Cultivation of Argumentation Strategies in High School: an interdisciplinary approach
Creation and Research Implementation of a Metacognitive - Evaluation Board Game at the Ancient Greek Grammar for the middle school students
Constructivist principles as tools for a notion formation in students concerning greek language development. Vocabulary instruction.
The Utilization of Theatrical Techniques at Teaching Odyssey
The structuralist system of the ancient Greek language in the spectrum of cross curricular thematic approach: An attempt for contrastive grammar
The external involvement of the students' body through action in teaching dramatic poetry and the creation of a game to enhance it: "The Catharsis"
The Assessing Writing of high school students
Factors of teaching able to lead to the transformation of students’ literary habits
Epistemological examples reflected in teaching approaches of teachers of Secondary Education in Literature lesson
The framework of the contemporary teacher’s qualifications 2000-2016. The Greek case study.
Investigating students' attitudes towards Ancient Greek Language: The case of the teacher and the curriculum in secondary school
How the goup action encourage pupil's social and emotional learning (SEL) in secondary education in new Greek language subject
The use of the theory of multiple intelligences in the subject of language. A study case in the secondary education.
Strategies for collecting information for the production of writing: Empirical research
High school students' representations of the concept of nation: contents, structure and functions
Drama education as a framework of learning in Ancient Greek literature
The contribution of creative writing in the construction and negotiation of identity of the Greek Lyceum students
Remodeling the teaching of Ancient Greek Text Anthology through Multimodality and Scaffolding. A multimodal educational material.
Ways of motivating students in linguistic subjects
The development of interpretive strategies in the teaching of literature and the teacher's role