Mathilda Brückner

Mathilda Brückner

Ph.d. student, Fokusområdeleder for Bæredygtighedspædagogik i Center for Grundskoleforskning på SDU

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Mathilda Brückner has a Master in Education Science from the Danish School of Education (DPU). She works as a PhD student specializing in Environmental and Sustainability Education research at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU). Her work contributes with a particular focus on the students' perspectives and their experiences with sustainability education and green transition, building on ethnographic fieldwork at three different primary-level schools in Denmark that explicitly work with sustainability in their teaching and school development (CHORA, 2024). These qualitative perspectives also inform her coordinating role at the Center for Primary and Lower Secondary Education Research in Denmark, which focuses on conducting interdisciplinary and practice-oriented education research. 

In Spring 2024, she will work with Alan Reid at Monash University at the Faculty of Education in Melbourne, Australia; together with other colleagues in the Environmental Education Research field, they will be co-authoring a book about Exploring Qualities in Sustainability Education and how to create and share knowledge about teaching the green transition.

Education/Academic qualification

Uddannelsesvidenskab, Cand. soc., Aarhus University

Award Date: 1. Feb 2021

External positions

Gæsteforsker, Aarhus University

1. Apr 2021 → …

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  • Theories of Bildung

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