Andreas Rasch Christensen (born June 2, 1971 in Kolding, Denmark) is the director of research and development at VIA University College. He specialises in education research and is the chair and member of several councils and committees under the Danish Ministry of Education.
Andreas Rasch-Christensen Wikipedia
Andreas Rasch-Christensen has a master's degree in history and political science from Aarhus University (1998), where in 2010 he achieved a PhD. From 1998-2007, he was an associate professor at the teacher education in Skive, Denmark (now a part of VIA University College). (201302 L 131308) In 2007, he became Director of Education, and in 2010, director of research and development for VIA Education and Social Sciences, VIA's faculty of pedagogy and social education.
Andreas Rasch-Christensen was born in Kolding, Denmark, and grew up in Haderslev. He currently lives in Aarhus with his wife and their two children.
Andreas Rasch-Christensen is a regular media expert on Danish and international schools and teacher education as well as day care institutions. He has published a number of scientific articles, book contributions and op-eds about these subjects.
His research has focused on elementary schools, inclusion of children with special needs, curricula, didactic, and school management. He is a member of the scientific steering group for research in the Danish school reform of 2014.
He is the chair and member of several councils and committees under the Danish Ministry of Education. Currently, he is chair of the committee on new curricula for pre-schools (children aged 0–6 years).
In addition, he is a member of the national PhD-council for research in education, as well as member of the Ministry’s forum for coordination of research in education.
In addition to his scientific career, he is a soccer aficionado and has written a book and blogged about the sport.