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Dr. Ingrid Van Rompay-Bartels
I am a Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow with ample international experience, and a passion for teaching and researching intercultural competencies and the mindsets necessary for global citizenship. With my team, I am promoting students' international experience to prepare them to navigate intercultural challenges in a globalized world at home.
Ik ben / I am / Ich bin / Je suis
I've taught and researched in multicultural settings through a Comenius grant for "Peer feedback in international classrooms." I specialize in developing Netiquette, Learning Outcomes, and Assessment Criteria, and serve as a sparring partner for Ingrid. Currently, I'm implementing these principles and contributing to the project's dissemination.
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Esther van Popta
I contribute to the Comenius project as an expert in the field of online learning in general and online peer feedback in particular. I will give suggestions to improve the feedback model.
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Since 2008 I'm a lecturer/researcher at the nursing department at HAN. As medical sociologist, quantitative research is a main competence in my work. A few weeks before my retirement I will analyse the data from the questionnaires.
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Judith van de Looij
At HAN ISB, I advise individual study programs on internationalization of curriculum and policy plans. I assist in selecting international partner universities, initiating projects between universities and liaising staff mobility. My role in the Comenius project is to advise the project team on possible partner universities to collaborate with in this project.
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I am a student at HAN studying to become a French teacher, and a student assistant since August 2022. My role within Comenius is to comment upon the various deliverables from a student point of view and assist in the development of the reflection tool.
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As student intern, I contributed to applied research and Excel analysis for writing various products related to project results. I also co-create designs for new activities and tools for CBWCB.
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I have been working at HAN for 14 years, as a senior lecturer of French and Intercultural Awareness at International Business. Since 2017, I am a teacher trainer at HAN School of Education, helping students to reflect upon intercultural challenges during their minors. My role within the project is to create reflection tools.
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Kim Willemsen-van Zeeland
I am one of the education policy advisers of the academy ISB. My contribution to the Comenius project is modest, I review draft products and advise on their clarity and validity appropriate to the national IB programme framework.
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In 2021 I was student intern for CBWCB, and later I wrote my Graduation paper with Dr. Van Rompay-Bartels as my company coach. Continuing with her, I will manage the Marketing Communications of the Comenius project and co-create educational content.
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As student intern, I assisted with administration and designing tools for classes, co-created activities and researched global citizenship and intercultural virtual collaboration. I worked closely with Angela Piccioni to create content for LinkedIn and the website.
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As a student intern, I assist in designing/redacting content for the CBWCB classes. My role involves overviewing students’ experience within the course and helping create feedback relevant to the Comenius Project. I’m also part of the analysis part of the Intercultural Virtual Collaboration.
My overall goal is to create a positive impact in the online education and help make this awarded research project continue successfully.
Marcel Jansen supported Dr Van Rompay-Bartels during the grant application phase by offering advice about the best way to frame the "pitch" of Raising Global Citizens at Home.
Marlous van den Tooren acted as a bridge between the HAN UAS team and the vision for the Comenius project.
Last but not least, without the commitment and hard work of Dr Van Rompay-Bartels' first student assistants, Sadaf Rezwani and Lysette Peerlings, this project would not be where it is today.