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Ayo Adedokun in the running for title ‘Teacher of the Year 2022’
Ayo Adedokun, Assistant Professor at Leiden University College (LUC) in The Hague, is one of the four finalists in the running for the title ‘Teacher of the Year 2022’. The yearly election is organized by the Interstedelijk Student Overleg, the largest national student organization in the Netherlands,…
Do you have a general interest in a particular degree programme, but you do not want to complete the entire programme? Many programmes offer the option of becoming a contract student. That means you would not legally be considered a student, but you would have the right to take examinations.
Research projects for students of the University of Leiden and other Dutch Universities are often available at the MacBio group. The research lines are also described in the Research section. For details of specific projects contact the supervisor (Ubbink, Dame, Boyle).
Teaching & Partial BKO certificate
The Graduate School Archeology no longer offers the opportunity to obtain a full BKO certificate for PhD students. PhD candidates can opt for the partial BKO, especially designed for them, in which only the objective 3 and 4 are assessed: preparing and giving lectures and supervising students.
Erasmus+ for Teaching Assignments
Internationalisation of teaching
Leiden University values internationalisation and has the clear intention to create a truly international student body, to strengthen the international character of the University and to internationalise the learning experience for all students.
Activating teaching and learning
The active learning ambition is based on the idea that knowledge is more likely to ‘stick’ when students are actively engaged with their learning and research. This active student participation has implications for how we teach: less consumption of knowledge and more efficient use of contact hours.
Teacher motivation and teaching
University-school partnerships are important constellations for teachers’ professional learning. The present study investigates how both teacher characteristics and contextual factors are related to teachers’ motivation to participate in the university-school partnership, and the relationship between…
- Teaching and didactics
- Teaching Dutch (MA)
- Teaching Classics (MA)
- Teaching Chemistry (MSc)
- Teaching Mathematics (MSc)
- Teaching Economics (MSc)
- Teaching Social Studies (MA)
- Teaching Business Economics (MSc)
- Teaching Spanish (MA)
- Teaching Philosophy (MA)
- Teaching English (MA)
- Teaching French (MA)
- Teaching Physics (MSc)
- Teaching Biology (MSc)
- Teaching German (MA) (60EC)
- Teaching Religious Studies (MA)
Stieltjes Prize for Peter Bruin
Peter Bruin (PhD Leiden, September 2010) has been awarded the Stieltjes Prize for the best mathematics PhD thesis in the Netherlands. The Stieltjes Prize has been awarded each year since 1996.
Meijers Prizes, Van Wersch Springplank prizes and Thesis Prizes awarded at New Years’ reception
On Thursday 10 January a number of prizes were presented to researchers and students.
Teaching and research
Leiden University and LUMC benefit from unique knowledge gained from research and teaching about healthy lifestyles. We want to bring this knowledge together into one place, and we want to share it even more effectively than we do now.
Student teachers’ commitment to teaching
What are relationships between student teachers’ personal characteristics, learning experiences and perception of external environmental aspects impacting teacher career and their commitment to teaching?
Activating teaching methods
Revising your curriculum and writing course guides and block/module guides
Integration of research and teaching
Integration of research and teaching is the core of Leiden University’s teaching in all programmes. The university stimulates students’ research-oriented attitudes.
Sustainability in our teaching
In our teaching we give all our students the opportunity to become acquainted with sustainability themes and issues, where possible in line with the content of their programme.
Vision on teaching and learning
News, inspiration, background information, tools and more about the Learning@LeidenUniversity vision on teaching and learning.
Teaching in Practice (UTQ module)
This page contains all relevant information for lecturers teaching in the Astronomy bachelor's and/or master's curriculum at Leiden University.
Teaching PhD position(1.0 fte)
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS)
- Teaching History and Civics (MA)
Arianna Pranger lecturer of the year 2019-2020
‘One lecturer stood out in particular,’ said Dirk van Vugt, Chair of the Leiden University Student Platform (LUS), at the opening of the academic year. ‘Despite the hurdles of remote teaching, she managed to inspire her students with the aid of knowledge clips, challenges and topical lectures about…
‘Right now, it's an enormous achievement just to pass a subject'
When the corona epidemic broke out, Nuno Atalaia, a teacher of Portuguese, ‘democratised’ his lectures. He is one of the three nominees for the LUS Teaching Prize. What is it about this approach that appeals to students?
CML Stans Prize 2019
CML grants three Stans Awards each year, known as the best PhD paper, best student thesis and best outreach from the past year. The CML staff nominated students and colleagues and this year’s jury Helias Udo De Haes and Gjalt Huppes made the final decision.
Stans Prize 2010
The ‘Stans Prize 2010’ has been awarded to Leontien Cenin and Lisanne Daniëlle Korpelshoek for their research on impacts of landuse on three migrant harriers in northern Cameroon.
‘Let students see you’re passionate about your subject’
In line with tradition, at the opening of the academic year the LUS Teaching Prize will be presented to the University’s best teacher. Get to know the nominees. This week: Thijs Porck.
The role of research in university teaching: a comparison of Chinese and Dutch teachers
This dissertation reports on the beliefs and perceptions of Chinese and Dutch university teachers regarding the role of research in university teaching and how these beliefs and perceptions can be explained by their cultural, institutional and individual background characteristics
- Language Teaching in Secondary Education (MA)
Leiden University Graduate School of Teaching
Good teaching lays the foundations for the future. All schoolchildren and students should be given the opportunity to get the best out of themselves. Teachers and lecturers are a determining factor for the quality of the teaching. That is why teachers and lecturers are central to the research at the…
The research-teaching nexus in the humanities: Variations among academics
Central in this thesis are the various forms the research-teaching nexus can take in the university, especially in the Faculty of Humanities. The importance of a strong relation between research and teaching is advocated by many academics, but debate is going on about the forms this strenghthened relation…
e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence
What is “teaching excellence” in Higher Education? Which different teaching excellence training, promotion and reward schemes exist across Europe? How can a common European teaching scheme look like? The e-NOTE project led by Leiden University seeks to answer these question in cooperation with five…
- Science teaching in Secondary Education (MSc)
Debunking myths concerning teaching arithmetic
One often sees gloomy Dutch newspaper headlines about pupils’ arithmetic skills in elementary schools. But is the situation really so bad? Marian Hickendorff is conducting intricate research on performance in and the teaching of arithmetic. The conclusions she draws beg to differ.
About the vision on teaching and learning
The Learning@LeidenUniversity vision on teaching and learning is about what we want our future graduates to be and what that means for our curricula and our learning environment. It offers a long-term framework for the further development of our education and marks the start of a process of innovati…
Teachers' teaching and learning motivation in China
The research project focuses on teachers’ learning motivation and learning performance in professional learning activities.