Science Education

Oink, oink makes the pig – Pictures and gestures are effective support methods in foreign language teaching for children

Foreign language teaching in primary schools literally opens up new worlds for primary school children: with a large portion of curiosity, willingness to learn…

How Humans and Machines Navigate Complex Situations

Which career is right for me? Which pension scheme should I invest in? Which chess move should I make next? In many of the decisions we make, the number of…

A gene activated in infant and young brains determines learning capacity in adulthood

During early postnatal development, primary sensory regions of the brain undergo periods of heightened plasticity (critical period), which sculpt neural…

The Maturation Pattern of the Hippocampus Drives Human Memory Deve

Parents know one of the paradoxes of human development well: Toddlers seem to acquire knowledge about their world effortlessly, but at the same time they often…

Cebit 2018: Saarbrücken Start-up combines Tinkering and Programming for Elementary School Kids

“The teaching materials available today are either overly complex, under-stimulating, or only appeal to children who already have a keen interest in…

The classroom of tomorrow – DFKI and TUK open lab for new digital teaching and learning methods

Our educational system considers individual learning to be key for a modern and inclusive society. Nevertheless, today's learning environments seem to take a…

Studying outdoors is better

“There is still a conceptual gap between teaching science and environmental education,” says Dr. Ulrich Dettweiler, Associate Professor of Education at the…

Classroom in Stuttgart with Li-Fi of Fraunhofer HHI opened

The VLC technology (also referred as Li-Fi) is a possible alternative to traditional WLAN technology. Data transmission is equally wireless, though not via…

Starting school boosts development

Sitting still, following lessons, resisting distractions by fellow pupils and other enticements – starting school is a challenge for first-year pupils, who…

New Master’s programme: University of Kaiserslautern educates experts in quantum technology

Lasers, microprocessors, smartphones – they all work thanks to quantum mechanics. New technologies come from new understanding of quantum phenomena, and new…

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