Miguel Nussbaum is a Full Professor of Computer Science at the School of Engineering of the Universidad Católica de Chile and is its department head. In 2004, he won the innovation in education prize of the Organization of American States (INELAM), in 2011 won the Innovation in Education Prize of Chile for his work in education, and in 2018 the Universidad Andres Bello (Chile) award in education. He was a member of the board of the Chilean Agency for the Quality of Education and is currently the Co-editor of Computers & Education and a fellow of the International Society of the Learning Sciences.He has two MOOCs (in Spanish) in Coursera on The Constructivist Classroom, and on the 4Cs (Communication, Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Creativity). His pedagogical methodologies supported by collaborative technology for transforming the classroom experience have been used in schools in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Brazil, Guatemala, India, England, Sweden, USA, Uruguay, and UK, were endorsed by UNESCO, and supported by the Chilean Government, Bradesco Foundation (Brazil), Microsoft, HP, INTEL, Plan Ceibal (Uruguay), and the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB). His current interest is in deploying the 21st-century skills, specifically the 4Cs plus Conation/Gritt, both at the school and university level.