Martin Valcke

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B-9000 Gent
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Martin Valcke is currently full Professor ‘Instructional Sciences’ at the Ghent University, Belgium and Head of the Department of Educational Studies. Building on his PhD-work in the field of educational information sciences, his actual field of research focuses now on the innovation of Higher Education and the integrated use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). He is actually coordinator of about 20 national and international projects.

 

He coordinates/coordinated implementation projects to introduce ICT-based open and distance learning strategies in the face-to-face setting of traditional Higher Education institutes. Current research is also set up in the context of developing countries: China (Teacher education, mathematics performance), Mozambique (Problem based Learning), Uganda (e-learning and Teacher-Education), Vietnam (distance education), Ecuador (Teacher Education and ICT in primary schools to foster new ways of teaching and learning), Zimbabwe (e-learning in Information sciences), China (impact of culture in e-learning environments, ICT in teacher education, mathematics education, performance indicator studies), Peru (distance education and ICT), … These projects were set up in the context of, or funded via a variety of agencies: BTC, NUFFIC, VLIR-IUC, PhD grants for candidates of developing countries (BOF Ghent University), VVOB, the World Bank, the European Commission (Flexible Universities, Multi-Media programme, TEMPUS, Socrates, IST, …) , and other international organisations. Next to ICT, major topics of his research are related to performance indicators, mathematics education, computer games for learning, peer tutoring, alternative assessment and evaluation procedures and work-based training.

 

Martin Valcke is currently full Professor ‘Instructional Sciences’ at the Ghent University, Belgium and Head of the Department of Educational Studies. Building on his PhD-work in the field of educational information sciences, his actual field of research focuses now on the innovation of Higher Education and the integrated use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). He is actually coordinator of about 20 national and international projects.

 

He coordinates/coordinated implementation projects to introduce ICT-based open and distance learning strategies in the face-to-face setting of traditional Higher Education institutes. Current research is also set up in the context of developing countries: China (Teacher education, mathematics performance), Mozambique (Problem based Learning), Uganda (e-learning and Teacher-Education), Vietnam (distance education), Ecuador (Teacher Education and ICT in primary schools to foster new ways of teaching and learning), Zimbabwe (e-learning in Information sciences), China (impact of culture in e-learning environments, ICT in teacher education, mathematics education, performance indicator studies), Peru (distance education and ICT), … These projects were set up in the context of, or funded via a variety of agencies: BTC, NUFFIC, VLIR-IUC, PhD grants for candidates of developing countries (BOF Ghent University), VVOB, the World Bank, the European Commission (Flexible Universities, Multi-Media programme, TEMPUS, Socrates, IST, …) , and other international organisations. Next to ICT, major topics of his research are related to performance indicators, mathematics education, computer games for learning, peer tutoring, alternative assessment and evaluation procedures and work-based training.

 

 

 

 

 

About Martin Valcke
Publications
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A1: Web of Science ranked
A2: Intern., peer reviewed
A3: Belgian, peer reviewed
A4: Non peer reviewed
B1: Books
B2: Book chapters
B3: Book as editor
P1: Web of Science ranked
C1: Conf. proceedings
C3: Conf. abstracts, etc
D1: Doctoral dissertation
V: All other publications
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