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A real professor in the classroom

A school lesson by a professor, for instance about the history of Africa, the climate or research and healthcare. A hundred Leiden professors told primary school children about their work in the Meet the Professor project.

Children from 100 primary school classes were introduced to research and researchers thanks to a lesson by a professor in their own classroom. Exploratory learning was a central theme: in assignments beforehand the pupils had found out all about who would be coming to teach them. The lessons tied in with the Science & Technology theme and related to academia, research and Leiden University

Professor Jan-Bart Gewald showed the children from Year 8 at De Dukdalf primary school how big Africa really is.
Before their lesson from Jan-Bart Gewald the children from Du Dukdalf school did drawings of themselves and what they thought the professor would look like.
Jet Bussemaker, Professor of Science, Policy and Societal Impact, in particular in Healthcare, visited Ostadeschool in The Hague.
The pupils from Ostadeschool had plenty of questions for Jet Bussemaker.
Professor by Special Appointment Nicole de Voogd visited Kindcentrum 03 and told a full classroom about her work as a professor.
Jan-Bart Gewald showed the children from De Dukdalf school a special African statuette.
Jet Bussemaker.
Nicole de Voogd told the pupils about her field.
The pupils from Ostadeschool told Jet Bussemaker what they themselves would like to research in the future.
The pupils did assignments before the professors’ visits.
Pupils from Kindcentrum 03 are fascinated by what Nicole de Voogd has brought along with her.
Jan-Bart Gewald.
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