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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Humanities and Social Science - History of Education

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1982 born
2001 High School Diploma (Abitur) at  Ludwig-Leichhardt-Gymnasium, Cottbus
2001-2008

Studies in English and American Studies and Primary Education at Humboldt University Berlin, Germany; several internships at primary schools and one secondary school in Berlin; Foreign Language Assistant (PAD) at St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School, Bristol, UK

2006-2008 Student Assistant and Tutor at the Department of History of Education (Prof. Dr. Heinz-Elmar Tenorth), Institute for Education Studies, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
2008 First State Examination for primary school teachers (English, German, Mathematics)
2008-2009 Contract research work  in the projects: ‘200 Years Humboldt University Jubilee‘ and ‘60 Years Federal Republic of Germany – Education Policies at the Department of History of Education (Prof. Dr. Heinz-Elmar Tenorth), Institute for Education Studies, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
2009-2011 Teacher Training; Board of Education, Science and Research of the Federal State of Berlin
2009 Test Co-ordinator: tests conducted to evaluate the students‘ learning progress at schools following the concept of inclusive classrooms for the Board of Education, Science and Research of the Federal State of Berlin
2011 Second State Examination for primary school teachers
since 2011 Primary School Teacher and Head of the English Department at a primary school in Berlin; Board of Education, Science and Research of the Federal State of Berlin
since 2012

Research Assistant at the Department of History of Education, Institute of Education Studies, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany; project: Development, Negotiation, Transfer and Implementation of Norms for the Organisation of ‘Mixed’ Classroom Instruction in Comparative Perspective (Spain, Ireland, India, ca. 1840-1900);  focus on Ireland; supervisor: Prof. Dr. Marcelo Caruso; funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG)