Our book "Tettere på naturfag i klasserommet" (Closer to science in the classroom) is hitting the shelves today. We are excited to share the results of project LISSI (Linking Instruction in Science and Student Impact).
How do I combine my love for physics & science communication in my research? What does physics education research actually look like? And why does Einsteinian physics motivate students?
Claudia Mignone interviewed me about all things relativity, education & creativity for EduINAF 🚀
chose my piece "Spaces without and within" as the runner-up for their writers' award Slightly smiling face Check out the upcoming issue to find my musings on space & how space enables and restricts our abilities to make sense of the cosmos Woman astronaut
How does Einsteinian physics impact middle-school girls' perception of and interest in physics? My latest paper gives answers and argues that Einsteinian physics offers excellent opportunities to inspire middle-school girls and help them see future possibilities in physics ☺️
Whoop whoop, I won the Writers' Award of my favourite philosophy magazine, the New Philosopher. My piece "The interplay between nature and ourselves" draws on quantum mechanics to explore the centrality of human perception in our attempts to understand the world 🤓
I am over the moon that the International Astronomical Union awarded me the PhD Prize in the Division of Education, Outreach, and Heritage. The prize recognises outstanding scientific achievements of astronomy PhD students around the world ☺️
What is the role of the human body in science education? In my new paper, I combine perspectives of cognitive science, philosophy, and psychology to provide a comprehensive overview of embodied cognition in science education