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Vasilis Daloukas, Vasiliki Dai, Eleni-Foteini Alikanioti, Spiros Simarkessis
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Speaker: Vasilis Daloukas, Vasiliki Dai, Eleni-Foteini Alikanioti, Spiros Simarkessis
 
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Vassilis Daloukas
He graduated from the Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics in the University of Patras in 1999. He worked in the private sector for 5 years and in 2003 he was appointed as an Informatics Teacher in Secondary Education. During the school year 2006-07, he was appointed as a Technical Responsible at the Informatics & Technology Center of the 1st Bureau of Secondary Education in Ileia. He is currently attending a post-graduate programme called “The use of Games in the Teaching Process”, during which he created the game module for the use of games, such as hangman, crossword, snakes ’n’ ladders, through moodle. Today, he works in 1st Bureau of Secondary Education in Ileia.

Vassiliki Dai
She graduated from the School of English Language and Literature in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 1995. She worked in private schools for English for 9 years. She has worked in both Primary and Secondary Public Schools.
Today, she is appointed in the High School of Vartholomio, Ileia. She is also a postgraduate student at the M.Ed. in TESOL, Hellenic Open University.

Eleni – Foteini Alikanioti
She graduated from the Applied Informatics and Multimedia Department, T.E.I. of Crete in 2004. She worked in the private sector as a technician for 3 years and in 2005 she was appointed as an Informatics Teacher in Secondary Education.
Since October 2006, she has been the Technical Responsible at the Informatics & Technology Center in the 1st Bureau of Secondary Education in Ileia. For the last two years she has been involved in seminars addressed to teachers.

Spiros Sirmakessis
He graduated from the Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics in the University of Patras in 1992 and received his PhD from the same department in 1997. His PhD thesis is in the area of Computational Geometry and Multidimensional Data structures. He works in the area of software engineering, web mining, web engineering and distance learning. Today, he is author of books and chapters in books. He is a committee member and reviewer in conferences and journals. He is an Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Informatics in Administration and Economy in the Technological Institution of Messolongi and he is teaching the “Human Computer Interaction”, the “E-Commerce” and the “Project Management” courses.  


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27.05.2008
11.00 - 11.15
Introducing freeware / open source software In Secondary Education: two workshop cases in Ileia Βασίλης Νταλούκας, Βασιλική Νταή, Ελένη-Φωτεινή Αλικανιώτη, Σπύρος Συρμακέσης




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