Nienke Wieringa studied biology in Utrecht, with a special interest in tropical ecology. While working as a teacher of the natural environment, she got infected by the enthusiasm for teaching. She graduated from the ICLON Graduate School of Teaching in 2006 and has been working as a biology teacher at the Zandvlietcollege in The Hague since. In 2007 she started her PhD at ICLON, which she now combines with being a teacher educator.
- Wieringa N. (23 January 2019), Teacher knowledge and lesson design (PhD thesis. ICLON, Science, Leiden). Supervisor(s): Janssen F.J.J.M., Driel J.H. van.
- Wieringa N., Janssen F. J. J. M. & van Driel J. H. (2013), Using goal systems to understand teachers' implementation of innovations, Pedagogische Studien 90(3): 37-55.
- Wieringa N., Janssen F.J.J.M & Driel J.H. van (2011), Biology teachers designing context -based lessons for their classroom practice - the importance of rules-of-thumb, International Journal of Science Education 33(17): 2437-2462.
- Wieringa N. (2011), Teachers’ educational design as a process of reflection-in-action: the lessons we can learn from Donald Schön’s The Reflective Practitioner when studying the professional practice of teachers as educational designers, Curriculum Inquiry 41(1): 167-174.
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