Zu Hauptinhalt springen
Homepage UR

Chair news

17/7/2018 - JURE 2018

News Item JURE 2018

From Juli 2nd-6th, 2018 the 22nd Conference of the JUnior REsearchers of EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction) took place in Antwerp, Belgium. The theme of the conference was “Learning and instruction with an impact: scaling up the skill, will and thrill of learning”. Besides poster, paper and roundtable sessions interesting 14 workshops about the research methodology, PhD career and the conference keynotes were held. Additionally, three keynotes were given in the scope of the conference theme.

One the keynotes was given by Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Hans Gruber on the topic “Learning and professional development in science: Young researchers' acquisition of expertise”. Additionally, he conducted a workshop on “Everything you always wanted to know about life as a researcher (but were afraid to ask)” and participated at a Panel Discussion about “Strengthening the ties between research, policy and practice in order to increase impact”.

Dr. Helen Jossberger, together with Lauren Ashby (Elsevier), conducted a workshop on “Writing and reviewing for international scholarly journals“.

Manuel Längler presented his work on “Networks of musicians at different skill levels” in a roundtable session. He also won the “Award for the Best Roundtable Session”.

Linda Puppe presented a poster on “Pictorial Perception of Professional Artists and Beginners“.

The feedback and discussion during the sessions by all participants were very valuable and useful for the further success of the dissertation projects.


18/6/2018 - EARLI SIG 27 Conference in Warsaw

EARLI SIG 27 Conference in Warsaw

From 15th until 17th of June, the 2nd EARLI SIG 27 Online Measures of Learning Processes took place in Warsaw, Poland. This year, the conference joined forces with the 6th Polish Eye Tracking Conference. It was an inspiring conference. Hans Gruber, Helen Jossberger and Isabell Stein presented current research projects of GRG:

Chitalkina, N., Puurtinen, M., & Gruber, H. (2018, June). Eye-movement effects of added cognitive load in music reading. Paper presentation, 6th Polish Eye Tracking Conference and 2nd EARLI SIG 27 Online Measures of Learning Processes Conference, Warsaw (Poland).

Gruber, H., Hurme, T.-R., & Puurtinen, M. (2018, June). Revealing gaze? The role of eye-movement data in identifying triggers of group-level regulation in a collaborative music task. Paper presentation, 6th Polish Eye Tracking Conference and 2nd EARLI SIG 27 Online Measures of Learning Processes Conference, Warsaw (Poland).

Jossberger, H., Hahn, L., Gruber, H., Stroszczynski, C., & Müller-Wille, R. (2018, June). Systematic viewing and diagnostic performance. Poster presentation, 6th Polish Eye Tracking Conference and 2nd EARLI SIG 27 Online Measures of Learning Processes Conference, Warsaw (Poland).

Stein, I., Jossberger, H., & Gruber, H. (2018, June). Visualising gaze data on a virtual 3D model. Poster presentation, 6th Polish Eye Tracking Conference and 2nd EARLI SIG 27 Online Measures of Learning Processes Conference, Warsaw (Poland).

If you are interested to learn more, please contact us!


11/6/2018 - New journal article publication

Tarja-Riitta Hurme

On June 10th, 2018, a new journal article was published to which Hans Gruber contributed. In a project supported by the Academy of Finland (grant 275929 to Erkki Huovinen and Hans Gruber), processes of music reading are investigated. The present article was published in the journal Music Education Research. A study is reported in which Tarja-Riitta Hurme, Marjaana Puurtinen and Hans Gruber analysed domain-specific group regulation processes in the domain of music.

Abstract:
The processes of individual and group-level regulation are important mechanisms of all collaborative learning, and we argue that recognising group-level regulatory processes would aid music educators when they guide students in collaborative settings. In music education, there is extensive research on group music-making, whereas the interest towards regulatory processes at group level is just emerging. At the same time educational psychology research has focused on regulation of collaborative learning processes in other domains. This study aims to combine both perspectives by examining the characteristics of self-, co- and socially shared regulation in a collaborative task of planning and preparing a music lesson, relating work on domain-specific learning processes to literature from educational psychology. The regulatory processes of three groups consisting of one music educator and two pre-service teachers were examined through qualitative video analysis. Examples of participants’ verbal interaction and musical activities during episodes depicting group-level regulation are presented. The examples guide the rationalisation that non-verbal musical interaction could validate socially shared regulation, and ways to distinguish co- from socially shared regulation in collaborative music-making are discussed.

Reference

Hurme, T.-R., Puurtinen, M., & Gruber, H. (2018). When “doing” matters: The emergence of group-level regulation in planning for a music lesson, Music Education Research, 20. DOI: 10.1080/14613808.2018.1484435


6/6/2018 - Workshop and Lecture by Jasperina Brouwer

Jasperina Brouwer

From June 4th to 27th Jasperina Brouwer (Ass. Prof. University of Groningen, the Netherlands) will be guest at our chair. During her stay she will give a workshop on “Basics of social network analysis”. The workshop will be on Friday June 15th from 10 AM to 4 PM. If you are interested, you can check on GRIPS for all relevant information.

On June 19th she will give a public lecture with the topic “Small group teaching: Beneficial for all?”. The lecture will be in H22 from 6-8 PM. For relevant information you can also check the poster. We will be very happy to welcome you all!


23/5/2018 - Doctoral candidate meeting at Haus Johannisthal in Windischeschenbach

Haus Johannisthal

From May 17th until 18th 2018, the annual doctoral candidate meeting took place at Haus Johannisthal in Windischeschenbach. PhD students of the Chairs for Educational Science I, II & III, as well as the Chair for School Research, School Development and Evaluation presented their dissertation projects to the professors and to their peers. After a short reception, the meeting started with two presentation slots of the dissertation projects. The presenters received immediate feedback as well as extended feedback in particular sessions by the professors and their peers.

Michael Scheumann presented his project about “Expected self-efficacy in reanimation situations by mountain rescue members“ and Manuel Längler presented his project about “Networks of musicians from different expert levels”. Linda Puppe discussed her plans about a study entitled “The role of networks during the professionalisation process of sculptors”. Our new chair member Agnes Cichy and Simon Schmidt had the chance to present their first drafts of their dissertation projects. Agnes Cichy presented her idea of investigating “Emotions in coaching situations” and Simon Schmidt presented his ideas of studies investigating “Peer-to-peer learning in music”.

All participants were extremely satisfied with the structure of the meeting, the professional discussions and not least with the personal interaction between the participants. Holding a further meeting has been set for the next year.


18/5/2018 - New publication (Update)

The article entitled „How prior experience, cognitive skills and practice with eye-hand span and performance in video gaming“ by Markus Nivala, Agnes Cichy and Hans Gruber was recently accepted in the Journal of Eye Movement Research. The study's results showed that a short practice period improved performance but did not increase EHS. Instead, EHS was related to task difficulty. It also offers insights into the early development of visual adaptations and performance.

Update 28/5/18:

Today, the article by Markus Nivala, Agnes Cichy and Hans Gruber was finally published. If you are interested in reading this article, you can download it here

Reference

Nivala, M., Cichy, A. & Gruber, H. (2018). How prior experience, cognitive skills and practice are related with eye-hand span and performance in video gaming. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 11(3):1. doi: 10.16910/jemr.11.3.1


10/4/2018 - Guest: Jasperina Brouwer

Jasperina Brouwer

In June 2018 Dr. Jasperina Brouwer will be guest at the University of Regensburg. In collaboration with our chair Dr. Brouwer successfully applied for the International Presidential Visiting Scholar Fellowship of the University of Regensburg. Currently she is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Behavioral and Social Science at University of Groningen. In her dissertation Dr. Brouwer investigated how social capital and peer networks in small group teaching.

During her stay in Regensburg she will give lectures on “Basics of Social Network Analysis” for Bachelor, Master and PhD Students. She will also give a public lecture on “small group teaching” and how to apply social network analysis to research the processes in the groups. In addition, Dr. Brouwer will collaborate with the academic staff members of our chair.

We are looking forward to welcome Dr. Brouwer in June at the University of Regensburg.


13/3/2018 - PDRnet – Meeting in Paderborn

Meeting of the PDRnet in Regensburg

PDRnet is a network of scholars interested in researching professional learning and development processes in both educational and workplace settings. We meet annually for a three-day research symposium in which young as well as more experienced researchers present their ongoing research projects. This year, the meeting was organised in Paderborn and Helen Jossberger represented the GRG. Next year, the meeting will be organised by Josef Strasser in Landau.

PDRnet Webseite


5/3/2018 - EARLI ASC 2018

Earli ASC 2018

From February 19th to 23rd Hans Gruber, Linda Puppe and Manuel Längler were part of the EARLI ASC 2018 on Social Network Analysis in Vienna (Austria).

The Advanced Study Colloquium enables researchers, who are members of EARLI network, to discuss in depth research designs, analysis, results, and current developments of certain research strands. The topic of this year’s ASC meeting was „Social Network Analysis“ with focus on how to apply mixed method approaches (MMSNA) in educational research. During this five day meeting the participants discussed during different workshops and small group sessions about MMSNA, data collection, change, theory, and teaching methods. Manuel Längler presented his work on “Networks of musicians at different expertise levels“. As a joint project of the research group a book publication about Mixed Methods in Social Network Analysis was also part of the discussions.


5/3/2018 - New to the chair: Agnes Cichy

Agnes CichyWe welcome our new PhD candidate Agnes Cichy. In her research Agnes will use eye-tracking to study expertise in video-gaming and music. She will also be involved in teaching. We wish her a good start and look forward working with her.


28/2/2018 - New book chapter publication

Recently, a new book chapter article was published to which Hans Gruber and Halszka Jarodzka contributed. They wrote an article about “Expertise” in the 5th edition of the reference book “Handwörterbuch Pädagogische Psychologie” (in German language). An overview is presented about expertise research, specific research methods and current outcomes. The reference book is targeted at a broad readership, including students and educational practitioners.

Reference

Gruber, H., & Jarodzka, H. (2018) Expertise. In D. H. Rost, J. R. Sparfeldt, & S. R. Buch (Eds.), Handwörterbuch Pädagogische Psychologie (5th, rev. and ext. ed., pp. 185–192). Weinheim: Beltz Psychologie.

Link to a PDF flyer of the book.


22/1/2018 - Hans Gruber appointed as Editor-in-Chief of Educational Research Review

Hans Gruber was appointed as Editor-in-Chief of Educational Research Review. Educational Research Review is one of the journals of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), published by Elsevier. It is an international journal addressed to researchers and various agencies interested in the review of studies and theoretical papers in education at any level. The journal accepts high quality articles and reviews by scholars focused on issues of importance to education, such as state-of-the-art papers, meta-analytic research reviews, narrative reviews, best-evidence syntheses, research critiques, forum papers and methodological and thematic reviews. The journal does not limit its scope to any age range. The journal invites articles on the broad range of settings in which people learn (school settings, corporate training, formal or informal settings).

With its impact factor of 3.839, Educational Research Review is among the world-wide top leading journals in the fields of educational science and educational psychology. Members of Hans Gruber’s team are the Editors Raija Hämäläinen (Jyväskylä, Finland), Daniel Hickey (Indiana, USA), Ming Fai Pang (Hongkong, China), and Margus Pedaste (Tartu, Estonia), and Jasperina Brouwer, Leen Catrysse and Helen Jossberger as Assistant Editors. Lauren Ashby is the partner as Publisher who has the responsibility for the Education portfolio at Elsevier.

Journal website.


18/1/2018 - Positive in-between evaluation of Dr. Jarodzka’s habilitation

On January, 17th 2018, the Board of the Faculty for Psychology, Educational Science and Sport Science unanimously accepted the proposal of the mentoring group of Dr. Halszka Jarodzka’s habilitation to certify a positive in-between evaluation. Dr. Jarodzka’s topic is “Visual expertise: characteristics, development, and instruction support”. The mentoring group is composed by Professor Hans Gruber, Professor Tamara van Gog (Utrecht, The Netherlands) and Professor Mark Greenlee (University of Regensburg, Professor of Psychology). The group certified outstanding publication and teaching activities. In addition, Dr. Jarodzka is strongly committed in supporting the academic administration at her home university, The Open University of the Netherlands at Heerlen. In 2017, she was appointed as Head of the University’s committee “Ethics, law and policy in research”. In the same year, she was awarded with the prize as Scientist of the Year at her University (https://www.ou.nl/-/ou-wetenschapsprijs-2017-voor-halszka-jarodzka) and succeeded in several large funding activities.

Dr. Jarodzka‘s website.


18/1/2018 - New habilitation candidate at GRG

On January, 17th, 2018, the Board of the Faculty for Psychology, Educational Science and Sport Science unanimously decided to accept Dr. Andreas Gegenfurtner as a new habilitation candidate. Dr. Gegenfurtner graduated in Educational Science from the University of Regensburg, completed his PhD at the Faculty of Education, University of Turku (Finland), supervised by Professor Erno Lehtinen. After his PhD he worked at the TU München and at the University of Maastricht (The Netherlands). Currently he is employed at the Institut für Qualität und Weiterbildung at the Technische Hochschule Deggendorf. With his topic of the habilitation, “Professional vision and visual expertise”, Dr. Gegenfurtner fits well into the research agenda of the GRG. The mentoring group is composed by Professor Hans Gruber, Professor Erno Lehtinen (Turku, Finland) and Professor Christian Wolff (University of Regensburg, Professor of Media Informatics). Dr. Gegenfurtner’s website.


12/1/2018 - New Publication

Abstract

In vocational education, workplace simulations (WPS) have been implemented to ensure a better connection between the educational setting and the labour market. Moreover, WPS are supposed to motivate students and promote self-directed learning. So far, however, not much is known about the way students experience these WPS. The aim of the present exploratory case study was to investigate students’ perceptions and preparedness for WPS and explore what factors they perceive to be relevant for their learning in these simulations. Forty students from three different pre-vocational secondary schools participated. Semi-structured group interviews were conducted and thematic analysis was used to examine the qualitative data. The results revealed that authentic WPS can increase student motivation and engagement. Learner characteristics regarded as relevant in WPS were motivation, responsibility, independence and discipline. For students, the presence and guidance of the teacher played an essential role in their working and learning effectively. They felt limited in making choices to direct their own learning. Assessment criteria were not transparent enough for students. Concluding, we found that students perceived factors closely related to self-regulated and self-directed learning to be relevant for their learning; however, these learning activities and processes have not yet been sufficiently promoted and supported in the investigated vocational schools. The study highlights design dilemmas for vocational practice and offers indications in how to match both learning environmental characteristics and teacher support tailored to learners’ needs.

If you are interested in reading this article, you can download it here.

Reference

Jossberger, H., Brand-Gruwel, S., van de Wiel, M.W.J. et al. Vocations and Learning (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12186-017-9186-7


8/1/2018 - New journal publication

Dr. med. Jochen Pfirstinger

Photo of the first author, Dr. med. Jochen Pfirstinger

Recently, a new journal article was published in the prestigious British Medical Journal Open to which Hans Gruber contributed. The article is an outcome of an interdisciplinary research project in which the GRG collaborates with colleagues from the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Catholic Theology. The objective of the reported study was to compare outpatients from private practices and outpatients from a university clinic regarding the determinants of completion of advance directives (AD) in order to generalise results of studies from one setting to the other. Five determinants of completion of AD were studied: familiarity with AD, source of information about AD, prior experiences with own life-threatening diseases or family members in need of care and motives in favour and against completion of AD.

The article is available open access.

Reference

Pfirstinger, J., Bleyer, B. J., Blum, C., Rechenmacher, M., Wiese, C., & Gruber, H. (2017). Determinants of completion of advance directives: A cross-sectional comparison of 649 outpatients from private practices versus 2158 outpatients from a university clinic. BMJ Open 2017;7:e015708. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015708


9/11/2017 - Gleichstellungspreis

The woman's representatives of the Faktultät für Psychologie, Pädagogik und Sportwissenschaft won the prize for their concept on gender equality of the Unversity of Regensburg. Helen Jossberger from our chair is the co-representative of this group. In their application, they suggested a career coaching for female researchers with a focus on an analysis of potential, professional orientation, analysis of strength and weaknesses, optimisation of communication and self-representation, self-management, preparation and realization of further career step. The prize money will be used to implement this coaching at the University of Regensburg.

Gleichstellungspreis 2017 Gleichstellungspreis 2017

9/11/2017 - Guest: Kenneth Holmqvist

Kenneth Holmqvist

During the wintersemster 2017/2018 Prof. Dr. Kenneth Holmqvist will be guest at the University of Regensburg. In collaboration with the chair of Prof. Dr. Mark Greenlee the application for Interationalisierung der Hochschulen was accepted to invite Prof. Dr. Holmqvist to Regensburg. Currently he is Professor in Psychology at Lund University, where he founded the eye-tracking laboratory in 1995, which later grew into the large Humanities Laboratory.

His fields of research cover a large variety of eye-tracking-based research stretching from reading research and scene perception, over to newspaper reading, advertisement studies and gesture recognition in face-to-face interaction. He has also expertise in eye tracking used in applied areas, including decision making in supermarkets and research on safety in car driving and air traffic control. In 2006, he was a founder of the Scandinavian Conference on Applied Eye-tracking, and in 2008, the international LETA training courses in eye-tracking methodology. In 2013, he also organized the ECEM conference.

During his stay in Regensburg, he will give lectures on Thursday from 4-6 pm on eye-tracking. The lectures are based on his book "Eye Tracking: a comprehensive guide to methods and measures".


9/11/2017 - JURE 2017

From August 27th-28th, 2017 the 21st Conference of the JUnior REsearchers of EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction) took place in Tampere, Finland. The theme of the conference was “Education in the light of multiple perspectives: Towards intertwining personalized and collaborative learning”.

Manuel Längler presented his work on Networks of Musicians in a roundtable session. The feedback and discussion by all participants were very valuable and useful for the further success of the dissertation project. Besides poster, paper and roundtable sessions interesting 12 workshops about the conference theme, research methodology and the life as Ph.D. were held.


9/11/2017 - EARLI 2017

Earli 2017

From August 29th to September 2nd the 17th Biennial EARLI Conference was hosted by the University of Tampere, Finland. The theme of the conference was "Education in the crossroads of economy and politics – Role of research in the advancement of public good".

As part of the Gruber Research Group, Michael Scheumann, Dr. Helen Jossberger, Manuel Längler, former chair member Dr. Markus Nivala and Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Hans Gruber presented their research in different sessions. Michael Scheumann presented a poster on Paramedics’ technical/non-technical skills and the role of knowledge, self-assessment, and attitude. Helen Jossberger presented a poster on Professional Development in Sculpting: Analysis of Social Interactions and Activities. Manuel Längler presented a paper on How guitarists perceive support for expertise development from different ‘persons in the shadow’. Markus Nivala presented a poster on Detecting errors in program flow diagrams: Comparing novices and advanced programmers and a paper on Chunking in Chess: Expertise Differences in Eye Movements and Recall Performance.

Besides the paper and poster presentations, EARLI president Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Hans Gruber gave the presidential address on Expertise development: Cognitive adaptations and growing networks. The EARLI issue.


1/10/2017 - New Book Publication

Cover Kulturelle BildungA new book on empirical research in cultural education, called "Von Mythen zu Erkenntnissen?“ has been released. It is edited by Sebastian Konietzko, Sarah Kuschel, & Vanessa-Isabelle Reinwand-Weiss and includes one contribution by the interdisciplinary project tap (the art project).

Link to tap

A brief description about the content (in German only):

Prozesse und Wirkungen im Praxisfeld Kultureller Bildung besser zu verstehen und damit Angebote sinnvoll gestalten zu können, ist ein Anliegen, das angesichts öffentlicher Förderprogramme und der Einführung der Ganztagsschule in den letzten Jahren lauter wird. Dieser Band versammelt ausgewählte Beiträge der 7. Tagung des Netzwerks Forschung Kulturelle Bildung. Mit dieser Zusammenstellung ist der Anspruch verbunden, unterschiedlichen, gerade auch kritischen Forschungsperspektiven auf das Praxisfeld Raum zu geben. Gleichzeitig zeigen Einblicke in aktuelle (empirische) Forschungsarbeiten und -ansätze, dass wir uns längst von Mythen in der Kulturelle Bildung verabschieden können.

Link to the publication


1/10/2017 - New to the chair

Jasmin RoweWe welcome the new double degree coordinator. Jasmin Rowe is currently studying her Bachelor in Eduational Science and will support the Double Degree study programme. More information about the programme can be found here.

We wish her a good start and look forward to working with her.


30/8/2017 - Presidential address at EARLI 2017

EARLI 2017 EARLI 2017

On August 29th, Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Hans Gruber gave the presidential address at the 17th Biennial EARLI Conference in Tampere, Finland.

His presentation and speech was titled "Expertise development: Cognitive adaptations and growing networks - The EARLI issue" where he related the development of EARLI to his own research and explained how both evolved over the years.

You can download the presentation as PDF here.


7/8/2017 - Isabell Stein accepted as Ph.D. student

Isabell Stein M.A. submitted her dissertation proposal “Die Herausforderung der Analyse von Blickbewegungen auf 3-dimensionale Stimuli beim mobilen Eye Tracking. Entwicklung und Implementierung neuer Analysemethoden am Beispiel der Domäne der Bildhauerei” (Mobile 3D gaze tracking – Development and implementation of new analysis types in the domain of sculpting) to the Faculty of Psychology, Educational Science and Sport Science. The proposal was accepted on August 9th, 2017. Isabell Stein, who is working at the chair, herewith is recognised as Ph.D. student at the Faculty.


20/7/2017 - Students in Finnish-German Master Programme in Education visit Private-Gymnasium PINDL

PINDL 2017

Since winter term 2012/2013, the University of Regensburg, Germany, offers a Double Degree Master Programme in cooperation with the University of Turku, Finland, called Finnish-German Master Programme in Education. Within this framework, the students get the unique opportunity to gather academic experience both in Germany and in Finland.

Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Hans Gruber and PD Dr. Elena Stamouli worked together with the Private-Gymnasium PINDL in Regensburg to offer this year’s Double Degree students, each of which had completed a teacher training in their home countries, the possibility to visit a Bavarian school (July 11th-14th 2017) and to do classroom observation. The PINDL Gymnasium openheartedly welcomed the Double Degree students and offered an invaluable chance to experience the everyday life in a German school. The students could observe real-life teaching and learning situations in different subjects on different grade levels. It was even possible for the students to assist the pupils in some activities.

“It was a very interesting and exciting week” was the general comment from all the participants. The students were impressed by the “iPad Classes” and how the teachers and students at the PINDL Gymnasium dealt with and benefitted from multimedia learning environments. The PINDL school visit was a great opportunity for the Double Degree students to learn more about the German school system and to get an insight into various teaching methods.

The PINDL Deputy Principal, Gerlinde Pernul, and the Dean of the Faculty of Psychology, Educational Science and Sport Science at the University of Regensburg, Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Hans Gruber, are enthusiastic about this initiative. They already agreed to seek opportunities for further cooperation in the future.


10/7/2017 - Aufruf: Teilnehmer gesucht

In German language only

Netzwerkstudie 2017

Im Rahmen der Dissertation von Manuel Längler, M.A. und der Masterarbeit von Simon Schmidt, B.A. werden aus musikwissenschaftlicher und erziehungswissenschaftlicher Perspektive Faktoren des Übeprozesses von Musikern aus verschiedenen Genres untersucht. Die Ergebnisse sollen später in verschiedenen Studien veröffentlicht werden.

Das Ziel der Dissertation ist es, zu untersuchen, wie Netzwerke das zielgerichtete Üben (Deliberate Practice) von MusikerInnen aus verschieden Genres über die Zeit hinweg unterstützen. Zusätzlich möchten wir herausfinden wie sich Netzwerke von professionellen und Amateur-MusikerInnen unterscheiden. Dies kann für den/die TeilnehmerIn sehr interessant sein, da er/sie während der Untersuchung über das eigene Netzwerk reflektiert und es meistens erstmalig für die Person sichtbar wird. Dies soll vor allem Amateur-MusikerInnen helfen, sich ein leistungsfähiges Netzwerk aufzubauen, welches sie beim zielgerichteten Üben unterstützt.

Ziel der Masterarbeit ist es, zu untersuchen, wie Motivation und Selbstwirksamkeit das Übungsverhalten von GruppenmusikerInnen aus unterschiedlichen Genres beeinflusst. Wir möchten hierbei motivationale Aspekte beim gemeinsamen Musizieren für den/die MusikerIn sichtbar machen und ihm/ihr zu helfen, sich selbst zu motivieren.

Wir sind nun auf der Suche nach TeilnehmerInnen, die freiwillig an der Studie teilnehmen möchten.

 

Unter allen Teilnehmenden beider Studien werden 5x Gutscheine (Musik Thomann) im Wert von je 20,- Euro verlost.

 

Den Fragebogen zu der Studie der Dissertation erreichen Sie unter folgendem Link:
https://www.unipark.de/uc/Soziale_Netzwerke_in_der_Musik/b0b3/

 

Den Fragebogen zu der Studie der Masterarbeit erreichen Sie unter diesem Link:
https://www.unipark.de/uc/MotivationExpertiseMusik/7e8c/

Vielen Dank für Ihre Mithilfe!


5/7/2017 - JURE 2018 organising committee

JURE 2018

Manuel Längler was appointed to the organising committee for JURE 2018. The conference will take place form 2nd till 6th of July 2018 in Antwerp, Belgium. In the following months, the international team consisting of 12 members for all over Europe will be busy working to organise everything important around the conference. As part of the EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction), JURE is a network addressing especially junior researchers at the beginning of their career. The aim of JURE is to represent and support their members on the matters that are of interest to them. At the conference, they participants have the chance to present their PhD thesis and get feedback from advanced researchers from the field. There is also the possibility to take part at different workshops relating to research and the own professional development. During the next weeks the official conference theme will be announced and the conference website will be launched.


News archive


  1. Faculty of Psychology, Educational Science
    and Sport Science
  2. Department of Educational Science