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A survey of school timetabling research

Nelishia Pillay
2013 Annals of Operations Research  
As a way forward this paper provides an overview of the research conducted in this domain, details of problem sets which are publicly available and proposes areas for further research in school timetabling  ...  Furthermore, there have been no comparative studies on the success of different methodologies on a variety of school timetabling problems.  ...  In cases where such studies have been performed, different methods are compared for a single school and not a variety of problems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10479-013-1321-8 fatcat:zrolp4bc4vfflg2olvy2ecquui

Lessons from a decade of policies for stimulating computer use in the Netherlands [chapter]

Alfons C. A. Brummelhuis
1995 World Conference on Computers in Education VI  
ABS1RACT In the early 1980's the Dutch government started a policy stimulating the introduction of computers in education which ended in 1992.  ...  This paper summarizes the results of a decade of stimulation policies in the Netherlands.  ...  In a number of schools computer education was also included in the timetable of one of the higher grades.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34844-5_80 dblp:conf/wcce/Brummelhuis95 fatcat:ixvuszmxj5hfvhqo6zjplxyxg4

Computers in primary and secondary education: The interest of an individual teacher or a school policy?

Alfons ten Brummelhuis, Tjeerd Plomp
1994 Computers & Education  
The number of teachers who use a computer for existing subjects in the second grade has doubled in the past 3 yr.  ...  During the period of 1989-1992 the number of Dutch elementary schools that are in the possession of computers increased by 40%.  ...  Acknowledgements-The study was carried out under the auspices of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA); the Dutch part was subsidized by the Institute for Research  ... 
doi:10.1016/0360-1315(94)90051-5 fatcat:ixaejpzvxvapthj6ismvhleaea

Evolving solutions to the school timetabling problem

Rushil Raghavjee, Nelishia Pillay
2009 2009 World Congress on Nature & Biologically Inspired Computing (NaBIC)  
There has been a large amount of research into the development of automated systems for creating school timetables.  ...  The research presented in this paper forms part of work-in-progress aimed at evaluating genetic algorithms as a means of solving the school timetabling problem.  ...  The system was used to generate a feasible timetable for a Greek school. De Haan et al. [4] used a four-phase approach to construct a school timetable for a Dutch secondary school.  ... 
doi:10.1109/nabic.2009.5393667 dblp:conf/nabic/RaghavjeeP09 fatcat:udt5y5w7o5dmzlleykd2zztpee

Towards a strategy for the introduction of information and computer literacy (ICL) courses

Tjeerd Plomp, Gerrit Carleer
1987 Computers & Education  
In the beginning of the implementation of this basic education for all a national survey (about grassroots developments) in Dutch junior secondary education was executed (Spring, 1984) with the following  ...  Based upon this analysis a recommendation for a policy strategy for introducing this new domain in the schools is formulated.  ...  RESEARCH DESIGN Sample and instruments For the survey study a stratified sample of 471 schools was drawn out of the population of 2378 Dutch (junior) secondary schooIs, following a multi-stage sampling  ... 
doi:10.1016/0360-1315(87)90046-7 fatcat:6uc4vqyyh5ennbm3jhefkhu35i

Towards a Cross-Cultural Conceptual Framework for Researching Social and Emotional Education

Edurne Scott Loinaz, HAHA Academy, London
2018 IAFOR Journal of Education  
The study used a sequential quantitative-qualitative analysis with a comparative design that included 750 teachers.  ...  A conceptual framework using two dimensions was created in order to aid future cross-cultural research regarding SEE provision and the study of emotional rules in the teaching profession: the Ideal Affect  ...  Greece does not currently have a SEE framework, and was the least likely to have the subject timetabled out of all the four case study countries: 32% of Greek primary school teachers and 20% of secondary  ... 
doi:10.22492/ije.6.3.07 fatcat:dq5auct3wrhnbihvi6dmxpuiwa

An XML format for benchmarks in High School Timetabling

Gerhard Post, Samad Ahmadi, Sophia Daskalaki, Jeffrey H. Kingston, Jari Kyngas, Cimmo Nurmi, David Ranson
2010 Annals of Operations Research  
In this paper we describe the High School Timetabling Problem in several countries in order to find a common set of constraints and objectives.  ...  Due to lack of standard benchmarks and data formats this problem has been studied less than other timetabling problems in the literature.  ...  The Netherlands In Dutch secondary schools different levels of education are offered within one school. Teachers are shared among these levels.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10479-010-0699-9 fatcat:jwycby544ze7zlcyyt5y6rp6nu

Cyclic transfers in school timetabling

Gerhard Post, Samad Ahmadi, Frederik Geertsema
2010 OR spectrum  
In this paper we propose a neighbourhood structure based on sequential/cyclic moves and a cyclic transfer algorithm for the high school timetabling problem.  ...  For computational experiments we use four real world data sets for high school timetabling in the Netherlands and England.  ...  Maria Kavanagh for proof reading of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00291-010-0227-y fatcat:ulvcvojadbgghgok547w2rnm6i

Learning more by being taught less: a "time-for-self-study" theory explaining curricular effects on graduation rate and study duration

Henk G. Schmidt, Janke Cohen-Schotanus, Henk T. van der Molen, Ted A. W. Splinter, Jan Bulte, Rob Holdrinet, Herman J. M. van Rossum
2009 Higher Education  
In the proposed theory, time available for individual study is considered a major determinant of both study duration and graduation rate of students in a particular curriculum.  ...  To test this theory, we collected study duration and graduation rate information of all-almost 14,000 students-enrolling in eight Dutch medical schools between 1989 and 1998.  ...  In a recent study of Dutch medical education, study delay was negatively related to the final examination GPA in secondary education: The lower the GPA, the more time needed to complete medical education  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10734-009-9300-3 fatcat:yuer76eeunhlvgikogrt6gb2fa

From Learning to Use Towards Learning to Code: Twenty-Five Years of Computing in Dutch Schools [chapter]

Jan Lepeltak
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In the mid-nineteen eighties of last century computers in the Netherlands were broadly introduced in secondary education, and a few years later also in elementary schools.  ...  In the Netherlands coding has not a formal status in education only in the optional subject of information science ('informatica') in upper secondary school.  ...  However it was practiced for only 20 and 40 hours on the school timetable.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-55119-2_26 fatcat:pxfhquhtufdtzjklobwbfxm6vy

Learning in the Context of 'Co-Creation of Educational Practices' [chapter]

Siebrich de Vries, Douwe Beijaard, Jaap Buitink
2008 Critiquing Praxis  
Firstly, although several educational reforms had been introduced at the organizational level in many Dutch secondary schools, almost nothing had changed in the teachers' day-to-day practice.  ...  The Co-Creation of Educational Practices (CCEP) method The language quest One secondary school, part of a large combined school, opted for a teaching philosophy that would boost modern language teaching  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789087904562_010 fatcat:clo3amd4g5dz7kxib3ub2cuche

Lesson Study in Vocational Education and Training

Claudia Mewald
2021 R&E source  
The status quo of Lesson Study in the four partner countries Austria, Hungary, Malta, and the Netherlands is described and an outlook on the development of a Lesson Study model for VET is given.  ...  This paper introduces the ERASMUS+ project LS4VET, which aims to develop a Lesson Study model for the VET sector with the goal to encourage innovation and change in vocational education by creating an  ...  To research effective methods for teaching in particular topics (focus on content) is a less frequent goal for Dutch teachers. Student participation plays an important role in Dutch Lesson Study.  ... 
doi:10.53349/resource.2021.i16.a998 fatcat:zf2rvt6dzbak3cekcd6dc46ana

Page 277 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 27, Issue 1 [page]

1993 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
1 The function of language in nationalism is exemplified in the case of Dutch.  ...  The study traces how schools were timetabled & how increasing marginalization of language instruction took place, often on the grounds that it was “elitist.”  ... 

Constructivism and authentic pedagogy: State of the art and recent developments in the Dutch national curriculum in secondary education

Erik Roelofs, Jan Terwel
1999 Journal of Curriculum Studies  
The recently introduced national curriculum for the ® rst stage of Dutch secondary education requires not only a change in educational content but also a change in educational processes.  ...  From 1993 to 1996, three large Dutch secondary schools (between 1000± 1400 students) were subjected to an in-depth inquiry.  ...  Introduction At the beginning of the school year 1993± 1994, a major innovation was introduced in the ® rst stage of Dutch secondary education.  ... 
doi:10.1080/002202799183232 fatcat:obyljqt3o5cndlppiymuuwa6me

Implementing task-based language education in primary education

Kris Van den Branden, Koen Van Gorp
2021 Language Teaching for Young Learners  
The article highlights the gradual shift in focus from introducing TBLT materials and supporting the individual teacher to mandating the design of a school-wide language policy involving the whole school  ...  This article provides a critical analysis of the language policy measures that were taken by the Flemish government (Belgium) to improve the quality of the teaching of the national language (Dutch) in  ...  In secondary education they are pulled out for one school year in separate "reception classes".  ... 
doi:10.1075/ltyl.20013.bra fatcat:osznkn72ubdp3jbu4tfujpugdu
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