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Forms of education
We aim to form a student community for the duration of this minor. The Anthropocene course will consist of small groups to discuss the sustainability questions introduced by guest lecturers and the students will share their views in presentations and discussions. This is a prelude to the Group project…
Diversity in parenting and education
Educational materials Naduhup languages
The goal is to develop educational materials for Dâw, Hupd’äh, and Nadëb Indigenous peoples (Naduhup family; Middle and Upper Rio Negro; Brazilian Amazon). In order to achieve this, first of all, the fieldwork data collected during a collaborative project among anthropologists and linguists (2017-2020)…
Differentiation in education
Many teachers in secondary education take differences between pupils into account . PhD research by Saskia Stollman (ICLON) shows that they need room to experiment and the support of the school management. Defence on May 23, 2018.
Peer education on LGBT rights in pre-vocational secondary education
In secondary school, homophobic language is common, even in the Netherlands where there is high acceptance of homosexuality in the adult population. Adolescents especially in lower educational levels have prevailingly negative attitudes towards their lesbian and gay peers. Peer education with its participatory…
New insights to support teachers and pupils
Good education is the basis for a fair and sustainable society. To maintain a high level of education, teachers, pupils, lecturers and students need new resources. One of the ways that Leiden University supports them in this is by conducting academic research, largely together with practicing teaching…
effect of symbolic representation: An experimental study on teacher-student gender congruence and students’ perceived abilities in math
Studies on representative bureaucracy have often confirmed the positive performance effects of bureaucracies mirroring the demographic characteristics of their clientele. However, little is known about the underlying individual level mechanisms leading to these outcomes.
cooperation between Leiden religious scholars and secondary school teachers
Markus Altena Davidsen was 'extremely happy' when he heard that he and his colleagues had been awarded a grant from the KNAW pilot fund for science communication. Together with partners from all over the country, they are working on a book that should inspire secondary schools to renew their education…
Education for double-quick learning children
Tuesday 12 September 2017 Willy de Heer defended her PhD Thesis
POSTPONED Conference Social Benefits Higher Education
Innovation in education at the faculties
The Vice-Deans (Directors of Education) of several different faculties explain the importance of innovation in education and what is being done in their faculty.
Lab facilities Brain and Education
Cognitive processes of learning with a focus on reading comprehension and the development of mathematical skills.
Responding to pupils with mild intellectual disability in education
Mariëtte Huizinga, Dorien Graas and Anika Bexkens call attention to learning problems of children with mild intellectual disability in the classroom. Their new book aims to make it easier for teachers to respond to the specific educational needs of these children.
Evaluation and test service for higher education
Creating and processing written standard evaluations and automatic processing of written examinations
Internship Bureau - Education and Child Studies, Leiden
Everything you have to know about internships when you study at the Institute of Education and Child Studies at Leiden Unversity ››
Free large scale online education: MOOCs
Everyone wherever they are in the world can follow free online academic courses offered by Leiden University.
Language, Education and Identity in Africa
On the 16th of September, Bert van Pinxteren successfully defended a doctoral thesis. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics congratulates Bert on this achievement!
The Institute of Education and Child Studies aims to create a challenging academic environment in which students can flourish.
Strengthening Legal Education in Eastern Indonesia (SLEEI)
How can legal education in Indonesia become more relevant for supporting the rule of law and providing legal services that common citizens need?
evaluation of transnational collaborative programmes in astronomy education and public outreach
Promotores: Prof.dr. G. Miley & Prof.dr. J.M. van den Broek
The team Academic Orientation offers activities for primary and secondary education pupils and their teachers regarding Science for Society and Teacher Professional Development.
Towards a working model of industry and higher education collaboration in enhancing engineers’ soft skills for better employability
The discussion on employability of higher education graduates has been around for several years, with more emphasis in the 21st century. Yet, universities are still challenged in the pursuit of providing work-ready graduates who can meet industry expectations.
academic achievement and critical thinking competence in undergraduate education
What is the impact of research-based learning on critical thinking competence and academic achievement in undergraduate education? What are underlying factors of research-based learning in the learning environment?
- Teaching Physics (MSc)
- Teaching Biology (MSc)
- Teaching Chinese Language and Culture (MA)
- Teaching German (MA) (60EC)
- Teaching Dutch (MA)
- Teaching Classics (MA)
- Teaching Chemistry (MSc)
- Teaching Mathematics (MSc)
- Teaching Spanish (MA)
- Teaching English (MA)
- Teaching French (MA)
School's out! But not for head teachers
Many head teachers will have to try and fill staffing gaps this summer. Assistant Professor Kim Stroet, who is researching pupil motivation, is worried about the teacher shortage in the Netherlands, but can see a development that may help solve it.
- Teaching and didactics
Politiques, Education et Identités Linguistiques, le collège des Frères des écoles chrétiennes de Jérusalem (1922-1939)
This dissertation sheds light on politics, education and linguistic identity by studying the case of the College of Jerusalem, founded by the Brothers of the Christian Schools.
Mining the mentor's mind
The elicitation of mentor teachers' practical knowledge by prospective teachers
The research-teaching nexus in the sciences: Scientific research dispositions and teaching practice
This dissertation describes several studies concerning the research-teaching nexus in the sciences.
- Teaching History and Civics (MA)
- Teaching Religious Studies (MA)
- Teaching Economics (MSc)
- Teaching Social Studies (MA)
- Teaching Business Economics (MSc)
- Teaching Philosophy (MA)
Leiden hosts Space Education International Workshop
More than 100 teachers, educators and policymakers from 25 countries gathered in Leiden from 18 October for the Space Education International Workshop. Their goal is to inspire children using astronomy and space sciences.
Graphing algebraic formulas
Many students have difficulties to read and give meaning to algebraic formulas. In this study it is explored whether graphing formulas with pen and paper will improve students’ability to reason with algebraic formulas.
Scrum enhances learning in chemistry education
Context-based learning has been implemented in secondary chemistry education. Hans Vogelzang, PhD at ICLON, reseached whether Scrum methodology might support creating context-based lessons. Scrum appears to be beneficial to learning outcomes. Defence on 10 November.
The SpeakTeach method
Towards self-regulated learning of speaking skills in foreign languages in secondary schools: an adaptive and practical approach.
Introduction of a Wapishana-English Bilingual Education Programme
On the 23rd of February, Adrian Sydney Gomes successfully defended a doctoral thesis. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics congratulates Adrian on this achievement!