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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 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 chemical/x-mdl-rdfile FrameWord
The aim of the project FrameWord is to investigate whether mechanisms that were described for visual object recognition – namely, neuronal top-down processing – also apply for visual word recognition.
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 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 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 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
Project BiPeer
BiPeer explores ways to support German reading competency of Turkish-German bilingual primary school children using peer-learning methods.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project LexPro Training
The project focuses on the enhancement of visual word processing in children with reading problems (5th and 6th graders).
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project LeA-Training
The focus of project LeA-Training is to investigate a reading fluency training program. The project aims at identifying the underlying mechanisms resulting in reading improvement to effectively implement the training for children with reading difficulties.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education