I currently teach at the University of Amsterdam, Department of Dutch Linguistics and am involved in four undergraduate programs in the 2018–2019 academic year: Dutch Language and Culture, Linguistics, Amsterdam University College, and the brand-new program Cognition, Language and Communication. I obtained my BKO/University Teaching Qualification in 2017.

See courses below, click for classes for high school students and their teachers, a short class for elementary school kids, or check Facebook (Dutch or CLC) to see what (else) we’re up to. Have you seen the Linguistics webinar?

Current or prospective students can click to find schedules, course descriptions or Canvas.

Courses (to be) Taught

  • First Language Acquisition
  • Taalanalyse (Language Analysis)
  • AUC Linguistics
  • Inleiding Algemene Taalwetenschap & Nederlandse Taalkunde in artikelen (Introduction to General and Dutch Linguistics in research papers)
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Taalontwikkeling (Language Development) This course received the Onderwijsprijs 2016!
  • Onderzoekswerkgroep Taalkunde (Linguistics Research Group)
  • Dutch and Academic Writing

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  • Undergraduate: 4 guest, 7 substitute lectures for 5 different courses at the UvA, and one at Leiden University.
  • Graduate level: Guest class on verb cluster acquisition in rMA Linguistics. Second Evaluator for two theses, one on modal particles (2016), one on verb cluster acquisition (2015).