Said Hadjerrouit received the MS and PhD degrees in informatics from the Technical University of Berlin (Germany), in 1985 and 1992, respectively. He joined Agder University, Kristiansand (Norway) in 1991. He is currently Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Mathematical Sciences. He has been in the teaching profession for 30 years.
Hadjerrouit has extensive experience teaching in object-oriented programming, software development, Web engineering, didactics of informatics, mathematics education, and digital tools in mathematics teaching.
His research interests include Web design, didactics of informatics, ICT and learning, e-Learning, digital tools in mathematics education, Web 2.0 technologies, and learning philosophies in mathematics education.
1987-1991: Ph.D. student at Technische Universität Berlin (Germany), Department of Informatics.
1991-1993: Assistant professor at Agder University College, Department of Electronic Data Processing.
1998: Visiting professor at Technische Universität Berlin (Germany), Department of Informatics and Society.
1993-2009: Associate professor at University of Agder, Department of Mathematical Sciences.
2003: Visiting professor at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec (Canada).
Since 2010: Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Agder
2013: Visiting professor at the University of Montpellier, Montpellier (France)
Main interests include Web design, didactics of informatics, ICT and learning, e-Learning, mathematics education, digital tools in mathematics education, Web 2.0 technologies, teaching and learning theories, philosophy and mathematics education.
Teaching and supervision experience at B.Sc., M.Sc. level since 1985 and Ph.D. level since 2008. The courses have mainly been devoted to computer science, computer science education, teacher education, and mathematics education.
MA-602: Doctoral course on theories of teaching and learning in mathematics education
MA-421: Master course on digital tools in mathematics education
Member of MERGA (Mathematics EducationResearch Group Agder), at UiA, https://www.uia.no/forskning/teknologi-og-realfag/matematikkdidaktikk
Participation in several research projects funded by MatRIC (Center for Research, Innovation and Coordination of Mathematics Teaching) at UiA, http://www.matric.no/
· Project with emphasis on the use of simulations and visualization tools in mathematics education.
· Project with emphasis on computer-based assessment systems in mathematics education.
A new project on affordances and constraints of innovative digital technologies in mathematics education in collaboration with the University of Montpellier (France), and the University of Werten cape (Cape Town, Republic of South Africa)
Currently supervising or co-supervising the following PhD students:
· Helge Fredriksen: Mathematics education and Flipped Classroom. Funded by MatRIC. Period: 2015-2019.
· Eivind Hillesund: Students’ use of resources in mathematics education. Period: 2017-2020.
Hadjerrouit, S. (2010). An Empirical Evaluation of Technical and Pedagogical Usability Criteria for Web-Based Learning Resources with Middle School Students.SITE 2010 Conference. San Diego, CA, USA.
Hadjerrouit, S. (2012). Using Wikis for Collaborative Learning: Critical Evaluation and Recommendations.E-Society Conference 2012.Berlin, Germany.
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