Optimisation of individual prerequisites for successful learning
This field of research provides a framework for investigating how the acquisition of individual competencies might be optimised by considering relevant states of development.
"Optimisation of individual prerequisites" deals with the question how learning conditions can be designed in kindergarten respectively how school instruction can be purposefully enhanced to achieve individual improvements in competence. Here, researchers are not only interested in identifying general contexts and approaches that are conducive to learning, but they also pursue the question how children at risk (owing to neurocognitive disorders and /or social respectively cultural disadvantages) can be supported in a particularly effective way.
- ADHD – Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- ANNA – Working memory and school readiness
- Development of Memory Strategies in Children and Youths
- Education Through Language and Writing
- FLUX – Assessment of Cognitive Performance Fluctuations in the School Context
- Hector – Formative Evaluation of Hector Children’s Academies
- LeA – Learning Acceleration
- MEMO – Working memory influences on rehearsal-strategy development in dyslectic children
- Phonological Information Processing, Attention and Spelling
- Scientific Study Accompanying the Project "Schulreifes Kind" (the Mature School Child)
- SelF – Self-Regulation and Feedback
- Self-Regulation and ADHD in School Contexts
- Standardization of the Working Memory Test Battery