Center for Digital Education
The Center for Digital Education (CDE) was established in the fall of 2019 as a collaborative effort between the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Science Education at the University of Copenhagen. CDE connects and supports experts in computer science and STEM education in the joint exploration of the possibilities and consequences of the digitisation of educational processes and institutions.
- Learning analytics
- Implementation of digital tools
- Computer science education
- Digital technologies and STEM
CDE has a strong research profile in technology comprehension and digitisation in specific areas in the educational system. We contribute to both departments' overall teaching portfolio that promotes teachers 'and students' digital competencies internally at the university and other institutions (primary school, high school and teacher education programs).
Do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to hear more or if you have an idea for a proposal that fits the scope of CDE.
We are also happy to supervise student projects related to the digitisation of education or the research themes listed above. Please feel free to reach out if you have an idea for a project, a thesis proposal or the like (see contact information in the column to the right).
A selection of our recent publications:
Humor and Stereotypes in Computing: An Equity-focused Approach to Institutional Accountability
Valeria Borsotti & Pernille Bjørn, Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) volume 31, pages 771–803 (2022)
DOREEN: A Game of Provocations Creating New Ambitions for Equity in Computing through Intertextual Design
Jenny-Margrethe Vej, Valeria Borsotti, Valkyrie Savage, Morten Engell-Nørregård, Pernille Bjørn, NordiCHI '22: Nordic Human-Computer Interaction ConferenceOctober 2022 Article No.: 86, Pages 1–8
Student Experiences in a University Preparatory Programming Course
Daniel Spikol, Martin Dybdal, Dorte Christiansen Elmeskov, Curriculum, Instruction, and Pedagogy, Front. Comput. Sci. - Digital Education, Submitted on: 30 Jun 2022, Edited by: Gerrit C. Van Der Veer
Identification of positions in literature using thematic network analysis: the case of early childhood inquiry-based science education
(2022), International Journal of Research & Method in Education
The relationship between curriculum standards and resource systems when teaching mathematics.
Misfeldt, Morten; Tamborg, Andreas Lindenskov; Dreyøe, Jonas; Allsopp, Benjamin Brink. I: International Journal of Educational Research, Bind 94, 2019, s. 122-133.
Can cooperative video games encourage social and motivational inclusion of at-risk students?
Hanghøj, Thorkild; Lieberoth, Andreas; Misfeldt, Morten. I: British Journal of Educational Technology, Bind 49, Nr. 4, 01.07.2018, s. 775-799
Supporting teachers intervention in students virtual collaboration using a network based model.
Herder, Tiffany; Swiecki, Zachari; Fougt, Simon Skov; Tamborg, Andreas Lindenskov; Allsopp, Benjamin Brink; Shaffer, David Allen; Misfeldt, Morten. LAK '18 Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge. United States : ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY. JOU, 2018. s. 21-25.
The Mars Base
Scenario didactic project that develops and explores new narrative methods for physics teaching in high school. The aim of the project is to create a game that teachers can use in their teaching of physics at the C-level in the Danish upper secondary level.
Contact Jesper Bruun
Programming, computational thinking and mathematical digital competencies
The goal of this project is to empirically investigate the possible roles of programming and computational thinking (PCT) as part of students’ mathematical competencies, and support Danish teachers work with integrating PCT in mathematics
Contact Andreas Lindenskov Tamborg
A network project that examines the influence of artificial intelligence on the Nordic education and upbringing tradition. This projects is conducted in collaboration with Bergen and Oulu.
Contact Daniel Spikol
Project that has developed and investigated technology comprehension in teacher education. As an independent subject, as well as in the core disciplins of mathematics, arts and crafts and design.
Contact Morten Misfeldt
Develops teaching scenarios for interdisciplinary technology understanding teaching in high school.
Contact Christian Grubb
UCPH 2023 Strategy Programme on Digitalisation
Digital core competencies: Develops the teaching at UCPH in the light of digitisation through interventions with teachers and students.
Educational technologies: Investigates teachers' digital competencies, motivation and drive around the inclusion of digital tools and educational technologies in teaching.
Contact Maria Hvid Stenalt
Digital Health and Data
Contact Morten Misfeldt
|Adrienne Lorelei Traxler||Associate Professor||+4535337086|
|Andreas Lindenskov Tamborg||Assistant Professor - Tenure Track||+4535325223|
|Danielle Elizabeth Hagood||Postdoc||+4535334010|
|Emil Bøgh Løkkegaard||Student||+4535337429|
|Helle Mathiasen||Professor, Emerita||+4526810152|
|Jesper Bruun||Associate Professor||+4535320391|
|Lars Klingenberg||Special Consultant||+4535331460|
|Liv Nøhr||PhD Fellow||+4535336726|
|Mark William Johnson||Postdoc||+4535337087|
|Raimundo José Elicer Coopman||Postdoc||+4535327876|
|Sofie Buch Cordsen||Student FU||+4535331384|
Professor and Center Director