Cloud 3: Strategies to Improve Teaching and Learning Environments

Coordinators

Ilona Laakkonen

Ilona Laakkonen

Cloud Coordinator

Mission statement

This cloud involves studies and projects related to approaches to teaching or coaching, instructional strategies, didactics and other pedagogical strategies adopted while teaching, tutoring and/or coaching learners. Also the design and set up of specific learning environments by educators might be of interest. In other words, this cloud aims to build a network of projects leaders and practitioner-researchers who are interested in how educators approach their teaching, training, tutoring, or coaching, how they act in the classroom or training context, and/or how they set up specific learning environments or implement specific didactics. 

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Previous Cloud 3 Events

September 26-27, 2019: 2 day seminar/webinar "Innovative Teaching Approaches - EAPRIL Clouds in a research-based dialogue" (in co-organisation with Clouds 4 & 9)

The webinar recording can be consulted soon on this page. For now you may find interesting input via this link and via our EAPRIL Blog.

July 3, 2018: Webinar "How collaboration can contribute to the professional development of teachers and leaders in education." (in co-organisation with Cloud 12)

Loes Van Wessum, Marcelo Giglio and Rebecca Eliahoo presented and discussed on the topic: "How collaboration can contribute to the professional development of teachers and leaders in education."

You can watch the webinar recording via the following link:


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Meaningful learning in different settings (external blog post @ eAMK)

Meaningful learning through the eyes of practitioner researchers

“Reasons for teacher burnout and ways to combat it.”

‘Case studies exploring the tensions and challenges of educational collaboration: practitioner research practices to improve collaborative learning.’

How collaboration can contribute to the professional development of teachers and educational leaders

Activities

Innovative teaching approaches – EAPRIL clouds in a research-based dialogue

Dates
26 - 27 /09/2019
Place
Online via adobe connect or in Lausanne, Switzerland