Found 385 courses



natural sciences subject

Materials for electrotechnics

Georgios Litsardakis - Undergraduate - (A)
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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humanities and arts subject

Agricultural Education

Afroditi Papadaki- Klavdianou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Historic evolution of agricultural education. Learning in educational process. Pedagogical issues. Technical vocational education. Educational systems. Design of educational programmes. Didactic and evaluation of educational programmes. Trainees’ participation. Trainee’s evaluation. Audio-visual media of teaching. Research methods in education. Professional guidance-life long guidance. Rural household economics.

humanities and arts subject

Translation History

Eleni Kassapi - Undergraduate - (A+)
English Language and Iterature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course offers a panorama of readings about translation from Herodotus to Post Modernity. The aim is to prepare the students to think translation traditions in relation with early theoretical translation thinking. The main source of the readings is the Western Translation Theory, bought by the School of English and distributed free to the students. Parallel readings for the acquisition of the sublanguage of the history of translation also in Greek.

humanities and arts subject

French Literature I : Poetry

Evgenia-Christina Grammatikopoulou - Undergraduate - (A-)
French language and literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course proposes a panoramic overview of French poetry throughout the centuries, combining a historical with a stylistic/poetical approach: evolution and transformations from the Middle Ages to 20th century avant-garde and contemporary poetry, poetical movements and tendencies, poetic codes, devices and techniques through a choice of representative poems of eminent French poets.

humanities and arts subject

History of Architecture and styles

Iakovos Potamianos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Drama, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

An introduction to the History of Architecture, in which examples from main periods and movements are presented and analyzed from antiquity to the present. An emphasis is placed on the main causes for the generation of new historical styles, their basic theoretical tenets and their particular visual and spatial characteristics. The student is evaluated both on the basis of exercises and a final exam. Both modes of evaluation aim at the understanding of basic ideas and essential characteristics which will be useful in the practicing of their art whether this be theoretical or creative.

natural sciences subject

Didactics of Informatics

Stavros Demetriadis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

• Teaching of Informatics. o Why and how we teach the use of ICT and Informatics Issues in Primary and Secondary Education and also in Professional Training. • Didactics of Informatics. o Which are student’s learning difficulties. o Which special learning methods are applied by the Informatics teachers. o Which modern technologies and learning methods we perform in teaching of Informatics. o What is “Computational Thinking” and why it has a higher value in education. • This lesson places you in a teacher’s position. • Informatics teacher’s skills. o Organizing the teaching of Informatics in different levels of education. o Basic knowledge of general Didactics. o Special didactics: o Teaching technics.  Organization of learning material: Lesson plan/Working Sheets. o Learning/using Logo-like environments.  Logo-like environments: Microworlds Pro & Scratch.  Educational Robotics. o Familiarization with original teaching (school) environments. Trainship and teaching in schools.

social sciences  subject

Travel journalism, communication and social media

Fani Galatsopoulou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Journalism and Mass Communications, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course includes topics such as The history of Travel Writing and Travel Journalism, Travel print and on line Publications, Travel Articles, Headlines-Narrative Techniques, Visual Elements- Travel Photos, Public Communication of Travel, Travel and Heritage; fostering multi-cultural awareness, Exploring cultures, gastronomy and culinary traditions through travel; building intercultural competence, Effective Communication Strategies in Travel: experiences and full senses in Travel, Effective Communication Strategies in Travel: experiential storytelling, Social Software and Video Journalism techniques , The Travel Journalist and Communicator; breaking into the profession.

agricultural sciences subject


George Menexes - Postgraduate - (A-)
Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Introduction to Biometry. Descriptive and Inferential Statistics. Confidence intervals. Parametric and non-Parametric statistical tests. Agricultural experimentation and introduction to Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). Introduction to linear models (general/mixed). Methodology for setting up and statistically analysing data coming from simple experiments (Completely Randomized Design, Randomized Complete Block Design, Latin Square Design, Balanced Lattice Design). Methodology for setting up and statistically analysing data coming from factorial experiments (with crossed and/or nested factor structure). Statistical analysis of data coming from split plot designs and designs with repeated measures. Statistical analysis of data coming from designs combined over locations and/or years. Multiple linear and non linear regression. Introduction to Multivariate-Multidimensional Data Analysis. Principal Components Analysis, Hierarchical Cluster Analysis, biplot-analysis, Discriminant Analysis. Statistical Analyses for categorical data. Contingency tests. Introduction to Correspondence Analysis. Analysis of biological data with statistical software.

humanities and arts subject

Approaches to Local Educational History: Schools and Teachers in Thessaloniki

Vassillis Foukas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Philosophy and Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Seminar’s aim for the participants is to acquaint the Local History both in a theoretical and practical level. The seminar has five basic sections: A’ Section: Local History- Historical Overview: a) Main subject of this field is the rising of the scientific interest and development. b) Local History as science: Problems of acceptance, epistemological problems-approaches. c) The need and the expediency of the study of the Local History. d) The research of the Local History in other countries. e) The Primary Education and the Local History in Greece. f) The Secondary Education and the Local History in Greece. g) The research of the Local History in Greek University. h) The Local History today: Definition- subject (locus and people). B’ Section: Teaching Local History. C’ Section: Issues of the Local Educational History: a) The Local History in education. b) The history of Thessaloniki’s schools: Methodology and research data, sources’ commentary. D’ Section: Presentation of students’ reports - Visits to local authorities: The interest will be concentrated to cases of the Local History of Thessaloniki. During the seminar the students will visit local authorities of Thessaloniki that keep historical and educational sources (Historical Archive of Macedonia, Center of History of Thessaloniki, Society of Macedonian Studies, Library of Municipality of Thessaloniki, Historical Records of Greek Refugees, and Institute of Balkan Studies). E’ Section: Teamwork or individual work. Research in micro scale (project). Design on paper a lesson, utilizing their knowledge concerning the Local History.

social sciences  subject

Camp functions and activities

Nikolaos Theodorakis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Physical Education and Sport Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

In this course students learn the theoretical and practical knowledge related to how a camp functions and the activities carried out by the officers of the camp, so that they can successfully work in this area.