Nicole Reinsdorf

Research Associate

 

Campus Golm
University of Potsdam
Inclusive Education
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 24 - 25
House 31 - Room 2.13
14476 Potsdam
GERMANY

 

consulting hours
only after previous agreement by e-mail

Main Research Topics

  • Quality development of a results-oriented inclusive school culture

- School and teaching development with the aim of improving the quality of mathematics teaching

  • Teaching development initiatives focusing on the qualification of teachers and subject groups in mathematics teaching:

- Forms of individualized learning

- Work with competence-oriented task formats

- Promotion of diagnostic skills

- Drawing conclusion from the results of the central learning level surveys

  • Intervention strategies in the RTI paradigm

Methods

  • Qualitative content analysis of non-structured data such as interviews, focus groups, video and audio files, PDFs and more - MAXQDA 2020
  • Basic data management and graphical data analysis - statistical software IBM SPSS Statistics

Courses and Workshops 2020

 

Courses

  • Webinar:

Didactics of Primary School Mathematics - Recognizing and Promoting Mathematical (high) Aptitude (via zoom)

 

  • Webinar:

Diagnosis and Support Planning for Learning Impairments - Casework and Individual Support Planning/Teaching Focus Learning (via zoom)

 

  • Module Examinations:       

(1) A Contribution to Portfolio Work in the Teaching Focus Learning

(2) Further Aspects of Individual Support Planning for Learning Impairments – Report of Support Diagnosis

 

Workshops

  • Association for the Promotion of MINT-Teaching Berlin -Brandenburg; 2nd MINT Primary School Day in Berlin - Brandenburg:

            - Recognizing and Promoting            Mathematical (High) Aptitude

Landesinstitut für Schule und Medien Berlin-Brandenburg; Qualification of other pedagogical personnel:

            - Teaching Focus Learning

 

Courses and Workshops 2019

Courses

  • Cours:

Didactics of Primary School Mathematics - Recognizing and Promoting Mathematical (high) Aptitude (via zoom)

  • Cours:

Teaching Focus Learning

  • Cours:

Cooperation and School Development

 

  • Module Examinations:

A Contribution to Portfolio Work in the Teaching Focus Learning

 

Workshops

  • Brandenburg Inclusion Model (BrIM) mathematics and arithmetic; test for capturing concepts in preschool age, MARKO-D:

- Ricken, G., Fritz-Stratmann, A., Balzer L. (2013). MARKO-D. Mathematik- und Rechenkonzepte im Vorschulalter – Diagnose. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

- Fritz, A., Ehlert, A., Ricken, G., Balzer, L. (2017). MARKO-D1+. Mathematik- und Rechenkonzepte bei Kindern der ersten Klassenstufe – Diagnose. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

 

  • Brandenburg Inclusion Model (BrIM) - Differentiated immanent promotion with the number book:

- Wittmann, E. Ch., Müller, G. N. (2006). Das Zahlenbuch 1. Leipzig: Klett.

 

  • Brandenburg Inclusion Model (BrIM) diagnostic and training programs for children with dyscalculia:

- Gerlach, M., Fritz, A. & Leutner, D. (2013). MARKO-T.Mathematik- und Rechenkonzepte im Vor- und Grundschulalter – Training. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

- Gerlach, M. & Fritz-Stratmann, A. (2011). Mina und derMaulwurf. Frühförderbox Mathematik; mit Spielideen und Alltagstipps. Berlin: Cornelsen.

- Gerlach, M. Fritz, A., Ricken, G. & Schmidt, S. (2007). Kalkulie: Diagnose- und Trainingsprogramm für rechenschwache Kinder. Trainingsprogramm: Bausteine 1-3. Berlin: Cornelsen.

 

 

Conference Contributions

 

  • Reinsdorf, N., Ehlert, A. (2019).

Interventions in mathematical beginning lessons - First insights into the Brandenburg inclusion model BrIM. Consulting. Society for Empirical Educational Research (GEBF), Cologne.

 

  • Reinsdorf, N., Ehlert, A. (2018).

Interventions in initial mathematics instruction - First insights into the Brandenburg Inclusion Model (BrIM). Poster presentation, conference of the Working Group on Empirical Special Educational Research (AESF), Frankfurt.

 

  • Reinsdorf N., Ehlert, A., Wagner, L. (2017). To identify and promote diagnostic skills of student teachers. Poster presentation, conference of the Working Group on Empirical Special Educational Research (AESF), Frankfurt.