Teaching Applied Disability In the teaching activities, the insights from applied research will be imparted. Through this, students from various fields of study will be familiarised with the most diverse of facets of the professional integration of persons with and without disability. They will gain access to the personal background and experiences of Prof. Dr. Nils Jent through the pedagogical method of “storytelling”. In this way, the teaching will be an experience that leaves a lasting impression from both a subject-based and a personal perspective. On the Bachelor level (Prof. Dr. Nils Jent) External courses for managers, on request (Prof. Dr. Nils Jent and Dr. Regula Dietsche) Teaching courses for prospective “Berufsagogen” [advisors for groups with different professional and personal difficulties] as well as psychologists (Dr. Regula Dietsche) Storytelling Storytelling is a narrative method with which explicit, and above all implicit, knowledge is imparted in the form of a metaphor and absorbed through listening. The listener is integrated into the narrated story to enable him or her to understand the contents of the story more easily and to think along independently. This should bring about a better understanding and integration of the knowledge to be imparted. Nowadays, besides entertainment by the narrator, storytelling is implemented among other things in education, in knowledge management, and as a method for problem-solving.