Design Your Dream Learning Day

If you could design your dream learning day, what would it look like? All ideas will be reviewed and the concepts which fulfil the challenge requirements will be presented at Espoo KYKY-fair and at Telia to business developers.
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We are looking for concepts of “The Dream Learning Day” – what would it look like and what role does data play in it? We want you to challenge the traditional school day concept and think outside of the school building.

The world is moving fast and we have to adopt to the changing circumstances faster and faster. Therefore, also the learning environment has to change. The City of Espoo wants to challenge you to reimagine learning and to come up with a concept which makes the whole city a learning environment. Telia on the other hand wants to understand what is the role of networks in the future from education point of view.

Telia and the City of Espoo want to challenge you to create a concept of “The Dream Learning Day”. We encourage you to rethink what education means. Your solution should answer to the following questions:

  • Where do you start your learning day?
  • Where do you learn?
  • Who do you learn with?
  • What kinds of things will you learn and what helps you to learn them?
  • What devices will you use?

After you have determined what your day looks like, let’s dig deeper! What kind of solutions or applications will you need to enable your dream? And what kind of data will you need in order to make your day happen? During the 10 Days 100 Challenges program we will focus on your concept and the role of data in it. We expect that you can describe what kind of data you need to create your concept and how you can collect it. We will provide you with large amount of data that you can use to support your concept. However, we do not expect you to develop any applications for your concept.

We are looking for a concept, where the role of data is clearly defined, to be presented to the experts from Telia and Espoo, and the concepts which fulfill the challenge requirements will be presented at Espoo KYKY-fair and at Telia to business developers.

We are super excited to get you on board! Below, you can find out in more detail how we will help you to succeed.



To enable your success, we will be helping you through the whole 10 Days 100 Challenges program. This means that our experts will be helping you during the two weeks. We have divided the two weeks in three parts: First, we will spend four days creating your concept of “The Dream Learning Day”. Second, we will use three days to collect and analyze the required data. Third, we will put everything together and design a killer presentation which will impress everyone in the room!

Here are the experts who will be there to help you:

  • Smart Learning Environment Expert (Espoo)
  • Pedagogic Expert (Espoo)
  • Smart City Expert (Espoo)
  • Data Expert (Espoo)
  • New Business Development (Telia)
  • Service Designer (Telia)
  • 5G Expert (Telia)

You will have access to different kinds of open data about the capital area and you can use any data that you can find. For example, you can use the following source: A data expert from the City of Espoo will also be there to help you find the data you need. And if you really want to challenge yourself, we will provide you with an IoT setup, which you can use to measure and collect data by yourself! More info about data and collecting it will be provided at the beginning of the program.

If you want to get to know little bit about the challenge subject, please see the assets on the “Resources” tab.


People – contact us beforehand

If you have anything you would want to ask us, please do not hesitate to contact us! Here are the people you can contact regarding your question:

Lotta Salminen – Service Designer at Telia

“I work with different kinds of projects from 5G and robotics to eSports and education. I also study at the moment, so I am especially excited to get to work with students!”

Contact me: or +358 403021822


Juha Arjoranta – New Business Developer at Telia

“It is really inspiring for me to work with professionals in the field of learning in various development projects. Typical projects include new business development co-operation with cities as well as innovation-startups emerging from Finnish pedagogics.”

Contact me: or +358 400434794


Harri Luttinen – Chief digital officer at Espoo education and culture department

I work with the big picture of digitalization in Espoo department of education and culture. I work with several projects with the city departments and companies, and our goal is to offer the best possible learning environments for our schools.”

Contact me: or +358 438272256



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