DIPF supports the digitalisation of education to make offers more equitable and sustainable.
Stakeholders in the German education system should be able to assess new technologies and their effects in a differentiated manner and use their potential. Therefore, the Institute researches and develops digital educational media and tools, builds digital teaching-learning infrastructures as well as information platforms and makes them available to educational practitioners. These digital infrastructures are not only used in schools and universities, but also in the field of continuing education. Here, DIPF has reached a leading position in facilitating continuing education and testing low skilled persons for the labour market.
In order to expand the digital development of the German education system, it is also necessary to offer initial and further training to pedagogical staff regarding the use of digital technology. For teachers to use digital educational media in a didactically meaningful way, they must be trained in the critical and reflective use.
Furthermore, DIPF works in technology-based assessment, analyses the effects of digitally supported education and its infrastructure and makes the findings available to international educational research.
- ALICE – Analyzing Learning for Individualized Competence Development in Mathematics and Science Education
- Analyzing and Fostering Learning for the development of Competence
- DELTA – Towards Digital Education with modern Learning Technologies and Assessment approaches
- Digi-EBF – Meta project “Digitizing in education“
- FLINK – How to Read Fluently: Individual Intervention of Reading Competencies
- HIKOF-DL – Highly Informative and Competency-Oriented Feedback for Digital Learning
- HyTea – Model for Hybrid Teaching
- INCLASS – Inclusion of Children on the Autism Spectrum in School
- IWWB-PLUS: InfoWebWeiterbildung – Personalised search area for the learning environment
- KONTEXT Grundschule – Cooperatively Created InfoTEXTs for Primary Schools
- LAMASS@DiLea – Learning Analytics, Monitoring and Ambition for Study Success in Distance Learning
- LeA-Training – Learning Acceleration Training
- MILKI-PSY – Multimodal Immersive Learning with Artificial Intelligence for Psychomotor Skills
- ML2MT – From Machine Learning to Machine Teaching – Making Machines AND Humans Smarter
- Mental Health in School
- National Report on Education
- OERinfo – community platform for Open Educational Resources
- PERLE – Professional Vision of Early Mathematics in Daily Learning Situations
- PREDICT – Prediction Generation as a Tool to Activate Children’s Prior Knowledge and Improve Learning
- PROMPT – Optimizing Self-Regulated Learning Processes With Digital Prompts
- ReTransfer – Re-innovation and transfer of digital disciplinary concepts in social science teacher education in the context of digital sovereignty and open educational practices
- Securing information from the project “Information service Open Educational Resources”
- UPWIND – Understanding and Improving Daily Cognitive and Affective Within-Child Dynamics in the School Context
- ZIB – Centre for International Student Assessment
- zEbra – Social Belonging in the Real and Digital World