Found 161 courses
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humanities and arts subject

Κindergarten management

Thomas Bakas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Pre-School Education, University of Ioannina

humanities and arts subject

Angeliki Mouzaki - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Primary School Education, University of Crete

humanities and arts subject

Intrduction to Speech and Hearing Sciences

Areti Okalidou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Educational and Social Policy, University of Macedonia

The course’s scope is to provide fundamental knowledge about speech and hearing which will foster a deeper understanding of the processes of human communication in the advanced courses of the specialized curriculum. Speech reception, speech perception, language understanding along with speech and language production comprise the basic functions of communication. Therefore, the special processes in the brain for speech and hearing, the peripheral speech and hearing systems, the ways and conditions of audition in the environment and the special features of the speaker’s message constitute valuable knowledge for persons who intend to educate others via verbal or other communication modes. The topics discussed incorporate elements of linguistics and linguistic theory, acoustics and phonetics, anatomy and physiology, language representation in the brain, psychoacoustics and speech perception, models of language processing and speech and language development.

humanities and arts subject

Introduction to Scientific Research Methodology

Lelouda Stamou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Music Science & Art, University of Macedonia

The course is about introducing students into basic concepts in scientific research and into developing critical thinking and research attitude in their everyday life as well as in the scientific field of their interest. The course attempts to address both theoretical and practical issues in scientific research. As far as theoretical issues are concerned, students get to know the basic principles, concepts, types and stages of scientific research. As far as practical aspects of research are concerned, this knowledge is applied and addressed in the context of small personal projects and presentations.

humanities and arts subject

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Evgenia Theodotou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Early Childhood Education, TEI of Athens

not available

humanities and arts subject

Psychology of Motivation

Georgia Papantoniou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Pre-School Education, University of Ioannina

Definition and forms of motivation, main concepts and research methods in the psychology of motivation; biological and physiological bases of motivation; theories of motivation: psychoanalytic, humanistic, arousal/optimal level, behavioristic (drives, incentives); motives as personality traits: achievement motives; cognitive theories: Lewin’s field theory, theories of cognitive consistency and causal attribution; applications of the theories of causal attribution into school, health, intimate relationships; motivation and volition; the self as source of motivation;

humanities and arts subject

Introduction to Psychology – Cognitive Processes

Georgia Papantoniou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Pre-School Education, University of Ioannina

Introduction: the subject matter of psychology; fundamental approaches to psychological theory (structuralism, the influence of Darwin’s theory, functionalism, behaviorism, gestalt theory, the psychodynamic theory of Freud, cognitive psychology and cognitive science); areas of psychology; Research methods: research methods of psychology (quantitative and qualitative methods); research methods of cognitive psychology (introspective, experimental, psychological, verbal reports); ethical issues; Introduction to cognitive processes: perception; attention; memory; language; thought and representation; problem solving; intelligence; conscious and unconscious processing; motivation and emotions;

humanities and arts subject

Teaching Methodology in Practice

Ioannis Fykaris - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Primary Education, University of Ioannina

The subject of the course includes the development of the following determinants of the teaching process: General Principles of Teaching Methods, Strategies, Techniques, Technology in teaching (virtual materials), Applications and structural parameters of teaching (designing, planning, implementation).

humanities and arts subject

Educational Programs Using Computers I

Jenny Pange - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Pre-School Education, University of Ioannina

INTRODUCTION TO NEW TECHNOLOGIES, USE OF ICT AND MULTIMEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM, CREATION AND EVALUATION OF SOFTWARE. -INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTS OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES -USE OF ICT IN EDUCATION TO SUPPORT DIFFERENT EDUCATIONAL NEEDS -APPLICATIONS OF ICT AND MULTIMEDIA IN EDUCATION (EXAMPLES) -WORK PLAN STRUCTURE USING NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN PRESCHOOL EDUCATION -DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE -DISCUSSION OF OTHER ETHICAL ISSUES CONCERNING ICT IN EDUCATION.

humanities and arts subject

Themes in Science Education

Katerina Plakitsi - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Pre-School Education, University of Ioannina

The course introduces the students to basic issues and concepts of Science Education. Particularly: 1. Teaching the concepts of flotation and sinking in kindergarten pupils 2. Learning the cycle of water in nature 3. Didactic approach to the features of air and air pollution 4. Didactic approach to the traditional and modern ways of producing commodities in connection with the human needs 5.Didactic approach to fundamental concepts, e.g. space, time, object, causality 6. Intercultural approaches of an issue 7. Study of the teachers’ and the pupils’ roles during Science Education teaching and Environmental Education 8. Study of the procedures for collaborative learning in the Physics course 9.Historical and philosophical dimensions of an issue in Science Education 10. The nature of science 11. Activity Theory in Formal and Informal Science Education 12. Light and Sustainability.