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Using a practical teaching model by beginning teachers learning to design lessons.
Beginning teachers often experience difficulties making activating lessons. This study investigates how and if the practical teaching model can offer them a hand in learning to design lessons.
What determines motivation for the teaching profession?
The motivation of student teachers for the teacher's profession depends on various factors. Teacher training can influence the commitment of students. That is stated in the doctoral thesis of Ikupa Moses, who graduates from the Leiden University Graduate School of Teaching (ICLON) on 7 September 201…
- Teachers wanted
Professional learning communities for mentors of novice teachers
Professional learning communities are useful for professionalization but also for the development of induction programmes. In this project, we combine these two worlds into a professional learning communities in which mentors or novice teachers learn about mentoring and at the same time develop an induction…
Education and organisation development
Education and Organisation Development
Online project-based higher education: student collaboration and outcomes
The current dissertation presents a review study and three empirical studies, focusing on the understanding of the state of the art of research about PjBL in higher education and the investigation of the relation between PjBL and student outcomes in the context of Chinese higher education.
mentoring match: Mentor teachers' practical knowledge about adaptive mentoring and individual differences between student teachers.
What practical knowledge do mentor teachers have of adaptive mentoring and of individual differences between student teachers?
Teacher of the Year Award
Which teacher did an outstanding job in not only transferring knowledge in novel ways but also in getting students enthusiastic and connecting a course to current research themes?
Differentiated instruction in practice
A teacher perspective
Religious Studies at Leiden University allows you to study a broad spectrum of religions and their manifestations.
Diversity in educational goals: a toolbox for realizing educational ideals within the context of the school profile
Schools of secondary education are assigned to (further) develop a curriculum vision regarding three functions of education (Sectorakkoord VO, 2014; 2018).: qualification, socialization, and subjectification (Biesta, 2015). This research project is aimed at developing instruments that help schools identify,…
The influence of induction programs on beginning teachers'well-being and professional development
This thesis reports on the influence of induction programs on beginning teachers’ well-being and professional development, and the essential characteristics of an induction program. These topics were explored by means of an interview study and large scale survey study.
- Education Showcase
The development of (beginning) teachers
How can teachers best learn from each other and develop? Jacobiene Meirink is conducting research on professional development for teachers in secondary education. She is particularly interested in how teachers collaborate on and learn from the development of teaching programmes. More insight into effective…
Individual teacher learning in a context of collaboration in teams
In this study we aimed to examine teacher learning within a context of collaboration in interdisciplinary teams.
Kenniswerkplaats Diversiteit for Education in the Hague: A collaboration between municipality, secondary education, and higher education
The goal of the Kenniswerkplaats Diversiteit is to answer research questions schools in the Hague have in collaboration with the schools. The aim is to offer all children the same opportunities to develop through education.
Engaging students in the study of physics: An investigation of physics teachers' belief systems about teaching and learning physics
This doctoral thesis comprises four studies on the content and structure of physics teachers’ belief systems about teaching and learning physics in secondary education in the Netherlands.
How to retain older teachers for secondary education
Dissatisfied older teachers regularly quit teaching before reaching retirement age. In her dissertation, PhD candidate Ietje Veldman advocates specific coaching for this group to retain them for education. PhD defence on September 27th.
We work on individual courses, programs, learning spaces and methods. Both with University faculties and with public & private organisations.
- Language and Culture Education
- Science teaching in Secondary Education (MSc)
- Language Teaching in Secondary Education (MA)
Improve your teaching
Motivating and Motivation in Bilingual Education
What motivates learners in bilingual education to learn English and how can and do teaching practices contribute to that motivation?
Collaborative learning in higher education: design, implementation and evaluation of group learning activities
The aim of this study was to provide insight into how teachers in higher education can be supported in the design, implementation and evaluation of group assignments by developing a theoretical and evidence-based framework for the design of group assignments.
is yours and what's yours is mine: Teacher communities as a means to increase adoption of Open Educational Resources in curricula?
Open Educational Resources (OER) have the potential to change teaching in Higher Education, but adoption is low despite the growing amount of resources available. The current project aims to investigate if and how teacher communities can foster adoption of OER in curricula.
- Social Sciences and Humanities Education
- Teaching Art History and Cultural and Art Education (MA)
Stay or leave? Veteran teachers’ relationships with students and job satisfaction
Dissatisfied older teachers regularly quit teaching before reaching retirement age. In her dissertation, Ietje Veldman advocates specific coaching for this group to retain them for education.
- Language and Culture Education: German
- Language and Culture Education: French
- Language and Culture Education: Dutch
- Language and Culture Education: English
Physics and Education (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Physics and Education at Leiden University prepares you to teach the subject of physics to secondary school students. The programme comprises a one-year physics component, followed by an education component in the second year.
Biology and Education (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Biology and Education at Leiden University prepares students to teach the subject of biology to secondary school students. The programme comprises a one-year Biology component, followed by an education component in the second year.
Mathematics and Education (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Mathematics and Education at Leiden University prepares students to teach the subject of mathematics to secondary school students. The programme comprises a one-year mathematics component, followed by an education component in the second year.
Astronomy and Education (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Astronomy and Education at Leiden University prepares you to teach the subject of biology to secondary school students. The programme comprises a one-year Astronomy component, followed by an education component in the second year.
research in university teaching: A comparison of Chinese and Dutch teachers
The main interest of this research concerns 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.
Intermediate assessment in higher education
In higher education intermediate assessment is used in different ways. In her PhD research Indira Day shows that lecturers should be able to continue to have the freedom to use various test forms, because not one type of test is optimal.
Research and design in STEM education
Research and design are two activities that are becoming increasingly important in the Dutch subjects O&O (‘research and design’) and NLT ('nature, life and technology’). The dissertation of Tessa Vossen (ICLON and Faculty of Science) indicates that teachers and students understand the importance of…
Teacher meeting on Physics research and education
On the evening of Tuesday January 31st, the physics institute organizes its triannual meeting for over seventy high school teachers. The program consists of lectures on developments in modern physics and the latest initiatives in the world of education.
Teachers' teaching and learning motivation in China
The research project focuses on teachers’ learning motivation and learning performance in professional learning activities.
approach for encouraging religious identity development in Religious Education
This study investigates and analyses didactical approaches in theory and practice of both scholars and expert teachers in Religious Education/Life World Orientation (for secondary level) in their role as Identity Agents in order to discover and develop didactical key components contributing to religious…
Arjen de Vetten
Computer Science and Education (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Computer Science and Education at Leiden University prepares students to teach the subject of biology to secondary school students. The programme comprises a one-year Computer Science component, followed by an education component in the second year.
- Social Sciences and Humanities Education: Religious Studies
The characteristics of a negotiated assessment procedure to promote teacher learning
The literature indicates that teacher professional development and learning may be improved by using formative assessment procedures. This thesis focuses on a specific form of formative assessment, negotiated assessment, which is characterised by the exchange of views between assessor and assessee and…
- Teaching Social Sciences and Humanities in Secondary Education (MA/MSc)
Examining teachers’ development during a school innovation: stimulating differentiated student talent development
How do teachers’ knowledge, practices, perceptions, job satisfaction and workload in secondary education develop during a school innovation in the context of differentiated student development?