Anna Braukmann worked as a research assistant at the professorship from October 2017 to June 2018, taking over for Dr. Stephanie Moser on parental leave. She conducted an evaluation study for the exhibition "energie.wenden" for the Deutsches Museum. The aim of the study is to record visitor satisfaction. Ms. Braukmann is now devoting herself to her training as a child and adolescent psychotherapist. We wish her all the best.
Anna-Teresa worked as a research assistant in the subprojects "Increasing Competence Orientation" and "Toolbox" of the faculty project Teach@TUM from July 2017 to December 2018. Since January 2019, she has been working as a research assistant in the field of subject didactics health and nursing science (teaching profession vocational education).
Dr. Claudia Geyer
In the future, Claudia Geyer will dedicate herself to her training as a child and youth psychotherapist. We wish her all the best for this project!
Dr. Siëlle Gramser
From 2012 to 2022, Siëlle worked as a research assistant at the Associate Professorship of Formal and Informal Learning at the TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology. During this time, she was involved in the DFG funded projects „User-specific Presentation of Knowledge with Conflicting Evidence in Museums” and "Conveying Conflicting Scientific Topics in Exhibitions", as well as in the Erasmus+ funded project "Inclusion Training for Explainers in Museums and Science Centers (ITEMS)". She now works as the project coordinator of the Leibniz Centre of Excellence for Museum Education at the Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseum in Mainz. We wish her all the best for the future!
Dr. Maximilian Knogler
Maximilian Knogler has been coordinator of the project "Clearing House Unterricht" of the Quality Offensive Teacher Education at the TUM School of Education (Teach@TUM) and research assistant at the Chair of Teaching and Higher Education Research at the TUM School of Education since July 2015.
Dr. Magdalena Lenker
Magdalena Lenker did her PhD from October 2014 - October 2018 at the Chair of Formal and Informal Learning at the TUM School of Education. The thesis entitled: "The learning diary as a support tool in tutorial learning environments in out-of-school contexts" was supervised by Prof. Dr. Doris Lewalter (TUM), Dr. Claudia Geyer (TUM) and Dr. Maya Kandler (LMU). Her PhD was funded by the Hans Böckler Foundation.
Mirjam Maahs has been working as a research assistant in the sub-project "Toolbox Teacher Education" of the project "Teach@TUM" (BMBF, Qualitätsoffensive Lehrerbildung) at the TUM School of Education since December 2015. Her area of work included the conception of the toolbox platform, the implementation of the material development, as well as the development of interactive, teaching-accompanying materials in the subject-related area.
Maria Reißner was a research assistant in the "Toolbox Teacher Education" work area of the Teach@TUM project at the TUM School of Education from October 2015 to June 2018. She supervised the material development in the field of educational science. We wish Maria Reißner all the best and much success in her new job!
Dr. Inga Specht
Inga Specht has been working at the German Institute for Adult Education e.V. Leibniz Center for Lifelong Learning in Bonn since October 2013.
She is now working on the "Inclusion/Learning in the Neighborhood" program in the Research and Development Center (FEZ) area. We wish her continued success for her professional future.
Dr. Silke Titze
Dr. Silke Titze was project coordinator of the BMBF project "Toolbox Teacher Education" from 2016 to 2022. Since the school year 22/23 she is a teacher at vocational schools. We wish her much success and joy!
Dr. Ariane S. Willems
Dr. Ariane S. Willems has been a research associate at the Institute for School Development Research (IFS) at the TU Dortmund University since October 2011. Here, she heads the BMBF project "StEG II - Study on the Development of All-Day Schools" and deals, among other things, with questions on the quality and impact of all-day schools.