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DeSign – Dynamics of Students’ Self-Regulation and Interrelations with Experienced Teaching Quality
Self-regulation refers to the ability of an individual to control his or her thoughts, feelings, and actions in such a way that they support the pursuit of long-term goals. Characteristics of situations influence this ability and can therefore support or impede self-regulation. The DeSign project investigates the interaction between the quality of teaching perceived during a lesson and the change in self-regulation within students.
Located in Research / Young scientist projects
Project DIALOG
The study DIALOG accompanies a 1.5-year-long training course for the implementation of exploration and inquiry in the everyday lives of children for kindergarten teachers. With help of several methods (e.g. video observations and smartphone-facilitated assessments) interaction and communication between different stakeholders as well as facilitating factors for the implementation of the training program are studied and evaluated.
Located in Research / Themes / Professionalization
Project Octet Stream DELTA
In the project DELTA we apply a working memory training with elementary school children. We investigate the impact of children’s daily experiences on training success, with a focus on motivation, well-being, and sleep on training days.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project D source code UPWIND
The project UPWIND investigates associations of affective, motivational, and cognitive processes in students. It specifically targets differences between children that can inform easily implemented interventions that can be tailored to individual students.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
zEbra – Social Belonging in the Real and Digital World
The zEbra project examines the associations of perceived social belongingness in real and digital life with well-being in children and adolescents. For this purpose, a measurement instrument shall be developed that allows for assessing which digital networks children and adolescents use to interact with peers.
Located in Research / Young scientist projects
Project FLUX
The project FLUX studies daily fluctuations in children’s cognitive performance in the school context.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project object code AttentionGO
In this research project developmental trajectories of children with and without ADHD symptoms will be examined by determing cognitive and emotional fluctuations, difficulties in self-regulation, and learning strategies.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project Octet Stream SASCHA
The project SASCHA studies the adaptation of the transition from primary to secondary school. Specifically, daily academic and social challenges of the transition as well as coping mechanisms are studied.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development