Staff members with discipline Education & Educational Research
Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.
Families experiencing multiple problems
-met specifieke aandacht voor de opleiding geneeskunde;
-met affiniteit voor vraagstukken die liggen op het gebied van onderwijs en bedrijfsvoering.
Begeleiding van teams binnen het UMCG met behulp van de methodiek: outputsturing.
Coordinator International Bachelor Medicine Groningen
Semester coordinator 1.1 G2020
Coordinator Research Masters
Graduate School of Medical Sciences
B cell Immunology
Higher and Vocational Education
(Professional) Learning Communities
Life long learning
Programme- and test developing
Language and education / E-learning / Online language teaching and learning / Drupal for e-learning
Evaluation of courses and curricula
Students’ evaluation and assessment
Elderly care medicine / primary care
Educational effectiveness, Information and Data Retrieval, Knowledge Management, Data Management.
* second language acquisition (SLA)
* second language (L2) pedagogy
* digitally mediated L2 learning
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Pedgagogy and Didactics
GSuite for Education
Foreign Language education
French linguistics and language development
PhD research in teaching and learning patient-centered care;
communication skills for pharmacists, with special interest in interprofessional and multicultural communication; pharmaceutical care
PhD-student research group Higher Education (GMW)
I set up a research project to learn more about the academic development of high achieving Bachelor’s students (i.e. honours students and non-honours students who belong to the best 10% of their degree programme). The goal of this research is to measure the learning interests and preferences of high achieving Bachelor’s students and to follow the interdisciplinary learning gains of an honours programme. The outcomes of this research project might contribute to the further development of interdisciplinary education and honours programmes. Policy Officer Education (Office of the University)
I work for the Strategy Department of Education & Research as a policy officer and am responsible for policy issues concerning minor programmes.
- Internationalisation of the curriculum / international classroom
- Continuous Professional Development
- Active learning
I am fascinated with change in organizations; how people respond, the dynamics that occur and the complexities of organizing change for those in charge, the change leaders. Although I am interested in all sorts of organizational change processes, my PhD thesis particularly focused on the complexities of organizing change in medical school’s undergraduate curricula.
Topics: undergraduate curriculum change, medical education, complexity, challenges and strategies of change leaders, situational awareness, governance, the role of local institutional contexts in international curriculum development projects.
Statistical consultancy, evaluation of questionnaires, validity, factor analysis, cluster analysis, test norming, (mis)conceptions of Cronbach's Alpha, measuring psychosocial behaviour, transitions in education / educational careers.
History of Higher Education
Curriculum Development, Quality Assurance and Enhancement
- assessment for and of learning,
- intercultural competence development,
- faculty development (teaching and assessment as supporting and fostering learning),
- international projects on higher education (Erasmus+)