Category: Supervised doctorates

Supervised doctorates

Doctorates supervised by Jens Siemon:

Dr. Katharina Baumann: Man muss schon ein bisschen mit dem Schreiben zurechtkommen! [You should be able to cope with writing – at least a bit!]

Dr. Martin Novak: Lebenslange berufliche Bildung in der Wissensgesellschaft [lifelong vocational education in a knowledge-based society]

Dr. Marina Trebbels: Transitions at the end of compulsory full-time education

Dr. Claudia Stolp: Wirkung auf Lernerfolg und Motivation durch Debriefing in Unternehmensplanspielen [Impact on learning success and motivation through debriefing in business simulations]

Dr. Jose Maria Cela: Personality, learning patterns and performance of first year students

Marina Trebbels. Transitions at the end of compulsory full-time education. A Study on the educational and future career aspirations and expectations of native and migrant students

Besides different preconditions for educational success in native and migrant families, an important role has been ascribed to students’ educational aspirations in the explanation of ethnic disparities in educational attainment. Based on a sample of several hundred 9th and 10th graders in Hamburg, the study investigates the dimensions along which native and migrant students construct their educational and future career aspirations and expectations at the end of compulsory full-time education. The results provide insight into the applicability of traditional approaches that investigate the mechanisms that shape social disparities in education to explain the ethnic attainment gap, and into the controversial meaning of subjective data in the form of respondent-reported educational aspirations and the interpretation of higher aspirations in migrant families as secondary effects of ethnic origin.

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Impact on learning success and motivation through debriefing in business simulations

Stolp, Claudia (2015). Wirkung auf Lernerfolg und Motivation durch Debriefing in Unternehmensplanspielen [Impact on learning success and motivation through debriefing in business simulations] .

http://ediss.sub.uni-hamburg.de/volltexte/2015/7123/

Personality, learning patterns and performance of first year students

Cela Ranilla, Jose Maria (2010). Personality, learning patterns and performance of first year students.

http://www.sub.uni-hamburg.de/opus/volltexte/2010/4807/index.html

Dr. No has made it!

Lifelong vocational education in a knowledge-based society: A discussion on the interaction of people, government and economy in a knowledge-based society as well as the orientations of lifelong learning and problems, challenges and consequences arising from them for vocational education.

Dr. No has made it! On 15 March 2015, Martin Novak received his doctoral degree (Dr. phil.).

An an external doctoral student, you even accomplished this alongside your teacher traineeship. Congratulations!

Doctorate Katharina Baumann

You should be able to cope with writing – at least a bit!
A study on the writing skills of trainees in the lower vocational training segment seen in the context of training maturity.

Katharina Baumann demonstrates excellent writing skills. Under the German title „Man muss schon ein bisschen mit dem Schreiben zurechtkommen! – Eine Studie zu den Schreibfähigkeiten von Auszubildenden im unteren beruflichen Ausbildungssegment im Kontext von Ausbildungsreife“, she has completed her doctorate with great success.