There are different perspectives. We research collaboratively.
The Competence Network for Empirical Educational Research (KeBU) thrives on the collaboration between researchers at the University of Freiburg and the University of Education Freiburg. KEBU members contribute their expertise from integrating subject-specific teaching and learning research with the natural, cultural and social sciences, the arts and physical education, as well as educational science, psychology and sociology. Freiburg’s particular strength lies in general and subject-specific research on learning and teaching, classroom research and research on professionalization. Here you will find an overview of ongoing and completed research projects of our members in graduate schools and other projects.
Our doctoral and postdoctoral programs are more than just an instrument for the structured training of young researchers. They are research programs in which scientists from the University of Freiburg and the University of Education Freiburg work together on interdisciplinary research questions.
Didactics of digital teaching: Digitally supported teaching and learning environments for cognitive activation
Objectives: Development and empirical validation of research-based teaching-learning methods with digital tools for use in the classroom.
Partners: University of Education Freiburg and University of Freiburg
Principal Investigators: Prof. Dr. Jan M. Boelmann, Prof. Dr. Matthias Nückles, Prof. Dr. Timo Leuders & Prof. Dr. Katharina Loibl
QuaMath: Developing teaching and training quality in mathematics
Principal Investigators: Prof. Dr. Susanne Prediger, Prof. Dr. Christoph Selter, Prof. Dr. Anand Pant, Prof. Dr. Daniela Götze, Prof. Dr. Lars Holzäpfel, Prof. Dr. Bettina Rösken-Winter, Prof. Dr. Jürg Kramer