The anchoring of professionalizing learning through ludo-digital hybridization.
The B4MATIVE! – Formative evaluation in the BYOD era in the digital school – funded by the Direction du Numérique pour l’Education – aims at designing, deploying and evaluating an innovative digital environment that promotes the design of quality formative evaluations, from both the learner’s and the teacher’s point of view.
The COMPER project – A Competency-Based Approach to the Diagnosis, Regulation and Personalization of Learning – financed by the French National Research Agency (ANR) aims to develop models and tools to implement a competency-based approach to support personalized learning.
This project between France, Bresil and Chili proposes to design and develop explainable and comprehensive dashboards for supporting both students and instructors in the feedback process.
LASER is a research project funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR) which main objective is to investigate how to better understand and support students’ self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies in Blended Learning (BL) using Learning Analytics (LA) solutions and techniques.
The global objective of the PROF-XXI project is the Construction of Capacities for the Development of Teaching and Learning Centers (SLCs) for Latin American Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the XXI Century, taking into account the current context of the Region, and the particular current context of the 4 Latin American HEIs that will serve as models (2 public HEIs and 2 private HEIs of different sizes in Guatemala and Colombia).
Supported by the CLLE and IRIT laboratories, the POUCEEC project aims to evaluate the educational contributions of the digital platform for students and its usefulness for teachers. In a participatory design approach, the platform will allow to collect feedback and needs of teachers in order to improve the platform’s functionalities and to build a tool in line with their practices. Starting in 2023, the platform will be deployed in 25 secondary schools in three academies: Toulouse, Aix-Marseille and Lyon.