Best Practice-Based Research Award 2021
The EAPRIL Best Practice-Based Research (BPBR) Award wishes to acknowledge an outstanding and innovative project that deals with learning and development in the workplace and educational field. More specifically, practice-based research which has a profound impact on the development of both theory and practice is particularly of interest.
The Award procedure consists of two phases:
PHASE 1: SUBMISSION AND NOMINATION
In the first phase potential candidates need to submit a proposal according to the submission guidelines via the EAPRIL system. An external committee will assess the submissions according to the criteria and will identify the nominees for stage 2.
For the submission guidelines and criteria click here.
PHASE 2: EVALUATION AND AWARDING
The second phase concerns the presentations and evaluation during the conference. Nominees are requested to prepare a flyer, a short video presentation regarding their project and give an oral presentation during the Award session at the conference.
More detailed info on the procedure and criteria can be found here.
We wish to warmly invite everyone who considers their research project to meet this purpose to submit for the Best Practice-Based Research Award as it gives nominees the opportunity to showcase their project to a broad European audience and thereby enhance the impact of their work. In addition, the winner of this Award will receive an EAPRIL membership for one year and a free ticket for next years conference.
HOW TO SUBMIT?
Submission are open now. The deadline to submit your proposal is April 22nd, 2021 midnight CEST.
Best Poster Award
Each year EAPRIL also reaches out a Best Poster Award during the EAPRIL Conference to recognise the poster with the best overall research design, visual design and oral presentation.
Previous Laureates BPBR Award
Award Winner 2020
EAPRIL2020 conference was cancelled due to the COVID-19 crisis so no award has been reached out in 2020.
Award Winner 2019
Eric Roldan Roa and team
'MusicMath Methodology: a creative / innovative approach for teaching and learning mathematics'
Award Winner 2018
Erkko Sointu and team
Award Winner 2017
Heidi Knipprath and team
'Integrated STEM makes a difference'
Award Winner 2016
'Teacher guidance for effective student questioning'
Award Winner 2015
'Data team procedure for professional development and school improvement'
Award Winner 2014
'Using mobile technologies for helping apprentice chefs to assemble learning experiences from various arts and places - a project of the Leading House "Dual-T Technologies for vocational training'
Award Winners 2013
Anette & Geoff Hilton
'Proportional reasoning as a key to numeracy across the curriculum: A collaboration between practitioners and researchers'