Problem Statement/Objective of the Special Interest Group (SIG)
The SIG’s starting point is the already existing TüSE project Competence Modelling and Competence Development. Until now, this project has dealt with the question of which competences teachers (and trainee teachers) need in the subjects English Studies and Mathematics in order to successfully teach the skills to be acquired by students. The competences of teaching staff include both subject-specific and subject-didactic competences. Their structure, relationship with each other and development during teacher education are the research subjects of the existing project. The SIG aims to facilitate exchange on these topics with representatives of other subjects. It provides a forum in which theoretical concepts and empirical findings from different subjects and thematic areas can be discussed.
Dr. Judith Glaesser, Methods Center & Prof. Dr. Augustin Kelava, Quantitative Methods, Director of Methods Center
Prof. Dr. Matthias Bauer (English Philology/Literary Studies), JProf. Dr. Jan-Philipp Burde (Physics and Didactics of Physics), Dr. Helga Gese (Didactics of Language), JProf. Dr. Julia Hapke (Sports Didactics), Leonie Kirchhoff, MA (TüSE, Competence Modelling and Competence Development in English Studies), Prof. Dr. Frank Loose (Mathematical Physics), Prof. Dr. Walther Paravicini (Mathematics and the Didactics of Mathematics), Prof. Dr. Gorden Sudeck (Sports Science, Focus on Health Education), apl. Prof. Dr. Angelika Zirker (Englisch Literary and Cultural Studies)