Annemieke Vennix is a researcher with the Eindhoven School of Education. She is investigating outreach and student motivation in the K-12 STEM field, focusing in particular on the teachers’ roles and the connection between industry and school. In addition, she is a teacher educator in both the master and minor program at the Eindhoven School of Education. She is responsible for the pilot ‘leeratelier’, an alternative route for teacher education in a professional learning community.
Annemieke (Johanna) Vennix studied Chemistry at Leiden University, where she obtained her MSc in 1989. From 1989 until 1995 she was a researcher at Leiden University. In 1995 she started as a Physics teacher. From 1998 until 2012, she was a teacher at Christiaan Huygens College secondary school in Eindhoven. In 2011, she joined the Eindhoven School of Education at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) as a Physics teaching methodologist and, since 2012, as a researcher. From 2015 until October 2018 she was coordinator of the Transfer Office at Heerbeeck College secondary school in Best. Annemieke Vennix was an editor at the Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde (NTvN) from 2010 until 2016. From 2011 until 2018 she was a writer of textbooks at Noordhoff/EPN publishers.
Do outreach activities in secondary STEM education motivate students and improve their attitudes towards STEM?International Journal of Science Education (2018)
Effecten van outreach op de motivatie en attitude van leerlingen voor beta en techniek in het VO.Onderwijs Research Dagen 2017 (ORD 2017), 28-30 juni 2017, Antwerpen, België (2017)
Systematisch en groepsgewijs differentiëren binnen beroepsgerichte lessen Techniek & Vakmanschap(2017)
Perceptions of STEM-based outreach activities in secondary educationLearning Environments Research (2017)
- Designing STEM education: realisation
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