Anna-Karin Carstensen

Universitetslektor Datateknik

Avdelningen för Datateknik och Informatik , Tekniska Högskolan i Jönköping AB

Teknologie doktor


Antologibidrag

Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2016). Make Links: Overcoming the Threshold and Entering the Portal of Understanding. In: Ray Land, Jan H. F. Meyer, & Michael T. Flanagan (Ed.), Threshold Concepts in Practice (pp. 211 -222). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2008). Threshold Concepts and Keys to the Portal of Understanding: Some examples from Electrical Engineering.. In: Threshold Concepts within the Disciplines (pp. 143 -154). Rotterdam: Sense More information

Artikel

Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2019). Design science research – a powerful tool for improving methods in engineering education research European Journal of Engineering Education, 44(1-2), 85-102. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A., Davidsen, J., Ryberg, T. (2019). Practical Epistemic Cognition in a Design Project - Engineering Students Developing Epistemic Fluency IEEE Transactions on Education, 62(3), 216-225. More information

Konferensbidrag

Bernhard, J., Davidsen, J., Ryberg, T., Carstensen, A., Rafn, J. (2019). Engineering students' shared experiences and joint problem solving in collaborative learning. 46th SEFI Annual Conference 2018: Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Engineering Education Excellence, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17 - 21 September 2018. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A. (2017). "Real" experiments or computers in labs - Opposites or synergies?: Experiences from a course in electric circuit theory. 45th Annual Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education, SEFI 2017, 18 September 2017 through 21 September 2017. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A., Karlsson, K. (2016). Alternating currents first: Experiences from designing a novel approach to teaching electric circuit theory. 44th Annual Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education - Engineering Education on Top of the World: Industry-University Cooperation, SEFI 2016, 12 September 2016 through 15 September 2016. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A. (2015). Analysing and modelling engineering students’ learning in the laboratory: A comparison of two methodologies. The 6th Research in Engineering Education Symposium (REES), Dublin, July 13-15, 2015.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2015). Design Science Research – an engineering research approach to improve methods for engineering education research. The 6th Research in Engineering Education Symposium (REES), Dublin, July 13-15, 2015. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2014). Interactive lectures - linking theory to practice: Helping students pass the threshold when learning two-terminal equivalents in electrical engineering education. Threshold concepts in practice, 5th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Durham, UK, 9–11 July, 2014.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2012). Make links – Overcoming the threshold and entering the portal of understanding. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A., Holmberg, M. (2008). Historical epistemology, symbolic tools and threshold concepts. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2008). Opening up the portal of understanding: Variation theory, key concepts, threshold concepts and critical factors for learning. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2007). Critical aspects for learning in an electric circuit theory course: an example of applying learning theory and design-based educational research in developing engineering education. Washington, D.C.: American Society for Engineering Education, Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A. (2007). Design-based educational research and development of engineering education: an example from a course in electrical engineering. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A. (2007). Modelling and learning a complex concept: an exploration in light of some examples from electric circuit theory. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2007). Potentials for learning or problems in students understanding. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A. (2007). Critical aspects for learning in an electric circuit theory course. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A. (2007). Ohm's law as a complex concept in electric circuit theory. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Holmberg, M., Bernhard, J. (2006). Threshold Concepts and Key Concepts in Electrical Engineering Education.. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J., Gonzales, M. (2005). Connecting theTheory/Model World to the Object/Event World, the Example: Integrated Lab-and Problem-solving Sessions in Electric Circuit Theory. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Stadig Degerman, M., Bernhard, J. (2005). Interaction in Labwork: Linking the Object/Event World to the Theory/Model World. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2005). Critical Aspects for Learning Electris Circuits. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Gonzales, M., Carstensen, A., Castells, M., Bernhard, J. (2005). Approaches to Find Difficulties in Solving Electric Circuit Problems: the Case of Learning to Link the Laplace Transform, the Theoretical Model, to the Real World in Engineeing Education. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2005). Labwork Interaction: Linking the the Object/Event World to the Theory/Model World. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Stadig, M., Bernhard, J. (2005). A Theoretical Approach to the Learning of Complex Concepts. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2005). Är Laplacetransformen för svår att lära, lära ut och tillämpa, eller är det bara fråga om hur vi presenterar den?. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Bernhard, J., Carstensen, A. (2005). Designing Conceptual Labs. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information
Carstensen, A., Bernhard, J. (2004). Laplace Transforms: Too difficult to teach, learn, and apply, or just a matter of how to do it?. Threshold concepts in practice, 4th Biennial International Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, 28-30 July, 2012.. More information

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