Jonas Henau Teglbjærg
QUINT PhD Fellow
University of Southern Denmark, Department for the Study of Culture, The Faculty of Humanities
Jonas Henau Teglbjærg’s primary research interests are the fields of social studies education, formation theory, deliberative democracy, political theory, and their interconnections.
Teglbjærg holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in social science from the University of Copenhagen. In his master’s thesis he explored the effects of citizen deliberation on disagreement about empirical premises. From 2015 to 2018 he worked for the research group PCARE at the University of Copenhagen. Prior to his employment at PCARE, he taught a master’s level course on the European Union.
The dissertation will explore the extent to which quality in social studies teaching is understood as democratic deliberation as well as the extent to which teaching in Danish and Norwegian social studies classrooms is characterized by aspects of democratic deliberation.
Supervisors: Torben Spanget Christensen, Anders Stig Christensen & Nora Elise Hesby Mathé
Teglbjærg, J. H., Hovaldt, H. B., Lehane, C., Dammeyer, J. (2018). Aetiologies of acquired deafblindness in a national sample. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 36(2), pp. 175-189