|Dates||Start time||End time||Location||Coordinator|
|06 February 2023||10:00||12:00||Atlas A.508||Kroon, Hubertie||Registration ended at 02/02/2023|
|17 March 2023||14:00||16:00||Atlas D.019||Schaik, Marieke van||Apply|
|01 May 2023||10:00||12:00||Atlas B.001||Kroon, Hubertie||Apply|
|10 July 2023||10:00||12:00||Atlas D.019||Kroon, Hubertie||Apply|
A Boundary Crossing ring meeting is an intervision/peer consultation session, guided by a facilitator and with a Boundary Crossing expert present. Per meeting, 2 or 3 teachers will be advice seekers, presenting their BC practice or idea for their course. The other participants – the facilitator excepted – will be advice givers: think along, brainstorm and give feedback. In this way of working, everyone will gain inspiration and idea’s for their own teaching practice.
These Boundary Crossing rings are really meant to actually work with and on your own BC initiatives/ideas, gain feedback on them and improve them. By discussing Boundary Crossing examples with other teachers, you also gain new inspiration for your own courses.
If you have a Boundary Crossing initiative/idea for your own course to discuss, something that you want to get feedback on and improve, or would like to be inspired by others, you are very much invited to join one or more Boundary Crossing rings.