'We schrijven een boek' by Judith Noorman won this year's Education Award for the most innovative course of the Faculty of Humanities. The course, in which students wrote a book about women in art in the Golden Age in just a few weeks time, also won the Audience Award. The book will be published at the end of 2020.
Three bachelor's courses and one master's course were nominated:
Because everything in this 'new world' goes differently than normal, a number of adjustments have been made to the regulations of the Education Award.
The jury for the Education Award 20 consists of:
Thomas Vaessens, director College of Humanities (chair)
Toni Pape, winner Education Award 2019 bachelor’s course
Justyna Wubs - Mrozewicz, winner Education Award 2019 master's course
Rijk van Beek, Bachelor's student
Tjibbe Valkenburg, Master's student
Like last year, there is also an Audience Award. Everyone can vote for the six nominees via the website. The video/course with the most votes will win the audience award.
The jury nominates three Bachelor’s courses and three Master’s courses from all nominations. This year, three bachelor's courses and one master's course have been nominated. During the award ceremony on July 7, 2020, the jury will announce the winning course after having previously considered the films. The jury explains its choice in a report. The winners will receive a cheque worth €1000 from the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Prof. Fred Weerman.