Spaghetti Brain is a classroom tablet app that gives primary school children personalised support to better understand their own learning.
HOW IT WORKS
The Spaghetti Brain classroom app supports children to better reflect on, monitor and manage their own learning. It works like a digital coach in the moment they get stuck, helping them to identify the problem and prompting them to try different strategies to move forward.
Spaghetti Brain is a social enterprise that aims to empower children to become agents of their own learning. We do this by creating personalised learning resources and experiences, which support children to understand their own learning better. All of our work is designed with the learner at the centre of the process, and is underpinned by rigorous academic research, as well as action research in schools with children and teachers.
Spaghetti Brain was co-founded by Hermione Townsend and Ralf Josef. Hermione has worked in London Primary Schools, is an ambassador of the education charity Teach First and has a masters degree from the Institute of Education. Ralf’s background is in design innovation, both in the public and private sector, in the UK and abroad. He specialises in social impact, co-design and product development. They have both been working together successfully for a couple of years on several projects (see for example studioengage.com).
OUR PARTNERS AND AWARDS
We couldn’t do it alone! Thanks to these organisations and partners, we are able to work on Spaghetti Brain. Their support allows us to develop products that can truly make a difference for our users.