Interdisciplinary research projects on Education
Radboud University recognises the fundamental role of interdisciplinary research in addressing the major challenges facing society today. To encourage top level academic collaboration, interfaculty research programmes have been established.
Below you can find more information about all current interdisciplinary research projects on Education. Visit this page for all interdisciplinary research projects.
- Two-year educational master’s programmes
- An extra impulse for evidence-based learning and teaching
Two-year educational master’s programmes
The Netherlands has been facing teacher shortages in secondary schools, especially in subjects such as computer science, chemistry, physics, mathematics, Dutch, German, French and the classics (ancient Greek and Latin). This shortage will only become more acute in coming years. By investing in two-year educational master’s programs, Radboud University hopes to combat this nationwide issue.
The Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies, the Faculty of Arts, and the Radboud Teachers Academy developed two-year programs for German, philosophy, theology, history and Dutch. This year, 2020, marks the starting point for many two-year educational master’s programs, such as mathematics, physics, and several languages beyond Dutch and German.
More information: Dr. M. Rem
Faculties involved: Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies, Faculty of Arts, Radboud Teachers Academy.
Project started in: 2018
An extra impulse for evidence-based learning and teaching
Information about this project will be added later....