Sounds, senses and the materiality of schooling: An acoustic history of special education in Belgium, 1824-1940 KU Leuven
Historical thinking about migration history in secondary education: examination of its disciplinary and civic potential and of Flemish teachers’ opinions KU Leuven
The (un)told Mission History of the Sisters of the Society of Jesus Mary Joseph (jmj) in India: A History of Identity Formation of Missionary Generations Shifting between Dutch Legacy and Indian Inculturation (1904 – 1969) KU Leuven
Citizenship education in times of changing and innovation in Flemish education and global uncertainty: theory and practice – Historical Empathy as pedagogical-didactical tool for controversial and historical sensitive topics Ghent University
The Flemish super divers society, as a diaspora mosaic and the successive migration flows are
mirrored in the class rooms. Diversity in education, more specifically in history classes, challenges the
‘Eurocentric’ historiographical approach of the Grand Narratives. This educational research within the
EduMa in History aims to ...
Thinking about Religious Education as 'Pag-alalay': A postcolonial, empirical and theological study into the theory and practice of Catholic religious education in the Philippines KU Leuven
For contexts like the Philippines, where the majority of the people are religious and where the Catholic religion has been entangled with a history of oppression of peoples, the challenge for religious education is to reimagine both the content and methodology of religious education. Thereby it is important that it promotes inclusive care and just relations inside and outside the classroom. In dialogue with postcolonial theory, practical ...
An integrative framework for history teachers' adoption of inquirybased learning: Explaining current adoption and mapping short- and long-term effects of training offering extended support during implementation Ghent University
Inquiry-based learning is an instructional approach that provides students with authentic problems, and the materials necessary for drawing their own conclusions. According to educational research, inquiry-based learning is one of the most promising approaches to teaching history, as it contributes to an understanding of the content, as well as the ability to reason with historical information. Unfortunately, history lessons are often ...
A relationship of reciprocity? The changing position of teaching and research wiithin the nineteenth-century history professorship. KU Leuven
This postdoc. project investigates how American avant-garde poets (William Carlos Williams, Charles Olson, Susan Howe) have thought about the nature and the representation of the past. ItU+2019s a commonplace that twentieth-century American historians, in contrast to their European colleagues, have devoted litte attention to the idea of history. This project traces an American meta-historical debate in the work of three U+2018poet ...
Sabbatical Steven Van Hecke: co-editorship Cambridge History of the European Union + various other publication projects. KU Leuven
The sabbatical period primarily serves to fulfill my duties as co-editor of Cambridge History of the European Union (CUP, 2021), together with colleague Mathieu Segers (Maastricht University): an ambitious publication project consisting of 2 volumes and approximately 40 chapters . In addition, I will use this education-free period to successfully complete existing publication projects, including the planned monograph on European political ...