Eveline de Boer
Eveline studied Biology at Leiden University. Her thesis was about evolution and development, with a special interest in ageing. After she graduated in 2008, she attended ICLON to become a biology teacher. She is currently teaching at Rijnlands Lyceum Oegstgeest, where she also is a member of the (G)MR.
In 2013 Eveline received a scholarship of the NWO to explore the use of a practical teaching model by beginning teachers. This model could help beginning teachers designing lessons. Different components of the models are examined such as goals, content, teaching methods, the educational process and control. Innovative is the fact that there are choices for all components, creating a model with the character of building blocks. Also the self-efficacy of the beginning teachers is an important aspect of this research project.
- Boer E. de, Janssen F.J.J.M., Driel J.H. van & Dam M. (2019), Perspective-Based Generic Questions as a Tool to Promote Student Biology Teacher Questioning, Research in Science Education .
- E de Boer (2019), Ontwikkeling van agency van docenten-in-opleiding: een ecologisch perspectief [Ontwikkeling van agency van docenten-in-opleiding: Een ecologisch perspectief] (translation: Boer E. de Janssen F.J.J.M. Dam M. Driel J.H. van), Pedagogische Studien 96(6): 354-377.
- Boer E. de, Janssen F.J.J.M & Van Driel J.H. (2016), Using an Attribution Support Tool to Enhance the Teacher Efficacy of Student Science Teachers, Journal of Science Teacher Education 27(3): 303-324.
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