Studies & Teaching Listen In particular, the education in the Department of Industrial-Organizational Psychology pursues three objectives: First of all, the students should understand the role of human beings within the economic activity and be able to influence the latter. Thus, an unsatisfactory performance may be a sign of low motivation or insufficient qualification or any significant organizational problems at work lead to performance reductions and to psychological stresses in the long run. The target of the degree course in industrial
regularly work at the Phänomenta during their studies and provide assistance to visitors at the different experiment stations. It provides them with a job opportunity related directly to their future careers.
The individual working areas cover the respective research focuses in detail. Research focuses on areas including issues of professionalisation, education and socialisation. Here the focus is on comparative
Ombudsman Prof. Dr. Anne Reichold Prof. Dr. Birgit Däwes ombudsstelle -PleaseRemoveIncludingDashes- @ uni-flensburg.de Good Scientific Practice Listen In Germany, the freedom of science, research and studies is guaranteed by the German constitution. These freedoms are therefore bound to the fundamental values of the University’s constitution. Good scientific practice adheres to the principles of working lege artis, documenting results, contesting all results
, WiFi is available throughout the campus and students are granted access to it when they first register at the university. Teaching material and work stations can be found in the Central Library
Head of department Prof. Dr. Jürgen Budde The Department of School Education team Listen The Department of School Education is composed of the three areas of work "Theory of Education, Teaching and Learning," "School Education" and "Primary School Education" together. The department works closely with the Center for teacher education. Team Organisational chart Address and directions