Workshops and lectures

Education offer

‘From mustivation to motivation: the teacher as a motivating coach’

Are you interested in recent scientific and theoretical insights with regard to your motivating style? Are you willing to question your own practice from a theoretical perspective? In this interactive workshop you will get a refreshing insight into your current teaching practice from the perspective of Self-Determination Theory. The following questions will be addressed: Which types of motivation exists and how do they impact student outcomes?, how can teachers, through their motivating style foster the most optimal types of motivation among their students?. The workshop contains very concrete and useful tips, video material and case studies, and also involves role play to practice the motivating strategies..


‘From mustivation to motivation: the principle as a motivating coach’

Are you interested in recent scientific and theoretical insights with regard to your motivating style? Are you willing to question your own practice from a theoretical perspective? Then this session might be something for you! In this interactive session we start from the Self-Determination Theory to explain the basic principles of motivational leadership. You are encouraged to reflect on your own style based on specific practical cases.

Duration: Full day (6 hours) – workshops of shorter or longer duration are negotiable
Cost: To be agreed
Interested? Feel free to contact

Integrating supporting roles in the Physical Education to the benefits of students’ social development.

How can you integrate supporting roles such coach or referee in a feasible and efficient way in your lessons as to allow for students to develop social competencies? And what are the benefits, but also the pitfalls of working with these supporting roles? In this theoretical session, we explain the framework that allows to get started with the supporting roles. We describe the skills, the knowledge and the attitudes that students need to perform the supporting role and at the same time discuss how you can build a vertical learning role around it. We explain the steps that you can use to develop roles within your own practice and we also provide tips on how to assess students’ social competencies. The session focusses primarily on secondary education.

Duration: 3 hours – workshops of shorter or longer duration are negotiable
Cost: To be agreed
Interested? Feel free to contact


Offer motivating coaching in sport: M-factor