Big questions need joint answers

European Science-Practice Initiative for Adaptive Teaching

European cooperation with excellent partners is a key for Germany to regain a leading position in education. In this context, Ulrich Trautwein, Lisa Bardach, Christian Fischer and Benjamin Nagengast, together with a number of project partners, have obtained funding from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Within the collaborative project "Big Questions Need Joint Answers: A European Science-Practice Initiative for Adaptive Teaching", they will receive around €212,000 for their sub-project "Network Coordination and Dissemination". Hanna Dumont (University of Potsdam) and Anne Sliwka (University of Heidelberg) are also involved in the network with other projects. The duration is three years.