Drs. Anton van Deursen – CV

Personal information
Name Vandeursen, Anton
Address 6104, Meijhorst, 6537  LJ, Nijmegen, Nederland
Telephone 0031(0)24 344 85 82
Fax 0031(0)24 360 34 02
E-mail antonvde@xs4all.nl
Nationality Belgium and Dutch
Date of birth 23 May 1948
Work experience
• Dates (from – to) 1989 – to present: Senior lecturer Philosophy of Culture, Philosophy of Art, Ethics and Philosophy with Children.
1989 – 1999: Primary teacher and R&D – coordinator of Maria Montessori ‘Cosmic Education’, i.e. building a curriculum and constructing materials, for a network of Montessori schools.
1983 – 1990: Lecturer Philosophy of Culture and Lecturer in the Methodology of Design. Project coordinator ‘Methodology of Design’ for the Teacher Training department of Arts.
• Name and address of employer 1989 – to present: Arnhem – Nijmegen University of Professional Education.
1989 – 1999: Primary school: Montessori school – Dukenburg, Nijmegen.
1983 – 1990: Hogeschool Holland University of Professional Education, Amsterdam
• Type of business or sector Education
• Occupation or position held Senior lecturer Philosophy
• Main activities and responsibilities Lecture, coordinate, research and development.
Education and training
• Dates (from – to) 1969: Primary teacher training college
1975: Psychology of Culture and Religion
1992: Philosophy of Science and Philosophical Anthropology
• Name and type of organisation providing education and training 1969: University of Professional Education: Primary Teacher Training College Hemelrijken.1975: Radboud University Nijmegen – Research University – Faculty of Psychology1992: Radboud University Nijmegen – Research University – Faculty of Philosophy
• Principal subjects/occupationalskills covered Historical Psychology – Cultural Psychology – Philosophy of Science – Philosophical Methodology – Philosophy with Children
• Title of qualification awarded Doctorandus
Personal skills  and competences
Mother tongue Dutch language
Other languages
English – German – French – Bahasa Indonesia
• Reading skills English good – German good – French good – Bahasa Indonesia basic.
• Writing skills English good – German good – French basic – Bahasa Indonesia basic.
• Verbal skills English good – German good – French basic – Bahasa Indonesia basic.
Social skillsand competencesLiving and working with other people, in multicultural environments, in positions where communication is important and situations where teamwork is essential etc. –        As a board member of the ‘Stichting kinderfilosofie Nederland’ we organize in March 2008 a national/international conference around Philosophy with Children.-       From 1996 to present I have organized for students and colleagues, in cooperation with the universities of Izmir (Dokuz Eylül University) and Mugla (Mugla University), a ‘Study tour to Turkey’.-       In February 2006 and 2008 I have organized a study tour and guided a group of colleagues to carry out a project in cooperation with the Sanata Dharma Universitas in Yogyakarta (Indonesia).
Organizational skillsand competencesCoordination and administration of people, projects and budgets; at work, in voluntary work It is not possible to manage without any good organizational skills and competencies the projects as mentioned above.Therefore I have a lot of experiences with coordination and administration of people. Writing a proposal is one thing of the job, to carry out another. Balancing budgets is one of the essential skills in this work.
Technical skillsand competencesWith computers, specific kinds of equipment, machinery, etc. To manage my international projects I had to work with the most modern communication equipment there is. Furthermore I used modern techniques like VoIP, Webdisk and Webchat, etc.
Artistic skillsand competencesMusic, writing, design, etc. At this moment I’m one of the 3 contributors to Traces of Dutch Indonesia in the Netherlands, a resource book for teacher educators, to be published by HAN in December 2008. This resource books aims to offer Dutch teachers educators practical ideas and methods for (their) teacher education students to learn about and actively research Dutch-Indonesian culture in all its manifestations and contributions to contemporary Dutch culture.The handbook will offer a discussion of resources that student teachers may use, such as built environment, biographies, film, photographs, young adult fiction, newspapers and periodicals, and will provide ideas how these resources can be actively researched.In this way student teachers learn to do hands-on research with their own future students on (any) one of the more important contributing minority cultures that constitute post-modern, globalised multicultural Netherlands.
Other skillsand competencesCompetences not mentioned above. Since 1978 I have a gene bank for garlic in my garden. It is a unique project in the Netherlands. At this moment I cultivate 12 different kind of garlic in a scientific and professional way.
Driving licence(s) Driving licenses for car and motorbike
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