Congratulations: The paper "Build-up and release from proactive interference: The forward testing effect in children’s spatial memory" by Alp Aslan and Veit Kubik is published in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology in April 2024.more
Which learning and teaching method is most effective? Or is it better to combine several learning methods to enhance lasting learning? These and other questions are answered in the podcast series „Bildungsmärchen - Pädagogische Mythen entzaubert“. In the latest episodes, researchers from the DFG research group discuss desirable difficulties in learning.
The meeting of the DFG-Research Group took place on December 11th, 2023.
Dr. Tino Endres has been invited to be the junior keynote speaker at the Joint Special Interest Group Conference of EARLI SIG 6 (Instructional Design) and SIG 7 (Technology-Enhanced Learning and Instruction), which is held in Tübingen (August 21-23, 2024).more
Congratulations on the publication of the paper "Motivation brought to the test: Successful retrieval practice is modulated by mastery goal orientation and external rewards" by Tino Endres and Alexander Eitel in Applied Cognitive Psychology in December 2023.more
We are pleased to announce that Tino Endres, Veit Kubik, Kenneth Koslowski, Florian Hahne and Alexander Renkl published the paper "Immediate learning benefits of retrieval tasks: On the role of self-regulated relearning, metacognition, and motivation" in the German Journal of Developmental and Educational Psychology.more
The WIASLL 2023 provided a unique learning environment and platform for scientific exchange for doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers from psychology, education and the learning sciences working on the topic of lasting learning. The Autumn School took place from 9 to 13 October at the University of Würzburg, Germany.more
The poster titled "Does constructive retrieval enhance lasting learning of complex material in physics? ", presented by the authors Johanna Bohm, Tino Endres, Claudia von Aufschnaiter, Andreas Vorholzer, Alexander Eitel, Alexander Renkl was awarded with a poster prize at JURE2023, The 27th Annual JURE Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction, 20-21 August 2023 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Congratulations: The paper "Happy together? On the relationship between Research on retrieval practice and generative learning using the case of follow‑up learning tasks" by Julian Roelle, Tino Endres, Roman Abel, Niklas Obergassel, Matthias Nückles and Alexander Renkl was published in the Educational Psychology Review in August 2023.more
In recent years, Open Sciencea has become a central part of good scientific practice. The aim of Open Science is to make scientific processes more transparent and sustainable, and to prevent questionable scientific practices (such as p-hacking or HARKing). The Open Science workshop took place on the 7th and 14th of March 2023.more