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Aikuiskoulutuksen eurooppalainen foorumi

 
 

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Julkaisija Ufuoma Ederewhevbe Yksi kuukausi 6 päivää sitten

Lauantai 10 elokuu 2019 - Perjantai 16 elokuu 2019
Aachen
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EARLI offers a wide range of activities to support its members in their academic endeavours. Through the Biennial EARLI Conference, Special Interest Groups and research groups, EARLI aims to encourage researchers to meet and discuss in an international context.The 18th Biennial EARLI Conference will be hosted by RWTH Aachen, Germany.  We encourage participants to present results and ideas on state-of-the-art research in learning and instruction, specifically around the topic "Thinking Tomorrow's Education: Learning from the past, in the present and for the future

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Tapahtuman tyyppi : 
Konferenssi
Osallistumismaksu: 
Kyllä
Viimeinen ilmoittautumispäivä: 
15/04/2019
Verkkotapahtuma: 
Ei
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The European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) is an international, scientific community with the primary goal to support an active research culture in the field of learning and instruction.
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Yhteystiedot: 
EARLI - EAPRIL Office Peterseliegang 1 box 1 3000 LEUVEN Belgium +32 16 23 19 00 info@earli.org
Kohderyhmä: 
Korkeakoulujen opettajat, opiskelijat ja aikuisoppimisen alan tutkijat
Aikuiskoulutusverkostot ja -organisaatiot
Hankkeet ja kumppanuudet
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Thinking Tomorrow's Education: Learning from the past, in the present and for the future. In times of constant changes, the future is a moving target - difficult to predict and prepare for. Yet, education is doing just that. At the 18th Biennial EARLI Conference and the accompanying 23rd Conference of the Junior Researchers of EARLI, researchers in learning and instruction from all over the world come together to discuss current research findings. In order to think tomorrow’s education and education research, it is crucial to relate new findings to what we already know and elaborate how this will help foster sustainable learning processes and navigating what is yet to come.
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