Aktywna Tablica SPE

In cooperation with Learnetic, we have started a project aimed at supporting schools in obtaining funds for solutions tailored to the inclusive education sector. Together, we have prepared a comprehensive offer supporting education of children with special needs. The purchase of our solution will be possible for Polish schools thanks to the governmental program Aktywna Tablica. Check out our dedicated offer for inclusive education.


SkriLab in inclusive education

SkriLab is a comprehensive educational laboratory based on the STEAM methodology, consisting of an online platform containing scenarios and teaching aids for teachers, 3D printer, educational robots, sets of building blocks, programming tools, 3D modeling tools as well as educational mats and cards. How can SkriLab respond to the teaching needs of inclusive schools?


Multisensory involvement of students

3D models “revive” the theoretical issues explained during the lesson, support the cognitive processes of visually impaired people, enabling the use of the sense of touch, and activate students manually and physically.

SkriKit construction blocks support the motor development of students, allow them to practice focus and precision.

Classes lead with the use of SkriBots require physical activity, technical knowledge, observation and testing. Robots support the learning process of students with behavioral disorders. Classes are additionally supported by our mats and educational cards.


Creating aids for supporting various therapies

3D printing enables the efficient creation of numerous teaching aids supporting classes during:

Hand motor therapy

Mathematical therapy

Sensory integration therapy

Therapy developing social skills, including communication

Examples of teaching aids that can be easily designed and produced in 3D printing technology.


SkriLab and inclusion

SkriLab and the assumptions of Skriware Academy are based on:

Team work – functioning in a group, working out a compromise, taking into account different points of view and discussion

Putting the student as an active subject in the teaching process > encouraging independent work, experiments and stimulating creativity

Placing the teacher in the role of a mentor > directing activities, organizing and developing knowledge

Activation by enabling multi-sensory involvement of students, apart from verbal content, also with the use of graphic materials, manual work and physical activity

Building social competences, by encouraging students to share the acquired knowledge with colleagues, SkriLab teaches how to listen, notice and respect others