Sabrina Sattler / Associate member

Sabrina Sattler / Associate member
Adresse postale Université du Luxembourg
2, Avenue de l'Université
L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette

Sabrina Sattler is a doctoral researcher at the Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing (LUCET) working on the topic “Curriculumentwicklung in mehrsprachigen Gesellschaften am Beispiel von Luxemburg” (Curriculum Development in Multilingual Societies: the example of Luxembourg). This study takes the development of curricula for the three official languages of Luxembourg (French, German, Luxembourgish) and examines the way in which specific ideas of a national linguistic identity have evolved in the course of history, and the extent to which they act as the basis for debates on language policy.

Languages: German, English, French

Research Interests:

  • History of Education
  • Curriculum Theory
  • Curriculum Development
  • Curriculum Reform
  • Language Policies (in Education)
  • Cultural Construction of Language Teaching

Memberships:

  • IAACS (International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies)
  • LuxERA (Luxembourg Educational Research Association)

Last updated on: jeudi 03 octobre 2019

Fall 2019

  • Honorary Fellow / Visiting scholar at the UW-Madison, School of Education, Department of Curriculum & Instruction (Advisor: Prof. Dr. Thomas Popkewitz)

Since 2017

  • Doctoral Candidate under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Georg Mein (directeur de thèse), Dr. Thomas Lenz and Prof. Dr. Till Dembeck (Members of the Dissertation Supervisory Committee)
  • Doctoral Researcher in Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing (LUCET)
  • Associate Member of the Institute of German Language, Literature and for Intercultural studies, Department of Humanities

2016

  • Freelancer at University of Luxembourg/FLSHASE Dean’s office (main task: preparation of the Master en Enseignement Secondaire)

2013-2015

  • University of Luxembourg Student Assistant in the InES Research Unit (Education & Society). Research Project: “REFRAIN – The Renewal of the Family. Formative Representations in Portraits and Genre Paintings from the 16th-19th Century”

2012-2015

  • University of Luxembourg/University of Lorraine/Saarland University (M.A.): Trinational Master in Literary, Cultural and Language History of German-Speaking Regions
  • Focus: Literature and Culture from the 19th-21st Century

2009-2012

  • University of Trier: Dual Bachelor (B.A.) in German Studies and English Language and Literature



Last updated on: 28 fév 2020