The philosopher Gaston Bachelard, in his book The Formation of Scientific Mind, complained about teachers because they don't understand that people don't understand. As early as 1938, he marveled at teachers who do not take into account that students come to the classroom with ready-made knowledge. He then looked at learning as a process of...

EDUAWEN EUROPE's core mission is educational research and the systematic implementation of change in educational practice using validated scientific data.

We focus our professional activities on the accurate diagnosis of learning progress and outcomes with the ambition to comprehensively improve the planning and management of the learning process. A key focus of our professional interest is the development of a culture of cognition, personal development, communication and social interaction for children and young people in the context of lifelong learning.

The theoretical basis of our approach to education is the original Database of Descriptors of Cognition and Social Interaction (DaCoSiDe), which we have developed based on our research findings as well as on the latest findings from cognitive anthropology, cognitive linguistics, philosophy of mind and other scientific disciplines.

The implementation of education through the DaCoSiDe reference framework has been shown to improve the quality of the learning process, while at the same time obtaining the Council of Europe's quality mark in terms of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages at proficiency levels A1 to C2.