Teaching Methodologist for English
Janneke Geursen studied English in Nijmegen and Durham (UK) before she became a teacher of English at a school for Secondary Education.
She became a foreign language methodologist/teacher educator at the VU in 1999 and continued working there until January 2014. She started working at ICLON in January 2014 as a methodologist/teacher educator, both in the regular and the World Teachers Programme.
- Geursen J.W., Berry A., Hagebeuk E., Peters C. & Lunenberg M. (2016), Learning together as teachers and researchers:Growing shared expertise in a self-study community of inquiry. In: Garbett D., Ovens AP (Eds.) Enacting self-study as methodology for professional inquiry. New Zealand: University of Auckland. 155-162.
- Thomas L. & Geursen J.W. (2016), Relinquishing and renegotiating control in an undergraduate methods course to improve engagement and learning. In: Garbett D., Ovens AP (Eds.) Enacting self-study as methodology for professional inquiry. Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland. 403-410.
- Berry A., Geursen J. & Lunenberg M. (2015), A dialogue on supporting self-study research in the context of Dutch teacher education.In Samaras, A., & Pithouse-Morgan Polyvocal Professional Learning through Self-Study Research no. pp. 39-56: Sense Publishers.
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