management has been recognised as one of the best in the world by the Financial Times.

By offering an innovative, cross-disciplinary education, ICN Business School’s mission is to prepare students to become responsible professionals who possess the necessary skills to work in a global business environment. ICN Business School is involved in creating knowledge at the frontiers of art, management and technology, as a means of contributing to the development of usable knowledge and sustainable practices in the field of organisational management.

At ICN Research is at the heart of our activities. Our research addresses some of the most important and challenging issues facing business and society, advances management practice, and forms the basis for impactful engagement with business leaders.
Research also benefits our students directly: it ensures that they receive the high-quality education they deserve, and equips them with the skills and competencies they need for a successful career in an increasingly complex world

Research at ICN is rooted in the transdisciplinary philosophy of ArtTechnologyManagement. It is inspired by the idea that borders have become territories to be explored. An integral part of ICN since 1999, at a time when research was still in its early stages at the school, ARTEM has shaped the policy of faculty recruitment, particularly with regard to research behaviors and approaches. While culture cannot be managed directly, it can be nourished and encouraged by a consistent recruitment policy that allows for the creation of an innovative and unique spirit;

The University of Lorraine’s research laboratories are a cornerstone of the School’s research eco-system. Through them ICN faculty can connect to larger scientific networks and extended resources to engage in innovative joint research and the dissemination and transfer of results. The scope of research reaches from regional projects to multinational cooperation and also includes joint PhD thesis supervision.

Associazione docenti e dirigenti scoalstici italiani

ADI is a cultural not for profit organization recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education as a qualified Association in the training of  Italian Teachers and School Managers. ADI has always been attentive to innovations emerging all over the world to develop new teaching methodologies. ADi goals are

1) prepare teachers and schools to foster the creative and innovative potential of young people through formal and non-formal learning. 

2) foster schools to develop innovative curricola

3)  promote better school and life inclusion for  students and teachers

4) promote the Creation of trasnational innovative teaching strategies

5) build a culture of innovation in  schools over the years

6) achieve teacher higher professional development

ADi organizes, every February , an international congress on education with a special interest on  vocational and technical education.

ADi website is well known in Italy and it is highly consulted by education professionals (http://www.adiscuola.it). The association also writes a monthly on line magazine which reaches more than 10 000 teachers and school directors all over Italy.

ADI represents a highly qualified organization which is currently cooperating with schools all over Italy and Europe.

It trains young teachers , teachers and school directors, it organizes courses and congress on innovative teaching methods to develop youth competences

Company profile

Elidea Psicologi Associati (Elidea Associated Psychologists) was founded in 2006 as a project by Andrea Mazzeo and Enrica Piermattei, organizational psychologists and founding partners. Its mission is to improve the psychological well-being of individuals and organizations. Through its activities Elidea supports people and groups to develop attitudes, skills and behaviors, to overcome resistance and difficulty, to strengthen skills and bring out the potential energies. These objectives are pursued through the integration of the following different forms of intervention: – Soft skills training – Assessment center, recruitment and selection process – Design tools to evaluate soft skills – Career guidance – Personal Coaching – Work-related stress risk evaluation – Burnout evaluation – Training for trainers. Today, Elidea can count on a network of various psychologists: 2 partners, 2 senior associates, 5 junior associates.

AEG Berrikuntza Profesionalen Eskola / Professional Innovation School is a Higher Education Institution in Vocational Education and Training, EQF level 5, located in San Sebastián-Donostia, Spain. It is staffed by 25 teachers and administrative personnel. We provide an average of 250 students with courses in 4 VET fields:

1 Textile and Fashion: Pattern Making and Fashion Design, Costume Design
2 Computing: Web Applications Development, Network Administration
3 Business Administration and Finance
4 Marketing and Advertising

Besides, we also have lifelong learning courses for active workers (courses approved by HOBETUZ http://www.hobetuz.com/) and refresh and retraining courses for the unemployed (approved by LANBIDE http://www.lanbide.euskadi.eus/inicio-lanbide/). Finally, we also reach a number of students through our online courses offer.

Different Certifications have been issued to our institution, such as EFQM Silver Q (2005) and International Organization for Standardization ISO 9001/2018 for Quality Management, ISO 27001/2014 for Information Security and IQNET for Information Security Management System, and ISO 14001/2015 for the Environment among other minor certifications and compliance diplomas. All Certifications have been periodically updated and all are currently valid.

Regionally, our institution is a member of AICE-IZEA (https://www.aice-izea.com/), which groups 46 other schools in three provinces. For a list of other institutions we are involved with, log on http://www.aeg.eus/es/escuela-superior-donostia/ and scroll down until you find “Colaboramos con organizaciones educativas y empresariales”. We also have a strong partnership with TKNIKA (https://tknika.eus/en/), the Basque Government Agency for the Development of VT.

On a national level, we are members of ASOCIACIÓN FPEMPRESA (https://fpempresa.net/). As regards internationalization, we have been taking part in ERASMUS+ programmes for over 22 years, both for students mobilities and cooperation projects with other teaching institutions.

Saulkrasti Secondary School is a comprehensive education institution in Saulkrasti,Latvia. In school studies took place from 1st to 12th grade, it’s the biggest and best school in region. There are 3 buildings in our school located in different parts of Saulkrasti town. Approximately 700 students and 70 teachers. Saulkrasti School is well known Erasmus project coordinator in Latvia, with expierienced pedagogical team. Learning methods are based on best Scandinavian practices, using latests technologies. Working with IteachWell team Saulkrasti school will provide project with newest data on teachers technostress in Latvia, also contribute to peer-tp-peer support programm.

90th School “General Hose de San Martin”

90th School “Gen. Hose de San Martin” in Sofia is a high school in the biggest suburb in Sofia – Lulin, with more than 800 students and a staff of more than 70 teachers.

– The schools’ vision for development is based on the values of tolerance, honour, and love for knowledge, cooperation and growth mindset.

– The school is a community centre and has a policy for “open doors” and parent-led events. It has a status of an “innovative school” given by the Ministry of Education and applies several educational innovations – project-based learning, JUMP Math methodology, students’ mentorship and an integrated STEM approach, aiming to create and apply a unique educational model of teaching and learning.

– The school works on an innovative programme in primary school which includes a unique timetable and some subjects, like “Fairy-tale world”, “Culture and History of Bulgaria”, “Environmental protection”. There is an energiser at the beginning of each day, a specific time for relaxing and reflexion.

– In secondary and high school we implement the so called “Big Questions”, which is an elaboration of a project leading to the answer of a question that is not usually asked at school, like “How would homes look on other planets?”, “How to take a cat to the Moon”, among many others. This year we had our first joint project with a school from Rosario, Argentina, in which we had the same question we had to create a product.

– The last 5 years the school has gone through a holistic school transformational process in which the entire pedagogical staff has been involved. Teachers are actively involved in the implementations of several big projects and activities:

– The creation of an innovative STEM environment and the preparation and training of the teachers on various topics related to an integrated method of teaching and learning.

– Elevating teachers’ ICT competencies has been one of the school’s top priorities. In order to help students be confident creators with digital resources teachers need to be digitally competent themselves, and for this means they have participated in constant professional development activities and training.

– The school has many ongoing activities supported by educational organisations and non-profits.

– Skills for team work – teachers plan collaboratively and reflect their pedagogical experience.