Dr. Christiane Frede
Photo: Christiane Frede
Former Associated Research Assistant
Theorie Effizienter Algorithmen (TEA)
Empirical research in the field of learning and teaching
Distributed Cognition Theory
Methods for evaluating videography
How computer science students are using tools
Teaching Theory of Computation
Students' difficulties with assignments in Theory of Computation courses
You can find the list of publications here.
Explorative Datenanalyse der Studierendenperformance in der Theoretischen Informatik. Hochschuldidaktik der Informatik HDI 2018. 8. Fachtagung des GI-Fachbereichs Informatik und Ausbildung/Didaktik der Informatik. Frankfurt/Deutschland. 12-13. September 2018
Exploring how students perform in Theory of Computation courses using final exam and homework assignments data. International Computing Education Research (ICER), Espoo/ Finland, 13-15. August 2018
Theorem Provers as a Learning Tool in Theory of Computation. International Computing Education Research (ICER), Tacoma/Washington/USA, 17.-20. August 2017
Analyzing Student Practices in Theory of Computation in Light of Distributed Cognition Theory. International Computing Education Research (ICER), Melbourne/Australien, 09.-11. September 2016
Background / Career
Since April 2018 Christiane Frede works as research associate in the working group Theory of Efficient Algorithms at Universität Hamburg and prepares her doctoral thesis. She worked as research associate in the working group computer science education from April 2016 to March 2018.
She get involved with the teacher training of computer science and the school subject computer science in Hamburg. From 2016 to 2018 she taugth elective computer science courses at the Wichern-Schule and at the Matthias-Claudius-Gymnasium in Hamburg. She completed her master degree in computer science at Universität Hamburg in 2016.