Christine Cox Eriksson is originally from the United States and earned a Bachelor's degree in German from Humboldt State University and a Master of Arts in Germanic Languages from Indiana University. She has a teaching degree in secondary education (English/German) from Uppsala University and has taught in Sweden's municipal adult education program. She has been an ESL teacher at the elementary level in the United States, where she furthered her studies in the area of early literacy. Christine Cox Eriksson has been employed at Dalarna University since 2007, first as a junior lecturer in English and since 2015 as a senior lecturer.
Christine Cox Eriksson successfully defended her doctoral thesis, Children's vocabulary development: The role of parental input, vocabulary composition and early communicative skills, at the Department of Special Education, Stockholm University, in 2014. She currently works with teacher education courses and does research on vocabulary development in elementary school.
- Vocabulary, Grammar and Early Gestures in Swedish Children aged 12-30 months, 2017. Conference paper : refereed. .
- Att arbeta medvetet med ordförrådet, 2017. .
- I Feel Like a Complete Idiot! Starting a PhD Program in a New Field, Part of: The Nordic PhD, Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2017. Chapter of book. .
- Early Communicative Development in Swedish Children aged 12 to 30 months, 2016. Conference paper : refereed. .
- Ordförråd och ordkunskap – språkets byggstenar, Part of: Läsundervisningens grunder, Gleerups Utbildning AB, 2016. Chapter of book. .
English for Primary School Teachers years F-3 (GEN2BJ)
English III, Degree thesis 1 for Teacher Students, year 7-9 (EN2047)
English III, including Degree Thesis 1 for Teacher Students, Upper secondary school (EN2046)
Epistemology and Educational Research for Teachers in Secondary School Years 7-9 (PG3036)
Epistemology and Educational Research for Teachers in Upper Secondary School (PG3060)