Educational Psychology Working Group

Iva Stuchlíková
Iva Stuchlíková

University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Department of Psychology

Stephan Dutke
Stephan Dutke
Vice Chair

University of Münster, Germany

Working group members:

  • prof. Jiří Mareš (UK Hradec Králové)
  • assoc. prof. Anna Kucharská (UK Praha)
  • assoc. prof. Irena Smetáčková (UK Praha)
  • Josef Lukas, Ph.D. (MU Brno)
  • assoc. prof. Helen Bakker (U Utrecht)

Educational Psychology is a broad domain covering many phenomena associated with learning, teaching, school and instruction, family education and upbringing and social and cultural contexts of them all. The educational psychology group expects coverage of a variety of topics, both in research as well as practice. These, among others, include:

  • Cognitive and metacognitive contributions to learning
  • Assessment of educational processes, learning and development
  • Self-regulation and learning
  • Motivation, emotions, social emotional learning/development
  • Sociocultural contexts of teaching and learning
  • Teachers, their support and teaching processes
  • School adjustment; development and instruction
  • Neuroscience of learning
  • Psychology of literacy and literacy instruction
  • Computers, the internet, and new media for learning
  • Exceptional learners
  • Educational interventions, evaluation, research, and policy
  • Children’s rights in education
  • School violence, crisis and intervention