Staff at Department of Science Education – University of Copenhagen

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Jesper Bruun

Jesper Bruun

Assistant professor

Member of:

  • Assessment, Teaching and Learning in Science Education

Knowledge of languages

Danish (native)

English (read, write, talk)

The nordic languages (read, understand) 

I finished my training as a physicist in autumn 2008. I wrote my thesis in physics didactics at the Department of Science Education and subsequently published an article in the journal MONA (in Danish, English abstract).

Subsequently, I worked for just over a year as a research project on Mind the Gap, Dream of the Universe and DASG (Danish Science High Schools) projects 2009 (Didactic follow-up research on a project called "Moodle JiTT").

From August 1st 2009 to December 1st 2012, I was enrolled as a PhD-student at the Department of Science Education (DSE). I succesfully defended my thesis on November 26th 2012. More information:

I started as a post doc at DSE on January 1st 2013. 

Teaching Experience

Before I was hired at the department, I taught physics and mathematics at Copenhagen University. I have taught courses: Mechanics, Rotational Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, Introduction to Nuclear Physics and Mathematics N.

In addition, I taught in high school (Rysensteen Gymnasium) in physics at C-level and mathematics at A and B level.


PhD in Physics Education Research

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