Language and Education System
Nadine Mayer holds a bachelor’s degree in Translation (Spanish, English) and a master’s degree in German as a Foreign Language. She worked as a German Language teacher in serveral institutions, such as universities, refugee hostels for minors, and studienkollegs. Since August 2019, she has been part of the Mercator Institute as a research associate in the Language and Education System Department and as a team member of What works? (Wissen! Was wirkt?) where she coordinates the transfer format Basic knowledge of language education (Basiswissen sprachliche Bildung). Since 2020, she has also been working on the project KANSAS in the Language and Learning Department.
Online Course in the Master’s degree study programme for teaching (University of Cologne)
- Sprachsensibler Unterricht mit DaZ-Methoden
2018 - 2019:
Further Education Training German as foreign/second language Blended learning seminars (University of Applied Sciences of SMEs)
- Methodology and Didactics
- Practice and Transfer