What others said about me:
THE Research Stand-up Comedian! he’ll make you laugh & also question everything you thought you knew…
“Pedro De Bruyckere (1974) is an educational scientist (PhD) at Arteveldehogeschool, Ghent (www.arteveldehs.be) since 2001. Utrecht University since 2022.”
Check my page at Google Scholar for my scientific work.
- in English
- In Dutch
- ‘Is het nu generatie X, Y of Einstein?’ (2009)
- ‘De Jeugd Is Tegenwoordig’ (2011)
- ‘Jongens zijn slimmer dan meisjes’ (2013 en 2016)
- ‘Meisjes kijken’ (2013)
- ‘Ik was 10 in 2015’ (2015)
- ‘Wat we kinderen echt kunnen leren’ (is actually this great book by Daniel Willingham that I translated into Dutch).
- Klaskit (2017)
- Juffen zijn Toffer dan Meesters (2019)
- Met de kinderen alles goed (2020)
- Bijna alles wat je moet weten over psychologie (2021)
- In Swedish
- In Chinese
- The translation of Urban Myths about Learning and Education (2018).
- In Spanish
- In Turkish
I have been writing articles and OpEds for magazines and websites in Sweden, UK, France, US (American Educator)…
About this blog
I have been blogging in Dutch since 2009 about youngsters, education and popular culture. Lately, I have been giving more and more public speeches in English, and I’ve noticed more and more non-dutch-speaking people started to visit xyofeinstein.be. So, I’ve started this blog with original content on the same topics.
Do you want me as your next public speaker?
I’m often asked as a keynote speaker both in Dutch and in English. You can book me through speakersacademy.com
Tel: (+31) 010-4333322 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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What is your professional background?
I first became a teacher of Dutch, History and Geography in secondary education, followed by a master in educational sciences. Now I’m a teacher trainer/educational scientist at Arteveldehogeschool, and also connected to the OU in Heerlen as a external researcher.
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finding your blog is a relief for me who live in Brazil dominated by the insanity of the “pedagogy of the oppressed”, by Paulo Freire, a Marxist.