Classroom Research Doctoral Research Group

Classroom research focuses on the analysis and evaluation of teaching and learning processes that are planned and implemented by trained teaching professionals and take place in institutions within a regulated framework. Research into teaching and learning processes explores on the one hand institutional and staffing conditions such as the type of school or knowledge of the teaching staff. It also considers the learning outcomes such as the performance and motivation of the learners in the analysis and evaluation of teaching and learning processes.

Doctoral Degree

The respective faculty confers the doctoral degree Dr. phil.

Spokesperson

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Doctoral Supervisors

  • Prof. Dr. Michael Ahlers
  • Prof. Dr. Anne Barron
  • Prof. Dr. Poldi Kuhl
  • Prof. Dr. phil. Gerlinde Lenske
  • Prof. Dr. Stephan Schiemann
  • Prof. Dr. Silke Ruwisch

Doctoral Courses

As a doctoral candidate at Leuphana, you not only write your dissertation, but also participate in the interdisciplinary doctoral courses to the extent of 30 credit points, which include (inter)disciplinary colloquia (Research Forum I and Research Forum II) and furthermore comprises four interdisciplinary modules on research ethics, research methods, scientific practice and current perspectives on science. Please find more information about Leuphana's doctoral courses here.