Uni-Tübingen

Rainer Lupschina, OStR

Project staff

Office Address
CRC 923 "Threatened Order"
Keplerstrasse 2 (NE wing), Room 170
D-72074 Tübingen
  +49 7071 29-77364
rainer.lupschinaspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de

Office hours
by appointment via email

Project
Ö – experiences – expectations – results


Project within the CRC 923

Project Ö: Expectations – experiences – results. „Threatened Orders“ between scientific analysis and public discussion

Project Ö further advances the historization of crisis diagnoses – one of the CRC’s long-term goals – by anchoring the concept of transfer in the research design and research practices of the subprojects and of the CRC as a whole. In the third funding period, Project Ö will work with CRC collaborators to develop a global exhibition to be held at twelve locations worldwide, and which will integrate and expand on the existing virtual exhibition. In addition, the project is developing a digital learning platform for teachers and students that transfers the CRC model to classrooms teaching history. Finally, the project will continue to ensure intensive interaction both within and outside of the research group through innovative formats as well as classical public relations work.

 


Curriculum vitae

since Juli 2019
Project staff member

at the SFB 923 "Threatened Order. Societues under Stress" (Project Ö)

since 2018
Multiplicator and specialist consultant

in the field of digital media at the Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs Baden-Württemberg

since 2016
Head of the "Tablet project"

Pilot project of grammar schools (Ministry of Education BW) at the Friedrich List Gymnasium Reutlingen and trainer for experimental history classes

2014 to 2016
Member of the Curriculum Board Baden-Württemberg

since 2012
Lecturer

at the Seminar für Ausbildung und Fortbildung der Lehrkräfte Tübingen (Gymnasium)

2012 to 2017
Lecturer

at the Teacher Training Advisory Center at the University of Tübingen

since 2001
High school teacher

for the subjects history and German

1998 to 2001
Employee at DaimlerChrysler AG

in the Marketing/Communication Sales Europe department

1996 to 1997
Research on local politics in the Third Reich

1994 to 1995
Research associate

at the Institute of Rhetoric (Prof. Todorov) of the University of Tübingen

1989 to 1993
Degree course in German studies and history (teaching degree)

at the University of Tübingen and the Université de Poitiers

1986 to 1997
Volunteer and freelancer

at the Schwäbische Zeitung Ravensburg as well as the Munzinger Archive Ravensburg


Publications

Essays

  • "Überlegungen zum Einsatz von Tablets im Geschichts- und Deutschunterricht", in: Lehren & Lernen (03/2018)
  • "Kollegiumsininterne Tablet-Fortbildung im Gymnasium. Erfahrungen und Entwicklungen", in: Lehren & Lernen (03/2018)
  • "Kooperatives Lernen mit Tablets - ein Praxisbeispiel: Strukturierte Kontroverse", on: Deutsch-Klett.de, together with Dr. Susanne Huber (01/2017)
  • "Der Koalitionsvertrag der baden-württembergischen Landesregierung unter der medialen Lupe", together with Dr. Susanne Huber, in: Lehren & Lernen (12/2016)
  • "Tablets im Kooperativen Unterricht", together with Dr. Susanne Huber, in: Lehren & Lernen (07/2016)

Conferences / Workshops

Lectures

  • "Zeitgemäßes Lehren und Lernen - Dichtung und Wahrheit aus der digitalen Praxis.", Media Education Day for Schools in Heubach/Aalen, 2019.
  • "Lehren und Lernen heute. Digitale Bildung und digitale Medien in einem Unterricht für die heutige Jugend.", Seminar for Teacher Education Heilbronn, 2018.
  • "Unterrichten mit Tablets - Entwicklungen und Perspektiven.", Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs - Seminars in Baden-Württemberg, 2018.
  • "Blick über den tabletRand", Network vocational schools - high schools/ RP Tübingen, 2018.
  • "Tablets an allgemein bildenden Gymnasien", RP Speakers' Conference Tübingen, 2017.