Cohort II Fellows and Micro Groups

 

Cohort II Fellows

 

NameInstitutionDiscipline & Research Interests
Attig, Manja
LifBi – Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories
Psychology
Barrera-Pedemonte, Fabian
Universidad de ChilePsychology

– International large scale assessments and surveys Teacher policy
– Teacher learning and development
– School improvement
– Quantitative methods
Boda, ZsofiaETH Zürich, Chair of Social NetworksSociology
Dahmann, Sarah
University of SydneyEconomics

– Skill formation
– Cognitive and non-cognitive
– Skills returns to education
– Causal inference
– Intergenerational mobility

CIDER Fellow from 2016 to 2018
Deutscher (Klotz), ViolaUniversity of Mannheim, Business SchoolEconomics

CIDER Fellow from 2016 to 2018
Edele, AileenTU DortmundPsychology

– Impact of migration and language on educational outcomes
Finger, Claudia
WZB – Berlin Social Science CenterSociology

– Inequality of educational opportunities
– Higher education
Griga, DoritUniversity of BernSociology

– Inequalities in vocational education and higher education
– Transition to the labour market
– Migrant-specific inequalities in education
– Comparative research
Herber, StefanieFederal Ministry of Labour and Social AffairsEconomics

– Economics of education
– Behavioral economics
– Empirical microeconomics
– Experimental economics
– Program evaluation
– Higher education and student financial aid
– Asymmetric information
– Social inequality and intergenerational Mobility
– Labor economics
Heyder, Anke
TU DortmundPsychology

– Gender differences
– Beliefs and stereotypes
– Teacher education
– Motivation
Hoferichter, FrancesErnst-Moritz-Arndt University GreifswaldEducation Science

– Educational psychology
– Stress
– Test anxiety
– Social relationships
– Learning
– Cross-national comparison
Holtmann, Anne ChristineWZB – Berlin Social Science CenterSociology

– Social inequality
– Education
– School-to-work transitions
– Families
– Social policy
– Labour markets
Jansen, MalteResearch Data Centre (FDZ) at the Institute
for Educational Quality Improvement (IQB)
Psychology

– Students’ academic motivation, especially domain-specific self-concept and self-efficacy beliefs
– Effects of social and dimensional comparisons
– Structure and domain-specific differentiation of academic ability and motivation
– Effects of school and classroom environments on (the development of) cognitive and motivational outcomes
– Cultural orientations in students with and without an immigrant background
– Quantitative research methods
Korthals, RoxanneDutch Inspectorate of EducationEconomics

– Economics of education
– Tracking in secondary school
– Field of study choice
– Curriculum differences/changes
Krekel, ChristianLondon School of EconomicsEconomics

I am a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics, and a Consultant at the World Bank.

I am an applied economist: my research fields are environmental and
labour economics, policy and programme evaluation, and applied
microeconometrics, with a particular focus on spatial analysis. My PhD
in Economics was completed at the Paris School of Economics in the autumn of 2017.

I am primarily interested in how our natural, built, or
organisational environment affects our lives — specifically our
behaviour, health, and (ultimately) our well-being. My work is aimed at
informing evidence-based policy on how to improve these outcomes in a
cost-effective manner.

For my work, I have been awarded the FEEM Award (Young Economist Award) by the European Economic Association.
Linberg, TobiasISB – State Insitute for School Quality and
Education Research Munich
Education Science

– School and teaching quality
– Early childhood care and education
– Home learning environments
– Social and immigrant specific inequalities
– International comparisons
– Language development
– Full-day schooling
Lorenz, GeorgIQB – Institute for Educational Quality
Improvement
Sociology

– Social networks and ethnic segregation
– Causes for ethnic and racial inequalities in education and in the labor market
– Discrimination processes
Neidhöfer, GuidoZEW – Centre for European Economic ResearchEconomics

– Equality of opportunity
– Inequality
– Intergenerational mobility
– Education
– Migration
Netz, NicolaiDZHW – German Centre for Higher Education
Research and Science Studies
Sociology

– Sociology of education
– Returns to education
– Migration
– Higher education
– Science systems
Ortega, LorenaUniversidad de ChileEducation Science

Fields:

– Equity in education
– Educational effectiveness
– Sociology of education
– Educational assessment
– Comparative education
– Latin American studies

Quantitative Methods:

– Secondary data analysis
– Multilevel modelling
– Social network analysis
– Longitudinal studies
– Analysis of international large-scale assessment data
Roloff-Bruchmann, JaninaIPN – Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics
Education at Kiel University
Psychology

– Teachers’ professional competence
– Instructional quality
– Measurement of change
Sauerwein, MarkusFliedener Fachhochschule DüsseldorfEducation Science

– All-day schools (Ganztagsschule)
– Teaching quality / quality of extracurricular activities
– School improvment and school development
– Recognition in pedagogical contexts
– Theories of justice (in education) (particularly: Capability Approach; Recognition (Respect Egalitarianism)

CIDER Fellow from 2016 to 2018
Schachner, MajaUniversity of PotsdamEducation Science

– Acculturation und ethnic identity in adolescence
– School adjustment of adolescent immigrants
– Interethnic friendships in adolescence
– Dealing with diversity in multicultural schools
– Intercultural competence development
– Context effects and multilevel analyses
– Cross-cultural psychology
Schwabe, FranziskaTU Dortmund/IFSPsychology

– Reading competence
– Large scale assessment
– Differential item functioning and test fairness
– Diversity in student groups
– Motivational orientations
Torres, RodrigoNatCen Social ResearchEconomics

– Educational inequality and success against the odds
– School accountability, admission policies and competition among schools
– Social segregation at schools
– Access to higher education for socially disadvantaged students
– Social mobility
van Hek, MargrietRadboud UniversitySociology

– Educational inequalities
– Gender inequalities
– Comparative research
– Reading skills
– Cultural capital & lifestyles
– Class inequalities
Veerman, Gert-JanRadboud University
Christelijke Hogeschool Ede
Sociology

– Diversity
– School performances
– Social cohesion
Winkler, OliverMartin-Luther-University Halle-WittenbergSociology

– Formation of educational elites
– Vertical differentiation and segregation in higher education
– Openness of educational systems
– Educational aspirations
– Ethnic inequality in a life course perspective
– Sequence analysis
– Event history analysis
Workman, JosephUniversity of Missouri, Kansas CitySociology

– Causes and consequences of educational inequality, particularly the disadvantages experienced by those
from lower socioeconomic backgrounds and minority students
– Processes by which parents devote resources to children’s education
– Influence of students’ social networks on adolescent academic outcomes

 


 

Cohort II Micro Groups

 

Micro group’s titleParticipating FellowsDiscipline
Understanding teacher collaboration for helping at risk-students to succeed against the odds: a social network perspectiveLorena Ortega


Zsofia Boda
Education
Science

Sociology
How different aspects of self-determination relate to reading and math competences among male and female German secondary
school students: a longitudinal study using NEPS Data
Frances Hoferichter


Tobias Linberg


Manja Attig
Education
Science

Education
Science

Psychology
Institutional settings, education policies and inequity in school educationRodrigo Torres
Nunez

Anne Christine
Holtmann
Economics


Sociology
School achievement and competencies of children with immigrant background in East GermanyAileen Edele

Oliver Winkler

Malte Jansen
Psychology

Sociology

Psychology
Friendships and field of study choice in secondary schoolZsofia Boda

Roxanne Korthals
Sociology

Economics
Shapes of early inequalities in international comparisonTobias Linberg


Frauke Peter

Ludovica Gambaro
Education
Science

Economics

Sociology
Like teacher, like student? Teacher characteristics at traditional and vocational upper secondary schools and their students’ achievementJohanna
Fleckenstein

Janina Roloff-
Bruchmann

Oliver Winkler
Education
Science

Psychology


Sociology
Gender and social costs attached to academic effort and achievement
Joseph Workman

Anke Heyder
Sociology

Psychology
How to reduce subject-specific anxiety among secondary school students? The role of individual and contextual protective factorsFrances Hoferichter


Julia Tetzner (DIPF)

Malte Jansen
Education
Science

Psychology

Psychology
School context, gender identity, and gender differences in educational achievementAnke Heyder

Margriet van Hek
Psychology

Sociology
Early childhood care services and refugee children: differences in attendance and consequences for integrationGuido Neidhöfer

Ludovica Gambaro

C. Katharina Spieß
Economics

Sociology

Economics
Effects of tracking on affective and cognitive motivational outcomes in teenage students: Investigating the role of competence satisfaction and social relationshipsRoxanne Korthals

Franziska Schwabe
Economics

Education Science
The role of cultural identity in immigrant students’ school adaptationAileen Edele

Malte Jansen

Georg Lorenz

Maja Schachner

Gert-Jan Veerman
Psychology

Psychology

Sociology

Psychology

Sociology
Well teachers, well students: the role of well-being in teacher professional developmentFabian Barrera-
Pedemonte

Janina Roloff-
Bruchmann

Christian Krekel
Psychology


Psychology


Economics
The rise of comprehensive schools and Abitur attainment trends in GermanySönke Matthewes
(WZB)

Camilla Borgna

Jennifer Schauer
(WZB)
Economics


Sociology


Education
Grit/ socio-emotional skills (*)Johanna
Fleckenstein


Frances Hoferichter


Christian Krekel

Fabian Schmidt (IPN)

Daniel Danner
(GESIS)

Clemens Lechner
(GESIS)
Education
Science


Education
Science

Economics

Psychology

Psychology


Psychology
Consequences of the G8 education reform (*)Sarah Dahmann

Jan Marcus

Susanne Kuger
Economics

Economics

Education Science
Who succeeds and who fails? A multilevel social network analysis approach to immigrants’ psychological and sociocultural adaption in Europe (ISONET) (*)Zsofia Boda

Malte Jansen

Georg Lorenz
Sociology

Psychology

Sociology
How to reduce subject-specific anxiety among secondary school students? The role of individual and contextual protective factors (*)Johanna
Fleckenstein


Frances Hoferichter


Malte Jansen
Education
Science


Education
Science

Psychology
Dynamics in higher education (*)Claudia Finger

Guido Neidhöfer

Oliver Winkler
Sociology

Economics

Sociology
The inclusion of immigrant students within Chilean classrooms: a social network analysis of teacher-student interactions (*)Zsofia Boda

Lorena Ortega
Sociology

Education
(*) micro groups without funding grants