I am a teacher at Visser ‘t Hooft Lyceum in Leiden, The Netherlands. I teach mainly in the Bovenbouw (Upper School), roughly half my time with students who are following the Tweetalig Onderwijs (Bilingual Education) programmes. I also teach regular students following the VWO and HAVO programmes. I am the IB coordinator at the school and the MUN director.

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