Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Seminar Working together on professional knowledge development

SMAAKMAKER XXL - A full day program for higher education professionals


The development of higher professional education requests active collaboration between researchers and lecturers. During this seminar lecturers and researchers will collectively (further) develop their ideas for the connection between research and teaching to benefit their students.

Onderzoek in onderwijs

After an opening keynote two ‘wonderful but extreme’ examples are presented as sources of inspiration. During the afternoon emeritus professor Mick Healey will guide disciplinary teams of lecturers, researchers and students to shape their own projects for the further integration of research and education to benefit student learning.

The program is designed for groups of participants that consist of lecturers, researchers and students who collectively agree to sign in and work together on their collaborative (new) projects. Groups can consist of 2 persons or more, but ideally have researchers and lecturers in them.



Registration & coffee


Opening - Jean Tillie


Professional knowledge development through research & education – Didi Griffioen


Working in teams


Room for Knowledge: Bottom-up educational innovation in a top-down organization - Nico van der Sijde & Joost Miedema (Hanze University of Applied Sciences) - read more below


Chemistry between Research and Education. Elaboration on how the Research Centre Material Sciences of Zuyd University integrates research and bussines in education. A hands on story - Gino van Strijdonck & Joost Ruland (CHILL/ Zuyd University)


Working in teams


Lunch & networking


Knowledge development through integrating research and education in professional and community contexts - guided by Mick Healey - download pdf



Integrating research and education to develop professional knowledge



Generating ideas



Designing your project - Refreshments will be available during this session


15.25 -16.15

Poster creation and parade


Reflection on the day - Jean Tillie


Drinks and continuation of poster parade

Research and education are all about knowledge. In 2020, Hanze UAS will be a professional knowledge institution with one primary process: the acquisition of knowledge. The plan to achieve this, was devised in a bottom-up way, through conversations with about 150 teachers, PhD-students, professors, deans and the executive board. Execution of the plan will also be done the bottom-up way: we want to create room for our teachers/researchers, so that they will be in control of their own research. At the moment, the Hanze UAS is a strictly top-down managed university – this has some interesting consequences.


​April 17th 2018, 9-17 hrs


Tolhuistuin, Tolhuisweg 5 in Amsterdam, room Tuinzaal. Take the ferry (Buiksloterwegveer) at the back of Central Station. It takes 3 minutes to reach the other side. You'll find the entrance of Tolhuistuin (IJ-ingang) about 50 metres from the ferry (left).


Maximum of 100 participants.

Admission fee for employees of AUAS is €60. Please apply by filling in the online registration form (login AUAS).

Admission fee is €125 for non-AUAS partners. Please read application instructions below.

Students participate free of charge, but can only be registered by a AUAS-colleague by sending an email to Peter Dekker, p.j.dekker@hva.nl.

For all training, workshops and events we use a cancellation clause. If you (after you have registered) are not able to attend the event, you can cancel your registration till April 3rd. When you cancel your participation after this, we will charge the mentioned fee. You can, however, be replaced by a colleague. Please contact us via academie@hva.nl if you want to do so.

If you wish to apply for this seminar as a non-AUAS partner, please send an email to academie@hva.nl with the following information: your name, address and the name of your Institution or company.

Make sure you transfer the registration fee of €125,- before April 1st  to the following bank account of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences: IBAN NL52DEUT0428925111. Please use the following reference: your name + WBS C.4640.0001.14

The strategic program 'Research in Education' (dutch: Onderzoek in Onderwijs, OiO) is part of the strategic mission of Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (2015-2020). The direction of the program OiO is given by two formal university aims:

  • All educational programs are expected to (re)consider their perspective on the position of research in the related vocational field, and hence in their educational program (before the end of 2017)
  • All educational programs are expected to re-design their curricula accordingly (before the end of 2020).

The strategic program Research in Education supports educational teams, as well as faculties in fulfilling this assignment. For more information please check www.onderzoekinonderwijs.nl.


If you have any questions, please contact Didi Griffioen, d.m.e.griffioen@hva.nl.

Gepubliceerd door  Afdeling Communicatie 15 maart 2018