From 2001 to the present, we are realizing an ongoing developmental process that has to date resulted in the following educational projects:
The understanding that has grown from an ongoing action learning process, referred to as “quantum social learning”, formed the basis for offering and realizing the following international projects. The objective of this processes is to globally cultivate resiliency, individual and social well-being.
- We have conducted literary studies, and practice based research that has culminated in the development of the theoretical and practical foundation of IOLEE.
- Since 2001 we have engaged in thousands of hours of cross-referenced action learning based mentoring, which has contributed and is still contributing to modeling the language that describes how experience emerges from within (intra-action), and how this extends into the social environment to form the way we interact with each other intersubjectively and inter-personally.
- We realized a government (USONA) sponsored professional development process in collaboration with DJJO in Curaçao, in the Dutch Caribbean for forty-five (45) educational professionals including: educationists, mentors, faculty of the teacher-training college, academics, and policy-makers.
- We realized various presentations and workshops for educators in The Netherlands and Belgium.
- We have realized various facilitator trainings for professionals in The Netherlands in collaboration with Stichting Reis, led by Hugo Labout. Locations were chosen in Amsterdam and Leiden.
- We realized a series of workshops at the University of Aruba, led by rector (chancellor) Dr. Glenn Todé.
- We realized a series of facilitator training and workshops at the Instituto Pedagógico di Aruba, organized by Marilyn Richardson (director).
- We realized various in-person conference presentations, workshops, and retreats in Miami, FL; Boone, NC; Indianapolis, IN; Princeton, NJ; Bridgeport, CT in the USA.
- We operated a physical campus in Lawrenceville, NJ (USA), offering in-person workshops, mentoring, before our decision to mainly conduct our activities online.
- We realized 1-year facilitator trainings for six (5) cohorts of participants from Curaçao, The Netherlands, UK, USA, Italy, South Africa, India, and Canada.
- Realized various in-person workshops in Medellin, Colombia.
- We trained a number of academics from the USA, Japan and India to explore IOLEE’s internally led process.
- We realized a number of online 9-week introductory workshops with participants from the Curaçao, USA, UK, South Africa, India, Netherlands, and Finland.
- We realized in-person workshops at SEDA in Curaçao.
- We also realized two in-person weekend retreats in Curaçao.
- Completed a study in collaboration with the Institute of Noetic Science, CA. (USA) and interviews to qualitatively measure the impact of the practice of IOLEE on the quality of life experience of an international group of participating learners from the U.K., U.S.A., The Netherlands, Croatia, and Curaçao. This serves as the basis for illustrating several case studies in the upcoming textbook. Research lead: Carlo G. Monsanto, affiliated with IOLEE Ecosystem, and Ronin Institute.
- Contributed to the development of the Consciousness Quotient Inventory (CQ-i) (https://www.consciousness-quotient.com/online-assessment/) and co-authored a research article “An Exploratory Analysis of Collective Patterns of Conscious Experience Using a Self-Report Questionnaire” that describes the use of the CQ-i to measure conscious experience. Research lead: Ovidiu Brazdău, affiliated with the Consciousness Quotient Institute (Romania). Las accessed 2022: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.634677/full.
- Completed a literary study (Carlo G. Monsanto), in silico computational modeling (Lokesh Agrawal) of SARS-CoV-2, Spike S1/S2 protein code transfer mechanism, and real-world exploration (Carlo G. Monsanto) of how IOLEE’s linguistic framework, which describes patterns of maladaptive coping responses, correlates with patterns of maladaptation induced by virus code resulting in COVID-19 disorder and post-COVID syndrome (long COVID). The latter is most likely the result of trauma and adverse (childhood) experience (ACE). This can be further aggravated by non-pharmacological interventions (NPI), and stressful life circumstances. We have established correlations, even though more extensive research is necessary to show significance. We have designed and tested protocols to support individuals with COVID-19, post-COVID syndrome, or those who suffer from lockdown isolation syndrome, and the likes as a result of the NPI’s. We have co-authored presentations to describe the afore-mentioned mechanisms. This study serves as the basis for illustrating mentioned mechanisms in a book-chapter for our upcoming textbook. Research lead: Carlo G. Monsanto, affiliated with the IOLEE Ecosystem, and Ronin Institute.
- Completed reviewing and co-authoring a research article “Viroinformatics-Based Analysis of SARS-CoV-2 Core Proteins for Potential Therapeutic Targets” to contribute towards more effectively identifying the right combination of therapeutics to target SARS-CoV-2’s core Spike S1 and S2 protein. Research lead: Lokesh Agrawal, affiliated with IOLEE Ecosystem, University of Tsukuba (2020) (currently affliated with Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology). Last accessed 2022: https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4468/10/1/3
- PUBLICATION: Publication of an IOLEE reference textbook. Contact with publisher. Writing the content for nine chapters. Authors: Carlo G. Monsanto, Andreea Petruse, and Lokesh Agrawal. Deadline by end fourth quarter 2022.
- DEVELOPMENT: Development of IOLEE software ecosystem. Design Phase. The first version of the software is planned for January 2023. Contact: Carlo G. Monsanto (carlo.monsanto [at] iolee.life) or Lokesh Agrawal (lokesh [at] iolee.life)
- EDUCATION: deliver (at least) ten (10x) 9-week online processes (delivered by multiple facilitators in different languages), organizational consultancy, in-person workshops (USA, Curacao, Mexico), three (3x) 1-year online facilitator trainings (with an in-person workshop), and multiple 3-month online facilitator trainings. In progress. For more information click here
- CONSULTANCY: to use IOLEE as the basis for business consultancy, leadership training, professional development, individual (executive) mentoring, and team collaboration in organizational environments. In progress. For more information click here
IOLEE based projects initiated by other institutions
A number of organizations and institutions implement IOLEE as an ingredient within their own programs. The following constitutes a growing list of projects.
- Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (Mexico) has designed and is implementing its IOLEE-based program for student well-being called PCIC or “Programa para Conocimiento Interno y Compasión”. This is scheduled to be gradually rolled out starting this year to all of the TEC’s 26 campuses, including academic centers and high schools. More information about this program through the TEC website: https://tqueremos.tec.mx/es/PCIC
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