She completed her PhD in Educational Sciences at Bath University, United Kingdom. She has a particular research interest in students’ social-emotional learning as well as teachers and pre-service teachers’ beliefs, and curriculum and instruction. She has published several articles on social-emotional learning and presented papers nationally and internationally. She was a visiting researcher at the University of South Australia, in 2014. She has led and involved in research projects on both national and international levels.
He is a professor at Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Faculty of Education, Department of Primary Education. He completed his PhD in Curriculum and Instruction at Atatürk University, Turkey. He published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals nationally and internationally. In his research, he focused on curriculum and instruction, teacher training, assessment and evaluation as well
as primary education.
Magdalena Zadworna is an assistant professor at University of Lodz, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Institute of Psychology, Department of Health Psychology. She has completed her PhD study at Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, Poland in 2010. She is a psychologist researching developmental aspects of lifestyle and adolescent school wellbeing. She is and author and co-author of psychological measurement tools. She has published several articles on school wellbeing. She has led and involved in many national and international research projects.
She has a PhD in Psychology and works at the Institute of Psychology at the University of Lodz, POLAND. One of her scientific interests is school well-being and its determinants, including social-emotional learning. She is the author of many national and international scientific publications (such as journal articles and book chapters) concerning various school mental health issues and their determinants. She has an experience as a researcher in a few international projects on this subject.
Anisoara Dumitrache – Anisoara Dumitrache, PhD, is university lecturer at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest. She teaches ICT related disciplines for “ICT in education” Master programme, and Bachelor degree, and has more than fifteen years of experience in distance learning. She is a founding member of the Center for Research and Promoting Equity in Education. Her research interests include: distance learning, educational platforms, Game Based Learning, Open Educational Resources & Practices, Google Educational products. Her research activity includes articles and studies published in specialized journals.
Beatrice Almasan is a professor; also a psychologist specialized in psychological education, school and vocational counselling, with responsibilities regarding the ways of ensuring psycho-pedagogical assistance for students. She has implemented and monitored communication and collaboration platforms with distance learning students for over 18 years. She designs themes with specific psychoeducational aspects of teaching and learning in various environments.
Psychologist, Associate Professor in Developmental and Educational Psychology at the University of Évora, Department of Psychology in the Bachelor in Psychology ad in Sciences of Education, in the Master Programme in Educational Psychology and in Special Education, and the PhD Programmes in Psychology and in Education
Also, senior researcher in Comprehensive Health Research Center (CHRC) and consultant in dynamic assessment and cognitive enrichment with individuals with intellectual impairment
Psychologist and research fellow at the University of Évora and the Comprehensive Health Research Center (CHRC). She has a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology and is currently doing her professional internship for the Portuguese Psychologists’ Association. She is part of the Erasmus+ projects ASUMIE, TETRA-S and now COMPUSEL.
Miltos Sakellariou, Family Therapist, Prevention Counselor in Addiction, with postgraduate studies in Counseling Psychology, specializing in Addictions and Family Therapy, Special Education, School Psychology and Mentoring. He has worked as a Biologist at the Athens School of Medicine, in Experimental Pharmacology in psychiatry. Previous Prevention Counselor in Addictions for the Ministry of Health; Director at Youth Counseling Station of the Cyclades, Greek Ministry of Education. General Secretary of the Board since 2015 of the Society for the Protection of Child Abuse and Neglect/Juvenile Delinquency of the Court οf Appeal- Aegean District, Ministry of Justice. Expert in the Council of Europe, at the Committee on Environmental and Health Crisis. Chairman of the Board and founding member of the Social Cooperative of Cyclades –ALTERA VITA.
Electrical and the Computer Engineering University of Thessaly. He continues his Postgraduate studies for preparing a PhD at Upsala University. He has participated in research projects, through research laboratories and open-source tools. E-learning coordinator with expertise in creating e-courses and website development. Webmaster and Technical administrator of the E-learning MOODLE platform and Server Administrator of ALTERA VITA. He develops the SOCRATES VIRTUAL project in the team, an innovation, for Computer and Mobile Learning, Serious Games and Virtual Reality for Educational purposes, such as Virtual Classes, Virtual training for disabled people, and skills for employees of enterprises and Public Entities.
Angeliki Sakellariou: The last years engaged in youth work in youth participation and human rights education. She has participated in many international activities under the Erasmus + programs and is an active member of the theatrical team of ALTERA VITA. She works as a Facilitator with YE mobility projects, she studies Occupation Therapy at the University of West Attica in Athens and she has specialized in Special Education, at the University of Thessaly. She is volunteering for STEPS as a street- worker with addicted and homeless people. Also, she is participating as a volunteer in ART-TOGETHER (former Very Special Arts Hellas) in the “physical improvisation” group which includes dancers with and/or without disabilities.
Computational Thinking in Enhancing Primary Students’ Social-Emotional Learning Skills
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