Bettina Mann

Mag. phil. Bettina Mann
Research Assistant

Hellbrunnerstr. 34, 5020 Salzburg

Tel.: +43 (0) 662 / 8044-7311
Fax.: +43 (0) 662 / 8044-7311
E-Mail: Bettina.Mann[at]

Room: 3.020, Freisaal („Nawi“), 3rd Floor

Short CV

Bettina Mann has a degree in educational sciences from the Paris Lodron University Salzburg. She is currently working as a PhD Student at the University of Salzburg’s School of Education. Her research focuses on TPACK and Reflective Competences. In her thesis she investigates development and influencing factors of TPACK and reflective competences.
Moreover, she also examines correlations between reflective competences, TPACK and lesson planning as well as ways to incorporate TPACK into lesson planning.


Zeitlhofer, I., Hörmann, S., Mann, B., Hallinger, K., & Zumbach, J. (2023). Effects of Cognitive and Metacognitive Prompts on Learning Performance in Digital Learning Environments. Knowledge3(2), 277-292.

Zumbach, J., Zeitlhofer, I., Mann, B., Hoermann, S., Reisenhofer, B. (2022). The Appraisal Principle in Multimedia Learning: Impact of Appraisal Processes, Modality, and Codality. Multimodal Technologies & Interaction, 6, 58.