The next documents, products or applications are
currently available to look at or to download:
Teaching material Needlework Julianaschool Kwartellaan.
The children of this primary school follow the course for
maximum 6 hours in a study year (two projects of 3
hours). You may look on my site at by me
Teaching material (Dutch) and the examples of
for the children.
wide website: The purpose of the site was to be a meeting
point for asylum seekers, who were separated and spread around
the country and the site was also a start page in the Internet
- Course for teachers about the use of the portal EDUweb of the Wageningen University.
The course is made in Blackboard. There is a presentation
with screen dumps of the
Examples of Internet courses
which have been taught to inhabitants of the Asylum Centrum
Crailo, with among others PowerPoint presentations. The
courses themselves are not available anymore and the course
materials are integrated in the 040404 website.
The course Research Methods.
This course has been taught to first year students
Pedagogic (fulltime), at the Amsterdam University of Applied
Sciences. The site contains guides, power points, extra
information and links to sites about research methods.
Writing a thesis: course for graduate students
Educational Theory (Pedagogic, bachelors), at the Amsterdam
University of Applied Sciences.
- A prototype of an educational multimedia program
'A visit to
Amsterdam' (3.83MB). It is an example of a Resource
Based Learning Program for teachers and learners in a
'learning to learn' or a 'studiehuis (=study house)'
- A prototype of a
combination of an electronic learning
environment and a knowledge database
system for small and medium-sized
UvZ.exe (1,04 MB).
hypertext guide to some articles from the book 'Web-Based Instruction' by B.H. Khan.
multimedia package (Dutch) about computers for primary schools. It was the first Dutch issue of a distance educational
package about this subject. It consisted of radio
broadcasts, a children's workbook, a teachers manual and
educational software. A computer company (IBM) offered a
computer to the participating schools during the period of
There were about 150 participating
(Translation of the title: 'Chips, which you may not eat')