Digitization is changing the life in the 21st century in all areas; be it professional, private or educational, digitization is unstoppable. In the years to come, digitization will play a central role in teaching and learning. This diploma thesis on "PP-Teaching in Change? On the Possibilities of Digitized Teaching Methods in Psychology and Philosophy Teaching” deals with PP-teaching and its future digitization. A critical analysis is used to find out if and how the ‘digital turn will affect psychology and philosophy lessons in the upcoming years. The work is divided into a theoretical, a practical and an empirical part. In the first step, the term ‘digitization is defined and the social changes are presented. Furthermore, the emergence of PP-teaching is briefly mentioned and the teaching methods of psychology as well as the didactic approaches of philosophy will be treated in more detail. Subsequently, the syllabus will be used to analyze the educational tasks and learning objectives. Following this, the controversially discussed competence orientation will be highlighted. In addition, the focus will be on digitization in schools. Therefore, the 'Masterplan Digitization' by Heinz Faßmann and Sebastian Kurz will be explained in detail. Additionally, five questions will be used to find out if and how digitization will affect PP-teaching. The practical part includes didactic considerations. These are supplemented by a lesson plan and working materials. The empirical part uses a questionnaire to find out about teachers opinion towards digitization of PP-lessons. It turns out that they prefer a combination of analog and digital content in PP-lessons in the future.