Projects in the didactics of mathematics
Seminars and consulting of teaching math and science subjects from university to primary school.
Computer Algebra Systems,
Lower secondary school
Mathematics teacher education,
The Anthropological Theory of Didactics,
Numbers, Arithemtic and Algebra.
Foundation of Geometry.
Introduction to Analysis .
Investigation and development of mathematics teacher knowledge on the use of CAS in the teaching of school algebra : potentials and obstacles for novice and experienced teachers.
A more refined examination of different types of spontaneous orchestrations of CAS by teachers in lower secondary school, with a special focus on school algebra (abstracted arithmetic, equation solving, functions and function modelling).
Investigate new formats to enhance teachers’ autonomous work with such orchestrations, including tools to assess the impact of specific CAS use on student learning.
To identify potentials and obstacles for the idea that CAS-use might serve to introduce students to more advanced mathematical topics and working modes (such as modeling, and simple theoretical reasoning).
Analysing student teachers’ lesson plans : Mathematical and didactical organisations. / Carlsen, Louise Meier. Proceedings of the Ninth Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education. red. / Konrad Krainer; Nadia Vondrová. 2015. s. 2949 - 2950.
Combining CAS based teaching with lesson study : A Theoretical paper. / Carlsen, Louise Meier. Mathematics and Science: The relationships and disconnections between research and education: Papers from a doctoral course at the University of Copenhagen. red. / Marianne Achiam; Carl Winsløw. Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015. s. 51- 60 (IND's Skriftserie, Vol. 39).
Born 3 August 1981 in Haslev, Denmark.
Married, two children (born August 2009 and August 2013).
Master in mathematics for The Univeristy of Copenhagen
Lecturer at The Norwegian Univeristy of Sience and Technology
2007: Teaching assistance at The Faculty of Science and Information Technology at The University of Newcastle, Australia.
“Modern university teaching in mathematics and science subjects”, “An analysis of Faroese types algebra exercises”
212.760,00 DKK in 2014 by the Faroese Research Counsil.