I am a senior lecturer at Mid Sweden University.

One of my research interests is how students’ mathematical reasoning influences their learning
in primarily mathematics, but also in physics. This has been expanded to include studies of how
various contexts in mathematics tasks influence students’ mathematical reasoning.

Another interest is how students’ understanding of mathematical symbols might affect their mathematical
reasoning, which include interest in how mathematical symbols can be understood, with a specific focus
on algebraic symbols, and the role of mathematical discourses.

Transition between different educational levels is known to include changes in mathematical discourses,
thus my research also includes transition studies and interest in what happens to students’ mathematical
reasoning in the transition.

Primary focus has so far been on upper secondary students’ mathematics education, and the
transition to higher education. Recently, my research has also focused on mathematics education
for younger students.

2015

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, specialising in Educational Sciences, University of Gothenburg.

2013

Doctor of Licentiate in Mathematics, specialising in Educational Sciences, University of Gothenburg.

2007

Master in Education, Växjö University (now Linnaeus University).

2004

Master of Science in Mathematics with Orientation towards Industrial Mathematics, University of Gothenburg.

2018-08 – present

Senior lecturer, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Mid Sweden University.

2016-08 – 2018-07

Postdoc, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Mid Sweden University.

2016-01 – 2018-07

Senior Lecturer, Department of Teacher Education, University of Borås.

2015-08 – 2016-02

Guestlecturer, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg.

2013-01 – 2013-05

Visiting student researcher, Graduate School of Education, University of California Berkeley.

2009-09 – 2015-04

Doctoral student, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg.

2008-08 – 2012-12

Teacher in mathematics and physics, Kitas upper secondary school, Gothenburg.

2005-01 – 2008-06

Teacher in mathematics and physics, Alströmer upper secondary school, Alingsås.

Johansson, H. & Österholm, M. (2019). Objectification of upper-secondary teachers' verbal discourse
in relation to symbolic expression. *The Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 56*, 100722.

Johansson, H. (2017). Dependence between creative and non-creative mathematical reasoning in national
physics tests. *Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education, 22*(2), 93-119.

Johansson, H. (2016). Mathematical Reasoning Requirements in Swedish National Physics Tests.
*International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education 14*(6), 1133-1152.

Johansson, H., Oskarsson, M., & Nyström, P. (2019). Fysikbegreppets flyktighet: En konsekvens av kursplaneförändringar?
[The physics concept's volatility: A consequence of curriculum changes?]. In K. Stolpe, G. Höst, & A. Larsson (Eds.),
*Från forskning till fysikundervisning: Bidrag från konferensen 10-11 april 2018 i Lund arrangerad av Nationellt Resurscentrum
för Fysik * [From research to physics education: Contributions from the conference 10-11 of April 2018 in Lund arranged by the
National Resource Center for Physics Education], (pp. 33-46). Linköping, Sweden: Linköping University Electronic Press.

Johansson, H. (2015). Relation between Mathematical Reasoning Ability and National Formal Demands in
Physics Courses. In K. Beswick, T. Muir & J. Wells (Eds.). *Proceedings of 39 ^{th} Psychology of
Mathematics Education conference* (Vol. 3, pp. 121-128). Hobart, Australia: PME.

Johansson, H. (2015). *Mathematical Reasoning: In physics and real-life context* (Doctoral thesis).
Gothenburg, Sweden: University of Gothenburg.

Johansson, H. (2013). *Mathematical Reasoning in Physics Tests: Requirements, Relations, Dependence*
(Licentiate thesis). Gothenburg, Sweden: University of Gothenburg.