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Dipl.-Rehapsych. (FH) Dr. Tina Eckstein-Madry

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Lectures 2022/23

Social Work

Psychological principles of early childhood develo…
Social Management in Early Education and Care more

Psychological principles of early childhood development and education SE

Lector: Dipl.-Rehapsych.in (FH) Dr.in Tina Eckstein-Madry

1 SWS   2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Developmental psychological theories of early childhood are taken into consideration to discuss their relevance for the everyday work for the child development and education. Relevant theories about the development of young children are considered differently and the theoretical knowledge gained is critically reflected in the everyday practice of childcare centers.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
presentations, written thesis

Teaching methods

Discussions, moderated and recorded group work, students' plenum presentations, impulse lectures of the lecturer, e-learning phases, text study, video examples and analyzes.

Language

German

Qualitative and quantitative methods of data analy…
Social Management in Early Education and Care more

Qualitative and quantitative methods of data analysis ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Rehapsych.in (FH) Dr.in Tina Eckstein-Madry, Mag.a Dr.in Maria Fürstaller

2 SWS   4 ECTS

Lecture contents

The content of the course focuses in particular on the following areas:
- Overview of various qualitative and quantitative tools to analyse empirical research
- Conveying the baseline / logic (methodology) of qualitative and quantitative methods; Quality criteria of empirical research (qualitative and quantitative methods);
- Analyses of collected data using quantitative and qualitative methods as well as interpretation of the result
- Publication of research results (Results report and discussion)
- Reflection of the analyses in connection with practical problems

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Part 1:qualitative methods:
Interview evaluation (individual work and group work): 3.0 P.
Peer-Review: 2,0 P.
Written presentation: method and results 2,5 P.

Part 2 quantitative methods:
MC test: 2.0 P.
Interpretation of correlations (individual work): 1.5 P.
Interpretation of t-test (individual work): 1.5 P.
Written presentation: method and results: 2,5 P

Part 3Common part:
Results report / discussion: 5 P.
Total Points: 20 P.

Teaching methods

presentations; Evaluation in small groups and individually; discussion, reflection of the evaluation process,study of literature

Language

German

Bachelor thesis seminar 2 SE
Social Management in Early Education and Care more

Bachelor thesis seminar 2 SE

Lector: Dipl.-Rehapsych.in (FH) Dr.in Tina Eckstein-Madry, Mag.a Dr.in Maria Fürstaller, Melanie Lechner, B.A., Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Schaffar

1 SWS   6 ECTS

Lecture contents

Presenting the state of research, identifying and presenting a research gap, formulating a research question and developing a research design for the empirical investigation of a research object relevant to elementary education, preparing an exposé, carrying out the empirical study and writing the bachelor thesis II.

Assessment methods

Final exam
Presentation of the thesis: 1 point, BA thesis: 9 points Total: 10 points

Teaching methods

sections of the BA thesis are continuously discussed, reflected on and discussed, research work, text study

Language

German

Quantitative research methods VO
Children and Family-Centered Social Work more

Quantitative research methods VO

Lector: Dipl.-Rehapsych.in (FH) Dr.in Tina Eckstein-Madry

1 SWS   2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Students are taught basic knowledge of common quantitative survey methods, in particular standardised written surveys (questionnaires). They learn to distinguish between good and bad questionnaires (quality criteria) and to plan and conduct their own quantitative surveys. Furthermore, descriptive statistical methods for the presentation and processing of data, such as measures of location and dispersion, contingency tables are worked on. Subsequently, students are taught the elementary methods of inferential statistics, such as correlation and significance tests, and their correct interpretation.

Assessment methods

Final exam
final exam
distance learning assignments

Teaching methods

Lecture and group work
Research-based learning
Evaluation of case studies in SPSS

Language

German

Practice based research SE
Children and Family-Centered Social Work more

Practice based research SE

Lector: Mag.a Irina Posteiner-Schuller, MA

1 SWS   2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Students should use practical examples to deepen the knowledge they have already acquired in the lecture and to extend their knowledge of inferential statistical evaluation methods and questionnaire analysis.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
project work
cooperation

Teaching methods

Impulse lecture
Research-based learning
A project paper on a self-selected research topic (research problem, survey method, data collection, data evaluation, discussion)
A suitable research design is developed in small groups, on the basis of a selected research question and the collected data is evaluated, interpreted and discussed. In the large group, the research designs and the evaluations are discussed and reflected upon.

Language

German

Compilation of master thesis 1 SE
Children and Family-Centered Social Work more

Compilation of master thesis 1 SE

Lector: Dipl.-Rehapsych.in (FH) Dr.in Tina Eckstein-Madry, Mag.a (FH) Andrea Kropik, MSc

1 SWS   10 ECTS

Lecture contents

The focus of this course is the concrete support in the preparation of the master thesis, starting with the submission up to the concrete implementation of the empirical surveys.
Students continue to work on their individual master's thesis in peer groups and receive relevant and process-oriented support to advance the progress of the thesis. Topics such as creating internal logic and argumentation stringency and overcoming writer's block are considered.
In addition to the exchange and discussion in peer groups, graduate students are expected to give a presentation on the current status of their master's thesis during the semester; depending on the wishes of the group, topics can also be focused on. The different stages of development of the work will be taken into account.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
participation

Teaching methods

Discussions, coaching

Language

German

Publications

The publications of Tina Eckstein-Madry written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.