Lerarenopleidingen Science en Wiskunde/Rekenen

MaSDiV – Omgaan met diversiteit in de bèta-vakken

MaSDiV final report (2019).

Een Erasmus+ project met concrete nascholing
Engelse titel : Supporting mathematics and science teachers in addressing diversity and promoting fundamental values

Artikel: Sorge, S., Doorman, L. M., Maass, K., Straser, O., Hesse, A., Jonker, V. and Wijers, M. (2023). Supporting mathematics and science teachers in implementing intercultural learning ZDM – Mathematics Education. doi:10.1007/s11858-023-01478-3 .

(Culturele) diversiteit in wiskunde en beta-vakken onderbouw vo

Er zijn drie nascholingsmodules:

  • Rekening houden met verschillende prestatieniveaus
  • Gebruikmaken van betekenisvolle en relevante contexten
  • Rekening houden met culturele verschillen in de klas

Op 1 juni 2017 is het project MaSDiV van start gegaan tijdens de eerste consortium-meeting in Freiburg (Duitsland). Bijzonder aan dit project is de samenwerking tussen onderzoeksinstellingen (universiteiten/hogescholen) en beleids-makers/ondersteuners (ministeries).

  • Engelse titel: Supporting mathematics and science teachers in addressing diversity and promoting fundamental values
  • Ingediend op 13-4-2016, goedgekeurd in najaar 2016. Looptijd 1-2-2017 tot 1-2-2020
  • Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 3: support for policy reform — initiatives for policy innovation, European policy experimentations in the fields of education, training and youth led by high-level
    2015/C 415/08
The aim of the policy measure is to support STEM teachers (in line with ET 2020 priorities) in ensuring basic skills for all learners and in promoting fundamental democratic values through intercultural learning, respecting diversity, engaging in critical thinking and exercise judgement (Paris declaration). To reach this aim we will set up regional, specialised mathematics & science professional development (PD) centres (or attach them to existing centres) which will provide this support to teachers. These PD centres will conceptualise and offer innovative professional development courses for science and mathematics in-service teachers addressing cultural diversity.
  • Duitsland, Hogeschool Freiburg (penvoerder) en IPN Kiel (en ministerie van onderwijs van Baden Württemberg)
  • Malta, Universiteit (en ministerie van onderwijs)
  • Nederland, Universiteit Utrecht
  • Spanje, Universiteit van Jaén (en ministerie van onderwijs)
  • Turkije, Universiteit van Hacettepe (en ministerie van onderwijs)
    • Daarnaast is er een ‘International Impact Board’ met daarin nog de landen: Frankrijk, Litouwen, Noorwegen, Oostenrijk, Slowakije, Tsjechië

Voor het onderzoek zijn enkele onderzoeksinstrumenten ontwikkeld:

  • Vragenlijst voor docenten (in pdf): Pre en Post.
  • Vragenlijst voor leerlingen (pdf).
Deze cursus is gegeven binnen de lerarenopleiding (science en wiskunde) in het voorjaar van 2018 (3 bijeenkomsten van 4,5 uur).

Bijeenkomst 1

Bijeenkomst 2

Bijeenkomst 3

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