Collective Intelligence of groups

Collective intelligence is present in the nature in many ways, from ants to bees and fishes, and has been a key aspect in humanity’s development, despite the fact that quite often it has been used for war and destruction.  Learning by Doing is an excellent strategy for collective intelligence education, and Fabricius provides a set of tools whose objective is to convert into active knowledge, value created by students during the development of their projects.
One of the future challenges is how to increase collective intelligence performance to improve society behaviour, and particularly in order to be more efficient in managing innovation and research. Although there are significant amounts of research going on, so far there is very limited awareness about the importance of tuition of collective intelligence. The research in the field of collective intelligence education has to involve many approaches, from ethics to physics but one that is particularly relevant is the influence and potential of ICT tools.

Pepers An educational model to improve Collective Intelligence of groups  in  EDULEARN14 Proceedings