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humanities and arts subject

Teaching methodologies in contemporary learning environments

Vasiliki Μitropoulou-Mourka - Postgraduate - (A-)
Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Ιn the course are described the most important teaching models that are implemented nowadays in the teaching practice, as they are revealed by the recent findings of Pedagogy, as well as the changes, modifications and improvements brought in the above models by the integration of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and are examined and analyzed the possibilities offered by the technologies into the teaching and learning procedure.

medicine science health professions subject

Pedagogical gymnastics

Vassilis Barkoukis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Physical Education and Sport Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course involves physical education teachers’ education about teaching gymnastic exercises and motor activities that are critical in developing learning of motor skills and exercising basic physical conditioning abilities during childhood.

natural sciences subject

Observational Astronomy

John-Hugh Seiradakis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Celestial sphere. Telescopes. Star clusters – Distance of the cluster of Hyades. Recognizing constellations and celestial bodies. Solar observing. Moon. Distance measurement in astronomy – globular clusters – RR Lyrae stars. Diagram Hertzsprung - Russel. Photometry – Ascania type Iridium photometer – CCD Photometry. Spectroscopy. Types of galaxies – Using the National Geographic Society - Palomar Observatory Sky Atlas. Field trip to locations suitable for astronomical observations (away from cities, proper altitude) and measurements with the portable instruments of the Laboratory of Astronomy.

natural sciences subject

Multimedia Systems

Thrasyvoulos Tsiatsos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Introduction to concepts and techniques of transmission, storage, display and processing of multimedia data such as digital images, audio, video, animation. Interactive Multimedia. Multimedia on the Internet. Designing multimedia applications and familiarizing with software for creating and processing multimedia.

humanities and arts subject

Specialized Translation I

Xanthippi Dimitroulia - Undergraduate - (A-)
French Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Not available

natural sciences subject


Nikolaos Stergioulas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Short introduction to fluid dynamics and black bodies. Star formation, stars in hydrodynamic equilibrium, stellar winds and jets. Stellar Evolution, accretion disks. Final stages of star evolution. White dwarves, neutron stars, black holes.

medicine science health professions subject

General principles of quality assurance of food of animal origin.

Ioannis Amvrosiadis - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Veterinary Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Not available

natural sciences subject

Hydraulics of Groundwater Flows

Konstantinos Katsifarakis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The role of groundwater in water resources management. Aquifer classification. Hydraulic parameters, imhomogeneity and anisotropy. Mathematical simulation of groundwater flows. Analytical solutions for steady and non-steady flows in phreatic, confined and leaky aquifers. Well hydraulics. The method of images. Numerical simulation of groundwater flows. Pumping tests.

humanities and arts subject

Body language and speech: the contribution of theatre in class

Evangelia Papageorgiou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Primary Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This course approaches, analyses and uses facts and actions of Theatre that can be utilized in Education. The basic facts that constitute the theatre ‘language’ are the meaning through the body, vocal and verbal actions, the critical thought and the body-speech control. These facts also constitute the teacher’s ‘language’. So, this course offers theatrical theory and exercises which are essential for the creation of the theatrical characters. Through this procedure, future teachers can improve their speech, their body language and become more perceptive. Having these abilities, they can encourage theatrical actions in classroom which can be used for teaching.

engineering subject

Diachronic approach to the greek architecture. Comparative typological and morphological analysis

Maria Arakadaki - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Theoretical approach to the origin of architectural forms. The evolution from circular to square plan. The Greek dwelling in Antiquity and through Byzantine and the Ottoman period, in the context of the Balkan and Asia Minor area. Typological and constructional analysis, building materials (stone, wood, mud etc.), comparative analysis and interpretation of forms. Origins and symbolisms in the interior space of the house