New Perspectives in Science Education

Edition 13

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Nina Schmulius

Institution: OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Country: Germany

Nina Schmulius is currently working as a research associate at OWL Technical University of Applied Sciences and Arts and Technical University Berlin. She also is a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons in Switzerland and is founding her own business at the intersection of reverse logistics, circular economy and gamification. Nina graduated in German philology and educational science from the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen, Germany in 2013. Since then, for the last 10 years, she has constantly been working in the field of education in various professions and from various perspectives.

She already started her journey into didactics in higher education during her studies: From 2004 to 2009 she worked as research assistant at Faculty of Medicine at Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen, Germany. After graduating from university she started working in the arts and corporate communications. Later she started teaching corporate communication at various universities and universities of applied sciences in Germany, such as International School of Management. Since 2015 she holds a constant position as lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons and the Bern University of the Arts. Her subject is creative writing and storytelling in the department of Multimedia Production.

In 2021 she started fostering her knowledge about human rights and circular economy and developed a business model how to tackle the growing amount of electronic waste while using gamification. While doing all the steps a founder of a start-ups does, she gathered a lot of information about how we teach economics. Coming with a strong expertise in higher education she decided to write her PhD about this topic. As the model of her start-up is based on gamification, she was offered to participate in the project Di²Design at OWL Technical University of Applied Sciences and Arts. From there she is about to discover the approach of transdisciplinary didactics and is also supporting the editors team of the international “Handbook of Transdisciplinary Didactics”, which will be published next year.

Some of her recent publications include:
(2022, in prep.). Schmulius, N. & Schmohl, T. Von der Putzfrau zur Selfmade-Woman: Brauchen die Wirtschaftswissenschaften und Wirtschaftspädagogik eine narrative Epistemologie? bwp@ Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik online,
(2015), Wohin denn bloß? Über Alexander Sokurovs Faust-Verfilmung. die horen, Wallstein-Verlag, 60.Jahrgang, Ausgabe 258,
(2006), Schrauth, M. & Schmulius, N. & Zipfel, S. & Haarmeier, T. Praktische Prüfungen in der Neurologie: Das Tübinger Modell. Der Nervenarzt 77, 12
(2006), Schrauth, M. & Becker, S. & Schmulius, N. & Schmid, E. & Kiefer, E. & Zipfel, S. & Martens, U. Schwierige Gesprächssituationen trainieren. Einsatz von Simulationspatienten in der Fort- und Weiterbildung. Pflegezeitschrift, Band 11
(2005), Schrauth M. & Schmulius, N. & Becker, S. & Schmid, E. & Zipfel, S. & Martens, U. Psychosomatische Pflege: Simulationspatienten zur Fortbildung des Pflegeteams. GMS, Zeitschrift für Medizinische Ausbildung, Band 22 (4)
(2001), Bibliographia Humboldtiana. Martin Heidegger liegt vorn. Humboldt Kosmos. Mitteilungen der Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, Heft 79

Areas of expertise: german literature, higher education, storytelling, creative writing, sustainability, circular economy, blockchain

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