WHO ARE WE?
inGenio Labs is a non-profit association dedicated to promoting educational and cultural innovation in all social and collective spheres. It combines education specialists and media and information and communication technology (ICT) professionals, with more than twenty years of experience in innovative and cutting-edge projects in European and American countries in this field.
inGenio Labs promotes transmedia actions with an educational or cultural benefit, adjusted to the evolutionary profile, individual characteristics and personal development of the target groups. It is disappointing to see how actions with a good purpose and adequate resources turn into failures because they do not take into account, for example, the evolutionary state of children’s capacity for analysis and abstract thought at a certain age, their psychomotor skills, comprehension abilities, etc.
The team is made up of multidisciplinary experts, all of them linked to the world of education, ICT or the media. Depending on the type of project to be developed, the team is made up of different components, depending on the level of specialisation required. At InGenio Labs, we are driven above all by our interest in innovation and the educational and cultural benefits for society.
The education system has been helping generations and generations to fall asleep since the beginning of time. The time has come for the alarm clock to go off.
Things we do and projects we are working on
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TOWARDS THE HORIZON
At inGenio Labs we can design, apply, analyse and evaluate all kinds of studies related to children and young people and, especially, the educational usefulness of any product, brand or action. We are specialists in educational and developmental psychology, so we assess the evolutionary characteristics (cognitive, socioemotional, psychomotor…) of children and their influence on the variables to be analysed. We have a wide network of specialised collaborators throughout Spain (most of them university professors in the educational field) capable of coordinating field work in their area, allowing us to dispense with subcontracting to companies in this field, with personnel who have little knowledge of the specific characteristics of educational centres, their idiosyncrasies and internal functioning…