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The Center for Research on Education and School Development (IFS) at the TU Dortmund University is committed to all areas of education research – from the description, explanation, and improvement of the organization and management of schools and the school system, to the analysis of educational processes and educational outcomes of students of different age groups in different contexts. Not limited to students, the research takes into account parents, teachers, school administration, and institutional frameworks. A special focus is research into the reform and development processes of schools and the school system, as well as the necessary conditions for these processes and their outcomes.
Empirical Educational Research with a Focus on Teaching and Learning (Team McElvany)
Empirical Educational Research in Primary and Secondary Education (Team Deputy Professor Ohle-Peters)
Empirical Educational Research with a Focus on Individual Developmental Trajectories and Institutional Contexts (Team Becker)
Empirical Educational Research with a Focus on Promoting Cognitive and Motivational-Affective Learning Processes (Team Dignath)
Educational Data Science (Team Gaspard)
7th IFS-Education Dialogue on "Promoting Linguistic Competencies as a Basis for Greater Educational Equity"
Experts from science and practice discussed the promotion of linguistic competencies as a basis for more educational equality.
IFS to showcase projects at PAEPS 2023
IFS will be represented with presentations at this year's PAEPS.
IFS was at the AEPF conference in Potsdam
On the AEPF conference theme "School and Teachers. Rethinking Education", the IFS was represented with several contributions.
Working together for better education: Tuesdays for Education Job satisfaction high, but teachers miss appreciation: Tuesdays for Education addresses well-being and training needs based on PIRLS study
As part of the new Tuesdays for Education program series, IFS is taking a look at elementary school teachers on the 1st date based on the PIRLS study.