Kulosaari Secondary School is educating new generations for the future world with the help of Artome
Kulosaari Secondary School is a private publicly-funded secondary school in Helsinki. It has students from over 40 nationalities and offers teaching in both Finnish and English. They needed new learning facilities and started the construction project to transform the old spaces to meet the needs of the future.
All kinds of spaces and flexible technology
They wanted to offer the students all kinds of spaces and flexible technology to support their success and growth for the future world. Read more why Kulosaari Secondary School chose installation free Artome and how it helped to save time and money all the way from construction to day-to-day work.
“Flexibility is one of the key features of the Finnish education system”
This requires adaptability from the classrooms and other spaces used for learning, as well as choosing the right kind of technology to support that. Hear Lauri Halla, head of School in Kulosaari Secondary School, telling why Artome was the right choice and how it helped to cut costs significantly in planning and cabling.
“Artome offers much less headache than conventional AV-system”
Installation free audiovisual solution supports multiuse classroom spaces and offers various screen sizes depending on how many students there are in the classroom. Hear Aleksi Markkasen, IT-coordinator in Kulosaari Secondary School, telling why adaptable Artome simplifies the day to day ICT work.
“I was able to connect with the classroom through Google Meet”
Artome supports hybrid learning and enables easy communication even if you are attending remotley. Listen Visual Arts and STEAM teacher Erika Perttuli-Borobio telling an example from the real life on how easy-to-use solution saved the day.