I am a graduate student in the Master of Education in Distance Education (Μ.Εd.) at Athabasca University. I have completed a bachelor’s degree in Primary Education at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH). My graduate thesis is titled “Blogs as an educational tool – Paradigms of Greek conditions”. Moreover, I have worked as a teacher in Greek primary schools. I have attended seminars, conferences and MOOCs related to education with a specialization in inclusive education, learning technology and teacher development, such as the Congress with international participation with theme “ROMA CHILDREN EDUCATION: THE PRESENT A BOND» and Foundations of Teaching for Learning 1: Introduction (www.coursera.org). I have also awarded with a Commendation of Excellence by the Greek Ministry of Education. I speak Greek, English and German and my primary interests include MOOCs, design in online courses, educational technology, blended learning, adult education, mobile and distance learning.


8 responses

  1. Hey how are you doing,
    Are you on FOT 3 ? Can’t find you 🙂
    Would be great to study together again 🙂 Anyway will follow your blog here and hope to share new ideas and experiences.
    Bis bald

    1. Hi, thanks for the interest. The truth is that finally i cannot follow the course at this moment. I have too much work and I could not spend so much time as i would want for studying and communicating with my peers.But i am going to continue with coursera courses when my programme will become more flexible. How is FOT 3?

  2. Good luck and see you soon.
    Stay tuned on my webbly and you’ll find me on facebook, linked.in as well.

    Best 🙂

    1. Niceeee… see you around!!


  3. Thanks for following my blog! All the best to you.

    1. Thank you too. See you around.

  4. Thanks for the interest….. Interesting how similar issues visit teachers the world around. I have been a counselor, a teacher of sorts, for many years, after teaching high school English, so am interested in your comments. Regards….

    1. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your comments. It is really interesting to meet new knowledge and ideas from all over the world. See you around…

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