Associate senior lecturer/Assistant Professor at Department of Physics and Astronomy, Physics Education Research
My research interests revolve around the use of modern technology in physics education, physics students' interaction and communication, embodied cognition in physics learning, and physics teacher education. My teaching predominantly focuses on pre-service training of upper secondary-school physics teachers. I want my students to learn to think like scientists. To help them achieve this I make use of the Investigative Science learning Environment (ISLE) approach to structure my teaching.
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