Was ist wirksamer Unterricht?

Wirksamer Unterricht

In den letzten drei Jahrzehnten haben sich die Ansichten was wirksamer Unterricht sein könnte fundamental verändert. Die alte Idee, dass Unterricht sich vor allem an den Unterrichtsinhalten orientieren könnte, um Wirksamkeit zu garantieren, muss verworfen werden. Die aktuelle empirische Bildungsforschung richtet den Fokus für die Bestimmung der Wirksamkeit vor allem an dem “Output” aus, also am resultierenden Lernerfolg. Einen Überblick über die aktuell Faktoren für einen gelungenen Unterricht geben die folgenden 8 kurzen und prägnanten Bände zu “Wirksamer Unterricht” die frei heruntergeladen heruntergeladen werden können:

8 Bände zu „Wirksamer Unterricht“:
  • Trautwein/Sliwka/Dehmel (2022): Grundlagen für einen wirksamen Unterricht (PDF)
  • Fauth/Leuders (2022): Kognitive Aktivierung im Unterricht (PDF)
  • Sliwka/Klopsch/Dumont (2022): Konstruktive Unterstützung im Unterricht (PDF)
  • Adl-Amini/Völlinger (2021): Kooperatives Lernen im Unterricht (PDF)
  • Käfer/Herbein/Fauth (2021): Formatives Feedback im Unterricht (PDF)
  • Leuders (2022): Aufgaben im Fachunterricht (PDF)
  • Seifried/Dresel/Rausch/Wuttke (2022). Umgang mit Fehlern im Unterricht (PDF)
  • Kalkavan-Aydın/Balzer (2022). Sprachsensibler Fachunterricht (PDF)
  • Eder/Scheiter/Lachner (2023). Einsatz digitaler Medien für einen wirksamen Unterricht (PDF)
  • Alle Bänden finden Sie hier zum freien Download.

    Workshop Lernmotivation

    Die Motivation ist beim Lernen der entscheidende Faktor, um Lerninhalte zu verstehen und zu behalten. Wenn die Motivation groß ist, nehmen Lernfreude und Interesse zu und führen zu guten Lernerfolgen. Dieser Workshop soll die unterschiedlichen Wege der Lernmotivation beleuchten und aufzeigen, wie die individuellen Lernprozesse und insbesondere das selbstregulierte Lernen der Studierenden im Rahmen einer Unterrichtseinheit gezielt gefördert werden können.


    Thomas Martens
    Thomas Martens
    Thomas Martens ist Professor für Pädagogische Psychologie an der Medical School Hamburg. Der Motivationsforscher leitete die Projekte SensoMot und Motdesign. In seinem aktuellen Forschungsprojekt untersucht er die Förderung der Lernmotivation durch Lerntagebücher. Er ist Editor der Frontline Learning Research

    SIG 27 Conference 2022 in Southamptom

    The next SIG 27 Conference 2022 will be held in Southhamptom

    SIG 27 Conference 2022 in Southamptom

    The theme of the 2022 SIG 27 conference is “Online measures at the crossroad of ethical and methodological challenges”. Many researchers using online measures are facing ethical challenges in collecting data and methodological challenges in analysing data. During this conference we would like to focus on these challenges and as a community we can further try to tackle these challenges through discussion and collaboration. The conference will yield a great platform for discussion and exchange of experience with different online measures such as multimodal and multichannel process measures, eye-tracking, brain-imaging methods, psychophysiological measures such as EDA and heart rate variability, video data, log data, observational data and the challenges that come along with them.

    The conference will be jointly organized by the SIG 27 and the University of Southampton, England.

    Conference Dates: 30/08/2022 – 01/09/2022
    Deadline for Registration: 08/07/2022
    Programme: PDF
    Conference Website: https://earli.org/SIG27-conference2022



    Program SIG 27 2022 website

    Program SIG 27 conference 2022

    Tuesday 30-8


    Registration & coffee


    Conference opening


    Parallel session 1

    Paper – Process data in digital learning environments

    Chair: TBA

    1. Dirk Tempelaar – Commonalities and uniqueness in different types of learning data

    2. Uwe Maier – Predictive modelling in digital learning environments with sequentially unordered learner data

    3. Reito Visajaani Salonen – Time on Task and Learning to Learn Competencies in Online Tests – An IRT Modelling Based Approach

    4. Chris Mayer – A systematic review of problem solving in open-ended learning environments using eye tracking

    NoNSPD – Reading

    Chair: TBA

    1. Ellen Kok – Using webcam-based eye-tracking to uncover reading strategies

    2. Carolien Knoop-van Campen – Can teachers use gaze displays to provide adaptive reading comprehension instruction?

    3. Egon Werlen – Squeezing lemons – emotions in impersonal non-fiction texts. Emotional analyses of students' texts

    NoNSPD – Mathematics

    Chair: TBA

    1. Nani Teig – Disadvantaged students who beat the odds: Examining academic resilience in mathematics and science

    2. Miitta Järvinen – Student Attention and Engagement During University Math Demos: A Multi-Person

    3. Febe Demedts – Physiological data to measure math anxiety: A validation study

    Eye-Tracking Study





    Kshitij Sharma


    Coffee break


    Symposia 1

    Invited EFG symposium

    Inside the black box of feedback: Approaches to capturing the cognitive processing of feedback information

    Organiser: Naomi Winstone Chair: Anastasiya Lipnevich Discussant: Naomi Winstone

    1. Jochem E. J. Aben – Dealing with errors while providing and processing peer-feedback on writing: A mixed-method approach

    2. Florence van Meenen – Medical education students’ processing and use of (discrepant) peer feedback

    3. Bertram Opitz – Feedback in the brain: the challenging case of the feedback-related negativity

    Invited SIG symposium

    SIG8 goes SIG27: Research on motivation and emotions in learning from a process-oriented perspective

    Organiser: Hanna Järvenoja Chair: Hanna Järvenoja Discussant: Roger Azevedo

    1. Jason Harley – Identifying and Addressing Gaps in Emotion Measurement: The Role of Theory and Multimodal Process Data

    2. Tiina Törmänen – Utilizing multimodal process data to track students’ affect and regulation in collaborative learning

    3. Thomas Martens – Data Granularity and Time Frame in Motivational Processes: Connecting Methods and Theories

    Advancing SRL Research with Artificial Intelligence (AI)

    Organiser: Andy Nguyen Chair: Inge Molenaar Discussant: Kshitij Sharma

    1. Rick Dijkstra – Clustering students’ learning behaviour to measure Self-Regulated Learning

    2. Muhterem Dindar – Exploring facial emotions synchrony within collaborative groups at dyadic and whole-group levels

    3. Andy Nguyen – Exploring regulatory activities for socially shared regulation with AI machine learning


    Interactive poster session

    Sanna Järvelä – Researching socially shared regulation – Experimental and control group multimodal data study Anouk Bakker – A World of (Mis)Information Within a Mouse-Click’s Reach: Comprehending Multiple Digital Texts José Janssen – Evidence-based design guidelines for multimedia in assessment

    Marcella Hoogeboom – How a combination of sensory data and process measures helps to understand (team) learning processes Jonna Malmberg – Capturing Children’s’ Metacognitive Thinking in Wicked Collaborative AI Task

    Rianne Kooi – Self-regulated learning support in adaptive learning technologies

    Aurora Troncoso-Ruiz – Online reading behavior and readers’ attention to source reliability in multiple digital texts Dorothy Duchatelet – How practice relates to performance in an online programming course


    Opening reception

    Wednesday 31-8


    Parallel session 2

    Paper – Eye-tracking in the classroom

    Chair: TBA

    1. Mandy Klatt – I see you – Expertise differences in the perception of classroom disruptions via mobile eye-tracking

    2. Saswati Chaudhuri – Teacher-student relationship quality associates with teachers’ visual focus of attention in Grade 1

    3. Vanda Capon-Sieber – Attention trajectories during a lesson

    4. Markku Hannula – Reflections on research methods and ethics of mobile eye-tracking

    Paper – Process data in digital learning tasks

    Chair: TBA

    1. Christin Lotz – Everything at once? – Orchestration of mono- & polytelic behavior while controlling complex problems

    2. David Galbraith – The relationship between writing processes and the development of understanding

    3. Kevin Ackermans – Development and Validation of an Instrument for Measuring ICT Skills for Personalized Learning

    4. Jochanan Veerbeek – Using digital process data from a computerized CBM maze reading task

    NoNSPD – Learning Analytics

    Chair: TBA

    1. Olaf Spittaels – Identifying learning analytics dashboards preferences in higher education

    2. Amber Hoefkens – Designing relevant, user-friendly

    3. Konstantinos Georgiadis – Smart and Ethical Learning Analytics Using Eye Movement Data for Assessing Reading Comprehension

    & qualitative feedback dashboards via educational design research


    Coffee break


    Symposia 2

    Invited SIG symposium

    Methodological and ethical challenges in writing process research with keystroke logging

    Organiser: Nina Vandermeulen Chair: TBA

    Discussant: David Galbraith

    1. Catherine Meulemans – Striking a balance between measurement generalizability and participant wellbeing

    2. Jens Roeser – Mixtures, not means: modelling the mental cascade into keystrokes

    3. Rianne Conijn – Benefits (and pitfalls) of using data- driven approaches for annotating keystroke data

    Measurement of SRL with Multiple Trace Data to improve Advanced Learning Technologies

    Organiser: Inge Molenaar Chair: Roger Azevedo Discussant: David Gijbels

    1. Roger Azevedo – Understanding Self-Regulatory Learning Across Advanced Learning Technologies Using Multimodal Data

    2. Anne Horvers – Exploring emotional responses to automated feedback: initial results of a multimodal approach

    3. Susanne de Mooij – Adapt to improve: measuring error processing in an online learning environment

    Alternative ways to model reading processes as measured with eye-tracking

    Organiser: Leen Catrysse & Tine van Daal Chair: Leen Catrysse

    Discussant: Johanna Kaakinen

    1. Leen Catrysse – How eye read: A social network approach

    2. Diane Mézière – Scanpath regularity as a measure of reading comprehension ability

    3. Tine van Daal – Unravelling students’ reading pattern: a longitudinal analysis of eye-tracking data





    Teresa Cerratto Pargman


    Coffee break


    Parallel session 3

    Paper – EDA, cardiovascular responses and facial expressions

    Chair: TBA

    1. Moritz Niemann – Electrodermal Activity and Judgments of Learning, Mental Effort estimates, and Task Difficulty

    2. Elina E. Ketonen – Cardiovascular responses to students’ daily-reported excitement and boredom

    3. Ahsen Çini – How multiple levels of metacognitive awareness operates in collaborative problem solving

    NoNSPD – Learning from and testing with multimedia

    Chair: TBA

    1. Marijn Gijsen – Dealing with smaller sample sizes: A Bayesian approach

    2. Jorik G. Arts – Multimedia effect in testing with representational and decorative pictures

    NoNSPD – Self-regulated learning

    Chair: TBA

    1. Tudor Cristea – Dimensions of Self-Regulated Learning: Survey, Clickstream, or Both?

    2. Héctor J. Pijeira-Díaz – Natural language processing as online measure of student answers for self- regulated learning


    Sponsors’ slot I


    Sponsors' slot II


    Conference dinner

    Thursday 1-9


    Symposia 3

    Supporting self-regulated learning with data analytics and artificial intelligence

    Organiser: Dragan Gasevic & Sanna Järvelä Chair: TBA

    Discussant: Leen Catrysse

    1. Andy Nguyen – Tracing Affective Triggers for Collaborative Learning Regulation with Facial Expression Recognition

    2. Lyn Lim – Effects of Personalized Scaffolds on Self- Regulated Learning based on Student’s Learning Processes

    3. Yizhou Fan – When and why learners benefit from personalised scaffoldings for self-regulated learning

    Machines with meaning: The potential of machine learning in educational research

    Organiser: Nora McIntyre Chair: Nora McIntyre Discussant: Christian Bokhove

    1. Babette Bühler – Video-based mind-wandering detection employing gaze features in temporal models during reading

    2. Lonneke Boels – Gaze-Based Machine Learning Analysis of Students’ Learning During Solving Graph Items

    3. Nora McIntyre – Interpretable machine learning insights into inequalities in access to online learning

    Invited EFG symposium

    Organiser: Roger Azevedo Chair: Roger Azevedo Discussant: TBA

    1. Roger Azevedo – Effectiveness of immersive virtual reality to augment teachers’ instructional decision- making for teaching self-regulation during STEM learning

    2. Foysal Mubarek – Capturing teacher education students’ SRL strategies in a VR-based STEM task using think aloud

    3. Daryn Dever – Teachers’ perceptions on the integration of VR technology in classrooms


    Coffee break


    Parallel session 4

    Paper – (Self-regulated) learning with multimedia

    Chair: TBA

    1. Andrienne Kerkchoffs – The Impact of the Background in Instructional Videos on Attention and Learning

    2. Megan Wiedbusch – Identifying Learner Profiles using Metacognitive Judgment Accuracy and Bias to Explore Learning

    3. Daryn Dever – Embedded Pedagogical Agents’ Support of Learners’ Self-regulated Strategy Use

    NoNSPD – Problem solving

    Chair: TBA

    1. Johanna Pöysä-Tarhonen – How to better understand social aspects of remote collaborative problem solving in dyads?

    2. Sabrina Ludwig – Investigating Problem-Solving Behaviour in an Adaptive Office Simulation Using N- grams

    3. Anna Shvarts – Student-tutor joint attention in scaffolding mathematical problem solving

    Paper – Collaborative learning and problem solving

    Chair: TBA

    1. Joni Lämsä – How does gaze reflect collaborative knowledge construction kinematics?

    2. Verena Schürmann – Measuring peer collaboration in higher education and beyond: An integrative framework

    3. Eetu Haataja – Struggling in sync – Physiological synchrony reflecting challenges in collaborative learning

    4. Laura Brandl – Complex Skills in Simulations: Predicting Performance with Theoretically Derived Process Features





    Lars-Erik Malmberg


    Coffee break


    Panel discussion


    Closing session &

    SIG 27 business meeting

    See you at the SIG 27 Conference 2022 in Southampton!


    Gerne biete ich Workshops im Bereich der Motivation & Lernmotivation für Lehrende in Bildungsinstitutionen an. Die Inhalte fußen auf meiner praktischen Erfahrung in der Lehre sowie meinen aktuellen Forschungsarbeiten.


    Gerne halte ich Vorträge, Reden oder Keynotes zu vielen Themen der Motivation und der Lernmotivation. Die Inhalte basieren auf meinen theoretischen und empirischen Forschungsarbeiten sowie meinen persönlichen Erfahrungen.