Christel Verberg was educated as a nurse anaesthetist at Leiden University Medical Centre (1993), and completed her teacher education at the Free University of Amsterdam in 1996. From 1995-1998 she worked as a teacher in health care education at ROC Albeda in Rotterdam. Until 2000, she also worked as a nurse anaesthetist at Leiden University Medical Centre.
Christel graduated in Educational Science at Leiden University in 2004. During her study she was a student researcher in several projects. She then worked at ICLON Leiden University Graduate School of Teaching, and from 2007 until 2012 she did her PhD research about formative assessment: 'The characteristics of a negotiated assessment procedure to promote teacher learning'.
After that, she became a assistant professor at the medical education faculty at Amsterdam Medical Centre. Her focus was faculty development. She developed a program for Certificate of University teaching and learning (in Dutch: Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs) and she is daily supervisor of PhD student Joost van den Berg. This PhD research is about Work engagement in medical education. Since December 2015 Christel is working at ICLON again.
A research about the development of an inquiry skills curriculum in secondary education by six groups of teacher-researchers. This project is funded by the The Netherlands Initiative for Education Research (Dutch acronym: NRO)
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