Van Landeghem, G.


  • Interplay of factors that contribute to ESL at the system level

    Aspects of the education system that concern the risk of ESL include the socio-economic segregation of schools, early tracking and grade retention. In that regard, protective aspects are high quality and accessible ECEC and VET. Well-managed transitions between educational levels that reflect a student’s changing needs in order to ensure the provision of a developmentally appropriate and engaging context are called for.

  • 23 July 2015, by Maša Vidmar
  • Neuroscientific findings concerning education and what they imply for teaching and learning

    Evidence shows that findings in the area of neuroscience can help teachers develop new ways to improve the learning process. Improving the learning process by adapting it to meet students’ neurological characteristics may help them attain higher academic achievements and self-efficiency, factors that counter ESL.

    Keywords : early school leaving 
  • 23 July 2015, by Tina Rutar Leban