Fabulinus


Fabulinus have knowledge and experience with helping children and youth who feels that school does not fit.

-the misbehaving underachievers
-the anonymous who just try to fit in
-the high achieving talents
-those you just can't get your head around

Our services include: identification of learning potential with ability testing and assessment of traits and needs, consulting, coaching, training courses for teachers, special educators and health care professionals, speaks and work shops. We also assist parents in contact with the authorities, like kindergarden, school, school psychology services (PPT), childrens psychiatric services (BUP), Child welfare services (barnevernet), and local and central government.

Our clients are parents, youth, teachers, special educators, psychologists and miscellaneous professionals. Of more than 300 cases, the age range is from 2-37 years of age, but mostly students from 1-10th grade.


The board has four members with broad experience: Business, law, entrepreneurship, management, education, psychology, and school. But most importantly, we have felt how it is to be a student in a school that is not catering for our needs.

None of the board members are paid, and they work pro-bono.

Johnny Troset Andersen

 

Chariman of the board

jtroset@gmail.com

Johnny is Partner and Chief Technology Officer in Genus AS (inc), Which he co-founded in 1996. He holds a masters degree in software engineering from Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Johnny is married, with two sons.

Hugo Berg Otterlei

 

Vice chairman of the board

hbo@schjodt.no

Hugo is partner in the major Norwegian law firm Schjødt, and since 2000 he has worked with contract law within information technology. Before this, he worked as an IT-consultant, holding a bachelors degree in informatics. He is married and has twin girls and a son.

Anya Cat. Bakler

 

Board member

anya@bakler.no

Anya is working as a homeroom teacher and english teacher. She holds a Master of Arts in psychologyon the subject "Motivation in the classroom",

and another in English language. She has additional subjects in psychology, language and informatics, and gets her teachers license after finishing practical pedagogy exam this spring. She has, before she startet teaching, been key account manager, and manager for a multi-cultural hub of volunteers in Oslo. Anya is married to Jan Terje. They have two teen-age boys.

Jan Terje Bakler

 

CEO

jt@bakler.no

Jan Terje is a social entrepreneur and founder of Fabulinus. He is educated in the Norwegian Military Academy as a comissioned officer, and has been working at the School of IT-Engineers and Norwegian Defence University College. He holds a bachelor-, and a master subject in project management. When he went to school he experienced how it was to not fitting in, and almost dropped out of high school.