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  • Digital and International Virtual Academic Cooperation (DIVA), coordinated together with Prof. Dr. Anselm Böhmer (Ludwigisburg), a DAAD funded project focussing on blended mobility in cooperation with Darwin University (Australia) and Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts (Israel)
  • Extended Telecollaboration Practice (ETP): An Erasmus+ mobility project (together with Kibbutzim College of Education Tel Aviv, Israel, coordination: Prof. Dr. Götz Schwab) (since 2016)
  • Teachers for the Future: in cooperation with Nelly's Network and funded by the Wissenschaftsministerium Baden-Württemberg (Minsitry of Science BW), the Consulate General of Israel in Munich and the Dieter-Schwarz Stiftung,


  • proPIC - Promoting professionalism, innovation and transnational collaboration in foreign and second language learning and teaching - integrating research-orientation and mobile technologies in teacher education (ERASMUS+ project, coordinator: Prof. Dr. Goetz Schwab, research assistant: Mareike Oesterle) (2017-2020)
  • PedPack (ERASMUS+ project, coordinator: Paul Harrison, edEUcation, UK) (2018-2020)
  • EVALUATE - (ERASMUS+ project, coordinator: Prof. Dr. Robert O'Dowd, Universidad de León, Spain) (2017-2018)
  • VEO - Video Enhanced Observation (ERASMUS+ project, coordinator: Prof. Dr. Paul Seedhouse, Newcastle University) (2015-2017)
  • Language Learning at the Crossroads - Processability Theory meets Conversation Analysis (together with Prof. Dr. Jörg-U. Keßler, Ludwigsburg University of Education)
  • Bili HauptSchule (together with Prof. Dr. Jan Hollm and Prof. Dr. Jörg-U. Keßler, both Ludwigsburg University of Education)
  • LID - Lehrerprofessionalisierung im Diskurs.
  • Self-Efficacy and Learning Strategies in Learning English as a Foreign Language among University students in China, Germany and the US. "(Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Chuang Wang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA)
  • Englischunterricht in der Hauptschule - eine gesprächsanalytische Studie zur sprachlichen Interaktion im Englischunterricht einer Hauptschulklasse.



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