Following is a brief introduction to projects where ViLLE has been used. If you're interested to set up or participate in an educational project using ViLLE, please contact us.
Learning paths in mathematics and Finnish as mother tongue (partly funded by Finnish Ministry of Culture and Education) are being implemented in several elementary schools in South-Western Finland. In the project the classes participating have one lesson a week transformed into an electronic ViLLE lesson, where they practice the topics using different kinds of automatically assessed exercises and drilling games in ViLLE. The goal of the project is to improve learning results and motivation, and finally form a personalized learning path for each student, where the environment can automatically adapt to student's skills and learning preferences.
Programming course for secondary school is a project funded by the LUMA Centre Finland. The goal of the project is to develop materials for a technology-enhanced programming course to be used by students at ages of 13 to 15.
Programming course for high school is a project funded by Finnish national board of education. The goal of the project is to develop materials for a technology-enhanced programming course to be used by students at ages of 16 to 19.
ViLLE Training for teachers is a project funded by by the LUMA Centre Finland. In the project, the participating teachers are given advanced ViLLE training on three separate modules, including mathematics, evaluation / assessment and tutorials.
Using Learning analytics with ViLLE is a project funded by University of Turku. The goal of the project is to develop learning analytics using automatically collected data to predict student performance in courses, and to detect students in danger of dropping out.
Electronic exams in high schools (funded by Finnish national board of education) is a project where course exams in high schools are transformed into electronic exams using ViLLE.
MatViLLE 1 and 2 were projects funded by the Technology Industries of Finland Centennial Foundation. In the projects, new exercise types and contents for mathematics learning were developed for elementary and high school levels.
The national assessment of Finnish as a mother tongue by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture was partly implemented using ViLLE in early 2014. This was followed by the national assessments in mathematics and in sustainable development in 2015 by Finnish Education Evaluation Centre. In the assessment, 2000 to 4000 students from randomly selected schools around Finland used ViLLE to answer the questions and surveys.