Lector, Future Classroom Teacher, University College Copenhagen
Lise Dissing Møller has studied Nordic literature and art history in Denmark and Great Britain. She developed, and is currently leading Denmarks only technology toned teacher education, the Future Classroom Teacher in the Future Classroom Lab at the University College Copenhagen. Throughout her 20 years in the field, she has worked with building professional technology competences among students, co-workers, in Danish municipalities and with teachers in the field.
She has for the last five years focused on technology comprehension and mastering, abductive thinking and technology embedded in school subjects - mainly language and arts. She is working with ‘hacking' exam forms in higher education and is currently developing new methods to evaluate technology comprehension and school subjects across modalities.