Rose Luckin is Professor of Learner Centred Design at UCL Knowledge Lab and Director of EDUCATE: a London hub for EdTech StartUps, researchers, educators, learners and parents to work together on the development of evidence based EdTech. Rose’s research involves the design and evaluation of educational technology using theories from the learning sciences and techniques from AI. She has a particular interest in how AI can be used to enable more effective, continuous, formative assessment processes and tools that capture cognitive, social, emotional and metacognitive progression.
Rose is also a Trustee and Governor at St Paul’s School, London; a Trustee of the Ufi Charitable Trust; a Governor at the Self-Managed Learning College in Brighton; a Trustee of the Education Media Centre and a member of the McGraw-Hill Learning Science Research Council Advisory Board. She was previously Pro-Vice Chancellor for teaching and Learning at the University of Sussex.
Recent non-academic reports include: Solved! Making the case for collaborative problem-solving (Nesta in 2017) Intelligence Unleashed: An argument for AI in Education (Pearson, 2016); and Decoding Learning: The Proof, Promise and Potential of Educational Technology (Nesta, 2012).