Spyros Doukakis holds a PhD in Mathematics Education from the University of the Aegean, Department of Primary Education. He is a secondary teacher of Mathematics and Computer Science at Pierce – The American College of Greece and an e-tutor of Mathematics at the same Institute. In addition he holds the position of the Academic and Development Advisor at Pierce – The American College of Greece.
At higher education, he is a visiting lecturer at Computer Science Department of University of Thessaly. Moreover he is teaching at School of Pedagogical & Technological Education (ASPETE) educational research and didactics at the postgraduate level (MSc S.T.E.M. in Education, MEd in EduSciences).
He has awarded the Harvard Club 2014 Excellence in Teaching Award from the Harvard Club of Boston. He is a certified trainer and participates in teacher training courses about pedagogical issues, mathematics, computer science and use of digital technologies. He studied Mathematics at the University of Patras, Greece and at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Computer Science at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece.
He holds three Masters in Computer Communications and Networks from Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science, from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the Athens University of Economics and Business (Interdisciplinary Program) and Education from Hellenic Open University.
He has worked as research officer at the Network Operations Center of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and as an instructor, at the Department of Informatics, T.E.I. of Athens, at the Police Officers’ School of the Hellenic Police Force and at Computer Learning Centers.
He has participated in research projects and has published several articles in journals and conferences. He is the co-author of the official textbook «Introduction to principles of computer science» which is published by the Ministry of Education and he has also written three other books for secondary education. In addition he is the publisher and author of the e-magazine «Periodical publication for Mathematics» and the editor of the book: «Applications Development in Programming Environment, Past, Present and Future» issued by the Greek Computer Society.
Moreover, 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.