Introduction to the Dutch education system, mentorship and good practices (secondary and upper secondary) – inglise keeles
Within three trainings Suzanne Sassen will explain the Dutch education system and give examples of good practices. Subjects that will be discussed are the program of exams, profile choices, mentorship and method, pupil and learning process, triangle conversations with student and parents and transitional meetings.
Suzanne Sassen is from the Netherlands. She is an art teacher in secondary and upper secondary education for seven years. She works at Liemers College in Zevenaar, a small town close to the German border. She got a certificate in Fine Arts and my teacher degree in Fine Arts and Design. For five years she is a mentor for students in the age of 14 to 18 years old. Also I am responsible for the international program for our school. I am interested in other education systems and good practices. For me education is a universal languages which we should share more often. I hope my webinars will bring some inspiration for the future.
Secondary and upper secondary teachers
- Knows the general basic of the Dutch education system.
- Can understand the different routes students can follow through the education system.
- Understands the different profiles students can choice and can argument why students should or should not choice for a certain profile.
- Knows how the exam regulations works and when a student is graduated or not.
- Knows what the program of exams means.
- Knows what the tasks of a mentor mean in the Netherlands.
- Has an idea how the method in class works and what the benefits are.
- Knows how to use different learning methods for their students.
- Understands the definition of owner of learning process.
- Knows how a triangle conversation with parents works.
- Has many examples how to lead a triangle conversation.
- Can understand how transitional meetings work in the Netherlands.
- Knows what a students had to provide for a transitional meeting.