Alexandra Androusou, PhD, is an Associate Professor in Teaching Methodology in the Early Childhood Education Department of the University of Athens, Greece. She studied in Athens and Paris (Phd in Educational Sciences - direction Psychology (Sorbonne-Paris V)). Since 1997 she is member of the five member scientific committee in charge of the program, Education of Children of the Muslim Minority in Thrace. From 2009-2017, she was the coordinator of the post graduate unit, "Ethno-cultural Differences and Social Inequalities at the Greek Open University. Since March 2016, she has served as vice-chairman of the Scientific Committee for the Support of the Education of Refugee Children of the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs in Greece. Since October 2015, she has been the head of an educational intervention program that collaborates with students in the Early Childhood Education Department to work with the children of refugees at the Refugee Camps of Eleonas in Athens, Greece. Her research and writing interests focus on minorities and education, teacher education, and teaching practices. She also deals with the production of educational material in electronic and conventional form either for children or for teachers. Click here for more information.
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