Cooperation partners

Cooperation partners

Bielefeld School of Education (BiSEd)

The Bielefeld School of Education (represented for the project by Dr. Renate Schüssler and Nadine Auner) is involved in the project to promote the internationalisation of teacher education in Bielefeld and to disseminate the project results to student teachers in the sense of a multiplier. Further training for teachers (3rd teacher training phase) is also to be offered via BiSEd in order to disseminate the project results as widely as possible.

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Prof. Dr. Susanne Miller
Bielefeld University

Prof. Dr. Susanne Miller is a professor of primary school pedagogy who studies the handling of heterogeneity in primary schools from the perspective of primary school pedagogy and considers the primary school in its potential as a school for all children. Professional teacher action, which includes the selection, conceptualisation and handling of inclusive teaching materials, is also in her focus of interest.

Prof. Dr. Annemarie Augschöll Blasbichler
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

At the Free University of Bolzano, Prof. Dr. Annemarie Augschöll Blasbichler is also involved in the project. She deals with school in a social context from an international perspective and therefore supports the project from a theoretical and international comparative perspective. She is familiar with the local school situation in Bolzano and the surrounding area. She will work closely with the contact person at the Free University, Dr. Vanessa Macchia.

Prof. Dr. Bettina Amrhein
Bielefeld University

Prof. Dr. Bettina Amrhein is a professor of inclusion in an international context, with a special focus on diagnosis and support, and contributes to the project with her experience in international comparisons of inclusive learning settings and support diagnosis approaches.

Prof. Dr. Annette Textor
Laborschule Bielefeld

Prof. Dr. Annette Textor is Professor of Empirical School Research and Scientific Director of the Bielefeld Laboratory School. She is involved in the project in both functions, as on the one hand she ensures the anchoring of the project in the Bielefeld Laboratory School and on the other hand she contributes her distinctive expertise in the area of school and classroom development with the goal of inclusive learning. Her expertise in inclusive education ranges from theoretical reflections on schools and empirical findings to didactic implementation possibilities.


Wir werden von der Université du Luxembourg durch Herrn Ingo Schandeler (Hauptdozent an der Fakultät für Sprachwissenschaften und Literatur, Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst und Erziehungswissenschaften) und Herrn Roger Frisch (abgeordneter Lehrer an der Fakultät für Sprachwissenschaften und Literatur, Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst und Erziehungswissenschaften) mit bei der Durchführung des Projektes unterstützt, da beide im Bereich der Primärschulforschung über langjährige Erfahrungen in der Projektmitarbeit verfügen und auch in der Inklusionsthematik als Experten gelten.

...Also listed as associate partners are the schools that unfortunately could not be won over as official project partners, but have given permission through commitments on the part of the school management that they may be visited for one-week job shadowing during the first year of the project. These are Ecole Woiwer, an elementary school with the contact person Sara Marques and one of the partner schools of the university from Umea. In addition, the Laborschule Bielefeld, which belongs to the University of Bielefeld, should also be mentioned here. The Laboratory School Bielefeld has been an independent school sponsored by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 1991; until then it was affiliated with the university, which was also the school's sponsor. Today, however, the school still uses parts of the university's infrastructure; for example, all teachers at the Laboratory School have an e-mail address from Bielefeld University. The administration of third-party funds is also handled by Bielefeld University via the Scientific Institution Laboratory School for larger projects that cannot be handled by the school's sponsoring association.