Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: In a digital children's world

Richard Göllner about online lessons for children

Since the onset of the Corona pandemic, children's learning behavior has changed at school and in their free time. More and more children are now taking online courses in the afternoons after their (mostly digital) school lessons. Piano, ballet or gymnastics lessons that used to take place in a classroom setting now often take place as video conferences in the child's room.
Richard Göllner, Professor of Educational Effectiveness at the University of Tübingen, has conducted a comprehensive study investigating digital teaching in Baden-Württemberg during the first Corona lockdown.

In the FAZ article (in German) Richard Göllner explains, among other things, how much digitization children can be expected to handle and what they should be aware of when taking online lessons.