Pedagogisch adviseur
Institute of Educational Management (University of Mons)

Laëtitia Delbart

Laëtitia Delbart has a master’s degree in Education Sciences from the University of Mons. Her master’s thesis concerns effective classroom management and what is shown about classroom management in media such as the cinema and literature. She worked as a language teacher in secondary schools before joining the University of Mons in 2019. Her research focuses mainly on teacher education, especially classroom management.


Expertise: Educational Sciences




In French-speaking Belgium, teachers enjoy full freedom in terms of the educational approach. They must follow curricula, but they are at liberty to choose the teaching methods and approaches to help their students in their academic achievements. Nevertheless, the variety of approaches is rather large, and teachers are not trained to make pedagogical choices based on evidence-based data.
In this proposal, we suggest presenting a tool developed by our team, which analyzes teachers’ practices. This tool was created after a review of scientific literature on effective teaching methods and approaches and focuses on explicit instruction. This tool enables teachers to analyze their practices based on the scientific literature on effective teaching practices. We also suggest showing some results observed using this tool during teacher education with future secondary school teachers.

Deze sessie werd gegeven door Laëtitia Delbart en Christophe Baco.

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