Members

CAREER LEAD aims to promote cooperation between European scientists, but is also open to scientists worldwide.
Participation in the network is free of charge at least until the end of EU funding.

Career Lead is an open network and not profit orientated. If you are interested to join CAREER LEAD, please fill out the application form.


Spokesperson of the network:

  • Prof. Rudolf Schröder, Institute for Economic Education Oldenburg (Germany)

Members of the Board:

  • Dr. Christof Nägele, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, School of Education (Switzerland)
  • Professor Małgorzata Rosalska, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Faculty of Educational Studies (Poland)
  • Professor Soledad Romero-Rodríguez, Universidad of Seville, School of Education, Department of Research and Assessment Methods in Education (Spain)

Founding members of the CAREER LEAD Network

Network Founders

Germany: Institute for Economic Education Oldenburg

Professor Rudolf Schröder

  • Spokesperson of the network and coordinator of the underlying Erasmus+ project Career Lead (grant number 2023-1-DE01-KA220-HED-000161202)
  • Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Department of Economics and Law, Economic Education
  • Institute for Economic Education, affiliated institute of the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Head of the Department Career Learning and Education (together with Dr. Tina Fletemeyer)

Research foci:

  • Career Learning and Education in economics lessons
  • Self-employment
  • Sustainability
  • Inclusion

Selected Literature:

  • Schröder, R. (2020): Rahmenkonzepte zur Berufsorientierung in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. In: Brüggemann, T.; Rahn, S. (Hrsg.): Berufsorientierung: ein Lehr- und Arbeitsbuch. 2. überarb. u. erw. Aufl.. Münster: Waxmann, S. 109-117
  • Schröder, R. (Hrsg.) (2019): Berufliche Orientierung in der Schule: Gegenstand der ökonomischen Bildung. Wiesbaden: Springer VS
  • Schröder, R. (2018): Inklusion in der schulischen Berufsorientierung: Synergien und Herausforderungen. In: Zeitschrift für Heilpädagogik, Heft 03/2018, S. 108-120

Contact address:

Institute for Economic Education non-profit limited company
Affiliated Institute of the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
Bismarckstr. 31
26122 Oldenburg
Email: schroeder@ioeb.de
Telefon: 0441/361303-34
Telefax: 0441/361303-99
Profile URL

Dr. Tina Fletemeyer

  • Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Department of Economics and Law, Economic Education
  • Institute for Economic Education, affiliated institute of the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Head of the Department Career Learning and Education (together with Professor Rudolf Schröder)
  • currently: Replacement of the professorship for economic-technical education and its didactics at the University of Potsdam

Research foci:

  • Career Guidance in general education schools
  • Teachers‘ and students’ perceptions on Career Guidance
  • Use of competence assessment procedures in school-based Career Guidance
  • Methodology of economic education

Selected Literature:

  • Fletemeyer, T./Müller, A.-L./Schröder, R./Reußner, M. (2024, i.a.): Aus der Sicht von Lehrpersonen: Ausgestaltung und Verwendung von Unterrichtsmaterialien zur Beruflichen Orientierung. In: Loerwald, D./Goldschmidt, N. (Hg.): Tagungsband der DeGÖB Jahrestagung 2023.
  • Fletemeyer, T./Friebel-Piechotta, S./Steier-Fahldieck, J. (2022): Beruflich (un)orientiert!? – Zum Berufswahlstatus von Jugendlichen in der gymnasialen Oberstufe. Eine One-Shot Study an gymnasialen Schulformen in Bremen. In: Zeitschrift für Ökonomische Bildung, Sonderausgabe „BOGyO“, S. 23-42.
  • Fletemeyer, T. (2021): Berufsbezogene Überzeugungen von Lehrpersonen zur Beruflichen Orientierung: Eine qualitative Studie an allgemeinbildenden Schulen. Wiesbaden: Springer Verlag.

Contact address:

Institute for Economic Education non-profit limited company
Affiliated Institute of the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
Bismarckstr. 31
26122 Oldenburg
Email: fletemeyer@ioeb.de
Telefon: 0441/79840-79
Telefax: 0441/79829-70
Profile URL

Anna-Lena Müller, M.A./M.Ed

  • Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Department of Economics and Law, Economic Education

Research foci:

  • Career Guidance in general education schools
  • Language sensitive teaching and learning in economic education

Selected Literature:

  • Betker, K./Fletemeyer, T./Münch-Manková, Z./Müller, A.-L./Slopinski, A. (2024): Sprachliche Anforderungen an Übergängen von Schule und Beruf am Beispiel des Einzelhandels. In: Zeitschrift für interkulturellen Fremdsprachenunterricht ZiF 2024-1.
  • Betker, K./Friebel-Piechotta, S./Müller, A.-L. (2024): Sprache im Wirtschaftsunterricht – Eine Analyse der Curricula der Ankerfächer der ökonomischen Bildung. In: Loerwald, D./Goldschmidt, N. (Hg.): Tagungsband der DeGÖB Jahrestagung 2023.

Contact address:

Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
Institute for Economic Education
Ammerländer Heerstraße 114-118
26129 Oldenburg
Email: mueller@ioeb.de
Telefon: 0441/79843-02
Telefax: 0441/79829-70
Profile URL

Germany: The University of Muenster

Prof. Katja Driesel-Lange

  • University of Münster, Institute for Educational Science, Career Guidance Research Group 

Research foci:

  • Adolescents´ career development 
  • professionalization of teachers in the field of career guidance
  • career guidance as a task of school development
  • development, delivery and evaluation of vocational training and career guidance activities 

Selected Literature:

  • Driesel-Lange, Gehrau, V., Brüggemann, T., Epker, M. (2023). Der Berufsorientierungsindex (BOX). Theoretische und empirische Fundierung von Befragungsitems zur beruflichen Entwicklung. Zeitschrift für Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik, 119, 80–110.
  • Klein, J., Driesel-Lange, K. & Ohlemann, S. (2022). Are Adolescents in One-Parent Families a Previously Unnoticed Group in Inclusive Career Guidance? Social Inclusion,10, 2, 278-289. https://www.cogitatiopress.com/socialinclusion/article/view/5085
  • Driesel-Lange, K., Klein, J., Weyland, U. & Ohlemann, S. (in press). Can teachers support adolescents’ development of career management skills? In A. Chant, J. Katsarov, J. Pouyaud & L. Sovet (Eds), Building career management skills. Paris: Network for Innovation in Career Guidance & Counselling in Europe.

Contact address:

University of Münster
Institute for Educational Science
Career Guidance Research Group
Georgskommende 33
48143 Münster
Email (GER): katja.driesel-lange@uni-muenster.de
Profil URL

Dr. Jochen Kinast

  • University of Münster, Department of Education and Social Sciences, Research Group: Career Guidance (Professor Dr. Driesel-Lange)
  • University of Copenhagen, Department of Communication, Research Group: Film Studies and Creative Media Industries (Assoc. Professor Johannes Riis, PhD)

Research foci:

  • Media Effects Research
  • Cultivation Theory
  • Occupational Images
  • Career Development

Selected Literature:

Contact address:

University of Münster
Faculty of Education and Social Sciences
Georgskommende 33
48143 Münster
Email (GER): jochenkinast@uni-muenster.de
Email (DK): kinast@hum.ku.dk

Jerusha Klein

  • University of Münster, Institute for Educational Science, Career Guidance Research Group 

Research foci:

  • Risk factors for career development
  • Career guidance as a school development task
  • Development, use and evaluation of career education and guidance activities

Selected Literature:

  • Driesel-Lange, K., Klein, J. & Gehrau, V. (2023). Let’s Talk! Gespräche als Motor in der Beruflichen Orientierung. Berufsbildung in Wissenschaft und Praxis, 52(2), 23-27.
  • Klein, J., Driesel-Lange, K. & Ohlemann, S. (2022). Are Adolescents in One- Parent Families a Previously Unnoticed Group in Inclusive Career Guidance? Social Inclusion,10, 2, 278-289. https://www.cogitatiopress.com/socialinclusion/article/view/5085

Contact address:

University of Münster
Institute for Educational Science
Career Guidance Research Group
Bispinghof 5/6
48143 Münster
Germany
Email (GER): jerusha.klein@uni-muenster.de
Profil URL

Germany: The University of the Federal Employment Agency – University of Applied Labour Studies

Professor Michael Scharpf

Professor Bernd-Joachim Ertelt

Anke Reuter

  • University of Applied Labour Studies of the Federal Employment Agency

Research foci:

  • Career counselling of adults
  • Gender sensitive career guidance
  • Leadership and team interactions

Contact address:

University of Applied Labour Studies – HdBA
Seckenheimer Landstraße 16
68163 Mannheim – Germany
Email: anke.reuter@hdba.de
Phone: +49 621 4209 127

Austria: The University of Teacher Education Lower Austria

Professor Sabine Zenz

  • University College of Teacher Education Lower Austria
  • Head of Centre Career Change and Professions
  • Head of Centre for Gender and Diversity competence
  • Course director of the Integrative Vocational Education

Research foci:

  • Career education and guidance in schools
  • Career change into the teaching profession

Selected Literature:

  • Heinrichs, K., Niederfriniger, J., Bauer, J., Prammer, W., Telsnig, F. & Zenz, S. (2023). Diagnostik von Berufswahlkompetenz in Polytechnischen Schulen: Ein Schlüssel zur Vorbereitung einer heterogenen Schülerschaft auf selbstbestimmte Berufsentscheidungen in Zeiten von Transformation? R&ESource, 10 (4), https://doi.org/10.53349/resource.2023.i4.a1218
  • Zenz, S. (2022). Interkulturell sensibel? Selbsteinschätzung von Lehrkräften des Unterrichtsfaches Berufsorientierung. In W. Lenz & S. Zenz (Hrsg.), Bildungsreformen praxisnah. Wien: mymorawa.
  • Zenz, S (2021): Green Skills in der schulischen Berufsorientierung. berufsbildung – Zeitschrift für Theorie-Praxis-Dialog, 191.

Contact address:

University College of Teacher Education Lower Austria
Campus Baden
Mühlgasse 67, 2500 Baden
E-Mail: sabine.zenz@ph-noe.ac.at
T: +43 2252 88570 152
Profil URL

Fabian Staudinger, BEd MEd

  • University College of Teacher Education Lower Austria
  • Centre Career Change and Professions: Course director of the Vocational Orientation Coordination programme in Lowe; AustriaExpert for career education in schools

Research foci:

  • Career education and guidance in schools
  • Sustainability in career guidance

Contact address:

University College of Teacher Education Lower Austria
Campus Baden
Mühlgasse 67, 2500 Baden
E-Mail: fabian.staudinger@ph-noe.ac.at
T: +43 2252 88570 160
Profil URL

Prof. Mag. phil. Jennifer Beck-Saiz

  • University College of Teacher Education Lower Austria
  • Center Career Change and Professions
  • Head of the university college programme “Career Change in Secondary General Education”
  • International Office: Staff and Student Mobility Coordinator
  • Internal auditor

Research foci:

  • Career change into the teaching profession
  • Sustainability in career guidance

Contact address:

University College of Teacher Education Lower Austria
Campus Baden
Mühlgasse 67
2500 Baden
E-Mail: jennifer.beck-saiz@ph-noe.ac.at
T: +43 2252 88570 160
Profil URL

Poland: The Jagiellonian University in Krakow

Professor Czesław Noworol

  • Jagiellonian University, Institute of Economics, Finance and Management, Chair of Strategic Management
  • Disciplinary Commission at the Minister of Education and Science.
  • Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration.
  • Network for Innovation in Career Guidance and Counselling in Europe, NICE, Founding member.
  • European Society for Vocational Designing and Career Counseling, ESVDC, Founding member.
  • Applied Vocational Psychology & Policy Research Unit, AVOPP, Founding member..
  • European Scientific Network for Career Learning and Education, Career Lead, Founding member.
  • National Forum for Lifelong Guidance Policy, NFDK, President.

Research foci:

  • Building methods in psychometry: tests, scales, questionnaires and other measures of talents, professional interests, personality traits, motivation, stress, burnout, competences, etc. The methods are used both in psychological research, in guidance and counselling as well as entrepreneurship and management.
  • Psychometrics and methodology of research, and statistics for psychologists, lifelong guidance professionals and managers.
  • Econometrics and multidimensional research methodology in social economy.
  • Consulting and advising issues of managerial psychology, social economy and multidimensional research methodology for officials in the state and regional administration.

Selected Literature:

  • Noworol Cz., (2022). Burnout: otwarty krąg badań fenomenu wypalenia zawodowego i jego pomiaru [Burnout: an open circle of research into the phenomenon of job burnout and its measurement]. [w:] H. Ogińska, J. Maciuszek, B. Gulla, K. Golonka (red.), Od psychologii pracy do neuronauki [From work psychology to neuroscience] (s. 73-94). Kraków: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego.
  • Skarzyński, M., & Noworol, Cz. (2022). Career Path Choices of Vocational School Students. in the Context of Their Entrepreneurial Abilities, General Aptitude, and Hope for Success. Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration. Journal for Mental Changes. The Learned Society of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin & Jagiellonian University, Vol. XXVIII, No 1, 57-88. DOI: 10.18290/pepsi-2022-0003.
  • Noworol Cz., (2021). Die Wahl eines Karrierepfads auf der Grundlage beruflicher Interessen und Entscheidungsheuristiken als Faktoren der beruflichen Selbstwirksamkeit. W: M. Scharpf, A. Frey (Hg.) Vom Individuum her denken. Berufs- und Bildungsberatung in Wissenschaft und Praxis. (s. 293-305). Bielefeld: wbv.de. ISBN (Print): 978-3-7639-7006-3, ISBN (E-Book): 978-3-7639-7007-0, DOI: 10.3278/6004851w.
  • Noworol Cz., (2021). Controllingrelevante Aspekte in der beruflichen Beratung. In: B.-J. Ertelt, M. Scharpf (Hrsg.) Controlling und Beratung. Optimierungschancen durch Komplementarität (S. 97 – 106). Wiesbaden: Springer Nature. ISBN 978-3-658-33502-1; ISBN 978-3-658-33503-8 (eBook); https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-33503-8.
  • Noworol Cz., (2020). Apprenticeships and Career Pathways. In: J. W. Hedge & G. W. Carter (Eds.) Career Pathways: From School to Retirement (p. 62 – 83). New York: Oxford University Press USA. ISBN 978-0-19-090778-5. (2020-02-03). DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190907785.003.0004.

Contact address:

Chair of Strategic Management
Institute of Economics, Finance and Management
Jagiellonian University
ul. Prof. Stanisława Łojasiewicza 4, 30-348 Kraków.
Email: czeslaw.noworol@uj.edu.pl
Telefon: +48 12 664 56 57
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Professor Jerzy Rosiński

  • Member of Steering Committee,  Co-leader of one of Work Package’s (WP3), project format: Horizon 2020; project name: Una.Resin; project implemented within the consortium Una Europa (grant agreement ID: 101017416; DOI 10.3030/101017416; duration 2021-02-01 do 2024-01-31; Grant amount z UE 2 mln euro.)
  • Institute for Economics, Finances and Management,  Faculty of Management and Social Communication, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Head of the Institute

Research foci:

  • Employee competence management
    (especially diagnosis and development of competences)
  • Team management
  • Managing organizational experts
  • Organizational leadership

Selected Literature:

  • Kossowska M., Rosiński J. (2023) Global mindset and international business : driving process outsourcing organizations, New York, Abingdon: Routledge
    ISBN: 978-1-032-52414-6; 978-1-032-52574-7; eISBN: 978-1-003-40726-3
    Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy
    DOI: 10.4324/9781003407263
  • Rosiński J. (2022) Transformation in the management of municipal space in the age of Industrial Revolution 4.0 : from building infrastructure to creating a friendly business space, In: Makieła Z., Stuss M., Borowiecki R. [eds.] Sustainability, technology and innovation 4.0; London : Routledge
    ISBN: 978-1-032-02590-2; 978-1-032-02591-9; eISBN: 978-1-003-18406-5
    Routledge Studies in Innovation, Organizations and Technology,
    DOI: 10.4324/9781003184065-10
  • Rosiński J. (2021) Beyond excellence in the automotive industry in industry 4.0? : lessons learned from the creative business sector. In: Voigt K-I, Müller J.M. [eds.] Digital business models in industrial ecosystems : lessons learned from industry 4.0 across Europe; Cham : Springer
    ISBN: 978-3-030-82002-2; 978-3-030-82005-3; eISBN: 978-3-030-82003-9
    Future of Business and Finance,
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-82003-9_14

Contact address:

Institute for Economics, Finances and Management,
Faculty of Management and Social Communication,
ul. prof. S. Łojasiewicza 4,
30-348 Kraków
Email: jerzy.rosinski@uj.edu.pl
Telefon: +48 12 664-56-32

Poland: The Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan

Professor Małgorzata Rosalska

  • Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Faculty of Educational Studies
  • Head of Department of Continuing Education and Career Counseling
  • Head of the career guidance specialisation in the field of pedagogy

Research foci:

  • Career education and guidance in schools
  • Academic advising
  • Adult education
  • Educational policy

Selected References:

  • Rosalska, M. (2023). Distinktive skills as a part of career project. In M. Marciniak (et.al) (Eds.): Learning in a world of cultural and social change. Interdisciplinary perspective. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM. DOI:10.14746/amup.9788323242284
  • Rosalska, M., Szymczak, S., Wierzbicki, J. (2022). Samoocena szkolnych doradców zawodowych w zakresie doradczych kompetencji metodycznych. In: Colloquium 14/2022, pp. 121-136. DOI:10.34813/37coll2022
  • Rosalska, M., Wierzbicki J. (2021). Proactivity of students – between diagnostic assumptions and methodical solutions. In: Adult Education Discourses 22/2012, pp. 217-227. DOI:10.34768/dma.vi22.613
  • Rosalska, M. (2021). Wybrane przesłanki projektowania ofert w zakresie szkolnego doradztwa zawodowego. In: Horyzonty Wychowania 56/2021, pp. 159-166. DOI:10.35765/hw.2106

Contact address:

Adam Mickiewicz University
Faculty of Educational Studies
Szamarzewskiego 89
60-568 Poznan
E-mail: rosalska@amu.edu.pl
T: +48 618292162

Dr. Anna Wawrzonek

  • Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Faculty of Educational Studies
  • Department of Continuing Education and Career Counseling

Research foci:

  • Career education and guidance in schools
  • Labour market policy
  • Guidance support in multi-generational teams
  • Adult education
  • Wellbeing

Selected References:

  • Wawrzonek, A. (2022). Wielopokoleniowy zespół pracowniczy jako przestrzeń uczenia się dorosłych. In: Rosalska Małgorzata Anna, Wawrzonek Anna Maria, Szłapińska Joanna (red.): Człowiek dorosły w zróżnicowanych kontekstach życia. Księga jubileuszowa profesor Ewy Solarczyk-Ambrozik, 2022, Poznań, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, 406 s., ISBN 978-83-232-4062-4. DOI:10.14746/amup.9788323240631
  • Wawrzonek, A. (2021). Potrzeba wsparcia poradniczego dla Młodzieży z grup szczególnego ryzyka. In: Horyzonty Wychowania, vol.20, nr 55, s. 85-94. DOI:10.35765/hw.2069
  • Wawrzonek, A. (2020). Edukacja, rynek pracy – przestrzenie wspólnych potrzeb i celów. In: Wychowanie w Rodzinie, vol.23, nr 2, s.259-274. DOI:10.34616/wwr.2020.2.259.274
  • Wawrzonek, A. (2019). The need for Counselling Support in Multigenerational Working Teams. In: Studia Poradoznawcze/Jurnal of Counsellogy 219, vol. 8 ISSN 2299-4971. DOI:10.34862/sp.2019.7

Contact address:

Adam Mickiewicz University
Faculty of Educational Studies
Szamarzewskiego 89
60-568 Poznan
E-mail: annaow@amu.edu.pl
T: +48 618292162

Spain: The University Sevilla

Dr. Soledad Romero-Rodríguez

  • Universidad of Seville, School of Education, Department of Research and Assessment Methods in Education.
  • Coordinator of the Network Research on Lifelong Guidance (Asociación Interuniversitaria de Investigación Pedagógica-AIDIPE; Inter-university Educational Research Association).
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Career Guidance and Psycho-pedagogy Association- Asociación Española de Orientación y Psicopedagogía-AEOP).

Research foci:

  • Development of Career competences (students and career practitioners) in formal (schools, VET, Higher Education) and non-formal Education (Second Chance Schools).
  • Sustainable Careers, Decent work.
  • Systems Theory, Critical Pedagogy (Social justice) and Career guidance.
  • Qualitative career assessment and intervention tools.

Selected Literature:

  • Romero-Rodríguez, S.; Mateos-Blanco, T.; Moreno-Morilla, C; Zammitti, A. (2024). Decent work in career development: A comparative analysis of Italian and Spanish university students’ perceptions. Educación XX1, 27(1), 131-157. https://doi.org/10.5944/educxx1.36969
  • Romero-Rodríguez, S., Moreno-Morilla, C. y Mateos-Blanco, T. (2022). “Laying bricks to build integrated career guidance plans”: Best practices in vocational education and training in Andalusia, Spain. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.1001836
  • Romero-Rodríguez, S.; Moreno-Morilla, C. y Mateos-Blanco, T (Eds.) (2023). Orientación para la construcción de la carrera y justicia social. Una experiencia de investigación-acción en las Escuelas de Segunda Oportunidad (E2O). Octaedro. ISBN: 978-84-19312-87-7
  • Romero-Rodríguez, S., Moreno-Morilla, C., Mateos-Blanco, T. (2022). Aportaciones de la investigación colaborativa para el co-diseño de planes estratégicos de orientación: El caso de la Formación Profesional Andaluza (FPA). Revista Complutense de Educación, 33(3), 485 – 499. https://doi.org/10.5209/rced.74518
  • Romero-Rodríguez, S., Moreno-Morilla, C. & García-Jiménez, E. (2022) Career development learning in childhood: a collaborative guidance approach in Spanish low-income contexts, British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, https://doi.org/10.1080/03069885.2021.1943738

Contact address:

School of Education (University of Seville)
Pirotecnia street s/n
41013 Sevilla
Email: sromero@us.es
Telefon: +34 955420633
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Dr. Celia Moreno-Morilla

  • Universidad of Seville, School of Education, Department of Didactics and Educational Organization.
  • Co-Coordinator of the Interuniversity Network of Novel Career Guidance Teachers (JovInRipo).
  • External evaluator in the processes of verifying and re-accrediting degrees leading to guidance practice (Madri+d and AQU Catalunya).

Research foci:

  • Career and digital education in schools, VET, and Second Chance Schools (low-income contexts).
  • Sustainability and decent work in career guidance.
  • Role of career professionals (competences for career guidance in the digital society).
  • Qualitative research: visual methods, collaborative ethnography, and research-creation to work with young people as co-researchers. 

Selected Literature:

  • Romero-Rodríguez, S.; Mateos-Blanco, T.; Moreno-Morilla, C; Zammitti, A. (2024). Decent work in career development: A comparative analysis of Italian and Spanish university students’ perceptions. Educación XX1, 27(1), 131-157. https://doi.org/10.5944/educxx1.36969
  • Romero-Rodríguez, S., Moreno-Morilla, C. y Mateos-Blanco, T. (2022). “Laying bricks to build integrated career guidance plans”: Best practices in vocational education and training in Andalusia, Spain. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.1001836
  • Romero-Rodríguez, S.; Moreno-Morilla, C. y Mateos-Blanco, T (Eds.) (2023). Orientación para la construcción de la carrera y justicia social. Una experiencia de investigación-acción en las Escuelas de Segunda Oportunidad (E2O). Octaedro. ISBN: 978-84-19312-87-7
  • Romero-Rodríguez, S., Moreno-Morilla, C., Mateos-Blanco, T. (2022). Aportaciones de la investigación colaborativa para el co-diseño de planes estratégicos de orientación: El caso de la Formación Profesional Andaluza (FPA). Revista Complutense de Educación, 33(3), 485 – 499. https://doi.org/10.5209/rced.74518
  • Romero-Rodríguez, S., Moreno-Morilla, C. & García-Jiménez, E. (2022) Career development learning in childhood: a collaborative guidance approach in Spanish low-income contexts, British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, https://doi.org/10.1080/03069885.2021.1943738

Contact address:

School of Education (University of Seville)
Pirotecnia street s/n
41013 Sevilla
Email: cmoreno8@us.es
Telefon: +34 955420778
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Switzerland: The University Basel

CAREER LEAD: Focus on the role of teachers in career choice and career planning for young people. Link to the project page on our home page

Professor Elena Makarova

Research foci:

  • serious gaming in career orientation
  • gender and youths` career orientation
  • gender sensitive career education

Selected References:

  • Keller, C., Döring, A. K., & Makarova, E. (2023). Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of Serious Gaming in the Field of Vocational Orientation. Education Sciences, 13(1), 16. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/educsci13010016
  • Keller, Ch., Makarova, E. & Döring, A. K. (2021). Förderung der Exploration im Berufswahlprozess mit Serious Games am Beispiel von like2be. In Weyland, U., Ziegler, B., Driesel-Lange, K., &| Kruse, A. (Hrsg.), Entwicklungen und Perspektiven in der Berufsorientierung: Stand und Herausforderungen (135-155). Bonn: Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung.
  • Makarova, E. & Herzog, W. (2020). Geschlechtersegregation bei der Berufs- und Studienwahl von Jugendlichen. In T. Brüggemann & S. Rahn (Hrsg.), Berufsorientierung – Ein Lehr- und Arbeitsbuch (2., überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage, p. 271-278). Münster: Waxmann.
  • Makarova, E. (Hrsg.) (2019). Gendersensible Berufsorientierung und Berufswahl: Beiträge aus Forschung und Praxis. Bern: hep.
  • Makarova, E. Lüthi, J. & Hofmann, M. (2017). Innovative Wege einer gendersensiblen Berufsorientierung: Das elektronische Lernspiel like2be. In T. Brüggemann, K. Driesel-Lange & C. Weyer (Hrsg.), Instrumente zur Berufsorientierung – Pädagogische Praxis im wissenschaftlichen Diskurs (p. 239-252). Münster: Waxmann.

Contact address:

Universität Basel
Institut für Bildungswissenschaften
Campus Muttenz, Hofackerstrasse 30
4132 Muttenz
Schweiz
Tel +41 61 207 53 01
E-Mail: elena.makarova@unibas.ch
http://bildungswissenschaften.unibas.ch

Jana Lindner, M.A.

  • University of Basel, Institute for Educational Sciences

Research foci:

  • gender equality in education
  • gender bias in STEM subjects
  • gender sensitive career education

Selected References:

  • Lindner, J., Makarova, E., Bernhard, D., & Brovelli, D. (2022). Toward Gender Equality in Education—Teachers’ Beliefs about Gender and Math. Education Sciences, 12(6), 373. MDPI AG.
  • Makarova, E., Lindner, J., & Wenger, N. (2021). Gendersensible Lehrmittel und Unterrichtsgestaltung: Eine Studie zur Perspektive von Physiklehrpersonen der Sekundarstufe II. In S. Burren & S. Larcher (Eds.), Geschlecht, Bildung, Profession – Genderfragen und Professionsentwicklung in pädagogischen Feldern (pp. 106-127). Barbara Budrich

Contact address:

Universität Basel
Institut für Bildungswissenschaften
Campus Muttenz, Hofackerstrasse 30
4132 Muttenz
Schweiz
Tel +41 61 207 53 09
E-Mail: jana.lindner@unibas.ch
http://bildungswissenschaften.unibas.ch

Switzerland: The University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland

Dr. Christof Nägele

  • University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, School of Education
  • Head of VETNET, the European Network on Research in Vocational Education and Training, www.vetnet.org
  • Co-Editor of the Trends in Vocational Education and Training, Proceedings of VETNET at the ECER and the Crossing Boundaries conference.

Research foci:

  • VET
  • vocational choice and career planning of adolescents
  • adjustment processes
  • social and group processes in VET, and transferable skills

Selected Literature:

  • Nägele, C., Stalder, B. E., & Hänni, N. (2023). Finding the Way Into VET – Career Education. Zenodo. https://zenodo.org/record/8209167
  • Stalder, B. E., Gaupp, P.-M., & Nägele, C. (2023). Teachers and their role in the career choice process. In C. Nägele, N. Kersh, & B. E. Stalder (Eds.), Trends in vocational education and training research, Vol. VI. Proceedings of the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET). VETNET. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8209176
  • Nägele, C., Stalder, B. E., Hoffelner, C., & Düggeli, A. (2022). Irritations in the career choice process and transformative learning. In C. Nägele, N. Kersh, & B. E. Stalder (Eds.), Trends in vocational education and training research, Vol. V. Proceedings of the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET) (S. 142–149). https://zenodo.org/record/6977532
  • Nägele, C., & Stalder, B. E. (2017). Competence and the need for transferable skills. In M. Mulder (Eds.), Competence-based vocational and professional education, technical and vocational education and training: Issues, concerns and prospects (S. 739–753). Springer International Publishing. 
  • Nägele, C., & Neuenschwander, M. P. (2016). Apprentice–trainer relationship and work group integration in the first months of an apprenticeship. Empirical Research in Vocational Education and Training, 8(1), 4. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40461-016-0030-3

Contact address:

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz
Pädagogische Hochschule­­­
Institut Sekundarstufe I und II
Hofackerstrasse 30
4132 Muttenz
Tel: +41 61 228 61 64
Zoom: https://fhnw.zoom.us/j/7598818785

Network Members

Germany

Prof. Dr. phil. habil. Philipp Struck

  • Professorship for Vocational Education and Training in the Healthcare Sector at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences Mainz
  • Holds a special professorship for “Career Development”

Research foci:

  • Teacher training
  • Career choice and VET research
  • Special education and social education within the field of VET

Selected Literatur:

  • Struck, P., Götzl, M, Naumann, H. & Bux, M. (2020). Berufliche Übergänge von Menschen mit Fluchthintergrund in gewerblich-technischen Berufen – eine Fallstudie. lernen & lehren, 138, 59-63.
  • Struck, P. (2020). Quo vadis Berufliche Orientierung? Eine (kritische) Betrachtung aktueller Themen sowie der gegenwärtigen Forschungslandschaft. berufsbildung, 74(182), 47-48.
  • Struck, P. (2020). How to support young adults individually in career choice? – The model of knowledge in the career choice process (KCCP). In C. Nägele, B. E. Stalder & N. Kersh (Eds.), Trends in vocational education and training research, Vol. III. Proceedings of the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Vocational Education and Training Network (VETNET) (pp. 285-291). doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4007690

Contact address:
Faculty of Healthcare and Nursing Catholic University of Applied Sciences Mainz
Saarstr. 3
D-55122 Mainz
Email: philipp.struck@kh-mz.de
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Date of the network contribution: 14.04.2024

Marie Tuchscherer

  • Karlsruhe University of Education, Department of Vocational Orientation
  • Institute for Economics and Didactics, Karlsruhe University of Education, academic assistant at the chair and in the InDiKo project (duration until 31.12.2023)

Research foci:

  • Professional orientation in a digital world
  • Promotion of digitalization-related skills of student teachers in vocational orientation
  • Development and evaluation of innovative digital teaching and learning concepts at the university
  • Quality analysis of digital vocational orientation programs

Selected Literatur:

  • Frentz, J., Tuchscherer, M., & Wiepcke, C. (2022). Gamified Sustainable Entrepreneurship Education – A digital Educational Escape Room for economy classes in German High Schools, In J. Krath, H. F. O. von Korflesch, B. Morschheuser, B. Kordyaka, E. Jakob, & W. Weiger (Hrsg.),Startplay 2022. Proceedings of the 1st Interdisciplinary Conference on Gamification & Entrepreneurship (S. 30-42). Universität Koblenz, Koblenz. Internet: https://lnkd.in/erV5VZJ8.
  • Wiepcke, C. & Tuchscherer, M. (2023). Kompetenzmodell einer digitalen Beruflichen Orientierung. In B. Knickrehm, T. Fletemeyer & B. J. Ertelt (Hrsg.), Berufliche Orientierung und Beratung. Aktuelle Herausforderungen und digitale Unterstützungsmöglichkeiten (S. 217-237). Springer.
  • Tuchscherer, M. & Daniel, M. (2023). Nachhaltige Kompetenzentwicklung mit einem interdisziplinären Methodenmix im Rahmen einer Ermöglichungsdidaktik. In J. Buchner, C. F. Freisleben-Teutscher, J. Hüther, I. Neiske, K. Morisse, R. Reimer & K. Tengler (Hrsg.), Inverted Classroom and beyond 2023: Agile Didaktik für nachhaltige Bildung (S. 216-233). BoD.
    Online verfügbar unter: https://lnkd.in/ek7aZG6S

Contact address:
Karlsruhe University of Education
Bismarckstr. 10
76133 Karlsruhe
Email: marie.tuchscherer@ph-karlsruhe.de
Telefon: 0049 721/9254634
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Date of the network contribution: 08.05.2024

Norway

Sonja Susnic

  • University lecturer

Research foci / Work descripiton:

  • Employed at Facuty of Theachers education and international studies/ Institute for Vocational Teacher Education
  • Main teacher in studies about career counseling and career learning for teachers and cross-sectoral
  • Research about transitions and career learning perspectiv.
  • Latest article aboth how ThiGro® can help students in the onboarding process to higher education. The article will be published at the end of May 2024
  • Developed:  “Model for problemsolving in trasition phases”  and  The cross-sectoral digital game-portal ThiGro®

Selected Literatur:

Contact address:
OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University Kunnskapsveien 55
2007 Kjeller
Email: sonjasus@oslomet.no
Mobil: +47 922 69 713
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Date of the network contribution: 14.04.2024