Publications

Publications 2020

Book
Avest, I. ter, C. Bakker, J. Everington, S. Leonhard, P. Schreiner (Eds.). Facing the Unknown Future; Religion and Education on the Move. Munster: Waxmann.

Bookchapters

Avest, I. ter (2020). Time Passes; an Exploration of Biographies of First Generation Guest Workers’ Wives and the Interwovenness with the Narratives of their (Grand) Children. In: I. ter Avest, C. Bakker, J. Everington, S. Leonhard, P. Schreiner (Eds.) Facing the Unknown Future. Munster: Waxmann. pp. 245-265.

Avest, I. ter (2020). Professionalisation of teachers in schools with muslim children. From tradition-based pedagogy to normative professionalisation of teachers ‘Islamic Religious Education (IRE) in the Netherlands. In: Ismael Hussein Amzat (Ed.). Professionalising Islamic teachers for contemporary teaching and practices. submitted.

Avest, I. ter (2020). Playful religious education in Kindergarten. In: A. Kuusisto (Ed.). The Routledge International Handbook of the Place of Religion in Early Childhood Education. submitted. See video.

Avest, I. ter (2020). Playful searching truth; An exploration f the role of ‘life orientation’ in a plural post truth world. In: Z. Grosz (Ed.). Religious Education in a Multicultural Post Truth Era – International Perspectives.

Avest, I. ter (2020). The power of a controversial issues. The development of teachers’ competencies to respond to students’ developmental needs for ‘disruptive moments’. In: M. Von der Lippe (Ed.). Special Issue ‘Teaching Controversial Issues and Religion’. submitted.

Gurlesin, O., M. Akdag, A. Alasag, I. ter Avest (2020). Playful Religion: An Innovative Approach to Prevent Radicalisation of Muslim Youth in Europe. In: A. Sahin (Ed.). Special Issue ‘Islamic Education in Contemporary World: Traditions, Rearticulations & Transformation’. vol. 11 nr. 66 (16 pages).

Avest, I. ter, C. Bakker, L. Franken (2020). Islamic Education in the Netherlands. In: L. Franken & B. Gent (Eds.). Islamic RE in Europe. accepted.

Avest, I. ter, C. Bakker (2020). Islamitische Bildung in den Niederlanden und Belgien; herausfordernd und vielversprechend. In: E. Aslan (Ed.). Migration, Religion and Early Childhood Education/Handbuch der islamischen Erziehung. pp. 155-175.

Bakker, C., I. ter Avest (2020). Time to Contextualize RE from the Perspective of ‘Time’. In: I. ter Avest, C. Bakker, J. Everington, S. Leonhard, P. Schreiner (Eds.) Facing the Unknown Future. Munster: Waxmann. pp. 7-29.


Publications 2019

Books
Alma, H., I. ter Avest (Eds.) (2019). Moral and Spiritual Leadership in an Age of Plural Moralities. London/New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Avest, I. ter (Ed.) (Ed.) (2019). There is a Crack in Everything; Education and Religion in a Secular Age. Basel: Education Sciences MDPI.

Bookchapters

  • Alma, H., I. ter Avest, I. (2019). Introduction. In H. Alma & I. ter Avest (Eds.) Moral and Spiritual Leadership in an Age of Plural Moralities. London/New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. pp. 1-9.
  • Alma, H., I. ter Avest, I. (2019). Epilogue. In H. Alma & I. ter Avest (Eds.) Moral and Spiritual Leadership in an Age of Plural Moralities. London/New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. pp. 291-297.
  • Avest, I. ter (2019). Provocative guidance: a practice of narrative leadership. In H. Alma & I. ter Avest (Eds.) Moral and Spiritual Leadership in an Age of Plural Moralities. London/New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. pp. 91-106.
  • Avest, I. ter (2019). Introduction. In There is a Crack in Everything; Education and Religion in a Secular Age. Basel: Education Sciences MDPI.
  •  Avest, I. ter (2019). Epilogue. In There is a Crack in Everything; Education and Religion in a Secular Age. Basel: Education Sciences MDPI.
  • Avest, I. ter, C. Bakker (2019). Disruptive moments and normative professionalism. An exploration of the (im)possibilities of a provocative pedagogy to stimulate the development of normative professionalism. In: Diversity in Higher Education.

Publicaties 2018

Artikelen

  • Wielzen, D., I. ter Avest, N. Lafrarchi (2018). The classroom – place of interfaith encounters. An exploration of the complexity and the interrelatedness between theoretical concepts and practical situations of interfaith education in a secular(ized/izing) age. Religious Education. submitted

Boekhoofdstukken

  • Avest, I. ter (2018). Embracing otherness is supporting community. In: A. Mawhinney & P. Cumper (Eds.). Collective Worship and Religious Observance in UK Schools: Challenges and Opportunities. Peter Lang.
  • Avest, I. ter & E. Stedenburg (2018). Stay true to oneself. In: C. Roux & A. Becker (eds). Human Rights Literacy: Future Directions. Springer.
  • Avest, I. ter, C. Bakker (2018). Islamic Education in the Netherlands. In: Handbook of Islamic Education. Holger Daun and Reza Arjmand (Eds). Springer. pp. 873-887.
  • Bakker, C., I. ter Avest (2018). Disruptive moments and normative professionalism;  An exploration of the (im)possibilities of a provocative pedagogy to stimulate the development of normative professionalism. In Diversity in Higher Education. submitted
  • Bakker, C., I. ter Avest (2018). Teacher Training for Religious Education; Engaging Academics through the Dialogical Self Theory. Transformation in Higher Education.
  • Gürlesin, Ö., I. ter Avest, A. Alasag, M. Akdag (2018). Playful Religion. submitted for contribution to publication edited by Abdullah Sahin.

Presentaties op conferences/studiedagen

  • Akdag, M. A. Alasag, I. ter Avest, Ő. Gürlesin (2018). Acculturation and the Dialogical formation of young muslim identity: Development of an intervention based on Dialogical Self Theory (DST), and its implementation. Presentation 10th DST conference Braga, June.
  • Avest, I. ter (2018). ‘A chair with a view’; creation of a new I-position – learning by doing. Presentation 10th DST conference Braga, June.
  • Wielzen, D., I. ter Avest (2018). Radical Faith Education.Presentation at the ISREV conference, Nurnberg juli-augustus.
  • Gürlesin, Ö., I. ter Avest, A. Alasag, M. Akdag (2018). Diversity in an Era of Polarization, contribution to the conference ‘Diversity in Higher Education’. februari 2-3 Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Publicaties 2017

Artikelen

  • Bakker, C. & I. ter Avest (2017). Teacher Training for Religious Education – engaging university teachers. Diversity in Higher Education. Submitted.
  • Avest, I. ter & Bakker, C. (2017). RE Rooted in Principal’s Biography.  Religion and Education, 44 (1), (pp. 5-21) (17 p.).
  • Avest, I. ter & Bakker, C. (2017). Religious Education in the Netherlands.  RE Today, 34 (2), (pp. 56-59) (4 p.).
  • Avest, I. ter (2017). From location and (non-)place to place attachment and sense of place. An exploration of imagination as the key to transform spaces into places. Religion & Education.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15507394.2016.1268039
  • Avest, I. ter & Bakker, C, (2017). Teacher Training for Religious Education –Violation of university teachers’ comfort zone? South African Journal of Higher Education. submitted.
  • Avest, I. ter (2017). “I experienced freedom within the frame of my own narrative”; the contribution of psychodrama techniques to experiential learning. International Review of Education 63: 71. doi:10.1007/s11159-017-9617-6.

Boeken

Wielzen, D. & I. ter Avest (Eds.). (2017). Interfaith Education for All. Theoretical Perspectives and Best Practices for Transformative Action. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers.

Boekhoofdstukken

  • Avest, I. ter (2017). Effectiveness of Innovative Ways of inclusive RE in the Netherlands. In F. Schweitzer, R. Boschki (Eds.) : Researching Religious Education. Waxmann Verlag. pp. 145-159.
  • Avest, I. ter & D. Wielzen (2017). Introduction In Interfaith Education for All Theoretical Perspectives and Best Practices for Transformative Action. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers. pp. 1-20.
  • Taspinar, I. and I. ter Avest (2017). Diversity is the Key to Peace In Interfaith Education for AllTheoretical Perspectives and Best Practices for Transformative Action. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers. Interfaith Education pp. 137-146.
  • Selçuk, M. and I. ter Avest (2017). Communicating Qur’anic Texts . In: Interfaith Education for AllTheoretical Perspectives and Best Practices for Transformative Action. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers. pp. 83-96.
  • Doerga, M., S. De Ruiter and I. Ter Avest (2017). In: Interfaith Education for All Theoretical Perspectives and Best Practices for Transformative Action. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers. pp. 215-226.
  • Ter Avest, I. and Duncan R. Wielzen (2017). Epilogue. In: Interfaith Education for All Theoretical Perspectives and Best Practices for Transformative Action. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers. pp. 273-276.
  • Avest, I. ter & C. Bakker, C. (2017). Islamic Education in the Netherlands. In H. Daun & R. Arjmand (Eds.),  Handbook of Islamic Education (13 p.). Springer.
  • Avest, I. ter & Bakker, C. (2017). Place attachment and sense of place – Transformation of spaces into places children feel attached to. In Martin Rothgangel, Kerstin Brömssen, Hans-Günter Heimbrock & Geir Skeie (Eds.),  Location, Space and Place in Religious Education (pp. 101-111) (11 p.). Waxmann Verlag.
  • Avest, I. ter & Bakker, C. (2017). Place attachment and sense of place – Transformation of spaces into places children feel attached to. In Martin Rothgangel, Kerstin Brömssen, Hans-Günter Heimbrock & Geir Skeie (Eds.),  Location, Space and Place in Religious Education (pp. 101-111) (11 p.). Waxmann Verlag.
  • Avest, I. ter & Bakker, C. (2017). Theoretical and methodological aspects of the concepts of place and space. In Martin Rothgangel, Kerstin von Brömssen, Hans-Günter Heimbrock & Geir Skeie (Eds.),  Location, Space and Place in Religious Education (pp. 21-27) (7 p.). Münster / New York: Waxmann Verlag.

Presentaties op conferences/studiedagen

  • Avest, I. ter & O. Gurlesin (2017). Levensbeschouwing in de ‘society of mind’ – radicale fanatiekeling of fanatiek radicaal? Workshop op studiedag Haagse Hogeschool. 17 november.
  • Avest I. ter (2017) Internal(ized) external contexts. presentatie ENRECA conference: Locchum. April 24-26.
  • Avest, I. ter & C. Bakker (2017).  Normative professionalization; an example of Teacher Educators in RE. Presentatie Conferentie Diversity in Higher Education. Bloemfontein – Zd.Afrika. 2-3 februari.

Publicaties 2016

Artikelen

  • Berg, B. van den, Avest, I. ter & Bakker, C, (2016). Imagination in action: primary school students interpret religious narratives. Religion & Education. submitted.
  • Avest, I. ter & Rietveld-van Wingerden, M. Half a century of Islamic education in Dutch schools. British Journal of Religious Education. doi: 10.1080/01416200.2015.1128391

Publicaties 2015

Artikelen

Publicaties 2014

Artikelen

Publicaties 2013

Artikelen

Boekhoofdstukken

Avest, I. ter, Bakker, C, Bertram-Troost, G.D. & Miedema, S. (2013). Hollanda sütunlaşmış ve post-ütunlaşmış eğitim sisteminde Din ve Eğitim: tarihi arka plan ve güncel tartışmalar. Cumhuriyet Üniversitesi İlahiyat Fakültesi Dergisi, 17(1), 171-186.

Presentaties op conferenties/studiedagen

  • Ter Avest, I, G.D. Bertram-Troost & S. Miedema (2013). Parents coming out religiously. Secular and religious reasons for their choice of a primary school. L. Huffaker (Ed.). Coming out religiously! Religion, the Public Sphere and Religious Identity Formation. 2013 Proceedings of REA/APPRRE (pp. 1-6). REA/APPRRE: Boston.

Publicaties 2012

Boeken

  • Avest, I. ter (Ed.) (2012). On the Edge: (Auto)biography and Pedagogical Theories on Religious Education. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers.

Boekhoofdstukken

  • Avest, I. ter (2012). Plurality in Society Mirrored in the Teachers’ Multi-voiced Self – Internalized Inequality. In C. Roux (Ed.). Safe Spaces. Human Rights Education in Diverse Contexts. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers. pp. 243-259.