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prof.dr. M.D. Endedijk (Maaike)

Adjunct Professor

About Me

Maaike Endedijk is an adjunct professor in Professional Learning and Technology and the head of the section Educational Sciences. Her main research interest is in self-directed professional learning at the workplace, with a focus on the technology, health and education sector. In her research projects, she is developing innovative measurement techniques and technologies (e.g., using sensor technology, mobile app) to understand and support individual and team learning processes. She  develops interventions to help organisations to support workplace learning / lifelong learning. This varies from micro-interventions in a mobile app to setting up learning communities to accelerate learning and innovation. In addition, she also studies learning and professional identity development of students in the transition from education to work. She is a teacher in the program Educational Science & Technology.

Research

Maaike Endedijk is an associate professor in Professional Learning and Technology and the head of the department Educational Sciences. Her main research interest is in self-directed professional learning at the workplace, with a focus on the technology, health and education sector. In her research projects, she is developing innovative measurement techniques and technologies (e.g., using sensor technology, mobile app) to understand and support individual and team learning processes. I develop interventions to help organisations to support workplace learning / lifelong learning. This varies from micro-interventions in a mobile app to setting up learning communities to accelerate learning and innovation. In addition, she also studies learning and professional identity development of students in the transition from education to work.

Publications

Recent
Gijbels, D. , Endedijk, M. , & Hirschler, T. (2021). Communities of practice: Jean Lave and Étienne Wenger. In Theories of Workplace Learning in Changing Times (2nd ed., pp. 146-154). Routledge, Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003187790-8
Segers, M. , Endedijk, M., & Gijbels, D. (2021). From classic perspectives on learning to current views on learning. In Theories of Workplace Learning in Changing Times (pp. 3-14). Routledge, Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003187790-1
Nathues, E. , Endedijk, M. , & van Vuuren, M. (2021). Coauthoring direction when voices are many and authority is ambiguous. Paper presented at 71st Annual International Communication Association conference 2021, United States.
Endedijk, M. , Nieuwenhuis, M., van Veelen, R., van Rees, M., Maas, B. , van Hattum-Janssen, N. , & Aarntzen, L. (2020). How to stimulate collaboration and performance of highly diverse student teams in engineering education? In J. van Veen, N. van Hattum-Janssen, H-M. Järvinen, T. de Laet, & I. ten Dam (Eds.), Engaging, Engineering, Education: Book of Abstracts, SEFI 48th Annual Conference University of Twente (online) (pp. 1442-1443). University of Twente.

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Education

I am a teacher of the course Regulation and facilitation of workplace learning, which is part of the MSc Educational Science & Technology program. In this course we do what I love most: discuss different theories as a foundation for practical solutions to facilitate workplace learning. Students visit companies, analyse the corporate curriculum and give grounded advice on how to facilitate employees' workplace learning. Besides this formal course, I am also supervising students during their Final Project.

Affiliated Study Programmes

Master

Courses

Projects

My projects focus on various human capital questions in relation to societal questions and technical innovations, such as the energy transition, shortage of higher educated STEM professionals, technological innovations in health care. How can we prepare our future professionals for a working life in which they are expected to continuously learn and innovate? How can we  support lifelong learning at the workplace?

Current Projects

Finished Projects

Contact Details

Visiting Address

University of Twente
Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Cubicus (building no. 41), room B212B
De Zul 10
7522NJ  Enschede
The Netherlands

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Mailing Address

University of Twente
Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Cubicus  B212B
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands

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