Teaching experience and Training

TRAINING
  • Activerend onderwijs (activating teaching) training, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • University Teaching Qualification (Basiskwalificatie Onderwijs, BKO), Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Training for Teaching Assistants, University of Groningen
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015 / 2016
  • Tutorial coordinator: "Herverdelen, Participeren en Zorgen", MA level, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • MA theses supervision, Erasmus University Rotterdam (3 students)
ACADEMIC YEAR 2014 / 2015

Supervisor MA theses
, Erasmus University Rotterdam (4 students)
  • Supervising four students in the completion of individual theses on the theme "Families and Institutions"
Course coordinator, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • "Identity: Gender, family, and the welfare state", BA level, Spring 2015
Tutorial supervision, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • "Cohesion 3: Deviance", BA level, Spring 2015
  • "Identity 2: Politics and Society", BA level, Spring 2015 (2 groups)
  • "Herverdelen, Participeren en Zorgen", MA level, Fall 2014 (2 groups)

PREVIOUS ACADEMIC YEARS


Lecturing and tutorial instruction
, “Networks, cohesion, and inequality”, MA level, University of Amsterdam, Spring 2014 (principle lecturer: Prof. Matthijs Kalmijn)

Supervisor MA / MSc theses
  • Wendy Albers, MA, Tilburg University, 2012 / 2013; thesis title, “Deviant behavior in Dutch neighborhoods: The effects of social embeddedness and collective efficacy”
  • Ruta Savickaite (external supervisor), MSc, University of Groningen, 2011 / 2012; thesis title, “The Effect of Popularity on Adolescent Romantic Relationships”
Supervisor, “Bachelor’s Thesis: Sociology”, BA level, Tilburg University, Spring 2012
  • Co-supervised the computer labs and provided individual guidance to 8 students in the completion of their BA theses
Course coordinator, “Recent advances in Sociology”, MA level, Tilburg University, Fall 2011
  • Instructed students in how to perform a meta-analysis in the social sciences through weekly lectures and one-on-one supervision; 29 students
TA, Sociology project, “Criminality and Safety”, BA level, University of Groningen, academic years 2008/2009, 2009/2010, and 2010/2011
  • Supervised groups of students in the completion of research projects (including school-based data collection); 8 students per academic year
TA, “Introduction to Psychology”, Mount Holyoke College, MA, USA, Spring 2005Instructed weekly lab exercises