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

article written by Ning Ding, Xiaoyan Xu & Marca Wolfensberger The rapidly changing business knowledge and its impact on curriculum design are explicitly addressed in previous research (e.g. Denton, et al, 2005). However, despite the dramatic alteration of business practices and cutting-edge advancements in economic theories in the last 25 years, the undergraduate curriculum has…

What happens next? Diversity and equality for those studying and working in education in a ‘post-pandemic’ context.

article written by Dr. Anthony Thorpe, senior lecturer in leadership and management at the University of Roehampton, London and coordinator of EAPRIL Cloud 8 ‘Diversity & Equality in Different Contexts’ Much was promised about how things would change for the better in a ‘post-pandemic’ world. Yet those promises appear unfulfilled as many European governments speak…

Connecting educators and (student) teachers in continuous learning

written by Henderijn Heldens (Phd.) and  Nanke Dokter (Phd.), Fontys University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands (Coordinators of Cloud 2: Educators’ Professional Development) In our fast-evolving society, education is facing increasing complexity  and interconnection (Means, 2018) . This challenges not only students’ learning, but also educators’ and teachers’ learning (Ros, Lieskamp & Heldens, 2018). Given these challenges,…