I recently heard a podcast of prof. dr. Paul A. Kirschner. Among other things, he researches (learning) mechanisms of learners in interaction with the learning environment. From this background Kirschner asks the question: can we multitask?
My first year as a working full-timer is almost over. They say the toughest year: new impressions, wanting to prove yourself, finding your way within the organisation, a new rhythm. Fortunately, it's not as bad as the stories say it is...
Students' relationship with the government should be better than ever through the abolition of the basic grant. Now that the government does not seem to deliver what it promises, what does this mean for the relationship with the students?
A nice bachelor, an interesting master, followed by a challenging traineeship. Overall, this is the path that many students follow. This sounds very sexy, but what really is the reason that students choose these traineeships?