Veerle Van Raemdonck

Veerle Van Raemdonck
Erasmushogeschool Brussel | EhB · department of teacher training and early childhood education

Master in Physical Education

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March 2007 - March 2020
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Position
  • Researcher
October 2004 - February 2022
Erasmushogeschool Brussel
Position
  • Lecturer and researcher
Description
  • Lecturer in teacher training - Researcher at the Centre of Expertise Urban Coaching & Education

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Publications (14)
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Lezing 3 van het symposium "Transformatie naar een meerstemmige (leraren)opleider als actor of social change" tijdens Velov-Velon Congres voor Lerarenopleiders 2022. Abstract: Transformatie in de klas door controverse te doorbreken
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In deze bijdrage starten we met het bredere kader van de Brusselse jongeren. De cijfermatige onderzoeksgegevens uit de DEBEST-survey geven indicaties over de democratische ingesteldheid van Brusselse jongeren. Daaruit blijkt dat dialoog, openheid, tolerantie en democratische ingesteldheid onlosmakelijk met elkaar verbonden zijn in de hoofden en har...
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Context: As a result of social processes such as labour migration, forced migration and globalization, our society has become more diverse in terms of ethnicity and religion ([1], [2]). This is clearly visible in the Flemish educational landscape where teachers are often confronted with conflicts that arise from alleged differences in the framework...
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Context: This abstract describes an ongoing study about dialogue on controversial themes at school. These results are the first preliminary results. Teachers in Brussels' schools, with a pupil population that reflects the multicultural and diverse population in society, are often confronted with potential conflicts arising from differences in cultu...
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Objective This study evaluated self-trained basic life support (BLS) skills acquired from an e-learning platform to design a complementary in-class training approach. Design In total, 41 students (15–17 years, 29 men) participated in a pilot study on self-training in BLS. After 6 weeks, a compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) test a...
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Introduction: In the implementation of cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in the Flemish school curriculum and within the given limitations in time and training equipment, there is a need for alternative training strategies. Literature suggests laypeople can train themselves in basic life support (BLS) and AED-skills using a web-based micro-simul...
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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training at school is recommended. Limited school resources prevent implementation. The learning efficacy of low-cost training strategies is unknown. To evaluate the efficacy of different CPR learning strategies using low-cost didactic tools. Children (n=593, 15-16 years) were randomized to four training conditio...

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The aim of this study is to collect data on controversial issues in sports, the perception of participants and coaches of these issues and how to deal with it. Furthermore it aims to tackle controversy by co-creating tools and instruments to facilitate dialogue in a sport related context.