Good teaching through the eyes of students
How do students see their ideal teacher? Which characteristics must he meet?
Jan Vanhoof and Geert Smeerts investigated it and wrote down their findings in this article.
A recommendation from students to their teachers ...
Fear of failure: Folder with tips
As a teacher, how can you guide a student with fear of failure?
Discover some practical tips in this brochure.
Guide for executive functions
To help a student develop executive functions, it is good to know how they function.
Eleven cards describe the various executive functions, but also how you can support children in their development.
Advantages of (learning in) nature for children with special educational needs
Teachers and supervisors have demonstrated in this project that regular activities in nature contribute to the improvement of the general well-being of children, their independence, their self-confidence, mutual cooperation, ...
The project has …
On the shoulders of giants: Inspiring insights from cognitive psychology
How do you ensure that you do not overload the working memory of students? How do you land new knowledge properly? And how do you provide good feedback? Tapping the brain in the best way is a daily job for teachers.
This free downloadable book by …
Dealing with differences in the class: Guide
International research shows that a number of working methods are very successful in dealing with differences in the classroom.
The five most important are discussed in this guide:
- team teaching,
- collaborative learning,
- systematic approach to …
Profile of inclusive teachers
There are four related core values at the basis of working in inclusive education
to keep in touch with learning and teaching and which apply to all teachers:
- appreciating student diversity (becoming differences between students
considered as a …
Inventory of practices of inclusive education worldwide
The research was conducted by Heleen Hartholt and was named Celebrating Diversity in School Practice.
In the report you will find a number of general observations about the inventories and an analysis of the material found.
Smartphones at school: Hotspot or notspot?
Can smartphones be used on the playground and in the classroom? Or do they have to go into the locker? "We can no longer remove the smartphone from our lives," says Lieven De Marez, (UGent) in Class. "But you have to teach your …
Inventory and analysis of research and policy advice Dutch as a second language: Research
Commissioned by the Taalunie, the CTO and ITTA carried out a joint study to find trends and gaps in research and policy texts on NT2 language acquisition education over the past 15 years.
Student (teacher training)