Kinderpedia integrates tailored functionalities for the planning and monitoring of school operations, class management, progress monitoring, parent communication, and automatizes the invoicing of tuition fees.
Using Kinderpedia will bring the Maple Bear network in 32 countries around the world an integrated digital framework, which includes user management, communication, class management, financial and operational functionalities. The app is already being used for more than two years by two dynamic and innovative Maple Bear communities – Maple Bear CEE and Maple Bear UAE. The global roll-out of the solution is scheduled to occur over the next 18 months. New Maple Bear schools will open with Kinderpedia and the existing schools are invited to transition to the platform based on an implementation calendar, with assisted onboarding, user migration, personalized training and access to a diversified range of tutorials and usage guides.
“Innovative technology solutions is a key component of Maple Bear’s value offering, and partnering with Kinderpedia allows us to provide our teaching staff with intuitive tools to simplify their administrative tasks and make their work much more effective. The mobile app also allows us to open a channel of communication with our families, who play a critical role in collaborating with us in their children’s education journey. For our school owners and partners across the world, Kinderpedia provides an end-to-end school management tool, to ease administration and financial tasks in their regional networks, enhance transparency and dialogue and promote best practices.” Stated Arno Krug, CEO of Maple Bear Global Schools.
Maple Bear brings the best of Canadian bilingual education to the world by offering high quality education to prepare students to succeed in life. Canada’s education system consistently ranks among the best in the world. In 2018, the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) ranked Canada #1 in the English-speaking world in science, math and reading. The Maple Bear model aims to provide a complete education of the child - physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially, in which three components are fundamental: creativity, collaboration and critical thinking. There are currently more than 44,000 students enrolled in 550+ Maple Bear early childhood, elementary, middle, and high schools in 32 countries around the world.
“Joining forces with Maple Bear Global Schools, one of the fastest growing private education brands in the world, is an amazing opportunity to prove how beneficial innovative technology is for helping schools and nurseries improve their overall management processes. By empowering teachers, school managers, students and parents with user-friendly and highly engaging digital products, education takes a huge leap into the future. We are happy and proud that Kinderpedia and Maple Bear already collaborate and share established best practices in several geographies. By taking our partnership one step further, we bring together world-class education and world-class technology, at a global level.” stated Daniel Rogoz, CEO and Co-founder of Kinderpedia.
Kinderpedia was built with the belief that the education of tomorrow relies on visionary schools and childcare centers, with inspiring and empowered teaches using innovative technology, relevant, interactive content and real-time communication to shape the minds and hearts of today’s digital-native children. The complete communication and management solution dedicated to education aims to transform the way schools work through technology, on one side, by optimising their administrative processes and, on the other, by placing student-teacher-parent collaboration right at the core of the learning act. Developed to aid education institutions worldwide, Kinderpedia is securely hosted in cloud, on AWS, it is multi-language and multi-currency and it works as a native mobile app for both teachers and families. 2,000 schools and kindergartens are registered on Kinderpedia today, from 14 countries on 4 continents, totalling more than 200,000 student accounts.