Cand. Scient in Theoretical Astrophysics.
1993 Teacher at Aftenskolen, teaching STEM course
1994 Teacher at Risør VGS, teaching STEM courses
2000-2002 Programme coordinator for STEM courses at Department of Engineering Sciences
2001-2008 Project leader for the e-learning programme parAbel
2008-2015 Programme coordinator for STEM courses at Department of Engineering Sciences
2014 Coordinator for 2 network in MatRIC, Digital Assessment and Video.
Since 1993 Assisstant professor at University of Agder (former AiD and HiA)
Main interests lie within the use of Computer aided assessment (CAA) in teaching. Use of CAA-tools for learning, testing and exams.
Tools in use are:
Use of video in teaching (Flipped classroom) and the connection between CAA and video,
MA-169 Mathematics 1 for electronics
MA-170 Mathematics 2 for electronics
MA-171 Statistics and ecomony for electronics- and computer science
MA-013 Mathematics preCourse, half year course
MA-014 Mathematics preCourse, one year course
FYS013 Physics preCourse, half year course
FYS014 Physics preCourse, one year course
MatRIC is a learning community working for excellence in teaching mathematics in Norwegian universities and university colleges. MatRIC seeks the creation and dissemination of knowledge and experience that will guarantee world class learning opportunities in mathematics for Norwegian students.
This network aims to connect university level mathematics teachers who are working on the production of video resources for teaching and learning mathematics (for streaming, tutorial support, flipped classroom approaches, blended learning and MOOCS).
The goal of this network is to connect university level mathematics teachers who are using, or thinking about using, computer aided assessment to support their students' learning.
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