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Prof. Dr. Claudia Harsch

Prof. Dr. Claudia Harsch

Academic and Managing Director of the SZHB

Professor of Research into Language Learning and Teaching | Faculty 10

University of Bremen
GW 2, Room A 3.190

Tel. 0421 218-61967
Fax 0421 218-98-61967
Email: harsch(at)uni-bremen.de

The information on my current research work is available only in German at the moment.

Please refer to the German page for further details.

 

Overview of third-party funding:

Date

Funding body

Project / Title

Project holder(s)

Amount

2014

British Council Scotland

Travel Grant: Funded research visit to Dr Matt Poehner, Pennsylvania State University, College of Education, USA

Claudia Harsch

£3,250

2013-2015

ETS TOEFL Committee of Examiners

“Investigating the Predictive Validity of TOEFL iBT® Scores and Enhancing International Students’ Experience”

Principle Investigator: Claudia Harsch
Co-Investigators at Warwick: 
E. Ushioda, C. Ladroue

US$78,129

2013-2015

European Commission, Lifelong Learning Programme

“video for ALL. Digital video as tool for language learning”

PI: Paolo Cremolo, Mosaic Art And Sound Ltd, in cooperation with seven European partners
Co-Is at Warwick: Steve Mann, Claudia Harsch

£119,898

 

Applied 2013

Leverhulme Fellowship

“Intercultural Competencies for the Global Workplace – conceptualisation and assessment”

Claudia Harsch

Applied for £17,536
not awarded

2012-ongoing

n/a

“Conceptualising Intercultural Competences and Assessing Graduates' Preparedness for the Global Workplace”

Claudia Harsch
Partly in cooperation with Matt Poehner, Penn State Uni, USA

Internally funded

2012-2015

ESRC, Warwick Collaborative Postgraduate Research Studentship, in collaboration with Pearson Language Testing

Funding of a PhD studentship

“Investigating the predictive Validity of the Pearson PTE Academic”

Claudia Harsch (supervisor)

Total £9,000
£3,000 / annum

2009-2014

Deutsche Forschungsgesellschaft, Reg. No. HA 5050/2-3

“Modellierung von Kompetenzen mit mehrdimensionalen Item-Response-Theory Modellen (IRT): Erforschung von schwierigkeits­bestimmenden Merkmalen von Sprachtests.” Projekt im Schwer­punktprogramm " Kompetenz­modelle zur Erfassung individu­eller Lernergebnisse und zur Bilanzierung von Bildungspro­zessen " (SPP 1293).

PI: Prof Johannes Hartig, DIPF, Frankfurt/Main
Co-I: Claudia Harsch

Phase 2
€110,080

Phase 1
€100,000

 

 

 

 

 

Please refer to the corresponding German page for details of my C.V.

An overview of my publications and talks is available at  http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/lehrpersonal/harsch.aspx

 

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