Does emotional stress throw children out of balance? How much does the relationship between teacher and student affect the emotional stability of a child, and to what extent can the emotional demeanor of teachers affect the learning success of the students?

We assume that children experience mostly supportive behavior from teachers, but that it nonetheless can come to emotionally hurtful behavior from both sides. We would like to know: how does this affect the motor and cognitive performance of the children, and which differences exist between children?

Are there factors that can protect children or make them especially susceptible? We want to support the teachers in promoting resilience while educating their students, and in promoting the joy of learning as well as a positive self-concept.

Finally, there is also the question of how, as part of the inclusion focus point "Emotional Development", the handling of emotions can be incorporated into the school day, or, respectively, how it already has been incorporated.