Teaching


I have been involved in teaching at different academic levels - spanning undergraduate to post-graduate courses. Currently, I am mainly involved in teaching related to the M.Sc. program "Health Promotion through Sport" at the Institute of Sports Science, Leibniz University Hannover.  


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Current teaching

Scientific Skills and Research Techniques 

Compulsory module (M9), M.Sc. Health Promotion through Sport 

  • Seminar: Current developments in health science (Winter term 2020/21)

Sports, Education and Cognition

Compulsory module (M5), M.Sc. Health Promotion through Sport

  • Seminar: Physical activity and cognitive fitness  (Summer term 2020, 2021)
  • Seminar: Embodied cognition in prevention and therapy  (Summer term 2020)

Qualitative und quantitative Research Methods 

Compulsory module (M4), M.Sc. Health Promotion through Sport 

  • Project seminar:  10.000 steps per day - physical activity recommendations for health promotion (Winter term 2020/21)

Movement scientific Aspects of Health Promotion 

Compulsory module (M2), M.Sc. Health Promotion through Sport 

  • Lecture: Sports, health and cognition (Winter term 2020/21)

Track and Field

Practical course, Bachelor study

  • Introductory course (Summer term 2021)

Previous teaching

Module responsibility

"Physical Activity - Health Science Research"

Elective module: M.Sc. Health Science, Technical University of Munich
2017 - 2020

  • Part I - Winter term

"Physical activity, physical fitness and sensorimotor-cognitive development over the lifespan in health science research"

Lecture, Literature seminar, Practical course


  • Part II - Summer term

"Modern technological solutions for research into physical activity and sensorimotor functional integrity"

Lecture, Literature seminar    

Lectures

“Human Motor Control Course”   

Lecture series for Master and PhD-students at the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences, Ludwig- Maximilians University, Munich
Winter term 2013 & 2014

Seminars & Practicals

“Diagnostics in Human Movement Science”  

Seminar: M.Sc. Diagnostics and Training, Technical University of Munich

Winter term 2014/2015


 “Aspects of Human Movement Science in Diagnostics and Training” 

Practical Course: M.Sc. Diagnostics and Training, Technical University of Munich
Winter term 2014/2015

 

“Applied Biomechanics” 

Practical Course: B.Sc. Scientific Basics of Sport, Technical University of Munich
Summer term 2014

Student group supervision

“Movement Science Specialization”  

M.Sc. Diagnostics and Training, Technical University of Munich

Winter term 2017/2018 & 2018/2019


 “Application of Research Methods in Human Movement Science” 

M.Sc. Diagnostics and Training, Technical University of Munich
Summer term 2018

Course conception

Workshop 

“Human Modelling”  

Master and PhD-students at the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences, Ludwig- Maximilians University, Munich 

Spring 2011 & 2012


This 1-week course was designed to introduce different approaches for modelling complex motor and cognitive human behaviour, incl. Dynamic Systems Theory, Data Mining, and Bayes Theory. It was organized as a combination of expert-led theoretical introductions into the different approaches followed by hands-on practical sessions. The course was wrapped up by an excursion to an animation studio to provide an insight into the implementation of movement simulation in practice.

Student supervision

Bachelor theses

Manuel Memmert, Summer term 2019, B.Sc. Sports Science
Michaela Stadler, Summer term 2019, B.Sc. Sports Science
Quyn-Mai Tran, Summer term 2019, B.Sc. Sports Science
Sigita Vaisnora, Summer term 2019, B.Sc. Sports Science

Julia Brandl, Summer term 2018, B.Sc. Sports Science
Sophie Freudenstein, Summer term 2018, B.Sc. Sports Science
Daniel Hager, Summer term 2018, B.Sc. Sports Science
Katharina Herkt, Summer term 2018, B.Sc. Sports Science
Lukas Zöllner, Summer term 2018, B.Sc. Sports Science


Bastian Gruschwitz, Summer term 2014 , B.Sc. Sports Science 

Master theses

Theresia Lechner, Winter term 2019/2020, M.Sc. Health Science

Master research projects

Lina Willacker, Spring 2014, M.Sc. Neurocognitive Psychology

Bence Borbély, Spring 2010, M.Sc. Sports Science