Dr. Karin Berendes
Karin Berendes is a research assistant at the Hector Research Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology and collaborator with the National Educational Panel (NEPS).
Her research focus is on the connection of language skills and educational processes.
|Since 01/2013||Research associate at the Center for Educational Science and Psychology (Prof. Dr. Ulrich Trauwein), University of Tübingen|
Research associate in stage 5 “From Upper Secondary School to Higher Education, Vocational Training, or the Labor Market” of the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS)
|2010–2012||Research associate in the research project “Academic Language Proficiency” (Bildungssprachliche Kompetenzen – BiSpra) of the Research Initiative Language Diagnosis and Language Support (Forschungsinitiative Sprachdiagnostik und Sprachförderung – FiSS), Department of Psychology I (Prof. Dr. Sabine Weinert), University of Bamberg|
Research associate in stage 2 und 3 “From Kindergarten to Elementary School” of the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS), Institute for Longitudinal Educational Research Bamberg (INBIL), Department of Sociology I (Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Blossfeld), University of Bamberg
|2006–2009||Research assistant/doctoral candidate in the research project “Impact of Different Methods of Treatment on Reading and Spelling Skills”, Department of Phoniatrics and Pedaudiology, Hannover Medical School|
|2002–2006||Speech-language therapist, Office for Speech-Language Therapy Iris Lützeler-Dreßen, Alsdorf|
|2002–2007||Studies of Teaching and Research Logopedics at RWTH Aachen University|
|2000–2002||Speech-language therapist, Office for Speech-Language Therapy Frauke Arndt, Brakel|
|1997–2000||Vocational training as speech-language therapist, Bernd-Blindow-School, Leipzig|