We look forward and welcome two master graduates of TUM School of Education as our new research assistant at Friedl Schöller Endowed Chair for Teaching and Learning Research!
Starting in April, Ricardo Böheim and Maralena Pielmeier will work in the project "DIALOGUE II" and will follow their PhD in this area.
Before, Ricardo Böheim and Maralena Pielmeier finished their Bachelor and Master of Education (in Education for Secondary School Teaching for Biology and Chemistry) and did the First State Exam for Secondary School Teaching in Education.
They completed their master's thesis at the Susanne Klatten Endowed Chair for Empirical Educational Research.
Ricardo Böheim wrote his master's thesis on "Improving reading strategies in science teaching - An intervention study".
In addition to his studies he gained professional experience as a student assistant at the Chair of Mathematical Modelling of Biological Systems and later as a graduate assistant at the Chair of Zoology. Furthermore, he was employed for two school years at the bilingual school Phorms in Munich where he worked part-time as Secondary Teacher.
Maralena Pielmeier wrote her master's thesis on "Mentoring Conversations during Practical Studies at School – An Analysis of Dialogues between Mentor and Student Teacher".
During her studies, she has worked as a student assistant at the Susanne Klatten Endowed Chair for Empirical Educational Research and at the Friedl Schöller Endowed Chair for Teaching and Learning Research. Thereby she was involved in the projects “TUMconnect“ and “TUMkolleg“.