Jeroen Krouwels (1964) graduated as an educationalist in the late 1980s, specialising in modern foreign languages. A career as a French and English teacher in secondary education was an obvious choice, but things turned out differently. He became an ICT teacher and later co-owner at an ICT Training Institute, where, at 33e joined the board. He changed the company from a classroom training institute to an EdTech company when he saw that computers were starting to explain themselves at the dawn of the e-learning era in the late 1990s.
He has experienced first-hand what digital transformation means and how to lead it, as well as what the development of technology means for what we learn, where and when we learn and how we learn. For more than 15 years, he has been involved as a guest lecturer in the post-bachelor E-learning at the Foundation for Corporate Education and in various course programmes of SBO-Euroforum. He is currently director and co-owner of hihaho interactive video, an international edtech.
Jeroen argues for a new vision of learning in a technology-driven world and knows how to interpret how we can look at learning and training differently in an inspiring way.