Curriculum Vitae/ English summary

Brian Degn Mårtensson

Pædagogisk filosof, forfatter og foredragsholder

briandegnmaartensson@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Uddannelsesbaggrund:

 

Ph.d. fellow, Aarhus Universitet 2017-

 

Lektorbedømt 2014

 

Cand. pæd. i pædagogisk filosofi, Aarhus Universitet 2013

 

Lærer, BA, Holbæk Seminarium 2004

 

 

 

 

Erhvervsbaggrund

 

Ph.d. fellow, Aarhus Universitet 2017-

 

Lektor, UCSJ 2014-2017

 

Adjunkt, underviser, læreruddannelsen, UCSJ, 2012-2014

 

Leder af skolen m.m. på den sikrede døgninstitution Bakkegården, Region Sjælland, 2011- 2012

 

Underviser på læreruddannelsen, UCSJ (deltid/ timebasis), 2009-2012

 

Projektleder/ ssp-konsulent i Odsherred Kommune, 2008-2011

 

AKT-koordinator/ lærer, Nordgårdsskolen, Nykøbing Sj., 2005-2008

 

Ansættelse som lærer/ skolepædagog i Odsherred, 1998-2005

 

 

 

Andre aktiviteter:

 

2015: Forelæser ved Folkeuniversitet i Odense

 

2015: Replikskribent på Friskolebladet

2012: Blogger på www.folkeskolen.dk

 

I 2009 debutterede jeg som forfatter på Hans Reitzels Forlag.

 

I 2009 blev jeg optaget i redaktionen på tidsskriftet Specialpædagogik.

 

Siden 2008 har jeg været meget aktiv i faglige netværk, og jeg deltager i mange temadage og konferencer.

 

Siden 2007 har jeg holdt foredrag og kurser indenfor det pædagogiske område.

 

Siden 1998 har jeg deltaget i et hav af projekter omhandlende pædagogisk udvikling. F.eks. udvikling af tværfagligt samarbejde, støtte til udsatte børn og unge, udvikling af ungemiljøer og etablering af forældre- og unge-netværk.

 

 

 

 

Kontakt:

 

Mail: briandegnmaartensson@gmail.com

 

Tlf: 42 30 54 61

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English summary:

 

Brian Degn Mårtensson is the author of a long list of books and articles on philosophy and education. He is especially known for his critique of the OECD-driven policy, that has inspired many educational reforms in Europe. He has named the new paradigm “the pedagody of the competitive state”.

 

In general, there has been a major change towards testing and thought control, and this change has both ethical and political effects: Today, the competitive state is trying to produce loyal and high-performing citizens, and – in the data-driven educational policy – the human being is essentially nothing more than a number or an object. The state and its economic needs has become the sole aim for the modern educational policy. Anything related to culture and humanity has more or less been ruled out. This change is clearly the biggest threat to western civilization and democracy.

 

Brian Degn Mårtensson is master in philosophy of education and ph.d. fellow at Aarhus University. He is often invited as guest lecturer at other universities, and is acknowledged as a very popular author and lecturer. He has visited many countries throughout his academic career, and has recently been in Germany, Iceland, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey and Finland.

 

 

 

Contact:

Email: briandegnmaartensson@gmail.com

Phone: +45 42 30 54 61