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Impact in Focus: ‘Fit en Vaardig’ at the elementary school with Esther Hartman

21 November 2023

Impact in Focus is a new video series that takes you along into the inspiring world of research at the University of Groningen. Discover how our researchers bring about change and what impact they want to make.

In this episode movement scientist Esther Hartman talks about here research into the influence of movement in elementary school lessons. She developed the learning method Fit en Vaardig in which elementary school students receive half an hour of moving language and math lessons three times a week. What is the most important question she wants to answer and what is the impact of her research on society?

Find out in this new episode of Impact in Focus!

  • More information: Esther Hartman
  • View the previous episode featuring René Veenstra here
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