Found 31 courses
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Introduction to Philosophy

Kwnstantinos Theologou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Technical University of Athens

The course Introduction to Philosophy is an introduction to basic concepts and methods of Philosophy and especially the Epistemology or Theory of Knowledge and Ethics . Within the framework of the course, there will be a brief and comprehensible presentation of concepts, theories, and technical methods concerning:

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Psychophysiology

Filippos Vlachos - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Special Education, University of Thessaly

Main concepts of Psychophysiology, the scientific field that examines the physiology of the human organism in relation to behavior are provided, in conjunction with relative educational implications.

humanities and arts subject

Greek Foreign Policy

Charalampos Tsardanidis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Dept of Mediterranean Studies, Aegean University

The main objective of the course is of becoming the students familiar with some certain topics of the contemnporary Greek foreign policy. The course focus on issues areas which are influenced by the modern globalization process which day by day are becoming important . As a consequence all these issues and dynamics have been includedin the current agenda of the foreign policy of a “small/medium” country like Greece .

humanities and arts subject

Sociolinguistics

George Androulakis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Primary Education, University of Thessaly

The course is devoted to the students’ familiarization and sensitization on areas which are included in the study of language in social context. Focus is made on students’ awareness about sociolinguistics variation (both social and geographical), language and social interaction, language shift and contact, language policy and planning. A special interest of the course is placed on the implications of sociolinguistics’ principles and conclusions on language teaching practice.

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Language Teaching II

Evgenia Vasilaki - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Primary Education, University of Thessaly

Within the framework of the recent official curricula for teaching Greek language in primary education (2003, 2011), the course aims to further familiarize students with the relevant concepts and terminology and to help them implement the methodological principles of literacy teaching in lesson design and planning of activities. In other words, during this course it is attempted to translate theory into practice so as to enable prospective teachers to develop and organize real class lessons in general, and to be adequately prepared for School Teaching Practice, in particular.

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Educational Activities in Early Childhood

Vassilis Komis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Educational Science and Early Chilhood Education, University of Patras

Students should become aware of the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and their application in the preschool and early childhood age through the development and evaluation of suitable activities relevant to the curriculum and including the employment of computers and educational software.

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Didactics of Informatics and Information and Communications Technologies

Vassilis Komis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Educational Science and Early Chilhood Education, University of Patras

The aim of the course is that students to develop teaching skills in Informatics and Information and Communication Technologies and acquire additional skills such as design, development and evaluation of appropriate teaching interventions (educational scenarios) aimed at learning basic IT concepts (programming, robotics, generic software, internet).

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Information and Communication Technology in Education

Vassilis Komis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Educational Science and Early Chilhood Education, University of Patras

Students will be familiar with the main approaches concerning the integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the educational process. They will develop skills in using educational applications with computers.

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Written languange in early childhood education

Nektarios Stellakis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of educational science and early childhood education, University of Patras

The course examines the basic concepts of the course of language development and the objectives of language education in the first treatment and education, the teaching of the language in the curriculum, emerging and family literacy, oral/written/processed speech, the phases of reading and writing, the spatial organization of kindergarten, the library, some educational activities, the literacy practices in the first treatment and education, the family literacy, the family and school cooperation, assessment of language skills, multimodal texts and functional reading.

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Representations of place in texts of the early Modern Greek literature

Anastasia Markomichelaki - Undergraduate - (A+)
Philology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This course examines modern Greek literary texts from 14th to 17th c. in which the depiction of place has some significant role to play. It focuses on issues such as the praise and the lament of a city, the representation of the underworld, the role of gardens and mountains, and the places that are chosen as settings in Cretan renaissance plays. The aim of the course is that students realize the importance of place depiction in literature depending on the era , the literary genre and the author’s will, and that they practice themselves in commenting literary texts as for place and its function.