I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the Faculty of Sustainability at Leuphana University. Before that, I worked as a research assistant at Fernuniversität Hagen. In my research and teaching, I am particularly interested in personal approaches toward education for sustainable development.
More precisely, I inquire the relevance of personal (e.g. affective-motivational, bodily) competences for educating future change agents for sustainable development and looks at ways to integrate a systematic cultivation of these competences into current ESD. For this purpose, I draw upon a variety of self-reflexive learning activities and introspective practices and combines them with a training in (mainly qualitative) research methods.
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Recent blog posts featuring Pascal
In a new article, Pascal Frank and colleagues use a mixed-methods approach to inquire whether…Keep reading
In a recent article published in the “International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education”, I…Keep reading
Competency frameworks for sustainable development aim to define skills, abilities, and proficiencies individuals need to…Keep reading
The ReZeitKon project explores how individuals perceive and make use of time, in particular saved or “free” time, and how these usages of time relate to and can be changed towards more sustainable consumption. SuCo2 leads the education intervention subproject.Keep reading