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“How come Dutch students speak English so well?”, teacher Noushin Loghmani from Teheran wonders. Caspar Kollaard, English teacher at the IJburg College…
At the UniC School, students start working on challenges from the fourth year on; these are real assignments for real clients. Challenges…
Doing an occasional ICT course? Or getting help and advice from a colleague who knows a lot about ICT? Matthijs van Setten,…
At the Pieter Groen School, the first year vmbo students (intermediate general secondary education) start the day with a tutorial class. Emma,…
In the spring of 2018, a delegation of Belgian teachers and civil servants visited several schools in the Netherlands to find inspiration…
The Herbert Vissers College has started team teaching, whereby two teachers give lessons to two classes at the same time. In this…
More and more schools are using development rubrics as an alternative to giving marks, particularly when it comes to skills that are…
Astrid Marissen is a teacher at College Den Hulster, where, together with her colleagues, she has rolled out a new Design &…
Casparus College in Weesp recently welcomed a delegation of 15 inquisitive teachers and a school director from Japan. “Providing education of the…
Ichthus College wanted to collate valuable information on and about its students in a digital portfolio. This led to an extensive search…
Maths teachers at College Weert are using formative assessments and tests to provide bespoke guidance to students, both inside and outside the…
Ties (14) is in vwo (grammar school) 3 of the Hyperion Lyceum. It’s a school that teaches its students to think critically…

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