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Inspiration

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Inspiration

HOW DOES IT WORK?

SHARING KNOWLEDGE

The definition of KIDDIFY is “to nourish the innate curiosity and creativity that all individuals have when they are born”.

KIDDIFY is a peer-to-peer video platform where children and youth aged 8 through 18 can share their skills and talents with each other around the world by creating their own video tutorials (how-to-videos).

Each video is then translated into different languages and categorised into the country of origin and by skill. KIDDIFY users can learn new skills, languages, feel empowered and ultimately learn about each other.

Our mandate is to offer children around the world the opportunity to share their skills and talents; to feed their innate curiosity, and support their desire to learn about their peers around the globe. In doing so, we strive to enable them to become empathetic, culturally aware, digitally-able and empowered citizens.

MISSION

We believe that education should be about unfolding one's potential. Individuals learn from experience, looking to others for support and guidance as we build ourselves and, consequently, create our world.

 As technology grows, so does our ability to connect.

KIDDIFY provides the stage for development and expansion by uniting the global community. The video platform gives users the opportunity to learn from their peers while building confidence in their talents and skills.

When children/youth see what their peers are capable of doing, they often feel inspired and motivated to follow suit. The power of peer-inspiration can be powerfully positive, and this is what KIDDIFY seeks to inspire.

TEAM

  • Paula Laurel Jackson PhD

    Paula Laurel Jackson PhD

  • Volker Brümmer

    Volker Brümmer

  • Christian Schubert

    Christian Schubert

  • Gesine Heidelmann

    Gesine Heidelmann

VOLUNTEER

Are you interested to be be a volunteer top support our mission? Then, we are looking forward to receive an email from you on: volunteer@kiddify.com

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