Volume 6 | Issue 2 | 2018
  Table of Content
    Spyros Kioulanis 5-6

A RAI teaching and learning approach to English language skills acquisition

    Marianthi Batsila 7-22

Personality types and learning strategies: A relation defining the didactic route in second language teaching / learning

    Maria Mishou 23-33

The dilemma as a prerequisite of truth according to Mezirow and Aristotle

    Konstantinos D. Mantzanaris 34-42
  Critical Thinking and Interaction in online education as a factor of raising awareness, changing attitudes and transforming  citizens' inaccurate assumptions about the environment 
    Dr. Panagiotidou Anastasia, Dr. Kioulanis Spiros, Dr. MixailTsatiris 43-54

Performing leadership of social justice for the integration of refugee children into the Greek schools

    Argy Rentzi 55-66

The importance of educational action research for primary school teachers. The case of the Trikala regional unit

    Dimitrios Zampras 67-89

The contribution of microteaching in the development of horizontal skills in the teachers of Primary and Secondary education

    Iosif Fragkoulis 90-99

Peer observation: A tool to enhance teachers’ professional development

    Rossiou Eleni, Iliopoulou Konstantina 100-117

Examining the factors affecting the learning experience in 3D virtual environments in informal learning settings. Development  and validation of a scale

    Pinelopi Atsikpasi,, Emmanouil Fokides 118-136

Style and Leadership Types-Models of School Principals in Primary Level Education

    Maria Tektonopoulou 137-156

Incorporating swimming in the Physical Education course at Primary Schools

    Christos Koltsis,Panagiotis Antoniou, Stavros Koltsis, Evanthia Tolka,,Spyros Kioulanis, Vasilios Gourgoulis, Sachpatzidis Avraam 157-169

The cultivation of horizontal competences of the students of the Experimental Lyceum of the University of Patras within the  framework of the educational group "Argumentation and Disputation"

    Sofia Mitroulia, Iosif Fragkoulis  170-185 

Decomposition: Conceptual Change in Primary School Students with the Exploratory Method

    Irene Bayati 186-215
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