ProfileDr Jean-Yves Le Corre is an Educational Developer and an Associate Professor of Practice at the Academy of Future Education, Xi'an Jiaotong- Liverpool University (XJTLU). His main role at the Educational Development Unit of XJLTU is to support the implementation of XJTLU’s vision for its Learning and Teaching philosophy of Syntegrative Education.
Dr Jean-Yves Le Corre held positions in the corporate sector before entering academia, in controlling, auditing and management consulting (Lafarge SA, Areva Group, KPMG Peat Marwick....). He joined the Department of Accounting of International Business School Suzhou (IBSS), a department of XJTLU, in 2014, where he became an Associate Professor of Practice in 2019. At IBSS, he led several initiatives to promote and implement innovative and technology-enhanced practices of Learning & Teaching. He set up the IBSS@Data Mining Lab in 2018 to support the use of data analytics technologies in Learning & Teaching at XJTLU and acted as an academic director of IBSS Summer School bootcamp between 2018 and 2022 (https://video.xjtlu.edu.cn/Mediasite/Play/3cee632c284840548127c531db50997a1d)
He holds an engineering diploma from ENSEM (France), a MSc. in Management from the University of London, and a MSc. of Research in Management granted by the consortium of CFVG's Doctoral Programme (French-Vietnamese Center of Management) in Vietnam. He is Sloan Fellow from London Business School (U.K). He obtained his PhD degree (Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration) from Bulacan State University, Republic of the Philippines.
Apart from his research activities in the field of educational practice-based research at XJTLU Academy of Future Education, he is also a researcher at Ecole Doctorale Augustin Cournot, University of Strasbourg (BETA-UMR 7522 CNRS) in France. His research aims to investigate Innovative Instructional Models for Managerial Control in Virtual Learning Environments, based on constructivist learning theory and the regulation of learner's behaviours towards socio-cognitive conflicts in the knowledge construction of performance measures. He co-authored 'Managerial Control in an Online Constructivist Learning Environment: A Teacher’s Perspective' in 2022. (https://www.mdpi.com/2673-9585/2/4/34)