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EPALE talks: Inspiring Stories from the EPALE community

The pandemic has forced us to adapt to new ways of working and adopt innovative methods of providing education and training. More than ever, this is the time for adult educators to connect, share and inspire each other. Three brilliant educators who participated in the EPALE Community Stories initiative will share inspirational stories that demonstrate their passion and expertise.

EPALE talks: Inspiring Stories from the EPALE community - Panel Discussion - 6 October - h 11:15-12

The pandemic has forced us to adapt to new ways of working and adopt innovative methods of providing education and training. More than ever, this is the time for adult educators to connect, share and inspire each other. Three brilliant educators who participated in the EPALE Community Stories initiative will share inspirational stories that demonstrate their passion and expertise.

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Henrik Zipsane

Joe Houghton

Daniela Dandric

    

 

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