Profile: Ulrike Ruelicke

Ulrike Rulicke is a mainstream school and special teacher who has focused on children with hearing loss throughout her career spanning more than three decades. She received her first qualifications from the Pedagogical Academy in Graz, where she received her degree as secondary school teacher in German, Physical Education and Religion. She further expanded her … Read moreProfile: Ulrike Ruelicke

Profile: Isabel Monteiro

Isabel obtained her  Certification of Clinical Competence in SLP (CCC) from the University of Aveiro. She then passed the  International Certification “Professional Training in Auditory Verbal Therapy” by WE Listen International, Inc., coordinated by Professor Warren Eastbrooks. Mrs. Monteiro has a Lectureship (as Adjunct Professor) at the Health School of the University of Aveiro. She … Read moreProfile: Isabel Monteiro

Profile: Andreas Vonier

1996 – 2001 education as deaf teacher, Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich 2001 – 2004 participation in research project investigating the situation of CI-implanted children of deaf parents at the LMU 2001 – 2004 work as speech therapist for children with hearing and speech impairment, Bavarian professional union of people with hearing and speech impairment 2004 … Read moreProfile: Andreas Vonier

Profile: Claudia Bielefeld

Claudia Bielefeld was educated at the University of Cologne in hearing-impaired and special pedagogy. She graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor’s paper on ‘Phonological Awareness in Hearing-Impaired Children in Special Schools’. Between the commencement of her study in 2003 and 2015, when she completed the intensive course on sign language at the Stegen Education and … Read moreProfile: Claudia Bielefeld

Profile: Cornelia Tsirigotis

Cornelia Tsirigotis is a speech and language pathologist, systemic family therapist, pediatric and adolescent psychotherapist and professional supervisor. From 1985 to 2010 she amassed her work experience at a competence center with a therapeutic emphasis on hearing and communication in Aachen. Particular focus was placed onto early intervention (since 1992) and the coordination of pediatric … Read moreProfile: Cornelia Tsirigotis

Profile: Christiane Bischoff

Christiane Bischoff is a PORA expert who will speak on ‘Activities and Outcomes in Children with Cochlear Implants in Comparison with Hearing Peers’ during the November 29th PORA! webinar, and on December 13th in the forum discussion. Dr. Christiane Bischoff is a speech language pathologist specializing in hearing-impaired pedagogy. In 1999 she graduated from Heidelberg … Read moreProfile: Christiane Bischoff

Profile: Dr. Sascha Bischoff

b. 26.05.1971

1993-1999 – education in Deaf Pedagogics and Early Pedagogics at the Universities of Karlsruhe and Heidelberg

1999-2002 – assistant for research and science; teacher at the Warmia-Mazury University in Olzstyn (Poland)

2003 – work in science and research at WMU within the DAAD academic exchange program and as award winner of the Foundation of the Federal Land of Baden-Wuertemberg

2005 – attained the degree of Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences (cum laude, awarded by Prof. Dr. Horsch/Prof. Dr. Laszig).

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