Research Projects

  • 2nd funding phase
  • Follow-up project: Language awareness and multilingualism - Developing a resource-oriented didactics for heritage and foreign language education with the example of Russian and Polish heritage speakers
    Prof. Dr. Grit Mehlhorn, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Brehmer, University of Leipzig, University of Greifswald
  • Follow-up project: MEG-SKoRe II - Multilingualism as a linguistic and cognitive resource in English language acquisition in primary school
    Prof. Dr. Holger Hopp, Dr. Dieter Thoma, TU Braunschweig, University of Mannheim
  • Follow-up project: MehrSprachen (ManyLanguages): An Intervention Study to Enhance Metalinguistic Awareness and Language Skills among Primary School Children
    Anja Wildemann, University of Koblenz-Landau
  • Follow-up project: meRLe - Promoting reading skills in German via multilingual- sensitive reciprocal teaching in primary education
    Prof. Dr. Jasmin Decristan, Jun. Prof. Dr. Dominique Rauch, University of Wuppertal Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education (DIPF)
  • Follow-up project: MIKS II – Dissemination of a professionalisation and school development concept in an age of new migration
    Prof. Dr. Sara Fürstenau, Dr. Katrin Huxel , University of Hamburg
  • Follow-up project: MuM-Multi II - Fostering language in multilingual mathematics classrooms – multilingual strategies of resident and newly arrived emergent bilinguals
    Prof. Dr. Susanne Prediger, Prof. Dr. Angelika Redder, TU Dortmund University, University of Hamburg
  • Follow-up project: SchriFT II - Writing in subject-specific lower secondary education, with the inclusion of Turkish. An intervention study on the effectiveness of interdisciplinary and subject-specific writing support in cooperative learning settings
    Prof. Dr. Heike Roll, Prof. Dr. Markus Bernhardt, Dr. Erkan Gürsoy, Prof. Dr. Heiko Krabbe, Prof. Dr. Martin Lang, Prof. Dr. Sabine Manzel, Dr. Isil Ulucam-Wegamann, University of Duisburg-Essen
  • Follow-up Project: TimO: Text Revision in Multilingual Secondary Schools
    Prof. Dr. Nicole Marx, Prof. Dr. Torsten Steinhoff, University of Bremen, University of Siegen
  • IMKi - Effects of active integration of multilingualism in preschools
    Prof. Dr. Jens Kratzmann, Prof. Dr. Steffi Sachse , PH Heidelberg (University of Education), Catholic University of Eichstätt- Ingolstadt
  • MEZ - Multilingual development. A longitudinal perspective
    Dr. Ingrid Gogolin, Dr. Christoph Gabriel, Dr. Michel Knigge, Dr. Marion Krause, Dr. Peter Siemund, University of Hamburg, University of Mainz, University of Potsdam
  • 1st funding phase
  • BiPeer Project: Facilitating German reading skills in bilingual primary school children by peer learning
    Dr. Dominique Rauch, Dr. Jasmin Decristan , IDeA-Zentrum am Deutschen Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung, Abteilung Bildungsqualität und Evaluation
  • MEG-SKoRe – Multilingualism as a linguistic and cognitive resource in English language acquisition in primary school
    PD Dr. Holger Hopp, Dr. Dieter Thoma, Prof. Dr. Rosemarie Tracy, University of Mannheim, Faculty of Philosophy
  • Metalinguistic interaction in multilingual learning settings as a predictor for language awareness and its significance for language formation in German, foreign and heritage languages (individual project)
    Prof. Dr. Anja Wildemann, Prof. Dr. Hans Reich, University of Koblenz-Landau, Institut für Bildung im Kindes- und Jugendalter
  • Multilingualism as a field of action in intercultural school development. An intervention study at primary schools. (MIKS) (Individual project)
    Prof. Dr. Sara Fürstenau, University of Muenster, Institute for Educational Sciences
  • Multiliteracy: the interrelation between language abilities in the first- and second languages and extra-linguistic factors
    Prof. Dr. Claudia Maria Riehl, Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich, Institut Deutsch als Fremdsprache: Chair: Prof. Riehl
  • MuM-Multi - Fostering language in multilingual mathematics classrooms – efficacy and effects of mono- and bilingual interventions
    Prof. Dr. Susanne Prediger, Prof. Dr. Angelika Redder, Prof. Dr. Jochen Rehbein, TU Dortmund University, University of Hamburg
  • Performed multilingualism in drama and theatre-pedagogical settings in subject and project lessons. An empirical study of linguistically and culturally heterogeneous contexts in consideration of heritage languages and German as a second language.
    Prof. Dr. Martina Rost-Roth , University of Augsburg
  • Russian and Polish heritage languages as a resource in the classroom: Investigating the role of school and family contexts for the use of heritage languages by students with a migration background
    Prof. Dr. Bernhard Brehmer (Greifswald), Prof. Dr. Grit Mehlhorn (Leipzig) , University of Greifswald, Institute for Slavistics and Leipzig University, Institute for Slavistics
  • Writing skills involving Turkish in lower secondary education - An empirical study on the effects of writing skills in subject lessons and in the heritage language Turkish
    Prof. Dr. Heike Roll, Prof. Dr. Markus Bernhardt, Prof. Dr. Hans E. Fischer, Prof. Dr. Heiko Krabbe, Prof. Dr. Martin Lang, Prof. Dr. Sabine Manzel, Dr. Işıl Uluçam-Wegmann , University of Duisburg-Essen
  • Writing skills support in multilingual secondary schools. The effect of profiled revision tasks on the written production of 6th grade students in the L1s German and Turkish and the L2 German
    Prof. Dr. Nicole Marx (Bremen) and Prof. Dr. Torsten Steinhoff (Dortmund) , University of Bremen and University of Siegen