Timo Lüke

Timo Lüke
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz | KFU Graz · Institute for Educational Research and Teacher Education

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Additional affiliations
November 2020 - present
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Position
  • Professor
August 2018 - November 2020
Technische Universität Dortmund
Position
  • PostDoc Position
June 2018 - August 2018
University of Pittsburgh
Position
  • Visiting Scholar
Education
April 2015 - August 2018
Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Field of study
  • Educational Science
October 2011 - November 2013
Technische Universität Dortmund
Field of study
  • Special Education
October 2008 - September 2011
Technische Universität Dortmund
Field of study
  • Rehabilitation Sciences

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Publications (63)
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Attitudes Towards an Inclusive School System
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Mit der wachsenden Zahl empirischer Artikel über schulische Inklusion nehmen auch die Probleme zu, die der Ungenauigkeit des Inklusionsbegriffs geschuldet sind. So diskutieren im Inklusionsdiskurs zahlreiche Forscher*innen aus unterschiedlichen Disziplinen eher aneinander vorbei als miteinander, die vielfältigen Artikel lassen sich nur schwer aufei...
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Analysis of data from single-case intervention studies commonly involves visual analysis. Previous research indicates that visual analysis may suffer from low reliability and unpromising error rates. We investigated the reliability and validity of visual analysis and explored to what extent data trends affect judgments. We administered a within-sub...
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In intervention research, single-case experimental designs are an important way to gain insights into the causes of individual changes that yield high internal validity. They are commonly applied to examine the effectiveness of classroom-based interventions to reduce problem behavior in schools. At the same time, there is no consensus on good desig...
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In the context of the credibility or replication crisis, researchers are currently confronted with demands for more transparency in their work and sometimes even accusations of a lack of due diligence. Principles that researchers are likely to understand as part of their professional ethos do not always seem to have the highest priority in everyday...
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Die Entwicklung und Validierung eines Instruments zur zuverlässigen Messung der Einstellungen von Lehrkräften zu Lernenden mit externalisierenden Verhaltensproblemen.
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In recent years, the scientific community has called for improvements in the credibility, robustness, and reproducibility of research, characterized by higher standards of scientific evidence, increased interest in open practices, and promotion of transparency. While progress has been positive, there is a lack of consideration about how this approa...
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Editorial zum Themenschwerpunkt Geistige Behinderung in der Zeitschrift Empirische Sonderpädagogik
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How can we maximize what is learned from a replication study? In the creative destruction approach to replication, the original hypothesis is compared not only to the null hypothesis, but also to predictions derived from multiple alternative theoretical accounts of the phenomenon. To this end, new populations and measures are included in the design...
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How can we maximize what is learned from a replication study? In the creative destruction approach to replication, the original hypothesis is compared not only to the null hypothesis, but also to predictions derived from multiple alternative theoretical accounts of the phenomenon. To this end, new populations and measures are included in the design...
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How can we maximize what is learned from a replication study? In the creative destruction approach to replication, the original hypothesis is compared not only to the null hypothesis, but also to predictions derived from multiple alternative theoretical accounts of the phenomenon. To this end, new populations and measures are included in the design...
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The global pandemic caused by COVID-19 has interrupted many routines and practices, including the education of young people. Many students are currently receiving some or all of their education online. Ensuring that online learning can be accessed by students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) can be a challenge. This guidance was written for tea...
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Audio stories offer a unique blend of narrative entertainment with language learning opportunities as a user’s enjoyment is dependent on their processing of the linguistic content. A total of 138 third- and fourth-graders from low socioeconomic status and migrant families recruited from a metropolitan area in Germany participated in a randomized pr...
Presentation
Experimental study using the Randomized Response Technique to examine how attitudes towards inclusive education are prone to social desirability
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Interventions to support children with mathematical learning difficulties typically address deficits in domain-specific knowledge. However, not all students benefit from these instructional programs. In this case, some authors suggest an even more intensive instructional program combined with other factors assumed to be relevant for learning. Previ...
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Mit der Entwicklung des inklusiven Schulsystems ist das Interesse an den Einstellungen verschiedener Personengruppen gegenüber diesem deutlich gewachsen. Die Messung dieses Konstrukts erfordert reliable und valide Instrumente. Bislang liegen jedoch nur wenige Instrumente vor, die inklusionstheoretisch fundiert sind und den klassischen Testgütekrite...
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We are happy to invite all junior researchers of EARLI to present their research at the 23rd pre-conference of the Junior Resarchers of EARLI. We would like to encourage you to submit your research to the JURE conference.
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Recent research on attitudes towards inclusion uses almost exclusively explicit measures such as questionnaires. Unfortunately, explicit attitude measures are biased by social desirability, particularly when the attitude object is ‘sensible’, as with inclusive education. Implicit attitude measures are less prone to social desirability, but research...
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Construction and validation of an attitude scale measuring attitudes towards inclusive education in the population (PREIS) Research on attitudes towards inclusive education is highly topical. However, it must be noted that many measures of these attitudes have weaknesses, e.g.: lack of theoretical foundations, misleading item wording, contextual o...
Data
A simple database of instruments measuring attitudes towards Inclusion in German and English.
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Zur Erfassung von Einstellungen zur Inklusion habe ich ein semantisches Differential konstruiert. Der Itempool (Item entspricht einem Adjektivpaar) besteht aus teilweise neu konstruierten oder bewährten Items (Hofstätter, 1970; BdW, 1977). In einer Pilotstudie wurden 68 Adjektivpaare Studierenden verschiedener Lehrämter vorgelegt. Nachdem ungeeigne...
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Recently, research has focused on attitudes towards inclusive education, and the majority of studies use questionnaires to measure this vital variable. In two consecutive experiments, we showed that attitudes towards inclusive education are not stable but heavily influenced by social context. We manipulated information on the organisation conductin...
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Code for a Single Target-Implicit Association Test (ST-IAT) on attitudes towards inclusive education using OpenSesame. Instructions and stimuli are in German language, but can easily be adapted. Please contact me, if you encounter any problem.
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The TROG-D (a German [D] adaption of the Test for Reception of Grammar [TROG]; Bishop, 1989) is an accepted measure for the reception of grammar in German. However, it has to be conducted in an individual setting and requires about 30 minutes. We adapted a group test based on the TROG-D, which allows for the measurement of grammatical competencies...
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Lüke, T., & Grosche, M. (2016, November). Weg vom Wording der Zwei-Gruppen-Theorie bei der Einstellungsmessung: EZIS – Einstellungen zum inklusiven Schulsystem. Posterpräsentation auf der Herbsttagung der Arbeitsgruppe empirische sonderpädagogische Forschung (AESF), Dortmund. doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.4223760
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Until now „Emprische Sonderpädagogik“ (ESP) is not indexed by commercial citation databases. Therefore, we conducted citation analyses based on data from GoogleScholar to evaluate its scientific relevance. This allows us to compare ESP to other scientific journals publishing papers on special education research and reveals development potentialitie...
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Over the last two years reearchers of the TU University Dortmund, Department of Language and Communication, have been conducting a number of empirical studies on bilingualism in childhood and adolescence. Special emphasis was placed on bilingualism in the context of speech and language pathology. The overview presented summarizes main research ques...
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An der TU Dortmund, Fachgebiet Sprache und Kommunikation, wurden in den letzten zwei Jahren eine Reihe von empirischen Studien zum Thema Mehrsprachigkeit in Kindheit und Jugend durchgeführt. Mit dem vorliegenden Beitrag geben wir einen Überblick über die wichtigsten Fragestellungen und Ergebnisse, die (auch) für die sprachtherapeutische Praxis rele...
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Whether media facilitate or inhibit language learning depends on media content as well as on media format: image driven media (e.g., TV) are hereby assumed to have less potential compared to language driven media (e.g., books, audio stories). Children with specific language impairment have earlier been shown to prefer image driven media and avoid l...
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Germany has long been supporting segregative school settings for children with language impairment and is now in the process to implement inclusive settings. However, expert recommendations are highly controversial . Whereas previous studies attempted to enrich the discussion about the best system with empirical data based upon parents reports, thi...
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This anniversary issue contains a narrative audio story fostering language development: “Die Wetterschacht-Detektive” (“The Air Pit Detectives”). The audio play has been designed and produced under the direction of the Technical University Dortmund in cooperation with the Hoffbauer University of Cooperative Education and the Folkwang University. Th...
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Whether media facilitate or inhibit language learning depends on media content as well as on media format: image driven media (e. g., TV) are hereby assumed to have less potential compared to language drive media (e. g., books, audio stories). Children with specific language impairment have earlier been shown to prefer image driven media and avoid...
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Selecting the appropriate school for language impaired children (AO-SF policy) puts significant demands on parents. In theory, parents and schools are working together with the public education system (School Supervisory Board). The recent Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities strengthens the role of parents in the decision making p...
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Seit dem Inkrafttreten der UN-Konvention über die Rechte behinderter Menschen wird zunehmend öffentlich über die Strukturen der sonderpädagogischen Förderung in Deutschland diskutiert. An-hand einer Befragungsstudie mit 542 Eltern sprachauffälliger GrundschülerInnen, bei der die Schul-zufriedenheit im Gemeinsamen Unterricht und in der Förderschule...

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Projects (15)
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Mit diesem Projekt verfolgen wir das Ziel, alle Instrumente zur Messung von Einstellungen zu Inklusion (und eng verwandter Konstrukte) strukturiert zur Verfügung zu stellen.
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The project links research instruments for inclusive education and is open to all those interested in research. According goals of Open Science, all research instruments should be freely usable and changeable. However, the majority of the instruments are published by private agencies and contain copyrights. This means that these instruments cannot be freely used or adapted by researchers. However, many instruments in inclusive education must be adapted to the environment and the context. Therefore, the project collects collaborators who provide their instruments with a free to use and adapt license (e.g., a Share-Alike license) and who conduct research in the field of inclusive education. In order to more easily find such instruments, I am suggesting the publishing of these instruments for inclusive education on university repositories and combining them in a separate project here on ResearchGate. So if you have a free instrument, please write me and I will add you to the project.