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Marga Sikkema-de Jong

Associate Professor

Name
Dr. T.M. Sikkema-de Jong
Telephone
+31 71 527 3881
E-mail
jongtm@fsw.leidenuniv.nl

Short CV

  • Associate professor (2018-)
  • Assistant professor at the Learning and Behaviour Problems in Education: Challenges and Solutions programme group (2006-2018)
  • Postdoc in the Centre for Child and Family studies (2001-2003) and the department of Special Education of Leiden University (2001-2005)
  • Policy maker at a Teachers’ Training College for Primary education (1997)
  • PhD, Leiden University (2003)
  • Substitute teacher in primary and special education (1996)
  • MA Education (cum laude), Leiden University (1993-1996)
  • Teachers’ Training College for Primary education (1989-1993)
  • Secondary education: Atheneum-ß (1983-1989)

Research area
Emergent Literacy

Academic awards

  • Computers in Reading Research Award (2004). 
  • ISED international article award to M.T. de Jong. Awarded article: De Jong, M.T., & Bus, A.G. (2002). Quality of book-reading matters for emergent readers: An experiment with the same book in a regular or electronic format.  Journal of Educational Psychology, 94, 145-155.  
  • Traveling scholarship from the ‘Leids Universitair Fonds’ (1999).

See Dutch profile Marga Sikkema-de Jong

Associate Professor

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut Pedagogische Wetenschappen
  • Leer/Gedragsproblemen in het onderwijs

Work address

Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden
Room number 4A29a

Contact

  • Swart E.K., Nielen T.M.J., Shaul S. & Sikkema-de Jong T.M. (2020), Frontal theta/beta-ratio (TBR) as potential biomarker for attentional control during reading in healthy females, Cognition, Brain, Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal 24(3): 187-211. article in journal: refereed
  • Mol S.E., Sikkeman-de Jong T.M. & Dijken M.J. van (2020), Onderzoeksrapport gebruikerservaringen ouders met De Voorleeshoek (in opdracht van Stichting Lezen). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden. report
  • Swart E.K., Nielen T.M.J. & Sikkema-de Jong M.T. (2019), Supporting learning from text: A meta-analysis on the timing and content of effective feedback, Educational Research Review 28: e100296. article in journal: refereed
  • Sikkema-de Jong M.T. (2019), Conference organization and Chair. Vlaams-Nederlandse Interacademiale Leerproblemen , Leiden. conference paper
  • Sikkema-De Jong M.T., Van Duijn D.N., Dol K. & Van Ginkel J.R. (2019), Digital reading miles as a way to improve G1 children’s reading level (In 'Print exposure as a vehicle for the development of foundational and advanced reading skills', M.T. Sikkema-de Jong, Chair). 1st SRLD Conference, Padua. conference paper: refereed
  • Sikkema-de Jong M.T., Van Duijn D.N., Dol K. & Van Ginkel J.R. (2019), Leesvaardig door digitale leeskilometers.. OCW Kennisfestival 2019 21 3 2019-21 3 2019 [conference poster]. other
  • Swart E.K., Nielen T.M. & Sikkema-deJong M.T. (2018), Supporting reading comprehension: A meta-analysis on when and how to provide feedback during reading.25th Annual Meeting of the Scientific Society for the Study of Reading, Brighton. conference paper: refereed
  • Nielen T.M.J., Smith G.G., Sikkema-de Jong M.T., Drobisz J., Horne B. van & Bus A.G. (2018), Digital guidance for susceptible readers: effects on fifth graders' reading motivation and incidental vocabulary learning, Journal of Educational Computing Research 56(1): 48-73. article in journal: refereed
  • Sikkema-de Jong M.T. & Swart E.K. (2017), App, noot, mies. Leerzame voorleesapps kiezen, De Wereld van het Jonge Kind 45: 16-19. article in journal
  • Sikkema-de Jong M.T., Van Duijn D. & Dol K. (2017), Digitale leeskilometers in groep 3. Lesplan voor leerkrachten in het basisonderwijs. [design] design
  • Sikkema – de Jong M.T., Van Duijn D.N., Dol K. & Van Ginkel J.R. (2017), Digital reading miles as a way to improve G1 children’s reading level. Twenty-fourth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Halifax. In: Reading Ability and Print Exposure.. conference paper
  • Sikkema T.M., Van Duijn D. & Dol K. (2017), Handleiding digitaliseren van gedrukte boeken. NRO-project "Leesvaardigheid voor digitale leeskilometers in groep 3: Differentiatie door inzet van ICT” (. Pedagogiek, Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen, Universiteit Leiden), : Universiteit Leiden / Driestar Educatief. report
  • Sikkema – de Jong M.T., Van Duijn D. & Dol K. (2017), Leeskilometers met e-boeken., Didactief 11(1-2): 20-21. article in journal
  • Sikkema – de Jong M.T., Van Duijn D.N. & Van Ginkel J.R. (2017), Leesvaardig door digitale leeskilometers in groep 3. In: Van Steensel R., Seegers E. (Eds.) Succesvol Lezen in het Onderwijs.: Stichting Lezen. 99-117. book chapter
  • Nielen T.M.J., Mol S.E., Sikkema-de Jong M.T. & Bus A.G. (2016), Attentional bias toward reading in reluctant readers, Contemporary Educational Psychology 46: 263-271. article in journal: refereed
  • Espin C.A., Van den Bosch R.M. & Sikkema-de Jong T.M. (2016), Behandeling van onderwijsleerproblemen: Interventies en voortgangsmonitoring. In: Van IJzendoorn M.H., Van Rosmalen L. (Eds.) Pedagogiek in beeld. Een inleiding in de pedagogische studie van opvoeding, onderwijs en hulpverlening. Houten, The Netherlands: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum. 327-338. book chapter
  • Both-de Vries A.C., De Jong T.M., Shaul S. & Bus A.G. (2016), Parafoveal processing of letters and letter-likeforms in prereaders growing up in a left-to-right or a right-to-left writing convention, Language and Cognition 8(5): 566-586. article in journal: refereed
  • Davidse N.J., De Jong M.T., Shaul S. & Bus A.G. (2014), A twin-case study of developmental number sense impairment, Cognitive Neuropsychology 31(3): 221-236. article in journal: refereed
  • De Jong M.T. & Verhallen M.J.A.J. (2014), Digital technology as enrichment of young children’s literacy environment. In: Holliman A.J. (Ed.) The Routledge International Companion to Educational Psychology. New York: Routledge. book chapter
  • Jong M.T. de & Verhallen M.J.A.J. (2013), Video storybooks a way to empower children at risk. In: Shamir A., Korat O. (Eds.) Technology as a support for literacy achievements for children at risk. Literacy Studies no. 7 Dordrecht: Springer. 33-45. book chapter
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (2012), Young children's visual attention to illustrations and print as a source for learning. [other] other
  • Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2012), Additions to electronic books for beginning readers that may support interest, comprehension, and reading. [other] other
  • Bus A.G., Davidse N.J. & Jong M.T. de (2012), Snel afgeleide kleuters lopen risico op leerachterstand: Meer aandacht voor executieve functies in vroege interventies, Tijdschrift voor Remedial Teaching 5: 20-23. article in journal
  • Dijken M.J. van, Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2011), Open access to living books on internet: A new chance to bridge the linguistic gap for at-risk preschoolers?, European Journal of Special Needs Education 26(3): 299-310. article in journal: refereed
  • Davidse N.J., Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (2010), De invloed van executieve functies op de vroege leesontwikkeling.. In: Zelfsturing als basis voor de ontwikkeling van het kind. Een oriëtatie vanuit wetenschap en praktijk. Sardes Speciale Editie, 9.. 28-32. book chapter
  • Mol S.E., Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (11 December 2009), To read or not to read: A meta-analysis in developmental perspective (Lecture). Nijmegen. other
  • Ronde-Davidse N.J. de & Jong M.T. de (28 August 2009), Do cognitive child characteristics moderate effects of environmental factors on vocabulary and print knowledge of preschoolers? (Lecture). Amsterdam. other
  • Jong M.T. de (2009), Home literacy environment and literacy development. Amsterdam. [other] other
  • Ronde-Davidse N.J. de, Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (28 August 2009), Validity of a children's storybook cover recognition task as a measure of home literacy (Lecture). Amsterdam. other
  • Mol S.E., Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (27 August 2009), Interaction: A vital component of book reading in classrooms? (Lecture). Amsterdam. other
  • Mol S.E., Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (24 June 2009), Home literacy environment and literacy outcomes from childhood throughout young adulthood: A meta-analysis on the effects of print exposure (Lecture). Boston. other
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (22 June 2009), Living books to facilitate entrance to a literate culture? (Lecture). Zwolle. other
  • Jong M.T. de (2009), (Digitale) prentenboeken zijn een onmisbare link op de route naar geletterdheid. Tilburg. [other] other
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (2 April 2009), Design features in living books and their effects on young children's vocabulary (Lecture). Denver (USA). other
  • Jong M.T. de (2009), New Technology as a Support for Young Children's Language and Literacy. Denver (USA). [other] other
  • Jong M.T. de (24 March 2009), De grenzen van mijn taal zijn de grenzen van mijn wereld. Over het belang van voorlezen in de voorschoolse periode (Lecture). Ede. other
  • Ronde-Davidse N.J. de, Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2009), Basic numerosity comprehension and cognitive control in relation to addition & substraction sums. Utrecht. [other] other
  • Jong M.T. de (27 February 2009), Een dissertatie moet lumineus, maar niet volumineus zijn (Lecture). Leiden. other
  • Bus A.G., Verhallen M.J.A.J. & Jong M.T. de (2009), How onscreen storybooks contribute to early literacy. In: Bus A.G., Neuman S.B. (Eds.) Multimedia and literacy development: Improving achievement for young learners. New York: Taylor & Francis Group. 153-167. book chapter
  • Mol S.E., Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2009), Interactive book reading in early education: A tool to stimulate print knowledge as well as oral language., Review of Educational Research 79(2): 979-1007. article in journal: refereed
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (2008), Beneficial effects of adult-child interaction During storybook reading.. United States, NC, Ashville. [other] other
  • Mol S.E., Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2008), Interaction, a vital component of book reading in classrooms?. Ashville, NC, USA. [other] other
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (6 March 2008), The Potential Contribution of Computers to Early Literacy (Lecture). Arnhem, The Netherlands. other
  • Mol S.E., Bus A.G., Jong M.T. de & Smeets D.J.H. (2008), Added Value of Dialogic Parent-Child Book Readings: A Meta-Analysis, Early Education & Development 19(1): 7-26. article in journal: refereed
  • Bus A.G., Jong M.T. de, Verhallen M.J.A.J. & Kooy-Hofman V. (2008), Design features in living books and their effects on young children's vocabulary. In: Neuman Susan B (Ed.) Educating the orther America. Top experts tackle poverty, literacy, and achievement in our schools. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing. 263-276. book chapter
  • Bus A.G., Jong M.T. de & Van IJzendoorn M.H. (2008), Social aspects in language and literacy leaning: Progress, problems, and interventions.. In: Spodek B., Saracho O. (Eds.) Contemporary Perspectives on Social Learning in Early Childhood Education. Information Age Publishers: Charlotte, NC. 243-258. book chapter
  • Bus A.G., Jong M.T. de, Verhallen M.J.A.J. & Kooy-Hofman V. (2008), Which features make living books take effects on young children's vocabulary?. In: Neuman S.B (Ed.) Literacy achievement for young children from poverty.: Paul Chapman Publishing. book chapter
  • Jong M.T. de, Mol S.E., Bus A.G. & Smeets D.J.H. (2007), An up-date and expansion of a Meta-analysis of Parent-Child Book Reading. Prague, Czech Republic. [other] other
  • Mol S.E., Bus A.G., Jong M.T. de & Smeets D.J.H. (12 June 2007), An up-date and expansion of a meta-analysis of parent-child book reading. In O. Korat, Early Literacy Events and Children's Literacy (Lecture). Praag, Czech Republic. other
  • Jong M.T. de, Bus A.G., Verhallen M.J.A.J. & Kooy-Hofland V.A.C. van der (12 April 2007), Linquistic development under the influence of living books (Lecture). Groningen. other
  • Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2007), Een witte is een poes, een zwarte een kat. Uitbreiding van Woordenschat onder invloed van Levende Boeken, De Wereld van het Jonge Kind 34: 258-261. article in journal
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (19 September 2006), Voorlezen en multimediaverhalen op kinderdagverblijven (Lecture). Utrecht. other
  • Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2006), Voorlezen en multimedia verhalen: Pet of dubbele pet?. Utrecht. [other] other
  • Jong M.T. de (6 July 2006), Where did mister OWl take us? Are multimedia stories a barrier or walking frame for preschollers on their way to literacy? (Lecture). Vancouver, Canada. other
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (29 June 2006), Where did mister Owl take us? Are multimedia stories a barrier or walking frame for preschoolers on their way to literacy (Lecture). Amsterdam. other
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (10 May 2006), Animated stories: Catalyst for reading and language development of preschoolers? (Lecture). Amsterdam. other
  • Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (25 January 2006), Geletterd worden met de Muis (Lecture). Tilburg. other
  • Bus A.G., Jong M.T. de & Verhallen M.J.A.J. (2006), CD-ROM talking books: A way to enhance early Literacy. In: McKenna M.C., Labbo L.D, kieffer R.D., Reinking D. (Eds.) International Handbook for Literacy and Technology-Volume Two. Mahwah, New Jersy, London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 129-144. book chapter
  • Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2006), Relationships in book sharing: A developmentally appropriate way to foster pre-academic growth.. In: Rosen koetter A., Knapp-Philo J. (Eds.) To read the world: Language and literacy in the first 3 years. Washington: Zero-to-three Press. 123-144. book chapter
  • Verhallen M.J.A.J., Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2006), The promise of multimedia stories for kindergarten children at risk, Journal of Educational Psychology 98: 410-419. article in journal: refereed
  • Bus A.G., Verhallen M.J.A.J. & Jong M.T. de (7 November 2003), Elektronische boeken in de vroegschoolse educatie (Lecture). Amsterdam. other
  • Jong M.T. de (9 January 2003), Little Flatfoot goes digital (PhD thesis). Leiden: Mostert & Van Onderen. Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s):Ruijssenaars A.J.J.M., IJzendoorn M.H. van, Bus A.G. PhD thesis
  • Schipper J.C. de, Jong M.T. de, Zeijl J. van & Vroom M. (2003), Flexibele opvang: Aanbod vaak groter dan de vraag, Kinderopvang 6: 34-39. article in journal
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (2003), How well suited are electronic books to supporting literacy?, Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 3: 147-164. article in journal: refereed
  • Schipper J.C. de, Jong M.T. de, Zeijl J. van, Tavecchio L.W.C. & Van IJzendoorn M.H. (2003), Pedagogische kijk op kinderopvang. Een beknopte inleiding voor het beroepsonderwijs. (Introduction into child care for professonal caregivers).. Amsterdam: SWP. book
  • Jong M.T. de (2002), Zijn electronische boeken geschikt om de literaire ervaringswereld van jonge kinderen uit te breiden?. Tilburg. [other] other
  • Both-de Vries A., Bus A.G. & Jong M.T. de (2002), Is het pedagogisch-didactisch onderzoek van het jonge kind bruikbaar om vast te stellen of kleuters op weg zijn naar lezen en schrijven?. Leiden: Universiteit Leiden. report
  • Jong M.T. de (2002), Ontluikende geletterdheid. In: IJzendoorn M.H. van, Frankrijker H. de (Eds.) Pedagogiek in beeld: Inleiding in de pedagogische studie van opvoeding, onderwijs en hulpverlening. Houten: Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum. 381-395. book chapter
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (2002), Quality of book-reading matters for emergent readers: An experiment with the same book in a regular or electronic format, Journal of Educational Psychology 94: 145-155. article in journal: refereed
  • Jong M.T. de & Bus A.G. (1 December 2001), Quality of book-reading matters. (Lecture). San Antonio, Texas. other
  • Bus A.G., Both-de Vries A., Jong M.T. de, Sulzby E., Jong W. de & Jong E. de (2001), Conceptualizations Underlying Prereaders' Story Writing. In: CIERA Report nr2-015. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, School of Education. conference paper
  • Bus A.G., Both-de Vries A., Jong M.T. de, Sulzby E., Jong W. de & Jong E. de (2001), Conceptualizations Underlying Prereaders' Story Writing.CIERA Report nr2-015, Internet Tijdschrift : 1-16. article in journal

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