Drawing 1: The Ruined Castle Approximately two years ago, I started to combine my teaching job with pursuing a research degree in education. After these two years, more questions developed and more wonders emerged. The most pertinent questions relate to our understanding of knowledge, which is called ontology and epistemology. Initially these more philosophical questions... Continue Reading →
At the moment, I combine teaching with pursuing a PhD at the Institute of Education at University College London which, according to its slogans, encourages innovative and disruptive thinking. One of the ideas that has created quite some attention is the formulation of Powerful Knowledge (PK) by Professor Michael Young. Since the beginning of this... Continue Reading →
This blog post is about the highly interested Inter-Allied Women's Conference that took place during the Paris Peace Conference, which is unfortunately rather neglected in our collective memory of the treaty of Versailles. This blog post gives a little bit of background information about the women and how I taught about this conference using a website Thinglink.
Student populations are no longer homogenous in our globalized classrooms, therefore there is an increased likelihood of spontaneous disagreements in the classroom. In light of the project “Learning to Disagree”, EUROCLIO aims to support educators in discussing controversial topics by developing teaching materials and guidelines. This blog post focuses on preparatory work for educators before bringing... Continue Reading →
Teaching Tolerance (2018 - 2019). “Queer America”. In partnership with University of Wisconsin Press. Hosted by Leila Rupp and John D’Emilio. Available on Spotify, Google Music, Apple Podcasts. Podcasts are a great way to engage with new thoughts and insights, as they are entertaining yet highly informative and always available. All of the above is applicable to the podcasts series... Continue Reading →