Your Perspective - CANCELED
N.B.: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event is canceled. A similar event will be held at a later moment.
Sharing knowledge. Fostering skills. Creating engagement. Educators and trainers all over the globe inspire billions of people every day. From kindergarten to university, to life long learning. The possibilities for careers in education and training are endless, whether you want to teach in high school until your retirement, or be a freelance workshop facilitator.
This month’s Your Perspective is all about education and training. With a degree in the humanities you can easily become a teacher, trainer or some other kind of educator. Our panel of alumni will give you a taste of what’s possible, how to get there, and what skills and preparation you would need for a career in this broad field. We will host a diverse panel to show you a wide range of opportunities.
Speakers (more to be added!)
Daan is an alumnus of German language and culture and works as teacher of German and French at the Herman Jordan Montessori Lyceum Utrecht. He also works at the HAN University of Applied Sciences, where he trains teachers-to-be.
Bjorn is an alumnus of Media studies. He works at the HU University of Applied Sciences and at Utrecht University as a lecturer. Before this, he worked at SpelenderGrijs, where he taught elderly people in nursing homes about media studies topics.
Marleen is an alumna of Dutch language and culture and Linguistics. Marleen has a lot of different working experience in education. She teaches Dutch as a second language to people who are new in the Netherlands, but she also trains native Dutch speakers in their use of Dutch for work-related purposes. Before this, she’s also worked as a teacher of Dutch in secondary and vocational education and at a foreign university.
Florine is an alumna of Theater, Film and Television studies (now Media and Culture). She started working in film education while completing a master's in Educational Sciences. Since 2005, she has been participating in a number of national projects around media literacy initiated by Mediawijzer.net, with focus on: film literacy, museum education, heritage, peer-to-peer, innovative learning strategies, formal ánd informal learning, curriculum development and politics. Since 2012, she is Head of Education at Eye Film Museum in Amsterdam and she is currently involved in several European projects (ABCinema/FLICK, Wrap!, Cinemini Europe).
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