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Kiel, E. and Weiss, S. (2019): RISK CHECK FOR TEACHER STUDENTS AN ONLINE TOOL FOR ATTRACTING THE BEST FUTURE TEACHERS. In: 12Th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (Iceri 2019): p. 2075

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The presented online tool was part of a project under the lead of the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich. Important partners were the Schoen clinic, an institution specialized in teacher burnout. As part of the common Project "Education Offensive for Increasing the Quality of Future Teachers' Training" it was realised between the years 2015 and 2018. The project's goal was to identify criteria and conditions for successful teaching. As part of the project's second objective, those criteria were embedded into a self-developed empirically based online-tool for (future) teachers. With this tool, interested students have the opportunity to reflect their own career-choice motivation, their expectations as well as personal characteristics and align those with the demands of the teaching profession. Through working on the respective exercises, videos, examples and case studies offered as part of this tool as well, they further have the possibility to not only gain insight into the profession, but can also further shape required characteristics. The following leading questions guide the presentation at the conference: 1. How does the occupational profile of a teacher look like according a person environment fit model? 2. What are the characteristics of a good teacher according to theoretical statements and empirical research? 3. How has the online tool been developed? 4. How does the online tool work? The chair of teacher training and lesson research at the LMU is looking for partners in order to compare the basic dimensions of of the tool cross culturally.

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