Teacher Tapp: Parent Involvement
In this episode we are talking about parents. Teacher Tapp asked his respondents some questions about parent involvement. How do teachers interact with parents? How often? How important do they think that contact is? Teacher Tapp asked all these …
Feedback in the classroom: Podcast
An interview with Stijn Vanhoof and Geert Speltincx, authors of the book Feedback in the classroom .
Valentina and René talk to them about what good feedback is, why they no longer use the terms feed up, feedback and feed forward, and what they …
AD(H)D and autism: Podcast
Interview with Elise Cordaro, author of the book Anders goes too . How do you function with ADHD and autism?
ADHD in the Classroom: Podcast
Children with problem behavior really only want one thing: they want to do well, but their limitations or their limited skills prevent this from happening right away. From them it is not unwillingness, it is inability.
Podcast with Anton Horeweg, …
ADHDers are just nice people: Podcast
A conversation about ADHD with Arno de Poorter from Help with ADHD.
Multilingualism in School: Podcast
Multilingualism is a reality that all Brussels schools have to deal with. It offers opportunities, but is just as much a very complex story. Together with teacher Anki and educational supporter Karoo, we try to chart a course through those …
How do you survive that first year in front of the class?
The first year as a classroom teacher can be quite challenging. Where do you get the courage and resilience to persevere? We talk to Ellen (a starting teacher) and Margo (an initial policy supporter). A candid conversation about chaos, self-care …
Poverty, unpaid school bills and cost-conscious education: Podcast We bridge the gap
In this podcast, bridge figures talk about poverty and cost-conscious education.
Together with people from their network, they tell how they bring school, family and neighborhood closer together.
This episode is part of a podcast series entitled …
Preventive Home Visits: Podcast Operation Successful
Of course, the relationship that young people have with education does not end when the school bell rings at four o'clock. Partnership with parents is crucial if we want more young people to graduate with a diploma or qualification.
Effective reading education: Buiten De Krijtlines
What does effective reading education look like? What lessons can we learn from disappointing reading comprehension results? In this podcast of Buiten De Krijtlines, Carolien Frijns is put to the test about a strong understanding of reading …
Youth are made to learn: Podcast Operation Passed
How do you motivate young people to go to school? Not an easy question, but one that is crucial if we want more students with a diploma or qualification to graduate.
The ABC model of motivational psychologist M. Vansteenkiste offers tools for …