Unconditional Teaching start

Katharina Pietsch

Created by Katharina Pietsch on 17 Oct 2019

In meinen hochschuldidakischen Workshops zu lösungsfokussierten, ressourcenorientierten, kollaborativen und schreibintensiven Lehrformaten gebe ich die Haltung und das Handeln weiter, die ich in meiner Lehrpraxis und im Projekt Unconditional Teaching entwickelt und in meiner Ausbildung zur lösungsfokussierten Coach weiter fundiert habe.

Als Lehrende habe ich im Fach British and American Studies an der Universität Bielefeld Seminarformate entwickelt, die Studierenden die Möglichkeit geben, ihre Arbeit als Beitrag zum wissenschaftlichen Diskurs zu erleben. Ich war außerdem eine der Organisator*innen der ersten fächerübergreifenden Studierendenkonferenz der Universität Bielefeld, die im Rahmen des 50-jährigen Jubiläums der Universität am 14. November 2019 stattfand.

Außerdem promoviere ich im Department für British and American Studies an der Universität Bielefeld zu literarischen Kindheitskonstruktionen, und ich bin Mitautorin von Writing in English Studies: A Guide for Students in English Linguistics and Literature.


In my workshops on solution-focused, resource-oriented, writing-intensive and collaborative teaching formats, I pass on the mindset and the practices that I have developed in my teaching and in the Unconditional Teaching project, and which I have further substantiated by training as a Solution Focused coach.

As a lecturer in British and American Studies at Bielefeld University I developed seminar formats that give students the opportunity to experience their work as a contribution to academic discourse. I was also one of the organizers of Bielefeld University’s first cross-disciplinary student conference, which took place as part of the university’s 50th anniversary on November 14, 2019.

I am also doing a PhD on literary constructions of childhood in the Department of British and American Studies at Bielefeld University, and I am co-author of Writing in English Studies: A Guide for Students in English Linguistics and Literature.

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