Timo Lüke

Timo Lüke

Professor of Inclusive Education and Improvement of Instruction

University of Graz

Biography

Timo Lüke (he/his) is a professor of inclusive education and improvement of instruction at the Institute of Education Research (University of Graz). His research interests include instruction, and assessment in the context of inclusive classrooms and learners with disabilities or at risk. He is a special education teacher with a focus on learning & developmental disabilities, and enthusiastic user of single-case research methods.

He is a proponent of open science and feels that the products of his work should be freely available to the general public.

Interests
  • Inclusive Education
  • Single Case Research Design
  • Learning & Developmental Disabilities
  • Data-Based Decision Making
  • Assessment (& Test Construction)
  • Research Methods in SCRD
Education
  • Dr. phil. in Educational Sciences, 2018

    University of Wuppertal

  • M. Ed. in Special Education, 2013

    TU Dortmund University

  • B. A. in Rehabilitation Sciences (Special Education), 2011

    TU Dortmund University

Experience

 
 
 
 
 
Professor of Inclusive Education and Improvement of Instruction
University of Graz
Nov 2020 – Present Graz, ST, Austria
 
 
 
 
 
Postdoctoral Researcher
TU Dortmund University
Aug 2018 – Nov 2020 Dortmund, NRW, Germany
 
 
 
 
 
Research Fellow
University of Wuppertal
Apr 2015 – Aug 2018 Wuppertal, NRW, Germany
with Prof. Dr. Michael Grosche (Rehabilitation Sciences, Special Learning Needs)
 
 
 
 
 
Research Fellow
University of Potsdam
Oct 2013 – Mar 2015 Potsdam, BB, Germany
with Prof. Dr. Michael Grosche (Inclusive Education, Speech and Language Impairments)

Contact