A holistic approach to learning.

Ebou Learning employs culturally-meaningful learning models and encourages communities and families to take part in a child’s learning, personalizing learning activities to allow students to demonstrate their full potential.


Ebou Learning’s approach acquires information from the teacher, caregiver, community leaders, and the student themselves, helping you to better understand your students and their learning needs.


Ebou Learning’s approach extends beyond the classroom, allowing you to understand the important learning that occurs at home, in the community and in the school.


Ebou Learning’s approach goes beyond assessing a student’s knowledge and skills and looks further at a set of indicators about access to, participation in, and values around learning that provide a more comprehensive picture.


A unique learning and assessment program for your students

Foster a strength-based approach

Ebou Learning’s holistic learning approach helps identify every student’s learning strengths, and our program encourages teachers to help students use their strengths to address their challenges.

Allow students to show their full potential

Assessments can be customized to reflect the local contexts and cultures of your classroom, a personalized approach that helps alleviate cultural biases and provides every child with the opportunity to demonstrate what they can do to the best of their abilities.

Use data to inform your decisions

Ebou Learning’s platform and mobile assessment technology enables real-time assessment data for teachers, and supports immediate, personalized instruction for every student.

Making connections outside the classroom

Ebou Learning’s approach connects parents and the community to learning that is occurring in the classroom, allowing parents to complement their child’s learning path with community and home-based activities.

Showcase: Holistic Learning in Action

Since we started our foray into learning solutions in 1998, we’ve worked with likeminded educators and organizations.

assessor viewing the Aski and Turtle Island storybook

Help Me Tell My Story / Help Me Talk About Math

Learn more about how the Help Me Tell My Story oral and math platforms are helping to change the face of assessment in Saskatchewan schools.


Our Roots: AndyCamper

Developed in 2007, Andy Camper encourages childhood development through interactive, entertaining, and educational outdoor activities.

Assessor introducing Antle the Moose to a group of Indigenous students

Read the Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey Case Study

Ebou Learning is working with the Mi’kmaw students of Nova Scotia, Canada to improve oral proficiency.


Visit the AFN It's Our Time Toolkit

Ebou Learning worked with the Assembly of First Nations to develop this digital toolkit as part of a comprehensive strategy to reach out to First Nations students, teachers, schools, communities and the Canadian public at large.