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Supported Courses (Laboratory of Informatics)

The Laboratory of Informatics supports undergradute and post-graduate courses of the Department of Education Sciences in Early Childhood.
More specifically, the types of supported courses are the following: :

  • courses including computer lab activities in a weekly basis during the semester,
  • courses including computer lab activities in specific sections of the curriculum,,
  • courses including a few computer lab activities during the semester

In the following, information about courses of the first two types is mentioned.


 

Undergraduate courses including computer lab activities in a weekly basis

The following table lists undergraduate courses supported by the Laboratory of Informatics that include computer lab activities in a weekly basis. The first four courses listed include lab activities that put emphasis on the development of educational applications addressed to early childhood. The fifth course listed involves Statistics.

 

Undergraduate courses including computer lab activities in a weekly basis
Course title
Semester Obligatory / Elective Instructor(s)
Principles of Informatics with Applications in Education Ι 2nd Obligatory D. Prentzas,
Μ. Hatzisavva
Principles of Informatics with Applications in Education ΙI 3rd Obligatory D. Prentzas,
Μ. Hatzisavva
Informatics in Education 4th Elective D. Prentzas
Multimedia and Networks in Early Childhood Education 5th Elective D. Prentzas
Computational Environments of Data Analysis 6th Elective Α. Dramalidis

 

Post-graduate courses including computer lab activities in a weekly basis

The following table lists post-graduate courses supported by the Laboratory of Informatics that include computer lab activities in a weekly basis. These courses were taught in the Program of Post-graduate studies in “Innovative Pedagogical Approaches in Multicultural Educational Environments”. This program first accepted students for enrollment in the spring semester of the academic year 2013-14. The last students were enrolled in the fall semester of the academic year 2017-18. Enrollment of students was biannual. The first semester of studies involved background courses whereas the second semester involves courses of two directions. This program was replaced by a new one (the Program of Post-graduate studies in “Education Sciences: Innovative Pedagogical Approaches in Multicultural Educational Environments”) that started to operate in the academic year 2019-20. The two last courses in the table are taught in the new program.

The two first courses listed in the table were taught in the first round of studies (students first enrolled in 2013-14). The responsible for these courses was the Director of the Laboratory. The title and the curriculum of these two courses changed after the first round of post-graduate studies. They evolved into the third and fourth course listed in the table taught in the second and third round of post-graduate studies (students enrolled in 2015-16 and 2017-18, respectively) and in the new program of post-graduate studies (since 2019-20).

 

Post-graduate courses including computer lab activities in a weekly basis
Course title
Semester Obligatory / Elective Instructor(s)
Educational Programming Languages: Implementation of Digital Stories (2013-14) 1st Obligatory D. Prentzas
Mass Media and Digital Games in Education (2014-15) 2nd Obligatory
(1st Direction)
D. Prentzas,
Ν. Panagiotou,
Th. Theodosiou
Educational Programming Languages, Digital Stories and Multimedia Applications (since 2015-16) 1st Elective

D. Prentzas (2015-16, 2019-20)

D. Mantzaris (2017-18)

Mass Media in Education (since 2015-16) 2nd Obligatory
(1st Direction)
Ν. Panagiotou

 

Post-graduate courses including computer lab activities in specific sections of the curriculum

The following table lists post-graduate courses supported by the Laboratory of Informatics that include computer lab activities in specific sections of the curriculum. The first course listed was taught in the Department’s Program of Postgraduate Studies in “Innovative Pedagogical Approaches in Multicultural Educational Environments” (2013-14, 2015-16, 2017-18) and is taught in Department’s Program of Postgraduate Studies in “Education Sciences: Innovative Pedagogical Approaches in Multicultural Educational Environments” (since 2019-20). The second course listed is taught since 2015-16 in the Department’s Program of Postgraduate Studies “Education for the Environment and Sustainability”. The sections of the courses involving computer lab activities concern Statistics. These courses are taught by instructors that are not members of the Laboratory of Informatics.

 

Post-graduate courses including computer lab activities in specific sections of the curriculum
Course title
Semester Obligatory / Elective Instructor(s)
Educational Research: Data Collection and Analysis Methods 1st Obligatory Group of instructors
Qualititative and Quantitative Research Methods 2nd Obligatory Group of instructors

 

 

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