Kristin Schotte works as a research scientist with Prof. Dr. Petra Stanat. Since September 2014 she is part of the Department of Education and Integration. From November 2011 until August 2014 she was part of pillar 4 on "Education acquisition of persons with migration background" within the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS).
She studied sociology and educational science at the University of Leipzig. From 2009 to 2011 she worked as a student assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (Department of Developmental and Comparative Psychology) in Leipzig.
Her research interests focus on psychological and socio-cultural adaptation of adolescents with immigrant background, especially with regard to perceived discrimination, cultural identity and subjective well-being.
Edele, A., Schotte, K. & Stanat, P. (2016). Assessment of Immigrant Students’ Listening Comprehension in Their First Languages (L1) Russian and Turkish in Grade 9: Test Construction and Validation. In H.-P. Blossfeld, J. Maurice, M. Bayer & J. Skopek (Hrsg.), Methodological Issues of Longitudinal Surveys: The Example of the National Educational Panel Study (S. 441–464). Wiesbaden, Germany: VS Verlag.
Edele, A., Schotte, K. & Stanat, P. (2015). Listening Comprehension Tests of Immigrant Students’ First Languages (L1) Russian and Turkish in Grade 9: Extended Report of Test Construction and Validation (NEPS Working Paper No. 57). Bamberg: Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories, National Educational Panel Study.
Edele, A., Schotte, K., Hecht, M. & Stanat, P. (2012). Listening comprehension tests of immigrant students' first languages (L1) Russian and Turkish in grade 9: Scaling procedere and results (NEPS Working Paper No. 13) Bamberg: University of Bamberg, National Educational Panel Study.