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12. May 2021

DFG approves new Research Training Group “Subject-Specific Learning and Interaction in Elementary School” at MLU

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The Senate of the German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved the application for the Research Training Group (RTG) 2731 “Subject-Specific Learning and Interaction in Elementary School”. This will provide Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and University of Kassel with around four million euros for the training of doctoral students until 2026. The new research projects will focus on interactive practice in German and mathematics teaching in elementary schools.

(from MLU press release No 071/2021 from May 10, 2021)

About GRK 2731

Research Training Group “Subject-Specific Learning and Interaction in Elementary School (GRK 2731)” spokesperson: Prof. Dr. Georg Breidenstein (funding 2022-2026)

10. Jan 2020

Research training group “Intermediation and Translation in Transition”

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spokesperson: Prof. Dr. Jörg Dinkelaker, coordinator: Dr. Klara-Aylin Wenten (funded by Hans Böckler Foundation (HBS) 2019-2023)

The Research Training Group “Vermittlung und Übersetzung im Wandel – Relationale Praktiken der Differenzbearbeitung angesichts neuer Grenzen der Teilhabe an Wissen und Arbeit” explores changes in practices and settings of intermediation and translation unfolding in the context of advancing digitalisation, automation and globalisation in the world of work. We aim for a better understanding of intermediation and translation as two modes of dealing with the boundaries of access to knowledge and societal participation.

The studies conducted within the group proceed on a transdisciplinary (educational science, business studies, linguistics, sociology) and empirical basis, continuously conscious of the broader context of societal transformation. Our objective is to cast light, from a relational perspective, on the challenges and limitations of facilitating people’s access to societal participation via intermediation and translation. [read more]

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