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Dr. NIkoletta Chirstodoulou

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Personal information

Surname(s) / First name(s)

 

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Telephone(s)

 

(357) 22431355 ext. 168

 

Mobile: (357) 99963094

 

Fax(es)

 

(357) 22438234

 

E-mail(s)

 

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Website

 

http://staff.fit.ac.cy/pre.cn/

 

Nationality(-ies)

 

Cypriot

 

   

Education

   

Dates1

 

Feb 2002 – July 2005

 

Title of qualification awarded2

 

PhD in Education—Curriculum Studies (Curriculum and Instruction)

 

Name of awarding institution3

 

University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

Key features4

 

Work focused on the role of the arts in shaping educators’ philosophies of curriculum theory and practice, in their personal and professional lives. The ultimate purpose is to help educators improve their practices in order to improve students’ learning, and increase their educational opportunities.

 

   

Dates1

 

Aug 2000 – Dec 2001

 

Title of qualification awarded2

 

Master of Education—Instructional Leadership

 

Name of awarding institution3

 

University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

Key features4

 

Programme comprehensively covered the foundations of Education, Leadership, and Curriculum and Instruction and included subjects in the following areas: Staff Development and School Improvement, Urban and Multicultural Education, Curriculum, Instruction, and Evaluation, Learning Environments, Educational Research, Qualitative and Quantitative Research, Schooling and Teaching, Philosophy of Education, Foundations of Curriculum Design, Politics of Education, Identity Development.

 

   

Dates1

 

May 1999

 

Title of qualification awarded2

 

Pre-primary Education Teacher Certificate

 

Name of awarding institution3

 

University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, & Ministry of Education and Culture, Nicosia, Cyprus

 

Key features4

 

Certified to teach kindergarten through third grade elementary students.

 

   

Dates1

 

Sep 1995 – May 1999

 

Title of qualification awarded2

 

Bachelors in Education—Pre-primary Education

 

Name of awarding institution3

 

University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus

 

Key features4

 

Early childhood teacher certified to teach kindergarten through third grade elementary students.

 

   

Work experience

   

Dates

 

Oct 2007 – Present

 

Employer Name5

 

Frederick University Cyprus

 

Occupation or position held6

 

Lecturer (Curriculum and Instruction)

 

Main activities and responsibilities7

 

Member of the teaching and research staff of the Frederick University belonging to the faculty of Education. Teaching of pedagogical courses such as Theory and Methodology of Teaching, Introduction to the Pedagogical Sciences, and Curriculum Studies courses. Occasionally responsible for the overview of the practical experience of the students at the schools and the student teaching, ensuring the efficient function of the course through appropriate to the circumstances decision-making. Supervisor of thesis works. Research.

 

   

Dates

 

Aug 2007 – Present

 

Employer Name5

 

Center for the Study of Childhood and Adolescence, Nicosia, Cyprus

 

Occupation or position held6

 

Research Associate

 

Main activities and responsibilities7

 

Conduct, facilitate and coordinate research on children and adolescents; disseminate relevant findings and information to specialists and the general public through a variety of educational programs; provide consultative services to organizations and programs addressing children and adolescents.

 

   

Dates

 

Sep 2005 – Sep 2007

 

Employer Name5

 

Frederick Institute of Technology

 

Occupation or position held6

 

Lecturer (Curriculum and Instruction)

 

Main activities and responsibilities7

 

As school experience division supervisor and coordinator I was responsible for the development and improvement of the School Experience course, designed to offer theoretical background and practical experience to the undergraduate students of the pre-primary and elementary education program. I also worked for the improvement of curriculum, instruction, and evaluation courses, as well as the methodology of teaching and learning courses. I have introduced and developed syllabi for 4 new subjects in the program. My teaching focused in: school environments and organization, methodology of teaching and learning, school experience, and learning theories. As a faculty member and course coordinator I presented and discussed challenges and possibilities of field experience with other faculty individually and at staff meetings. Furthermore, a number of other responsibilities included the supervision of the design and implementation of lesson plans of prospective pre-primary teachers at local schools, as well as of their methodology of teaching; counselling a number of first-year students; and the supervision of the theses of more than twenty 4th year students.

 

   

Dates

 

Aug 2004 — Aug 2005

 

Employer Name5

 

Council on Teacher Education, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA

 

Occupation or position(s) held6

 

Evaluator

 

Main activities and responsibilities7

 

Evaluating essays on philosophy of teaching and learning for the Council on Teacher Education. The essays are part of the UIC undergraduate students’ teacher candidate portfolio, and are scored on several dimensions derived from the conceptual framework of UIC’s educational professional development programs and the Illinois Professional Teaching Standards. The rubric focuses on the quality of student teachers’ ideas about student development and learning, the quality of ideas about their own professional knowledge and development, and the quality of their writing.

 

   

Dates

 

Aug 2002 — Jul 2005

 

Employer Name5

 

Institute for Mathematics and Science Education & College of Education, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA

 

Occupation or position(s) held6

 

Research Assistant

 

Main activities and responsibilities7

 

Conducted evaluation and research activities in the context of two multi-year, multi-million dollar NSF-funded projects. Both projects focused on UIC Fellows who worked with mentor teachers in urban and suburban public schools to enhance students’ experiences in and understandings of science and mathematics. In these projects I was responsible for data collection (interviews), data analysis, and offering advice, suggestions and assistance to Fellows and Principal Investigators on issues regarding research, as well as for creating and maintaining a database for research data. I also participated in the meetings with Pis, and I contributed to writing the research and evaluation part for the NSF grant proposal of the newly funded project. Using data from the graduate students' yearlong journaling we have started a series of studies.  The first study focused on graduate students' curricular conceptions as portrayed through their reflections on events, actions, and issues they noticed in their work in urban secondary classrooms, and how these conceptions relate to both their prior experiences and the projects and activities they pursued in classrooms (Christodoulou, & Varelas with Wenzel, under review).

 

   

Dates

 

Sep 2002 — Jun 2003

 

Employer Name5

 

Athena Greek School, Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

Occupation or position(s) held6

 

Primary School Teacher

 

Main activities and responsibilities7

 

Classroom teacher of 4-6 year old children. Created curricula and activities in Greek for bilingual children who were mostly of Greek descend.

 

   

Dates

 

Aug 2000 — Aug 2002

 

Employer Name5

 

Office of International Services, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA

 

Occupation or position(s) held6

 

Graduate Assistant

 

Main activities and responsibilities7

 

Responsible for the development and implementation of educational, social, and cultural programs for UIC’s international population. Assisted with planning new student orientation and other workshops during the Fall and Spring semesters. Responsible for planning and implementing the Keeping Safe on the Road workshop. Coordinated and oversaw front counter operations. Assisted in the production of documents and guides for training of new staff members, and for the promotion of OIS activities. Assisted in the development of new methods for assessing student learning. Initiated and maintained correspondence with UIC and non-UIC office constituents.

 

   

Dates

 

Sep 1999—Jun 2000

 

Employer Name5

 

Engomi Public and Municipal Kindergarten School, Nicosia, Cyprus

 

Occupation or position(s) held6

 

Kindergarten School Teacher

 

Main activities and responsibilities7

 

Classroom teacher of 4-5 year old children

 

   

Professional

Organizations

Member—American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies

Member—American Educational Research Association (Division B: Curriculum Studies; División K: Teaching and Teacher Education; Narrative and Research SIG)

Member—American Educational Studies Association

Member—Bergamo Curriculum Association

Member—Curriculum and Pedagogy

Member—European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction

Representative of Cyprus, General Assembly and Affiliated Societies Committee—International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies

Member—POLIS Citizenship Association

World Organization for Early Childhood Education [

 

Ðáãêüóìéá ÏñãÜíùóç Ðñþôçò ÁãùãÞò êáé Åêðáßäåõóçò] (http://www.omep.org.gu.se/) (ÏÌÅÑ)
   

Awards9

Nominated from the Nominations Committee to serve the country representative for Cyprus for General Assembly of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS), as well as for the Affiliated Societies Committee for the term 2010-2013 (2010).

 

American Educational Research Association International Scholar Award, Chicago, IL (2007).

 

Various travel grants and awards for participation at conferences (2003-2004).

 

   

Professional

Contribution

 

 

National / International

 

Representative of Cyprus at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies general assembly and member of the Affiliated Societies Committee under the presidency of Zhang Hua (2010-2013).

Member of the 2011 OMEP European Conference Scientific Committee of the World Organization for Early Childhood Education co-organized by OMEP Cyprus, OMEP Greece and the School of Education of the European University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, May, 2011.

[

Åõñùðáúêü ÓõíÝäñéï 2011 ôçò Ðáãêüóìéáò ÏñãÜíùóçò Ðñþôçò ÁãùãÞò êáé Åêðáßäåõóçò (ÏÌÅÑ) ðïõ èá óõíäéïñãáíþóïõí ç ÏÌÅÑ Êýðñïõ, ç ÏÌÅÑ ÅëëÜäïò êáé ôï ÔìÞìá Åðéóôçìþí ôçò ÁãùãÞò ôïõ Åõñùðáúêïý Ðáíåðéóôçìßïõ Êýðñïõ] (2010-2011).

Discussant of the session Curriculum, Diversity, and Teacher Education (Division B: Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2009 annual meeting, San Diego, CA.

Chair of the session Creating Knowledge Online, on Field Trips, and in Science Centers and Museums (Division B: Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2009 annual meeting, San Diego, CA.

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2009 annual meeting, San Diego, CA.

Invited round-table discussant with a suggestion entitled “Discussion of curriculum issues in the framework of the educational reform” of the speech of Dr. G. Tsiakalos “Contemporary approaches in the development of new curricula” at the forum “The educational reform in Cyprus: Contributing in the public dialogue,” European University, Nicosia, Cyprus, January 24, 2009 [

 

 

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2009]

Guest editor of the Perspectives section of the Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy, 5(1), under the editorial-ship of P. Slattery, & J. Henderson (2008).

Representative of Cyprus at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies general assembly under the presidency of Zhang Hua (2007-2010).

Chair of the session Exploring Preservice Teachers' Beliefs About Science Teaching (Division K: Teacher and Teaching Education, Section 7) at the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Chair of the session Citizenship Curriculum, Teacher Conceptions, and Student Narratives (Division B: Curriculum Studies, Section 2: Studies in Diversity) at the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Chair of the session Memory, Coherence, and Identity in Narrative Research (SIG—Narrative and Research) after invitation at the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Discussant of the session International Perspectives on School-University Collaborative Research (SIG—School-University Collaborative Research) at the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Reviewer for the first International Childhood and Youth Research Network (ICYRNet) 2008 meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus

Chair of the Parallel session (3) at the International Sociological Association, May 25-27, 2007, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Chair of the session School University Collaborative Research in World Contexts (SIG—School-University Collaborative Research) at the American Educational Research Association 2007 annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Chair of the session Multicultural and Inclusive Mathematics and Science Education: Toward Pedagogies of Equity and Engagement (Division K: Teaching and Teacher Education) at the American Educational Research Association 2007 annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Reviewer for the Curriculum & Pedagogy Proceedings Book (2006-present).

Reviewer for the Transnational Curriculum Inquiry Journal (the Journal of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies) (2006-present).

Reviewer for the Journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (2006-present)

Reviewer for the Review of Research in Education Journal (2006-present)

Reviewer for the Review of Educational Research Journal (2006-present)

Reviewer for the Educational Researcher Journal (2006-present)

Reviewer for the Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Journal (2006-present)

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Journal, Section on Teaching, Learning and Human Development (2006-present)

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2007 annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Serving as a member on the American Educational Research Association’s Narrative and Research SIG Theory Article Award Committee under the presidency of Dr. Jean Clandinin (2006-2007)

Co-Representative of Cyprus with Dr. Mary Koutselini at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies general assembly under the presidency of Dr. William Pinar (2004-2007)

Serving as a member on the American Educational Research Association’s Narrative and Research SIG Theory Article Award Committee under the presidency of Dr. Jean Clandinin (2005-2006)

Reviewer for the Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2006-present).

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy (2005-2008).

Accepted to participate at the New Faculty Seminar of the Division B (Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2006 annual meeting, San Francisco, California. (Selection based on application). The seminar was open to recent graduates of doctoral programs in education whose preparation and research focuses on curriculum. The seminar focused on topics in curriculum research and professional development as well as issues in getting research published and entering the professorate with a healthy balance of research, teaching and service.

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2006 annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Participation as a volunteer at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction 2005 Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Chair of the session International Perspectives on Teacher Education (Division K: Teacher Education) at the American Educational Research Association 2005 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Chair of the session The Artestry of Teaching (SIG: Lives of Teachers) at the American Educational Research Association 2005 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Participated at the Graduate Student Alumni Seminar (Invitation based on participation at the Graduate Student Seminar in 2003) of the Division B (Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2005 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada. The seminar aimed at promoting and sustaining collegial interchange in two broad areas (1) important issues in curriculum research and (2) perplexing aspects of professional development.

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2005 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Participated at the Graduate Student Alumni Seminar (Invitation based on participation at the Graduate Student Seminar in 2003) of the Division B (Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2004 annual meeting, San Diego, CA. The seminar aimed at promoting and sustaining collegial interchange in two broad areas (1) important issues in curriculum research and (2) perplexing aspects of professional development.

Participated at the Graduate Student Seminar (Invitation by nomination) of the Division B (Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2003 annual meeting, Chicago, IL. The seminar was open to 2nd and 3rd year doctoral students in curriculum studies who had completed most, if not all, of their coursework and who were preparing comprehensive exams, qualifying papers, and/or thesis proposals focused on curriculum. Representations of institutions limited to 2 students. Students are selected based on their accomplishments so far, and their interests after being nominated by senior scholars.

 

ôçò ïìéëßáò ôïõ Ã. ÔóéÜêáëïõ «Óýã÷ñïíåò ðñïóåããßóåéò óôçí áíÜðôõîç íÝùí áíáëõôéêþí ðñïãñáììÜôùí», óôçí Çìåñßäá «Ç åêðáéäåõôéêÞ ìåôáññýèìéóç óôçí Êýðñï: ÓõìâÜëëïíôáò óôï äçìüóéï äéÜëïãï», ÅñãáóôÞñéï ¸ñåõíáò êáé ÌÜèçóçò óôéò ÈåôéêÝò ÅðéóôÞìåò êáé ÊïéíùíéêÝò ÓðïõäÝò, Åõñùðáúêü ÐáíåðéóôÞìéï Êýðñïõ, 24 Éáíïõáñßïõ,

2009]

Guest editor of the Perspectives section of the Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy, 5(1), under the editorial-ship of P. Slattery, & J. Henderson (2008).

Representative of Cyprus at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies general assembly under the presidency of Zhang Hua (2007-2010).

Chair of the session Exploring Preservice Teachers' Beliefs About Science Teaching (Division K: Teacher and Teaching Education, Section 7) at the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Chair of the session Citizenship Curriculum, Teacher Conceptions, and Student Narratives (Division B: Curriculum Studies, Section 2: Studies in Diversity) at the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Chair of the session Memory, Coherence, and Identity in Narrative Research (SIG—Narrative and Research) after invitation at the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Discussant of the session International Perspectives on School-University Collaborative Research (SIG—School-University Collaborative Research) at the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2008 annual meeting, New York City, NY.

Reviewer for the first International Childhood and Youth Research Network (ICYRNet) 2008 meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus

Chair of the Parallel session (3) at the International Sociological Association, May 25-27, 2007, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Chair of the session School University Collaborative Research in World Contexts (SIG—School-University Collaborative Research) at the American Educational Research Association 2007 annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Chair of the session Multicultural and Inclusive Mathematics and Science Education: Toward Pedagogies of Equity and Engagement (Division K: Teaching and Teacher Education) at the American Educational Research Association 2007 annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Reviewer for the Curriculum & Pedagogy Proceedings Book (2006-present).

Reviewer for the Transnational Curriculum Inquiry Journal (the Journal of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies) (2006-present).

Reviewer for the Journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (2006-present)

Reviewer for the Review of Research in Education Journal (2006-present)

Reviewer for the Review of Educational Research Journal (2006-present)

Reviewer for the Educational Researcher Journal (2006-present)

Reviewer for the Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Journal (2006-present)

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Journal, Section on Teaching, Learning and Human Development (2006-present)

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2007 annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Serving as a member on the American Educational Research Association’s Narrative and Research SIG Theory Article Award Committee under the presidency of Dr. Jean Clandinin (2006-2007)

Co-Representative of Cyprus with Dr. Mary Koutselini at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies general assembly under the presidency of Dr. William Pinar (2004-2007)

Serving as a member on the American Educational Research Association’s Narrative and Research SIG Theory Article Award Committee under the presidency of Dr. Jean Clandinin (2005-2006)

Reviewer for the Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2006-present).

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy (2005-2008).

Accepted to participate at the New Faculty Seminar of the Division B (Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2006 annual meeting, San Francisco, California. (Selection based on application). The seminar was open to recent graduates of doctoral programs in education whose preparation and research focuses on curriculum. The seminar focused on topics in curriculum research and professional development as well as issues in getting research published and entering the professorate with a healthy balance of research, teaching and service.

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2006 annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Participation as a volunteer at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction 2005 Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Chair of the session International Perspectives on Teacher Education (Division K: Teacher Education) at the American Educational Research Association 2005 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Chair of the session The Artestry of Teaching (SIG: Lives of Teachers) at the American Educational Research Association 2005 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Participated at the Graduate Student Alumni Seminar (Invitation based on participation at the Graduate Student Seminar in 2003) of the Division B (Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2005 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada. The seminar aimed at promoting and sustaining collegial interchange in two broad areas (1) important issues in curriculum research and (2) perplexing aspects of professional development.

Reviewer for the American Educational Research Association 2005 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Participated at the Graduate Student Alumni Seminar (Invitation based on participation at the Graduate Student Seminar in 2003) of the Division B (Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2004 annual meeting, San Diego, CA. The seminar aimed at promoting and sustaining collegial interchange in two broad areas (1) important issues in curriculum research and (2) perplexing aspects of professional development.

Participated at the Graduate Student Seminar (Invitation by nomination) of the Division B (Curriculum Studies) at the American Educational Research Association 2003 annual meeting, Chicago, IL. The seminar was open to 2nd and 3rd year doctoral students in curriculum studies who had completed most, if not all, of their coursework and who were preparing comprehensive exams, qualifying papers, and/or thesis proposals focused on curriculum. Representations of institutions limited to 2 students. Students are selected based on their accomplishments so far, and their interests after being nominated by senior scholars.

   

Regional / Local

 

 

Secretary of International Affairs of the Cyprus Social Ecology Movement and member since 2009 (2010)

Elected

 

 

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ember of the Youth Council of Lapithos’ Municipality (2005-present)

Member of the Publications Committee of Lapithos’ Municipality (2007)

Member of the Cultural Heritage Committee of Lapithos’ Municipality (2007)

   

Service to the Institute

Library and Information Systems Committee (LISC) of the Senate: I serve as a nominated person at the LISC, which is a committee responsible for the proper function of the Library and the Information Systems, as well make decisions and act as mediators between the Senate and these two departments o the University (2007-2010).

Cross-Departmental Committee for the Equality of Men and Women at Frederick University: I serve on this committee to monitor and promote awareness about sexual equality (2009-present).

Organization of the seminar ‘Road accidents: Whose fault is it?’ conducted within the framework of the participation of Frederick University in the European Road Safety Charter (http://www.erscharter.eu), Frederick University, Nicosia, Cyprus, May 20 (2010)

Planning and organization of lecture “Sexual Equality and Development, African-American Spirituals and Social Progress” by Professor De Rose Elder, Ohio State University in collaboration with the Cross-departmental Committee for the Equality of Men and Women at Frederick University and the American Embassy, Frederick University, Nicosia, Cyprus, March 16, 2010. It was addressed to Frederick University teachers, students and staff (2010)

Organization of the lecture Rethinking Democracy, Justice and Education in the Age of Obama by the Distinguished Professor of Education and Senior University Scholar William C. Ayers, University of Illinois at Chicago, in collaboration with the Preprimary Education Department of Frederick University and the Institute for Eurodemocracy Glafcos Clerides, June 17, Frederick University, Nicosia, Cyprus (2009)

Pre-Primary Education Department Committee for the transfer of

ECTS for transfer students (2009-present).

Pre-Primary Education Department Committee for the revision of the program of studies of the Preprimary Education Department, according to the Provisions

of the Regulations of the University for the Revision of the Programs of Study (2009-present).

Pre-Primary Education Department Committee for the School Experience:

I serve as a member of the committee that is responsible for the supervision of the School Experience course at the School of Education. I also participate and present at the seminars and workshops organized for the students who participate at this course

(2007-present).

As an elected member of the Pre-primary Education Department I represent the Department to the meetings of the Board of the School of Education (2007-2008).

Curriculum Development:

(1) Highly envolved in the process for the presentation of the department at the EAIP Committee for the Assessment of Private Universities CAPU and development of Tuning Forms for the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Contributing to the development of the Frederick undergraduate and graduate pre-primary education programs (2007-2010).

(2) Contributing to the development of the Frederick undergraduate and graduate pre-primary and elementary education programs, particularly facilitating the development of curriculum, instruction, and evaluation courses, as well as the methodology of teaching and learning courses. This contribution is part of the broader effort for improvement of the Frederick programs of study, and the broader reform efforts at the tertiary education level that include the conversion of colleges into private universities (2005-2007).

(3)

Serving as a nominated member of the three-member School Experience committee responsible for the overview of the practical experience of the students at the schools and the student teaching, ensuring the efficient function of the course through appropriate to the circumstances decision-making (2007-2008). At FIT, I was responsible to offer

guidance for the development and improvement of the Frederick School Experience course, designed to offer theoretical background and practical experience to the undergraduate students of the pre-primary and elementary education program. In particular, I had the responsibility for the design, implementation, and coordination of the school practice course offered to the education students at F.I.T. (2005-2007). Also, I had the responsibility of presenting challenges, opportunities and facts to the faculty at the staff meetings about the students’ school experience. In addition to this, I brought education faculty together to collaborate toward the common aim to improve the experiences offered to the students.

Representation of FUC at meetings with other universities for the development of principles and agreement for:

E-learning (July 2008)

Consortium of universities with industry (Sep. 23, 2008)

Undertaking a number of activities including service to the students at FIT, such as counseling, field experience supervision, and student thesis supervision (2005-2007).

Serving on FIT Education Department Committees:

Committee for the organization of the educational seminar “Multicultural Education” (October 2007)

Chair of the Committee for the Advancement and Supervision of Pre-primary and Elementary Student School Practice at FIT Education Department (2005-2007)

Committee for the Promotion of Research at FIT Education Department (2005-2007)

 

   

Research Projects

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Awarded June 2010 for 12 months

Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation grant, Requested funding €49.983,00

 

Title

 

The Cyprus Oral History Project: Illuminating our Lives/Teaching the Conflict—Truth and Reconciliation through Oral History Research [

ÐñïóùðéêÝò ÁöçãÞóåéò Êõðñßùí: Áðïêáëýðôïíôáò ôéò ÆùÝò ìáò/ÄéäÜóêïíôáò ôç ÄéáìÜ÷çÁëÞèåéá êáé Óõìöéëßùóç ìÝóá áðü ¸ñåõíá ÐñïóùðéêÞò ÁöÞãçóçò]

ÐñïóùðéêÝò ÁöçãÞóåéò Êõðñßùí: Áðïêáëýðôïíôáò ôéò ÆùÝò ìáò/ÄéäÜóêïíôáò ôç ÄéáìÜ÷çÁëÞèåéá êáé Óõìöéëßùóç ìÝóá áðü ¸ñåõíá ÐñïóùðéêÞò ÁöÞãçóçò]

Role and Contribution

 

Project Coordinator: Dr. Nikoletta Christodoulou

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Awarded, Researcher’s Night, Sep. 2010

RECARE and Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation grant, €500.

 

Title

 

Examining

the Distinctiveness of people [

Äéåñåõíþíôáò êáé åíôïðßæïíôáò ôéò éäéáéôåñüôçôåò ôùí áíèñþðùí].

Role and Contribution

 

Role: Activity facilitator, Researcher.

Contact Persons: Dr. Nikoletta Christodoulou & Dr. Nikleia Eteokleous, Frederick Research Center.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Awarded Sep. 2008 for 2 years

Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation grant, Requested funding €99.968,00

 

Title

 

Education for Sustainable Development as an Induction Framework for Novice Teachers: Quality Educators for Quality Education (INDUCTION) [

 

Ç Åêðáßäåõóç ãéá ôçí Áåéöüñï ÁíÜðôõîç ùò ðëáßóéï åêðáßäåõóçò ÍåïäéïñéóèÝíôùí Åêðáéäåõôéêþí: Ðïéïôéêïß Åêðáéäåõôéêïß ãéá ÐïéïôéêÞ Åêðáßäåõóç].

Role and Contribution

 

Role: Researcher (member of the host organisation research group), responsible for the coordination and implementation of the programme in pre-primary schools.

Principal Investigator and Contact Person: Dr.

Chrysanthi Kadji-Beltran, Frederick Research Center, Nicosia, Cyprus.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

2009-2010

, Frederick University, Nicosia, Cyprus & University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

Title

 

The Cyprus Oral History Project: Illuminating our Lives/Teaching the Conflict—Truth and Reconciliation through Oral History Research [

ÐñïóùðéêÝò ÁöçãÞóåéò Êõðñßùí: Áðïêáëýðôïíôáò ôéò ÆùÝò ìáò/ÄéäÜóêïíôáò ôç ÄéáìÜ÷çÁëÞèåéá êáé Óõìöéëßùóç ìÝóá áðü ¸ñåõíá ÐñïóùðéêÞò ÁöÞãçóçò]

ÐñïóùðéêÝò ÁöçãÞóåéò Êõðñßùí: Áðïêáëýðôïíôáò ôéò ÆùÝò ìáò/ÄéäÜóêïíôáò ôç ÄéáìÜ÷çÁëÞèåéá êáé Óõìöéëßùóç ìÝóá áðü ¸ñåõíá ÐñïóùðéêÞò ÁöÞãçóçò]

Role and Contribution

 

Project Coordinators: Dr. Nikoleta Christodoulou, Frederick University, Nicosia, Cyprus & Dr. Bill Ayers, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

2010

 

Title

 

European Road Safety Charter

 

Role and Contribution

 

A European Commission Initiative. Aiming at undertaking research, educative and other initiatives in Cyprus and to get involved in public dialogue at European level, for three years. Frederick University. http://www.erscharter.eu/

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Submitted on Sep. 14, 2009

 

92 890 for 2 years.

Title

 

Implementing an Intercultural Framework for Teacher Education and Curriculum Development [

 

ÅöáñìïãÞ äéáðïëéôéóìéêïý ðëáéóßïõ ãéá ôçí åêðáßäåõóç åêðáéäåõôéêþí êáé ôçí áíÜðôõîç ðñïãñáììÜôùí] (IntersECT)

Role and Contribution

 

Role: Project main researchers and proposal write-up and submission with Dr. Nikleia Eteokleous,

Principal Investigator: Dr. Lucia Demetriou,

Frederick Research Center, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Contact persons: Dr. Nikoletta Christodoulou, Dr. Nikleia Eteokleous,

Frederick Research Center, Nicosia, Cyprus

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Awarded, Researcher’s Night, Sep. 2009

RECARE and Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation grant, €750.

 

Title

 

Searching my Senses, Interacting with Technology [

Åîåñåõíþ ôéò áéóèÞóåéò ìïõ êáé áëëçëåðéäñþ ìå ôçí Ôå÷íïëïãßá].

Åîåñåõíþ ôéò áéóèÞóåéò ìïõ êáé áëëçëåðéäñþ ìå ôçí Ôå÷íïëïãßá].

Role and Contribution

 

Role: Activity facilitator, Researcher.

Contact Persons: Dr. Nikoletta Christodoulou & Dr. Nikleia Eteokleous, Frederick Research Center.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Awarded, Researcher’s Night, Sep.

2008, and Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation grant, €900.

 

Title

 

Ôå÷íï

-Áíáêýêëùóç: Ðåéñáìáôéóìüò ìå Áíáêõêëþóéìá ÕëéêÜ (Technopark: Äéáäñáóôéêü Åêðáéäåõôéêü ÐÜñêï Ôå÷íïëïãéêÞò ¸ñåõíáò).

 

-Áíáêýêëùóç: Ðåéñáìáôéóìüò ìå Áíáêõêëþóéìá ÕëéêÜ (Technopark: Äéáäñáóôéêü Åêðáéäåõôéêü ÐÜñêï Ôå÷íïëïãéêÞò ¸ñåõíáò).

-Áíáêýêëùóç: Ðåéñáìáôéóìüò ìå Áíáêõêëþóéìá ÕëéêÜ (Technopark: Äéáäñáóôéêü Åêðáéäåõôéêü ÐÜñêï Ôå÷íïëïãéêÞò ¸ñåõíáò).

Role and Contribution

 

Role: Activity facilitator, Researcher.

Contact Persons: Dr. G. Demosthenous & A. Baldoukas, Frederick University Cyprus.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

To be submitted

 

Title

 

Young People, Citizenship, and Acceptance of Diversity

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project Coordinator with Dr. Victoria Pavlou.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

To be submitted

 

Title

 

The Literacy and Mathematics Intertextual Project (LiMIP): Enhancing Kindergarten Students’ Understandings

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project coordinator with Dr. Rita Panaoura and Dr. Katerina Karatasou,

Frederick University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

To be submitted

 

Title

 

The K-6 c

lassroom as a multicultural laboratory: Developing educational activities with the use of technological aids

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project Coordinator with Dr. Nikleia Eteokleous, Frederick University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

S

ubmitted on Nov. 29, 2007, 36 monthsFP7-SSH-2007-1, SSH-2007-5.1.1., Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities, Activity 8.5., The Citizen in the European Union, Funding scheme: Collaborative projects (CP), 1.8 M€, Not funded.

 

Title

 

Communication Platforms and Methods for Citizen Participation in Urban Design Local Projects Development (PUD)

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project Partner with Dr. Rita Panaoura, Frederick University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

2007 – 2010,

Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA & Frederick University, Nicosia, Cyprus.

 

Title

 

International crosstalk: Preservice teachers share belief systems via videoconferencing.

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project Coordinator with Dr. Walter Gershon, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

2006 – 2010

Frederick Institute of Technology, Nicosia, Cyprus & Cyprus College, Nicosia, Cyprus]

 

Title

 

Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Mapping the field

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project Coordinator with Dr. Stavroula Filippou, European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Submitted on May, 2007

 

Title

 

The European researcher through the kids’ eyes

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project Coordinator with Dr. Costas Kadis and Dr. Nikleia Eteokleous, Frederick University, Nicosia, Cyprus.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Submitted on Feb 13, 2007

UNDP: United Nations Development Programme, Action for Cooperation and Trust, Call on Education, Cost: US$128,950, Not Funded

 

Title

 

Live, Experience, Teach us (LET us)

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project Coordinator.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Submitted on Nov 1, 2005

 

Title

 

The evidence within: Web-Based portfolios of best classroom practices

 

Role and Contribution

 

Role: Project Coordinators with Dr Lucy Avraamidou

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

Submitted on Nov 1, 2005

 

Title

 

Teaching science through the use of outdoor activities supported by ICT

 

Role and Contribution

 

Role: Project Participant in collaboration with Dr Lucy Avraamidou

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

2005 – 2008:

SOCRATES: Comenius 2.1. Total Funding: 300,000 Euro

 

Title

 

Heritage as an “Outdoor Laboratory” for Innovative Science Teacher Education: The Use of Handheld Technologies in Education

 

Role and Contribution

 

Project Participant at no cost

.

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

2004 – 2008:

National Science Foundation grant #: DGE-0338328. Total Funding: US$1,979,787

 

Title

 

Scientists, Kids, and Teachers (SKIT): A GK-12 Partnership with the Chicago Public Schools

 

Role and Contribution

 

2004-2005: Research Assistant, 2005-Present: Project participant at no cost.

Contributed to writing the research and evaluation part for the NSF grant proposal. Responsible for data collection (interviews), data analysis, and offering advice, suggestions and assistance to Fellows and Principal Investigators on issues regarding research, as well as for creating and maintaining a database for research data. I also participated in the meetings with Pis. Using students’ yearlong journaling from the first round of the GK-12 project we have started a series of studies. The first study focused on graduate students' curricular conceptions as portrayed through their reflections on events, actions, and issues they noticed in their work in urban secondary classrooms, and how these conceptions relate to both their prior experiences and the projects and activities they pursued in classrooms (Christodoulou & Varelas, 2009).

 

   

Duration, Funding Ag. and Funding

 

2002 – 2003:

 

Title

 

UIC Graduate Fellows in K-12 Education (UIC GK-12)

 

Role and Contribution

 

Research Assistant in two multi-year, multi-million dollar NSF-funded projects that focused on UIC Fellows who work with mentor teachers in urban and suburban public schools to enhance students’ experiences in and understandings of science and mathematics. Conducted evaluation and research activities, which included data collection, data analysis, and offering advice, suggestions and assistance to Fellows and Principal Investigators (PIs) on issues regarding research.

 

   

Publications

 

 

Doctoral Thesis

 

Christodoulou Niki

Publications

 

Gershon, Walter S. & Christodoulou Nikoletta Ethics and curriculum in traveling without moving: Using videoconferencing to facilitate dialogue between preservice teachers in two nations. In T. C. Mason, & R. J. Helfenbein (Eds.). Ethics and International Curriculum Work: The Challenges of Culture and Context. Information Age Press, in press, 2011.

Gershon Walter S. & Christodoulou Nikoletta What’s love got to do with it?: Preservice teachers conceptions and talk about teaching. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. Accepted for publication with minor revisions, in press.

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Eteokleous Nikleia & Christodoulou Nikoletta The process of multicultural education in a centralized and homogeneous educational system. Problems of Education in the 21st Century, 21(21), 47-63, 2010.

Christodoulou, Nikoleta

Traditionalist perspective. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 886-887). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2010.
Mastery learning. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 558-559). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2010.
Embodied curriculum. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 331-332). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2010.
Deliberative curriculum. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 277-279). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2010.
Conceptual empiricist perspective. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 139-140). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2010.
Bourdieuian thought. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 86-87). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2010.
Sections from the diary of a refugee-immigrant and a glance at the events of nine-eleven: Documented narrative, curriculum, and education. In Chicago: An Immigrant City, Resources and Reflections. Chicago, IL: Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, in press, 2010.
, Katsounari Ioanna & Theocharides Sotiris Hidden Curriculum, Collective Memories, and the Use of Language: When their Incongruence Creates Identity Conflicts and Cognitive Dissonance. Submitted to Curriculum Inquiry, under review.

 

Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6. http://asstudents.unco.edu/students/AE-Extra/2005/6/index.html, 2005

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Multiculturalism, standardized curriculum, and testing. In Morris R. (Ed.), Debating multicultural pluralistic issues in standards based curriculum. A Monograph Prepared for the Annual Meeting of the Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development, Orlando, FL, April 2005.

Christodoulou Nikoletta

The study of self-education as a graduate course and as an illustration of what an in-service education should be: An autobiographical case study and other possibilities. ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, ED 479537, 2003

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Politics, violence, and education: Other people's countries. ERIC Clearinghouse on Social Science/Social Studies Education, ED 478757, 2003

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, America and the world: September 11th from another perspective. ERIC Clearinghouse on Social Science/Social Studies Education, ED 478756, 2003

Christodoulou Nikoletta

The pedagogy of the refugee and the issues of identity, cosmopolitanism, patriotism in curriculum and teaching: An (auto)biographical approach. Pedagogies: An International Journal. (under review)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Looking inwards and the hidden curriculum: Teachers’ reflections and narratives using artistic texts. Journal of Curriculum Studies. (under review)

Gershon Walter & Christodoulou Nikoletta International crosstalk: Videoconferencing, belief systems, and preservice teachers. To be submitted to. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Mapping the field. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Artistic texts and educational experiences: An interview with William H. Schubert. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Curriculum theorizing with artistic texts. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Journaling: A means for learning for the teacher and undergraduate student teachers in Cyprus. To be submitted to Curriculum Inquiry. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Thinking about curriculum and education: Reconstructing memories form Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, America, and the world. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Yearning experiences, crafting texts: An interview with William H. Schubert about the arts, texts, and experiences. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Understanding the community through artistic texts: An analysis. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Inquiring into teachers’ currículum and theorizing: An analysis of issues in narrative, currículum, pedagogy. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Studies. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Student teachers’ first year learning experiences: Challenges and opportunities. To be submitted to Teaching Education. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Journaling: A means for learning for the teacher and undergraduate student teachers in Cyprus. To be submitted to Curriculum Inquiry. (in preparation)

 

Ìéëþíôáò áðëÜ ãéá åêðáßäåõóç Þ, êáëýôåñá, áíáæçôþíôáò ðáéäåßá; ÅðáíåîåôÜæïíôáò ôçí Ýííïéáåêðáßäåõóçãéá ôç äçìéïõñãßá åíüòðåðáéäåõìÝíïõáíèñþðïõ [Arguing about education, or, better, seeking paideia: Reexamining the notion of ‘education’ for the development of human beings with paideia] (óò. 627-646). In M. Ioannidou-Koutselini, M. Eliofotou-Menon, C. Korfiatis, D. Pitta-Pantazi, & S. S. Fotiou, (Åðéì.), ÔéìÞò Ýíåêåí Ìé÷áëÜêç É. Ìáñáèåýôç

[Honoring Michalakis I. Maratheftis]. Nicosia, Cyprus: Department of Educational Sciences, University of Cyprus, 2009.Issues of language and culture in translating ‘curriculum’: An analysis of curriculum publications

. Journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies, 5(June), 1-7, 2009..

In L. Neophytou (Ed.), Proceedings from the International Conference ‘Citizenship, Multiculturalism, Cosmopolitanism’ (pp. 550-564). Nicosia, Cyprus: POLI.S Citizenship Association, 2009.

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Christodoulou Nikoletta

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Looking inwards and the hidden curriculum: Teachers’ reflections and narratives using artistic texts. Journal of Curriculum Studies. (under review)

Gershon Walter & Christodoulou Nikoletta International crosstalk: Videoconferencing, belief systems, and preservice teachers. To be submitted to. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Mapping the field. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Artistic texts and educational experiences: An interview with William H. Schubert. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Curriculum theorizing with artistic texts. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Journaling: A means for learning for the teacher and undergraduate student teachers in Cyprus. To be submitted to Curriculum Inquiry. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Thinking about curriculum and education: Reconstructing memories form Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, America, and the world. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Yearning experiences, crafting texts: An interview with William H. Schubert about the arts, texts, and experiences. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Understanding the community through artistic texts: An analysis. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Inquiring into teachers’ currículum and theorizing: An analysis of issues in narrative, currículum, pedagogy. To be submitted to Journal of Curriculum Studies. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Student teachers’ first year learning experiences: Challenges and opportunities. To be submitted to Teaching Education. (in preparation)

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Journaling: A means for learning for the teacher and undergraduate student teachers in Cyprus. To be submitted to Curriculum Inquiry. (in preparation)

 

Understanding in a poetic sense. Academic Exchange Extra: an Online Companion to the International Journal
Curriculum lessons from “The Dreamers”. In W. Gershon, T. Kelly, K. Kesson, & W. W. Bailey (Eds.), (De)liberating curriculum and pedagogy: Exploring the promise and perils of “scientifically based” approaches. Papers from the 5th Curriculum and Pedagogy Annual Conference, Oxford, Ohio, 2004. Troy, New York: Educator’s International Press, Inc., pp. 99-116, 2005.
Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6. http://asstudents.unco.edu/students/AE-Extra/2005/6/index.html, 2005

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Multiculturalism, standardized curriculum, and testing. In Morris R. (Ed.), Debating multicultural pluralistic issues in standards based curriculum. A Monograph Prepared for the Annual Meeting of the Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development, Orlando, FL, April 2005.

Christodoulou Nikoletta

The study of self-education as a graduate course and as an illustration of what an in-service education should be: An autobiographical case study and other possibilities. ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, ED 479537, 2003

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Politics, violence, and education: Other people's countries. ERIC Clearinghouse on Social Science/Social Studies Education, ED 478757, 2003

Christodoulou Nikoletta

Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, America and the world: September 11th from another perspective. ERIC Clearinghouse on Social Science/Social Studies Education, ED 478756, 2003

Christodoulou Nikoletta

The pedagogy of the refugee and the issues of identity, cosmopolitanism, patriotism in curriculum and teaching: An (auto)biographical approach. Pedagogies: An International Journal. (under review)

   

Additional information

 

Peer-Reviewed Presentations

 

Christodoulou N

 

Third International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS) World Curriculum Studies Conference, September 7-10, Cape Town, South Africa.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Katsounari, I. (2009). Hidden curriculum, collective memories, and the use of language: Can their mismatch create identity conflicts and cognitive dissonance? Paper presented at the Third International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (

IAACS) World Curriculum Studies Conference, September 7-10, Cape Town, South Africa.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (2009). Curriculum Studies in Cyprus: Comparing two periods to explore directions, limitations and challenges. Paper presented at the

Third International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS) World Curriculum Studies Conference, September 7-10, Cape Town, South Africa.

Christodoulou, N.

(2009). Documenting first year student teachers’ learning experiences: Challenges, opportunities and lessons for the development of critical thinking. Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) meeting, August 25-29, Amsterdam, Netherlands

.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Eteokleous, N. (2009). A model of collaboration and autonomy for intercultural education as revealed through teachers’ perceptions. Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) meeting, August 25-29, Amsterdam, Netherlands

.

Katzi, C., Christodoulou, N., Kadis, C., & Zachariou, A. (2009). Education for Sustainable Development based Induction Programme for Novice Teachers. Paper presented at the Fifth World Environmental Education Congress (5WEEC), May 10-14, Montreal, Canada.

Eteokleous, N., & Christodoulou, N. (2009).

Examining institutional framework and educational policy in multicultural education in a centralized, homogeneous educational system. Paper presented at the

meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 13-17, San Diego, California.

Christodoulou, N.

(2008, June).

 

 

Ìå öüíôï ôï åîáèëéùìÝíï «ôïõò» ó÷ïëåßï: ÊáôáãñÜöïíôáò ôéò áðüøåéò ôùí öïéôçôþí-äáóêÜëùí åíüò ðáéäáãùãéêïý ôìÞìáôïò ãéá ôá ðáéäéÜ «åíüò Üëëïõ èåïý».

[With their filthy school at the background: Documenting the conceptions of preservice teachers about “other people’s children”]. Paper presented at the tenth pancyprian conference of the Pedagogical Association of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2008, May). First-year undergraduate student teachers’ reflections on educational and curricular issues: An analysis of lessons learned. Paper presented at the tenth International Conference on Education, Athens Institute for Education and Research (AT.IN.E.R.), Athens, Greece.

Pavlou, V., & Christodoulou, N. (2008, May). Understanding factors that affect young people’s views toward citizenship and acceptance of diversity. Paper presented at the first International Childhood and Youth Research Network (ICYRNet) conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2008, March). Looking inwards and the hidden curriculum. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Eteokleous, N. (joint first authorship). (2008, March). Examining Institutional Framework and Educational Policy in Multicultural Education: Opportunities and Possibilities. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Gershon, W. (2008, March). International crosstalk: Videoconferencing, belief systems, and preservice teachers. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York City, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2008, March). Issues of language and culture in translating “curriculum”: An analysis of curriculum publications. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York City, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, November). Who am I? Lost in identities or identities lost within me? Paper presented at the Citizenship-Multiculturalism-Cosmopolitanism International Conference, POLIS-Citizenship Association, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Karatasou, K., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, November). ‘To delphini’, ‘Sto skolio tou kosmou’ and peace education. Paper presented at the Citizenship-Multiculturalism-Cosmopolitanism International Conference of the POLIS-Citizenship Association, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Eteokleous, N., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, September). Achieving multiculturalism in a centralized educational system through computer technology. Paper presented at the International Council of Educational Media conference and the Innovative Learning Environments annual conference of CARDET, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, August). Understanding the community through artistic texts. Paper presented at the European Research Network about Parents in Education Annual Meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, May). Literature as intertextual text: Few case studies and possibilities. Paper accepted for presentation at the European Science Foundation: Literature for Europe, May 12-16, Vadstena, Sweden.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, May). Documenting first year student teachers’ learning experiences: Challenges, opportunities and lessons for the development of critical thinking. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Eteokleous, N. (2007, April). Choosing methodologies for examining the concept of multiculturalism in a centralized educational system: Effective, ineffective, and alternative methodologies within the Cyprus reality. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Eteokleous, N., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, April). Achieving multiculturalism in a centralized educational system through computer technology. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2007, April). Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Directions, limitations and challenges. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, January). Documenting first year student teachers’ learning experiences: Challenges, opportunities and lessons for the development of critical thinking. Paper accepted for presentation at the Fifth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Christodoulou, N.

(2006, November). Collaborative and reflective strategies: New faculty meeting the challenge to teach in the social foundations and beyond. (Presented at a symposium with N. Christodoulou, E. Buhrin, P. Konkol, K. Madda, I. Nunez, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Spokane, WA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2006, May). What happens when teachers start asking curriculum questions of worth? Paper accepted for presentation at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Triennial Meeting, The Second World Curriculum Studies Conference, Tampere, Finland.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2006, April). Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Mapping the field. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Berkeley, California.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Artistic texts as curriculum. (Presented at the panel session Contemporary Perspectives on Art Education and Curriculum Theory with G. Dimitriadis, N. Christodoulou, P. Hilton, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Exploring the self through the eyes of artistic writers. Paper presented at the International Society for Educational Biography Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Expanding the boundaries of curriculum with artistic texts. (Presented at the panel session Locating Curriculum in Emergent Scholarship with P. Salvio, N. Christodoulou, R. Skulnick, E. Ritter, and S. Xu). Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

, Varelas, M., & Wenzel, S. (2005, April). Experiences and curricular conceptions: Subject-matter experts work in urban secondary science and mathematics classrooms. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, November). The graduate journey: At the crossroads of perception and reality. A panel discussion. Part II: A year later… (Presented at a panel session with S. Tozer, N. Christodoulou, E. Buhrin, P. Konkol, K. Madda, I. Nunez, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). Alternative ways of theorizing in curriculum: A journey with artistic texts. Paper presented at the Bergamo Conference Annual Meeting, Bergamo Center, Dayton, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). A meeting of many minds: The Schubertian center. (Presented at a panel session with N. Christodoulou, P. Hilton, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the Bergamo Conference Annual Meeting, Bergamo Center, Dayton, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). One text, a thousand texts: Seeing through “The dreamers” to discuss curriculum and growth. Paper presented at the Curriculum & Pedagogy Annual Meeting, Oxford, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, April). Artistic texts, theorizing, and the practicing curriculum: An exploration. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, April). How artistic texts affect teachers’ personal and professional lives: A collective case study with features of arts-based educational research. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, Oct.-Nov.). The graduate journey: At the crossroads of perception and reality. A panel discussion of lessons lived and experiences had. (Presented at a panel session with S. Tozer, N. Christodoulou, E. Buhring, L. Hadjas, and P. Konkol). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, October). Texts that change our lives and our approach to teaching. Paper presented at the Curriculum & Pedagogy Annual Meeting, Decatur, GA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, America and the world: September 11th from another perspective. (Presented at the panel session Educational Responses to Terrorism, Violence, and Oppression with W. H. Schubert, N. Christodoulou, J. Budilovsky, H. Hall, P. Hilton, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). Politics, violence, and education. (Presented at the panel session Reflections of Terror: Educating for Justice, Equity, and Peace with N. Christodoulou, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). The study of self-education as a graduate course and as an illustration of what an in-service education should be: An autobiographical case study. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). What makes doctoral studies worthwhile? Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

öüíôï ôï åîáèëéùìÝíï «ôïõò» ó÷ïëåßï: ÊáôáãñÜöïíôáò ôéò áðüøåéò ôùí öïéôçôþí-äáóêÜëùí åíüò ðáéäáãùãéêïý ôìÞìáôïò ãéá ôá ðáéäéÜ «åíüò Üëëïõ èåïý».

[With their filthy school at the background: Documenting the conceptions of preservice teachers about “other people’s children”]. Paper presented at the tenth pancyprian conference of the Pedagogical Association of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2008, May). First-year undergraduate student teachers’ reflections on educational and curricular issues: An analysis of lessons learned. Paper presented at the tenth International Conference on Education, Athens Institute for Education and Research (AT.IN.E.R.), Athens, Greece.

Pavlou, V., & Christodoulou, N. (2008, May). Understanding factors that affect young people’s views toward citizenship and acceptance of diversity. Paper presented at the first International Childhood and Youth Research Network (ICYRNet) conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2008, March). Looking inwards and the hidden curriculum. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Eteokleous, N. (joint first authorship). (2008, March). Examining Institutional Framework and Educational Policy in Multicultural Education: Opportunities and Possibilities. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Gershon, W. (2008, March). International crosstalk: Videoconferencing, belief systems, and preservice teachers. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York City, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2008, March). Issues of language and culture in translating “curriculum”: An analysis of curriculum publications. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York City, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, November). Who am I? Lost in identities or identities lost within me? Paper presented at the Citizenship-Multiculturalism-Cosmopolitanism International Conference, POLIS-Citizenship Association, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Karatasou, K., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, November). ‘To delphini’, ‘Sto skolio tou kosmou’ and peace education. Paper presented at the Citizenship-Multiculturalism-Cosmopolitanism International Conference of the POLIS-Citizenship Association, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Eteokleous, N., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, September). Achieving multiculturalism in a centralized educational system through computer technology. Paper presented at the International Council of Educational Media conference and the Innovative Learning Environments annual conference of CARDET, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, August). Understanding the community through artistic texts. Paper presented at the European Research Network about Parents in Education Annual Meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, May). Literature as intertextual text: Few case studies and possibilities. Paper accepted for presentation at the European Science Foundation: Literature for Europe, May 12-16, Vadstena, Sweden.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, May). Documenting first year student teachers’ learning experiences: Challenges, opportunities and lessons for the development of critical thinking. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Eteokleous, N. (2007, April). Choosing methodologies for examining the concept of multiculturalism in a centralized educational system: Effective, ineffective, and alternative methodologies within the Cyprus reality. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Eteokleous, N., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, April). Achieving multiculturalism in a centralized educational system through computer technology. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2007, April). Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Directions, limitations and challenges. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, January). Documenting first year student teachers’ learning experiences: Challenges, opportunities and lessons for the development of critical thinking. Paper accepted for presentation at the Fifth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Christodoulou, N.

(2006, November). Collaborative and reflective strategies: New faculty meeting the challenge to teach in the social foundations and beyond. (Presented at a symposium with N. Christodoulou, E. Buhrin, P. Konkol, K. Madda, I. Nunez, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Spokane, WA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2006, May). What happens when teachers start asking curriculum questions of worth? Paper accepted for presentation at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Triennial Meeting, The Second World Curriculum Studies Conference, Tampere, Finland.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2006, April). Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Mapping the field. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Berkeley, California.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Artistic texts as curriculum. (Presented at the panel session Contemporary Perspectives on Art Education and Curriculum Theory with G. Dimitriadis, N. Christodoulou, P. Hilton, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Exploring the self through the eyes of artistic writers. Paper presented at the International Society for Educational Biography Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Expanding the boundaries of curriculum with artistic texts. (Presented at the panel session Locating Curriculum in Emergent Scholarship with P. Salvio, N. Christodoulou, R. Skulnick, E. Ritter, and S. Xu). Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

, Varelas, M., & Wenzel, S. (2005, April). Experiences and curricular conceptions: Subject-matter experts work in urban secondary science and mathematics classrooms. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, November). The graduate journey: At the crossroads of perception and reality. A panel discussion. Part II: A year later… (Presented at a panel session with S. Tozer, N. Christodoulou, E. Buhrin, P. Konkol, K. Madda, I. Nunez, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). Alternative ways of theorizing in curriculum: A journey with artistic texts. Paper presented at the Bergamo Conference Annual Meeting, Bergamo Center, Dayton, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). A meeting of many minds: The Schubertian center. (Presented at a panel session with N. Christodoulou, P. Hilton, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the Bergamo Conference Annual Meeting, Bergamo Center, Dayton, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). One text, a thousand texts: Seeing through “The dreamers” to discuss curriculum and growth. Paper presented at the Curriculum & Pedagogy Annual Meeting, Oxford, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, April). Artistic texts, theorizing, and the practicing curriculum: An exploration. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, April). How artistic texts affect teachers’ personal and professional lives: A collective case study with features of arts-based educational research. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, Oct.-Nov.). The graduate journey: At the crossroads of perception and reality. A panel discussion of lessons lived and experiences had. (Presented at a panel session with S. Tozer, N. Christodoulou, E. Buhring, L. Hadjas, and P. Konkol). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, October). Texts that change our lives and our approach to teaching. Paper presented at the Curriculum & Pedagogy Annual Meeting, Decatur, GA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, America and the world: September 11th from another perspective. (Presented at the panel session Educational Responses to Terrorism, Violence, and Oppression with W. H. Schubert, N. Christodoulou, J. Budilovsky, H. Hall, P. Hilton, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). Politics, violence, and education. (Presented at the panel session Reflections of Terror: Educating for Justice, Equity, and Peace with N. Christodoulou, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). The study of self-education as a graduate course and as an illustration of what an in-service education should be: An autobiographical case study. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). What makes doctoral studies worthwhile? Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

öüíôï ôï åîáèëéùìÝíï «ôïõò» ó÷ïëåßï: ÊáôáãñÜöïíôáò ôéò áðüøåéò ôùí öïéôçôþí-äáóêÜëùí åíüò ðáéäáãùãéêïý ôìÞìáôïò ãéá ôá ðáéäéÜ «åíüò Üëëïõ èåïý».

[With their filthy school at the background: Documenting the conceptions of preservice teachers about “other people’s children”]. Paper presented at the tenth pancyprian conference of the Pedagogical Association of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2008, May). First-year undergraduate student teachers’ reflections on educational and curricular issues: An analysis of lessons learned. Paper presented at the tenth International Conference on Education, Athens Institute for Education and Research (AT.IN.E.R.), Athens, Greece.

Pavlou, V., & Christodoulou, N. (2008, May). Understanding factors that affect young people’s views toward citizenship and acceptance of diversity. Paper presented at the first International Childhood and Youth Research Network (ICYRNet) conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2008, March). Looking inwards and the hidden curriculum. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Eteokleous, N. (joint first authorship). (2008, March). Examining Institutional Framework and Educational Policy in Multicultural Education: Opportunities and Possibilities. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Gershon, W. (2008, March). International crosstalk: Videoconferencing, belief systems, and preservice teachers. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York City, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2008, March). Issues of language and culture in translating “curriculum”: An analysis of curriculum publications. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York City, New York.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, November). Who am I? Lost in identities or identities lost within me? Paper presented at the Citizenship-Multiculturalism-Cosmopolitanism International Conference, POLIS-Citizenship Association, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Karatasou, K., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, November). ‘To delphini’, ‘Sto skolio tou kosmou’ and peace education. Paper presented at the Citizenship-Multiculturalism-Cosmopolitanism International Conference of the POLIS-Citizenship Association, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Eteokleous, N., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, September). Achieving multiculturalism in a centralized educational system through computer technology. Paper presented at the International Council of Educational Media conference and the Innovative Learning Environments annual conference of CARDET, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, August). Understanding the community through artistic texts. Paper presented at the European Research Network about Parents in Education Annual Meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, May). Literature as intertextual text: Few case studies and possibilities. Paper accepted for presentation at the European Science Foundation: Literature for Europe, May 12-16, Vadstena, Sweden.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, May). Documenting first year student teachers’ learning experiences: Challenges, opportunities and lessons for the development of critical thinking. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Eteokleous, N. (2007, April). Choosing methodologies for examining the concept of multiculturalism in a centralized educational system: Effective, ineffective, and alternative methodologies within the Cyprus reality. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Eteokleous, N., & Christodoulou, N. (2007, April). Achieving multiculturalism in a centralized educational system through computer technology. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2007, April). Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Directions, limitations and challenges. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2007, January). Documenting first year student teachers’ learning experiences: Challenges, opportunities and lessons for the development of critical thinking. Paper accepted for presentation at the Fifth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Christodoulou, N.

(2006, November). Collaborative and reflective strategies: New faculty meeting the challenge to teach in the social foundations and beyond. (Presented at a symposium with N. Christodoulou, E. Buhrin, P. Konkol, K. Madda, I. Nunez, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Spokane, WA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2006, May). What happens when teachers start asking curriculum questions of worth? Paper accepted for presentation at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Triennial Meeting, The Second World Curriculum Studies Conference, Tampere, Finland.

Christodoulou, N.

, & Philippou, S. (joint first authorship). (2006, April). Curriculum studies in Cyprus: Mapping the field. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Berkeley, California.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Artistic texts as curriculum. (Presented at the panel session Contemporary Perspectives on Art Education and Curriculum Theory with G. Dimitriadis, N. Christodoulou, P. Hilton, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Exploring the self through the eyes of artistic writers. Paper presented at the International Society for Educational Biography Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

Christodoulou, N.

(2005, April). Expanding the boundaries of curriculum with artistic texts. (Presented at the panel session Locating Curriculum in Emergent Scholarship with P. Salvio, N. Christodoulou, R. Skulnick, E. Ritter, and S. Xu). Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

, Varelas, M., & Wenzel, S. (2005, April). Experiences and curricular conceptions: Subject-matter experts work in urban secondary science and mathematics classrooms. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, November). The graduate journey: At the crossroads of perception and reality. A panel discussion. Part II: A year later… (Presented at a panel session with S. Tozer, N. Christodoulou, E. Buhrin, P. Konkol, K. Madda, I. Nunez, and B. Schultz). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). Alternative ways of theorizing in curriculum: A journey with artistic texts. Paper presented at the Bergamo Conference Annual Meeting, Bergamo Center, Dayton, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). A meeting of many minds: The Schubertian center. (Presented at a panel session with N. Christodoulou, P. Hilton, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the Bergamo Conference Annual Meeting, Bergamo Center, Dayton, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, October). One text, a thousand texts: Seeing through “The dreamers” to discuss curriculum and growth. Paper presented at the Curriculum & Pedagogy Annual Meeting, Oxford, OH.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, April). Artistic texts, theorizing, and the practicing curriculum: An exploration. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2004, April). How artistic texts affect teachers’ personal and professional lives: A collective case study with features of arts-based educational research. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, Oct.-Nov.). The graduate journey: At the crossroads of perception and reality. A panel discussion of lessons lived and experiences had. (Presented at a panel session with S. Tozer, N. Christodoulou, E. Buhring, L. Hadjas, and P. Konkol). Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, October). Texts that change our lives and our approach to teaching. Paper presented at the Curriculum & Pedagogy Annual Meeting, Decatur, GA.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, America and the world: September 11th from another perspective. (Presented at the panel session Educational Responses to Terrorism, Violence, and Oppression with W. H. Schubert, N. Christodoulou, J. Budilovsky, H. Hall, P. Hilton, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). Politics, violence, and education. (Presented at the panel session Reflections of Terror: Educating for Justice, Equity, and Peace with N. Christodoulou, T. Jones, and Y. Kim). Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). The study of self-education as a graduate course and as an illustration of what an in-service education should be: An autobiographical case study. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Christodoulou, N.

(2003, April). What makes doctoral studies worthwhile? Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Conference, April 27-30, Denver, Colorado.

Christodoulou N

. (2010). Documenting First-Year Student-Teachers’ Learning Experiences and Critical Thinking: Growing Through Journal-Writing and Other Projects. Paper preseanted at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 30-May 4, Denver, Colorado.

Christodoulou, N.

(2009). Democratic education, its relevance with curriculum, and the formation of identity: Examining a curriculum “renovation” effort. Paper presented at the
   

Invited Presentations

 

 

Christodoulou, N.

, N.November).

Ç ÁãùãÞ ôïõ åîüñéóôïõ: Ðüíïò, ðñïóìïíÞ êáé äýíáìç ãéá áíáäçìéïõñãßá [The pedagogy of the exile: Pain, anticipation and strength for renaissance]. Ïìéëßá óôçí åêäÞëùóç ðñïò ôéìÞ ôùí Áíáðëçñùôþí êáé ÐñùôïâÜèìéùí Êáèçãçôþí ðáíåðéóôçìßïõ ìå êáôáãùãÞ ôç ËÜðçèï.

http://www.lapithos.org.cy/?articleID=19074&heading=%CE%95%CE%BA%CE%B4%CE%B7%CE%BB%CF%8E%CF%83%CE%B5%CE%B9%CF%82, N.January). Discussion of curriculum issues in the framework of the educational reform. Invited round-table discussant of the speech of Dr. G. Tsiakalos “Contemporary approaches in the development of new curricula,” Forum “The educational reform in Cyprus: Contributing in the public dialogue,” January 24, European University, Nicosia, Cyprus [Christodoulou, N. (2009, January).

Ôñßëåðôç óõæÞôçóç åðß ôùí èåìÜôùí ôùí Áíáëõôéêþí ÐñïãñáììÜôùí óôï ðëáßóéï ôçò çìåñßäáò ãéá ôçí åêðáéäåõôéêÞ ìåôáññýèìéóç. ÓõæÞôçóç óôñïããõëÞò ôñáðÝæçò, êáôüðéí ðñüóêëçóçò, ôçò ïìéëßáò ôïõ Ã. ÔóéÜêáëïõ «Óýã÷ñïíåò ðñïóåããßóåéò óôçí áíÜðôõîç íÝùí áíáëõôéêþí ðñïãñáììÜôùí», óôçí Çìåñßäá «Ç åêðáéäåõôéêÞ ìåôáññýèìéóç óôçí Êýðñï: ÓõìâÜëëïíôáò óôï äçìüóéï äéÜëïãï», 24 Éáíïõáñßïõ, ÅñãáóôÞñéï ¸ñåõíáò êáé ÌÜèçóçò óôéò ÈåôéêÝò ÅðéóôÞìåò êáé ÊïéíùíéêÝò ÓðïõäÝò, Åõñùðáúêü ÐáíåðéóôÞìéï, Êýðñïò].

Demetriou, G., Christodoulou, N., Eteokleous, N., & Stylianou, E. (2007, April). Robotics Workshop: Technology, achievement, and importance. Presentation for elementary through middle school children during the workshop organized for the Society of Parents and Gifted Kids of Cyprus, Frederick Institute of Technology, Limassol, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

(2002, November). My graduate work and journey. Presentation in the course CIE 500: Proseminar in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.
(2003, February). Educational responses to terrorism, violence, and oppression. Presentation in the course CIE 500: Proseminar in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.
(2004, November). My curriculum-curriculum: Sources, perspectives, and more. Presentation in the course SCG 403: Human Development and Learning: Elementary (a Social and Cultural Foundations course), De Paul University, Chicago, IL.
, Konkol, P., Madda, K., Schultz, B., Nunez, I., and Buhrin, E. (2007, April). Collaborative and reflective strategies: New faculty meeting the challenge to teach in the social foundations and beyond. A symposium at the Special Interest Group (SIG) Society of Professors of Education of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting, April 12, 2007, Marriott Hotel, Chicago, IL.
(2007, April). Tribute to Professor William H. Schubert. Speech during the Business Meeting of the Special Interest Group (SIG) Society of Professors of Education of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting, April 12, 2007, Marriott Hotel, Chicago, IL.

óõæÞôçóç åðß ôùí èåìÜôùí ôùí Áíáëõôéêþí ÐñïãñáììÜôùí óôï ðëáßóéï ôçò çìåñßäáò ãéá ôçí åêðáéäåõôéêÞ ìåôáññýèìéóç. ÓõæÞôçóç óôñïããõëÞò ôñáðÝæçò, êáôüðéí ðñüóêëçóçò, ôçò ïìéëßáò ôïõ Ã. ÔóéÜêáëïõ «Óýã÷ñïíåò ðñïóåããßóåéò óôçí áíÜðôõîç íÝùí áíáëõôéêþí ðñïãñáììÜôùí», óôçí Çìåñßäá «Ç åêðáéäåõôéêÞ ìåôáññýèìéóç óôçí Êýðñï: ÓõìâÜëëïíôáò óôï äçìüóéï äéÜëïãï», 24 Éáíïõáñßïõ, ÅñãáóôÞñéï ¸ñåõíáò êáé ÌÜèçóçò óôéò ÈåôéêÝò ÅðéóôÞìåò êáé ÊïéíùíéêÝò ÓðïõäÝò, Åõñùðáúêü ÐáíåðéóôÞìéï, Êýðñïò].

Demetriou, G., Christodoulou, N., Eteokleous, N., & Stylianou, E. (2007, April). Robotics Workshop: Technology, achievement, and importance. Presentation for elementary through middle school children during the workshop organized for the Society of Parents and Gifted Kids of Cyprus, Frederick Institute of Technology, Limassol, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

(2002, November). My graduate work and journey. Presentation in the course CIE 500: Proseminar in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.
(2003, February). Educational responses to terrorism, violence, and oppression. Presentation in the course CIE 500: Proseminar in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.
(2004, November). My curriculum-curriculum: Sources, perspectives, and more. Presentation in the course SCG 403: Human Development and Learning: Elementary (a Social and Cultural Foundations course), De Paul University, Chicago, IL.
, Konkol, P., Madda, K., Schultz, B., Nunez, I., and Buhrin, E. (2007, April). Collaborative and reflective strategies: New faculty meeting the challenge to teach in the social foundations and beyond. A symposium at the Special Interest Group (SIG) Society of Professors of Education of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting, April 12, 2007, Marriott Hotel, Chicago, IL.
(2007, April). Tribute to Professor William H. Schubert. Speech during the Business Meeting of the Special Interest Group (SIG) Society of Professors of Education of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting, April 12, 2007, Marriott Hotel, Chicago, IL.

óõæÞôçóç åðß ôùí èåìÜôùí ôùí Áíáëõôéêþí ÐñïãñáììÜôùí óôï ðëáßóéï ôçò çìåñßäáò ãéá ôçí åêðáéäåõôéêÞ ìåôáññýèìéóç

 

. ÓõæÞôçóç óôñïããõëÞò ôñáðÝæçò, êáôüðéí ðñüóêëçóçò, ôçò ïìéëßáò ôïõ Ã. ÔóéÜêáëïõ «Óýã÷ñïíåò ðñïóåããßóåéò óôçí áíÜðôõîç íÝùí áíáëõôéêþí ðñïãñáììÜôùí», óôçí Çìåñßäá «Ç åêðáéäåõôéêÞ ìåôáññýèìéóç óôçí Êýðñï: ÓõìâÜëëïíôáò óôï äçìüóéï äéÜëïãï», 24 Éáíïõáñßïõ, ÅñãáóôÞñéï ¸ñåõíáò êáé ÌÜèçóçò óôéò ÈåôéêÝò ÅðéóôÞìåò êáé ÊïéíùíéêÝò ÓðïõäÝò, Åõñùðáúêü ÐáíåðéóôÞìéï, Êýðñïò].

Demetriou, G., Christodoulou, N., Eteokleous, N., & Stylianou, E. (2007, April). Robotics Workshop: Technology, achievement, and importance. Presentation for elementary through middle school children during the workshop organized for the Society of Parents and Gifted Kids of Cyprus, Frederick Institute of Technology, Limassol, Cyprus.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

Christodoulou, N.

(2002, November). My graduate work and journey. Presentation in the course CIE 500: Proseminar in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.
(2003, February). Educational responses to terrorism, violence, and oppression. Presentation in the course CIE 500: Proseminar in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.
(2004, November). My curriculum-curriculum: Sources, perspectives, and more. Presentation in the course SCG 403: Human Development and Learning: Elementary (a Social and Cultural Foundations course), De Paul University, Chicago, IL.
, Konkol, P., Madda, K., Schultz, B., Nunez, I., and Buhrin, E. (2007, April). Collaborative and reflective strategies: New faculty meeting the challenge to teach in the social foundations and beyond. A symposium at the Special Interest Group (SIG) Society of Professors of Education of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting, April 12, 2007, Marriott Hotel, Chicago, IL.
(2007, April). Tribute to Professor William H. Schubert. Speech during the Business Meeting of the Special Interest Group (SIG) Society of Professors of Education of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting, April 12, 2007, Marriott Hotel, Chicago, IL.

 
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