Elderberry has worked as coordinator and partner in many international projects.  We bring expertise in the writing and developing of new projects, through the live project phase and ensure wide dissmenination of project results.  Several of these projects have been developed into successful training courses and publications. We use our experience of partnership working and international projects in the operation and management of the company.


  • Ready Set Robot
  • Robotics for Schools
  • Count Me In
  • Mandela27
  • Eduglocal
  • Sharing Landscapes
  • CarES



The objective of "Ready-Set-Robot" is to create greater awareness among young people, parents and society in general about the importance of learning STEM. The future will be shaped by engineers and programmers that create new values. For delivering theis messages, we will take examples of teams of students from Estonia, Swedish, Finnish and Latviann schools and create motivational and educational videos about their work in robotics and project based learning.

The results of this project are intended to have broader use. We have documented the results of First Lego League competitions to use as inspirational instructional video. We have also created instructional videos on how to film using mobile devices, how to film robot projects and how to interview teachers. This is complimented by a methodology handbook and framework for teachers explaining the pedagogical value of video documentation.




Robotics for Schools compares good practice, implementation and planning for Robotics in schools, and develops teaching material for all age ranges of school education. The project brings together partners with expertise in education and the application of Robotics from across northern Europe.


Robotics for Schools is a European Union Erasmus+ project which helps bridge the gap between learners, teachers and curriculum planners in Robotics education.

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Vocational training - people with physical and learning disabilities through cultural activities. LdaV2012 – 2014

Elderberry has developed the training material and a training course.

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Mandela27 examines the cultural changes that occurred in Europe and South Africa through the lens of Nelson Mandela's struggle against apartheid and his time spent in Robben Island Prison.


Elderberry designed the 'DIY Exhibition' and edited the exhibition materials and teachers notes.

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Raising the levels of understanding of ICT and embedded systems for Vocational Education and Training (VET) students.


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Developing interactive and learner-centered methodologies and tackling the main themes of 'Glocal' Education.


Elderberry is developing a new online resource using the webquest methodology. Also creating a new course for teachers and ebook teacher notes.

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An interdisciplinary methodology on teaching outdoors for adult learners.

Elderberry developed content for the book,teachers notes and elearning course; along with creating a successful Sharing Landscapes course.


Vocational training - Emotional intelligence and Social Sensitivity in healthcare. LdaV 2012 – 2014

Elderberry's role has been to test the material.



The SMILE method focuses on how to use archives, libraries, museums and cultural heritage more effectively in education and training.

Elderberry developed content for the book, teachers notes and elearning course. The results are also used in our SMILE course.