Hermann Astleitner Mag. Dr.

Hermann Astleitner Mag. Dr.
Ao.Univ.-Prof. (equal to Associate Professor)

Paris-Lodron-University of Salzburg / Department of Educational Science
Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1, 5020 Salzburg

Tel.: 43 (0)662 8044 4208
Fax.: 43 (0)662 6389 4208

Please fix all consultation hours in advance by e-mail!
Consultation hours take place by telephone or video conferencing.
Information on courses can be found in PLUSonline and E-LEARNING (Blackboard).


Scholar.google (10.22): Citations: 3065, h: 28, i10: 52

ORCID-ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2934-7126

Curriculum vitae
1963: born in Linz
1984-1992: Diploma (1.1) and doctoral studies (1.0) in education with “distinction” (Paris-Lodron-University of Salzburg (PLUS))
1996: Habilitation in educational science (PLUS)
1997-: Associate professor (permanent position (tenure), BDG 1979) (PLUS)
1999: Appointment C3 full-professorship (TU Dresden, rejected)
2002: Appointment C4 full-professorship (University of Erfurt, rejected)
2005: 3rd place on the full professor appointment list (University of Linz)
2005: 2nd place on the full professor appointment list (University of Klagenfurt)
2002-2006: Chairman of the curriculum commission for education (PLUS)
2011-2019: Management (with J. Zumbach)/Teaching within Teaching in Higher Education Program (PLUS)
2013-2019: Chairman of the Higher Education Quality Management Group (PLUS)
2015-2019: Deputy Head of Department of Educational Research (PLUS)

1984-1988: Merit Grants
1990: Kurt Gödel Scholarship

Research stays
1991: Florida State University (USA)
2001: University of Erfurt (D)

AEPF (Working Group for Empirical Educational Research)
DGfE (German Society for Educational Science)
EERA (European Educational Research Association)
ÖFEB (Austrian Society for Research and Development in Education)
DSP College Global Competence, Futures Literacy and Professionalism in the Global Migration Society
DSP College Human Development, Learning, and Instruction in Times of Global Change
Department of Education: Digital Learning Research Group

Main areas of work
– Instructional systems design: instruction and learning, new media and learning
– Education and human development: critical thinking, affective learning
– Social research methods: theory development, intervention research
These main areas of work concern theory and method development and testing empirical-quantitative basic research. Applications (also in supervised bachelor, master and doctoral theses) can be found in various fields of applied education, in many areas of education and training, media education, political education, evaluation/quality development of research, processes and products as well as in youth work, educational counseling and individual pedagogical work.

Research projects
Third-party funded
[1] 1991: Motivational adaptive computer-assisted instruction (FWF: P7701-SOZ)[2] 1994: Learning with hypertexts (FWF: P09484-HIS)[3] 1996: Textbook CDROM evaluation (Austrian Federal Publishing House, with J. Thonhauser)[4] 1998: Telelearning (P19, Austrian Fachhochschule Council, Head: W. Schinagl)[5] 2002: Virtual thinking school (Krit.net, Cornelsen-Verlag, Germany, with D. Leutner)[6] 2005: Self-regulated teacher training (SLF, Luxembourg, with F. Hofmann)[7] 2008: Further training for teachers ONLINE (WELO, § 26, Luxembourg)[8] 2019-: Team-, Assessment- and Scaffolding-based School Development (TASS, §27, Luxembourg) 
Not significantly third-party funded
[9] 1998: FEASP: Emotion and Teaching[10] 2006: Task-Based Learning[11] 2010: Parallel Worlds and Critical Thinking[12] 2012: Love – How to Acquire Complex Emotions[13] 2014: Social Science Theory Development[14] 2018: TEVO: From testing to development in elementary school (with M. Katstaller)[15] 2018: DELI: Deeper Learning Intervention (with School-of-Education)[16] 2018: MEHEL: Multidimensional Engagement in Learning[17] 2020-: CIS: Collegiality in Science (with J. Zumbach)[18] 2022-: DALA: Digital Affective Learning Assignments[19] 2022-: AAP: Attitude Assessment for Pilots (with N.F. Obauer) 

Reviewing/Editorial boards
– Swiss Science Foundation – Swiss Virtual Campus– Leibnitz Gemeinschaft – Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft– Deutscher Wissenschaftsrat – Deutsches Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung– Applied Cognitive Psychology – European Journal of Psychology in Education – Computers & Education– Learning & Instruction – Zeitschrift für Pädagogische Psychologie – Psychologie in Erziehung und Unterricht– European Journal of Teacher Education – Zeitschrift für Hochschulentwicklung– Psychology Learning and Teaching – Social Sciences & Humanities Open – Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education– Medienpädagogik: Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis der Medienbildung – Computers & Education: Artificial Intelligence

Guest professorships/teaching positions
ETH/University of Zurich, Ministère de l´Education Nationale Luxembourg, University of Erfurt,University of Salzburg, University of Linz, University of Klagenfurt, University of Innsbruck, University of Krems, FH Aarau/University of Bern, FH Hagenberg, Ecclesiastical University of Education Vienna,Pedagogical Institute Graz, Pedagogical Institute Linz

Third Mission
Teacher continuing education in Luxembourg, Switzerland and Austria