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Education through research is based on 5 pillars

The open science :

open source, open access, research methods in big and open data, participatory science and citizen science, the role of communities in the creation of knowledge.

The learning by doing :

project, prototype, test, analyze, document and share in scientific prototyping OpenLab CRI: DiY, design, education and research.

The peer to peer :

learning communities, collective challenges, training cooperation, sharing with social enterprises in the ecosystem of the CRI: HelloTomorrow Challenge, Make Sense, Synlab, CoDesign-It and projects hosted in OpenLab , exploring the vast international community that works for equal access to education

Entrepreneurial Spirit :

project acceleration, creativity, design, technological autonomy (introductory programming methods, creation of connected objects, creation of digital media), student status can entrepreneur.

The philosophical and ethical framework

that gives meaning to education, the history of ideas and institutions, the analysis of the concept of innovation, an organizational approach of thought for education in the present world.

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The EdTech master teaches to research: teaching is based on the questioning and the project of each student. Problem solving, experimentation and interpretation are based on the analysis of the scientific literature.

It introduces the digital industry training: content design, learning strategy, platform design, working in project mode. Internships (laboratory, company or association, in educational institutions), and stakeholders closer student researchers, startupeurs, social entrepreneurs, professors, all education stakeholders.

It meets the needs of experienced teachers or training by inviting them to work the key points of education in the digital society: new responsibilities and new forms of educational intervention, addressing societal and scientific challenges such as “living together “, health, nutrition, mobility, climate, pollution, future cities.