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Learning for tomorrow: Cloud 6 lecture

Written by Ning Ding (Cloud 6 Coordinator)

Cloud Teacher Education’ Reading Club: the ideal combination of discussion articles and social talk

Written by Bob Koster & Tom Adams (Cloud 1 Coordinators)

Networked Educational Experts Share Ability, Awareness and Appreciation

Written by Written by Dr. Essi Ryymin (EAPRIL Board Member)

EAPRIL Cloud 8 webinar: 'inclusive education: higher and vocational education'

Written by Dr. Anthony Thorpe & Dr. Sibel Inci

EAPRIL 2022 - Best Poster Award Winner Blog: "Expanding the horizons of studying and working in Education Sciences"

Written by Miguel Correia, MSc and Professor Henrique Vaz, PhD (University of Porto/Center for Research and Intervention in Education)

How to create/become a rebellious and mischievous professional

Written by Hermi Beute

EAPRIL 2022 Best Practice-Based Research Award Nominee: "Learning Task Sharing in Human-Robot Interaction - A Workplace-Based Approach"

Written by Bernd Hader, Sebastian Schlund, Christina Schmidbauer and Setareh Zafari

EAPRIL 2022 Best Practice-Based Research Award Nominee: "TunTuVa -program for enhancing early childhood educators’ skills in co-regulation of emotions"

Written by Kristiina Mänty, Outi Rinta-Homi, Hanna Järvenoja and Susanna Kinnunen

EAPRIL 2022 Best Practice-Based Research Award Nominee: "Student Learning Ambassadors: A Bridge to professional practices"

Written by Ning Ding, Xiaoyan Xu and Marca Wolfensberger

Welcome at EAPRIL 2022: "From formal education to continuous learning"