Research projects between learning sciences and digital technology
At a crossroads between education and digital technologies, the Learning Planet Institute hosts research projects focused on learning methods and collective intelligence.
Discover some of our research teams:
Teachers as Researchers
To respond to the challenges of education, this programme promotes open collaborative research – inspired by participatory science – between researchers and education professionals.
Interaction Data Lab
This team studies and models collaborative learning and problem solving, using network science and data analysis, with the aim of developing tools to foster collective intelligence for social impact.
Formal Computational Socio-Politics
This research team works at the interface between sociology, machine learning and engineering, to better understand multidimensional polarisation in social networks.
MALIN (MAnuels scoLaires INclusifs / Inclusive School Manuals)
This project aims to support children with dyspraxia with an interdisciplinary approach combining medicine, pedagogy, cognitive psychology, human-computer interfaces, digital accessibility and intelligent system design.
Learning through Iterative Systems for social-emotional Achievement (LISA)
Initiated in 2019 by iféa and the Learning Planet Institute, in collaboration with the Child Mind Institute, the LISA project aims to better identify, understand, support and collaborate, in order to promote the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents from elementary to high school.
The Citizen Science team is supporting a range of projects that engage people from all walks of life in research projects. A current focus is provision of training and education about participatory and citizen science activities.