“OI RIZES MOU” Educational Webinar

“OI RIZES MOU” Educational Webinar



On Saturday, May 27th at 3pm EST, the Department of Greek Education will present a webinar with instructive content.  The webinar will cover the best ways for instructors to use the department's brand-new book, "OI RIZES MOU."  

The webinar will demonstrate numerous strategies for teachers to utilize in order to get students interested in the new book through hands-on activities. Additionally, it will aid in preparing teachers to effectively use the worksheets and book content in the classroom.  

Example lesson plans based on modern pedagogical techniques and instructional phases will be provided, starting with the chapter on the Greek language and symbols. During a lively discussion, teachers will be able to ask questions  

Presenters: Authors of the book “OI RIZES MOU” 

 Angeliki Mastromichalaki studied education, psychology, and philosophy, and has a PhD in philosophy. She works in the public education sector as the head of a junior school. She is an active member of the Women’s Literary Team and of the Greek Children’s Book Circle, which is the Greek branch of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY). She has published 12 books for children, literary, educational, and coursebooks for junior schools, and has contributed 16 volumes of literary and scientific writings.  

Pantelis Zouras has studied theology at Athens University and Byzantine music at Saint Andrew’s School, attached to the Holy Church of Nea Smyrni in Athens. He has always had a particular affection for children's literature and writes children’s books in his free time. He teaches theology at the Leontios Secondary School (Lycée Léonin) at Nea Smyrni. His writing has been applauded by, among others, the Archbishop of Athens and the Greek Association of Christian Writing. He has collaborated, as a volunteer member of the Greek National Committee for UNICEF, with many public bodies on the issues of social awareness and the promotion of children’s rights.  


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For any further information you may contact the Director, Dr. Anastasios Koularmanis at [email protected]

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