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Dr. Tanja Tillmanns

FB Elektrische Energietechnik

Soest FB EET Gebäude 4

Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben im Fachbereich Elektrische Energietechnik, Standort Soest

Center for Business Education

Fachbereich Elektrische Energietechnik
Fachhochschule Südwestfalen
Lübecker Ring 2
59494 Soest

Orchid ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5662-5761


Professional Experience


Peer-reviewed journals

Tillmanns. T. and Salomão Filho, A. (forthcoming) Emotions in sustainability teaching and learning: connecting pedagogy of discomfort and disruptive learning. Highlights of Sustainability.

Salomão Filho, A., Corrigan, T. and Tillmanns, T. (2021) Towards digital inclusion in Europe: Designing a course on smart home technology for older adults. The Online Journal of New Horizons in Education, 11(1), 43-58.

Tillmanns. T. and Salomão Filho, A. (2020) Reflecting on partnerships of sustainability learning: enacting a Lewin-Deleuze-Guattari Rhizome. Sustainability, 12, 9976, https://doi.org/10.3390/su12229776

Salomão Filho, A. and Tillmanns, T. (2020) Radical and beyond: an encounter between relational ontology and sustainability education. Constructivist Foundations, 16(1):026-029. https://constructivist.info/16/1/026

Tillmanns, T. (2019) Learning sustainability as an effect of disruption. Environmental Education Research, 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2019.1682125

Tillmanns, T., Holland, C. and Salomão Filho, A. (2017) Design criteria for visual cues used in disruptive learning interventions within sustainability education. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 8(2), 5-16. https://doi.org/10.1515/dcse-2017-0011

Tillmanns, T., Holland, C., Lorenzi, F. and McDonagh, P. (2014) Interplay of rhizome and education for sustainable development. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 16(2), 5-17. https://doi.org/10.2478/jtes-2014-0008

Book chapters

Salomão Filho, A. and Tillmanns, T. (forthcoming) Postqualitative lessons from global student mobility: Travelling with Actor-Network Thoery and Deleuze & Guattari’s Rhizome philosophy to illuminate learning. In Khine, M.S. (Ed.) Rhizomatic learning: Poststructural thinking to normadic pedagogy.

Tillmanns, T. and Holland, C. (2017) Crafting pedagogical pathways that disrupt and transform anthropocentric mindsets of higher education students. IN: Leal Filho, W., Brandli, L., Castro, P. and Newman, J. (Eds.) Handbook of Theory and Practice of Sustainable Development in Higher Education, World Sustainability Series. Springer International Publishing. 10.1007/978-3-319-47868-5_19

Conference contributions

Corrigan, T., Salomão Filho, A., Tillmanns, T. (2022) Digital inclusion and lifelong learning via Smart home technology: the Irish case. Education Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI) Dublin, Ireland, April.

Salomão Filho, A., Corrigan, T. and Tillmanns, T. (2020) SmartYourHome Ireland. Institute of Education, Dublin City University, Ireland, November.

Tillmanns. T. (2019) Disruption: A Pedagogical Tool to Critically Review Self in the Context of Sustainability. European Education Research Association (EERA), Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, September.

Ní Áingléis, B., Donlon, E., O’Brien, S., Conroy Johnson, M. and Tillmanns, T. (2019) The design of an online communication learning and communication platform for placement settings: An exploratory case study. Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI), Radisson Blu Hotel, Sligo, Ireland, April.

Tillmanns, T., Holland, C. and Salomão Filho, A. (2018) Design Criteria for Visual Cues: Triggering Emotions to Stimulate the Process of Ethics and Value Clarification. Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI), University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, April.

Salomão Filho, A. and Tillmanns, T. (2018) Rethinking Social Capital and its Purpose in International Education. Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI), University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, April.

Holland, C., Tillmanns, T. and Mulcahy, C. (2017) RCE Dublin – Dublin in the Coming Times. European RCE Meeting, Fair Friends Konferenz, Dortmund, Germany, September.

Tillmanns, T and Holland, C. (2016) Crafting Pedagogical Pathways that Disrupt and Transform Anthropocentric Mindsets of Higher Education Students. 3rd World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities (WSSD-U-2016), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA, September.

Tillmanns. T. (2016) From Disorienting to Reorienting: Innovative Pedagogical and Assessment Strategies in Education for Sustainability in Higher Education. European Education Research Association (EERA) Conference - ECER 2016 “Leading Education: The Distinct Contributions of Educational Research and Researchers”, University College Dublin, Ireland, August.

Holland, C., Tillmanns, T. and Besong, F. (2016) The Development of an Assessment Framework to Enable Critical Reflection Amongst Students Engaging in Disruptive Pedagogic’ Interventions. National Seminar Series 2015-2016 - Education for Sustainability – Exploring the Role of Assessment, School of Engineering, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Galway, May.

Tillmanns. T. (2016) Disruptive Pedagogies for Global Citizenship. Global Citizenship in Higher Education event, Suas Educational Development, Ashling Hotel Dublin, Ireland, February.

Tillmanns. T. and Holland, C. (2015) Provoking Higher Education Students to Engage in Education for Sustainable Development. International conference - Bridging Education and Science for Sustainable Development, Daugavpils, Latvia, December.

Tillmanns. T. and Holland, C. (2014) Identity Formation in Sustainability Education - Exploring the Use of the Kalaidoscope as a Metaphor for the Process of Identity Formation in Education for Sustainability. Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI), Sheraton Hotel, Athlone, Ireland, April.

Holland, C., Mulcahy, C. and Tillmanns, T. (2014) 40 Shades of Greening: Comparing Experiences of Infusing Sustainability within Higher Education Institutions in Ireland and the Middle East. American Education Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, April.