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Charlotte Aksland

Charlotte Aksland


Charlotte Aksland is an associate professor at Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University. Her research interests include biology education, the natural environment as a learning arena, science education for the youngest students and on students’ understanding of science concepts.

Research projects

Scientific publications

Aksland, Charlotte (2023). Småkryp - 2. klassingers tegninger i naturfag. 16 p. Nordic Studies in Science Education. Vol. 19.

Eklund, Gunilla Brita Maria ; Mestad, Idar; Aksland, Charlotte ; Jegstad, Kirsti Marie (2022). Research assignments in teacher education - Norwegian undergraduate student teachers' experiences of the writing process. 21 p. Acta Didactica Norden (ADNO). Vol. 16.

Aksland, Charlotte ; Rundgren, Shu-Nu Chang (2019). 5th–10th-Grade In-service Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) for Sustainable Development in Outdoor Environment. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning.

Aksland, Charlotte ; Jensen, Inger Kristine ; Ramton, Aase Marit T. Sørum (2019). Teaching science concepts by using multiple representations in primary science education. Elm, Annika; Morberg, Åsa (Ed.). ATEE annual conference 2018 - A Future for All. Teaching for a sustainable society Proceedings. p. 41-52. ATEE - Association for Teacher Education in Europe.

Aksland, Charlotte ; Jensen, Inger Kristine ; Ramton, Aase Marit T. Sørum (2018). Begrepslæring i naturfag på småskoletrinnet. Palm, Kirsten; Michaelsen, Eva (Ed.). Den viktige begynneropplæringen. En forskningsbasert tilnærming.. p. 269-289. Universitetsforlaget.

These publications are obtained from Cristin. The list may be incomplete