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Project ReLari
The ReLari project investigates the relationship between children's and adolescents' relative age and their learning performance in the school context.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project EDUCAREplus
The research project aims at a better understanding of the persisting social inequality in children’s school success. The main focus is on socioeconomic differences in attitudes, beliefs, and practices of children, parents, and educators with regard to education and care in early and middle childhood.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project World Vision Children Study
What does it mean to grow up in Germany? In order to answer this question children as agents of their own lives are asked qualitatively and quantitatively about the main topics of child well-being, child poverty, and justice, as well as flight and migration.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project MoBiLe
The project investigates the role of language and executive functions in cognitive and academic development of elementary school children. The focus is on the comparison of monolingual and bilingual children (especially children from immigrant families), who often differ in terms of their language abilities as well as their academic achievement.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project SchuWaMi
The project SchuWaMi examines how schools in Germany have reacted to the increased reception of refugee children and youths, which institutional changes have taken place and are still taking place in this context. It also looks at whether and how schools succeed in promoting the social participation of children and youths with a refugee background
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project META-EF TRAIN
The project investigates the effects of metacognitive executive function training in children from low socioeconomic backgrounds with an emphasis on transfer to academic abilities. Children are recruited in Germany and the UK to ensure greater generalizability. We focus on two age groups (4-6 vs. 8-10 years) to examine whether there is a developmentally sensitive period for cognitive training interventions.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project Ada*Q
The Ada*Q project aims to investigate adaptive teaching and teaching quality in differentiated classrooms at award-winning primary schools of the German School Award.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project SelF
The project SelF deals with the implementation of specific self-regulatory strategies in different areas of application.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project ULe
The project ULe studies children’s out-of-school learning spaces in an urban context.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project SpröM
The project SpröM evaluated the longitudinal effects of kindergarten support programs with regard to linguistic and metalinguistic competencies.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education