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Bichler Sarah

Sarah Bichler, M.Sc.Learning Sciences

Learning Sciences PhD Candidate
International Doctoral School "Scientific Reasoning and Argumentation"

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Leopoldstr. 44
80802 München

Room: 609
Phone: +49-(0)89-2180-72561

Further Information

I graduated from LMU Munich in Educational Sciences with a special focus on early childhood education, research methods, and instructor-learner interaction. Also at LMU Munich, I obtained my Master’s degree in Psychology: Learning Sciences with special focus on instructional approaches to promote self-regulated learning, the role of the instructor, and emotions and learning. I gained practical experience in designing learning environments and teaching in higher education as teaching assistant. In addition, I worked in several research assistant positions at LMU Munich. During my time as visiting student researcher with Prof. Marcia Linn at UC Berkeley I worked with her research team in the WISE (web-based inquiry science environment) project.

Conference Presentations

  • Bichler, S., Bühner, M., Greiff, S., & Fischer, F. (2018, March). Executive functions as moderators of the worked example effect on statistical reasoning – A replication study. Poster presented at INHERE 2018: Learning through inquiry in higher education - current research and future challenges, Munich, Germany.
  • Bichler, S., Neuhaus, B., Linn, M., & Fischer, F. (2018, March). Explanations as Learning Mechanism in Learning to Apply Knowledge in Reasoning and Argumentation – A Process Analysis. Poster presented at REASON 2nd Interdisciplinary Spring School: Advances in measuring scientific reasoning and argumentation, Munich, Germany.
  • Bichler, S., & Fischer, F. (2018, August). Learning with Worked Examples: Why Cognitive Prerequisites Matter. Poster presented at Earli SIG 6/7 Meeting: Instructional Design and Technology for 21st Century Learning: Challenges, Solutions, and Future Directions, Bonn, Germany.
  • Bichler, S., Bühner, M, Greiff, S., & Fischer, F. (2018, September). Learning to Apply Statistics Knowledge: A Replication Study on the Role of Cognitive Functions. In C. Osterhaus (Chair), Reasoning with and about evidence: Contributions from developmental and educational psychology. Symposium conducted at the German Psychological Society (DGPs) Congress, Frankfurt, Germany.
  • Bichler, S. (2017, April). Facilitating scientific reasoning in statistics: Do effects of worked examples depend on executive functions?. Poster presented at the Munich Center of the Learning Sciences (MCLS) General Assembly and Symposium “Interdisciplinary research on learning and instruction”, München, Germany.