Dr. Andreas Lachner is Junior Professor for learning and teaching with digital media (in subject teaching) at the University of Tübingen and he is associated researcher at the Multiple Representations Lab at the Leibniz-Institute of Knowledge Media.
His work includes research on effects of automated, computer-based feedback on students‘ academic writing and the use of instructional explanations and self-explanations of students while learning with digital media. Furthermore, Dr. Andreas Lachner is interested in examining effects of teachers’ professional competence on the quality of teaching with digital media and he investigates effects of cognitive and affective processes on teachers’ planning and realization of instructional activities with digital media.
Dr. Andreas Lachner is a member of the Leibniz-Institute of Knowledge Media (IWM) as well as of the Tuebingen School of Education.
The chair is funded by the Quality Campaign Teacher Education by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) until 2019.