Bénédicte Lucazeau is a candidate for a PhD in Educational Technology (Fall 2021) and a Master’s degree in Intelligence and Transformation at Université de Laval.
Passionate about horses, she practiced as an animal osteopath for 20 years and then became Director and Founder in 2011 of a hybrid training organization for adults in the field of animal care. To validate and enrich her experience, she obtained a Master’s degree in Educational Engineering (FOAD) at the University of Rouen in France in June 2021.
In order to continue to improve her skills and discover new experiences in research, Bénédicte holds positions as a research assistant. With Simon Collin (Canada Research Chair at UQAM) on digital equity in education: ethical issues in the design of Educational Technologies Involving Artificial Intelligence. With Jonathan Chevrier (LUNEPS : Laboratoire d’expérimentation du numérique en éducation physique) to contribute to a research project on initial training in an immersive context. With Sébastien Tremblay (Co-Dot Laboratory) for the Scénic project on the management and follow-up of concussions.
Her interest in teaching, particularly the cognitive learning processes mobilized by the learner or student, led her to question the impact of post-concussion residual cognitive disorders, particularly during the student’s return to sports and academics, and the relevance of accompanying them with a technological watch.