For the past few years Stéphane Vassort from College La Grange Du Bois in Savigny-le-Temple in France has been using Kerika with his middle-school students who have been building 3-wheel trikes as part of their science curriculum.
He recently shared this heartwarming video of his students — surely among the youngest Kerika users in the world! — with the trikes they have built:
If you are a student or teacher, at any public (nonprofit) school or university, you could be eligible for a free Academic & Nonprofit Account that lets you have up to 10 Team Members working across your Kanban, Scrum, and Whiteboards.
Kerika for Academic & Nonprofit teams is full featured; you get
If you need more than 10 Team Members, you should get a paid Professional Plan: this is very affordable (just $7 per user, per month) and lets you grow to be as big as you need to be.
We are very flexible about serving all sorts of nonprofits, but we do reserve the right to turn down any particular request if we have concerns about the organization involved.
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We use your email address to look up your organization, to confirm that it is an eligible school, college or nonprofit. If you sign up with a generic email, like Gmail, we can't tell whether you are eligible or not. So, please, use an email address that corresponds to your organization.