Mathematics Education
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This is the web site for mathematics and mathematics education at the University of Iceland - School of Education. 

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Research

 

The mathematics and mathematics education group at the University of Iceland - School of Education.

Dr. Kristín Bjarnadóttir Associate Professor                      krisbj@hi.is
Dr. Kristín Halla Jónsdóttir Associate Professor                 khj@hi.is
Dr. Freyja Hreinsdóttir                                                   freyjah@hi.is
Friðrik Diego Assistant Professor                                     fd@khi.is
Guðbjörg Pálsdóttir Associate professor (coordinator)      gudbj@hi.is
Guðný Helga Gunnarsdóttir Assistant professor                  gudnyh@hi.is
Jónína Vala Kristinsdóttir Assistant professor                    joninav@hi.is
Anna Kristjánsdóttir Professor (On leave)                         ak@khi.is

Mathematics and Mathematics Education Courses at the University of Iceland - School of Education

Undergraduate Courses (Contact the course supervisor for further information)

Number Theory (Fridrik Diego)
Geometry (Kristin Halla Jonsdottir)
Discrete Mathematics (Freyja Hreinsdóttir)
Learning Mathematics - An on-going Process (Jonina Vala Kristinsdottir)
Algebra (Fridrik Diego)
Teaching Mathematics and Continuing Teacher Education (Gudny Helga Gunnarsdottir)
Calculus (Freyja Hreinsdóttir)
Linear Algebra (Fridrik Diego)
Mathematics and Art in Grades K-6 (Gudbjorg Palsdottir)
 

Graduate Courses (Contact the course supervisor for further information)

Graduate Seminar in Mathematics Education A (Guðný Helga Gunnarsdóttir)
Graduate Seminar in Mathematics Education B (Kristin Bjarnadottir)
Mathematics A (Fridrik Diego)
Mathematics B (Freyja Hreinsdottir)

Research (A representative sample of publications)

The list of publications is still only available in Icelandic, but some of the publications are in English, so browsing through the list can give an idea of what the group has been doing.