César Coll is a professor of Developmental Psychology and Education at the University of Barcelona since 1985. He has promoted and directed research projects on the pedagogical implications of psychology and genetic epistemology counseling and psychopedagogical intervention, design and development of the school curriculum, educational interaction and analysis of school educational practices. During the last decade, his interests have been focused on the identification and analysis of learning experiences in different activity contexts, teaching and learning processes mediated by ICT, the role of these technologies and mobile devices with wireless connection in the configuration of individual learning trajectories and the construction of learner identity (http://bridginglearning.psyed.edu.es). He is the coordinator of the Research and Educational Influence Group (GRINTIE), since its establishment, by the end of 1990. This group has been awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya as a “consolidated research group” for a continuous period of 20 years (since the establishment of this recognition). Within the framework of this research group, he has led numerous R&D funded projects in competitive calls, as well as several non-competitive research contracts and agreements. He is the author of more than a hundred articles published in national and international academic and professional journals, as well as an equal number of book chapters. Among the books he has written, directed or coordinated, it is worth mentioning: Psychology and Curriculum (1987), Learning content and developing skills (with Elena Martín, 2003), Curriculum i Ciutadania (2007), Psychology of virtual education (2007), Development, learning and teaching in secondary education (2010) and personalization of school learning (2017).