Dr. Martin Daumiller is an assistant professor at the University of Augsburg, Germany and a fellow at the College for Interdisciplinary Educational Research (CIDER). After his teacher training, a Master of Education, and a Bachelor of Mathematics at the University of Augsburg, Germany, and the University of Turin, Italy, he was a research fellow in the Department of Psychology at the University of Augsburg. He finished his Ph.D. in Psychology in 2017 on the topic of university scholars’ motivations for teaching and research. He pursued multiple research stays abroad, including the University of Rochester (USA) and the University of Korea (South Korea). He received the Robert J. Menges New Researcher Award 2020 granted by the AERA FTED SIG and serves as Junior Coordinator of the EARLI Motivation and Emotion SIG and as Co-Chair of the Early Career Scholars Committee of the AERA Motivation SIG. His research interests entail motivation and the fostering of motivation in educational settings, academic dishonesty, faculty experiences and behaviors, as well as learning with digital media.
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