International exchange on self-regulated learning
Professor Charlotte Dignath's team discussed self-regulated learning with experts from the University of Stavanger.
Article published in Social Psychology of Education
This study examines the association and connection of teachers’ prosociality with their well-being by engagement in family–school partnerships.
6th volume of the "IFS Educational Dialogues" series published
The 6th volume of the IFS Education Dialogues series deals with the topic of "Learning in and for schools in the age of digitality".
IFS on the nationwide reading day at WDR Morgenecho
To mark the nationwide Read Aloud Day, Dr. Ulrich Ludewig spoke to Thomas Schaaf on WDR Morgenecho about pupils' reading performance.
Together for better education: Tuesdays for Education
Tuesdays for Education explores the question of how digital media are used in primary school lessons in an international comparison.
Professor Nele McElvany gives input lecture at parliamentary breakfast
Focus on democracy and political education – Professor Nele McElvany gives input lecture at parliamentary breakfast.
Hands-on school research: Open Day on 28.10.2023
On the open day of the TU Dortmund, interested people could inform themselves about school and educational research at the IFS.
Hanna Gaspard represents professorship for empirical educational research in the context of societal heterogeneity
As of November 1, 2020, PD Dr. Hanna Gaspard has taken over the professorship for empirical educational research in the context of societal…
IFS welcomes substitute professor Dr. Alexander Naumann
Dr. Alexander Naumann is filling in for the Educational Data Science professorship from October 2023 to September 2024.
IFS participation at AISoLA
Professor McElvany gives keynote address on "Education and AI" at AISoLA.
New journal article in International Journal of Educational Psychology published
How are teacher competencies, instructional quality, and learners' understanding of picture-text material related?
Professor McElvany – keynote speech and panel discussion on the Startchancen program
In a keynote speech, Professor Nele McElvany explored how the Startchancen program can contribute to greater educational equity.