Motivation killer school? Thu, 2nd April 2020, 8:00 pm Ways to an individual and talent-oriented learning environment Christine Frotscher Lecture How should schools be designed to maintain and promote motivation and motivation to perform? School should prepare children for life and enable them to discover and live out their talents. A lecture on why self-directed and exploratory learning is important in this context and which things are crucial for a motivating learning environment. Why homework is often “poison” and why, in an unsuitable learning environment, giftedness and underachievement often go hand in hand. Christine Frotscher holds a degree in psychology from the University of Ludwigshafen and specializes in diagnostics (including special intellectual giftedness; partial performance disorders, AD(H)S)), learning strategy coaching for highly gifted children/young people and moderation school/parents/children. In the series Rethinking School In cooperation with the GEW Rhein-Neckar Further events of the series can be found here. Hint Dear Guests, due to the intensifying developments and the corresponding official orders of the City of Heidelberg in the context of the measures to contain corona virus infections, all events at the DAI Heidelberg will be cancelled from March 13 to April 19, 2020 inclusive.