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Project object code PHIactio
PHIactio characterizes the relation between the beliefs of pre-service teachers and the quality of teaching of given miniature lessons.
Located in Research / Themes / Professionalization
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
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 MORAL
The research project MORAL investigates the socio-moral development of children and adolescents with a strong focus on intergroup processes and social cognition. Another focus of the project is the training of educators and teachers regarding social exclusion among children and adolescents.
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
BAPAS – Attachment Trauma in Adoptive and Foster Children – A Psychoanalytic Therapy Study
The BAPAS project aims at investigating the effects of a psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adoptive and foster children (Age: 8-11 years) with a multiple complex trauma and their adoptive/foster parents. Additionally, as part of their extended network the teachers of the children are involved in the intervention.
Located in Research / Young scientist projects
Project LONDI (former OnDiFoe)
The project LONDI aims at developing a web-based platform to support the identification and treatment of children with major difficulties in learning to read, spell, and/or calculate. The platform will provide evidence-based information, materials and tools for learning disabilities screening as well as for the individual diagnosis and remediation.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project ESel
We analyze the effectiveness of the promotion of self-regulation by means of meta-analysis as well as re-analyses of classroom observation studies. The focus of the analyses is on different instructional characteristics of self-regulation promotion (e.g., implicit vs. explicit activation of self-regulation).
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project WieSeL
The WieSeL project deals with the self-regulatory competence of primary school teachers. The focus is on identifying which aspects of teacher competence support primary school teachers’ promotion of self-regulation of learning among their students.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education