- Students who are not enrolled in one of our tutoring programmes, but who want advice and feedback on their work, can use the ‘ten-hours pass’. Students can buy one pass per academic year.
- At an IB school’s request we can mark the various components of an IB Dutch A SSST student’s work. We are also able to advise on the list of literary works to choose from.
- Dutch or Flemish IB teachers can contact IBID with their questions about IB Dutch education. We have an agreement with Stichting NOB (the Foundation for Dutch Education Abroad) regarding the support for teachers working at schools affiliated with NOB.
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Luc studied Germanic languages at the KU Leuven in Belgium, majoring in Dutch and English. He holds an upper secondary teaching qualification and has extensive experience as an IB teacher Dutch in Brussels and Waterloo, and at Jakarta International School. Luc currently lectures at the Kyoto University and is an IB examiner for Dutch A: Language and Literature.
Josephine studied Dutch Language and Literature at Leiden University, has a Master’s degree in mediaeval studies and an upper secondary teaching qualification. She worked as a teacher in the Dutch secondary curriculum until 1997, when she switched over to the IB-educational system. She founded IBID in 2000. Josephine is IBDP workshop leader for ‘IB Language A: Literature’ and a counsellor for IB Dutch teachers abroad. In spring 2017 she had a temporarily contract for some months as IB Dutch teacher at UWCSEA Singapore, her former employer. Subsequently she took up a part time position as IB Dutch teacher at AICS (Amsterdam International Community School) as per September 2017.