Curriculum Vitae

Dr Spyros Doukakis (Fulbright Foundation Scholarship, 2017 & Harvard Prize Book Teacher Award Recipient, 2014) has completed his undergraduate studies at the Department of Mathematics, University of Patras and the University of Amsterdam (with a grant from the State Scholarships Foundation) and at the Department of Informatics, Technological Institute of Athens. He holds three master degrees in Computer Communications and Networks, in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science, and Education. He earned his PhD in Education and Digital Technologies from the University of the Aegean. He is also a postdoctoral researcher at Ionian University in the field of Neuroeducation.

He is a secondary teacher of Mathematics and Computer Science, the coordinator of the Pierce e-tutoring on line program and the Academic and Development Advisor at Pierce-The American College of Greece. From November 2016, has been appointed on secondment to the Institute of Educational Policy as a Special Counselor for Teacher Training.

Moreover, he is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in higher education (TEI of Athens, ASPETE and Ionian University) and he is a certified teacher’s trainer (adult training certification and teacher training certification on ICT). He has worked as a special advisor and scientific researcher at several projects. Moreover, he has earned administrative experience as he has worked as a Scientific Collaborator at the Hellenic Parliament, as a Special Collaborator at the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and at the Hellenic Ministry of Economy and Finance.

He has co-authored more than 80 papers in international journals and conferences as well as book chapters. He is also the co-author of nine educational books, a periodical publication for mathematics, and the creator of several educational materials. Finally, he has received a scholarship from Fulbright Foundation in recognition of academic excellence; he has been awarded with the Prize Book of the Harvard Alumni Association, with the Best Teaching Practice Award from the Greek Ministry of Education and with the Special Mention on Education and Learning from the University of Athens.

 

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