dr. C.E. Oenema-Mostert
Ineke Oenema-Mostert studied Special Needs Education at the University of Groningen and obtained in 2006 her Ph.D. with a dissertation on home-based intervention in families with a young chronically ill child using the Dutch version of the Portage Program. From 2010 she is a board member of the International Portage Association.
As an assistant professor at the department of Special Needs Education she supervises master thesis and interne ships in the Netherlands and abroad. The focus of her work is on developmental delay and behavioural problems within families with a young child or within a day-care or rehabilitation centre. She lectures on Early Childhood Assessment and Intervention and Dynamic and Authentic Development of young children within their natural context (at home, day care, kindergarten, preschool and school). Mapping this development of the child and his context are the main themes of her research and supervises she several phd thesis.
From February 2012 she is employed as a professor at the Stenden University of Applied Sciences, School of Education. The main objective of her work is to build up research in the field of the (playing) learning and developing child (at risk) between 3 and 7 years in a home-based or center-based (day-care or school) environment. The role of the school in relation to the cognitive and social-emotional development of children in this age and developing educational insights with regard to the (evidence-based) design of educational and care programs for children in this age group are the main topics of her research and teaching activities.
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