'Leerlingen voor Leerlingen' (By pupils, for pupils) is a syllabus for Dutch secondary education to create high-quality instruction videos.
In 2010 the Dutch educational program InnovatieImpuls Onderwijs started this concept in which pupils from the higher grades instruct pupils from the lower grades. Since then, more than thirty Dutch schools have adopted this scheme. In practice, it means that pupils are answering specific questions by making short instruction videos. Every school was assigned two fields of interest; the participating schools eventually exhanged the created video productions.
To create high-quality instruction material, the Atlas College in Hoorn asked Creative Learning Lab to develop a educational plan for this purpose. It learns the pupils to create their own instruction videos.