Andreas Kollias

Andreas Kollias
Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences · Department of Political Science and History

PhD

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October 2003 - present
Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences
Position
  • Research Assistant
January 1999 - January 2015
Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas
Position
  • Researcher
Education
January 1993 - September 1997
University of Sussex
Field of study
  • Educational computing, Aesthetics education

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Publications (16)
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This paper aims to present the results of implementing a new, multi-dimensional, and cumulative tool that records child well-being in the first semester of the school year 2019–2020, which is the second round of an ongoing research. The tool was applied in Attica through questionnaires addressing 30 schools and 3 support centers for children and fa...
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This research paper aims to present the results of implementing a new multi-dimensional and cumulative tool that records child well-being, in the 2nd semester of the school year 2019-2020, which is the third round of an ongoing research. It also presents the results of the same year as a whole, in order to investigate the impact of the COVID-19 pan...
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This paper aims to establish new, multi-dimensional indicators of child well-being suitable to urban regions such as Attica, Greece, and adjusted to the new form of child poverty that has become apparent during its recent financial crisis. The paper mainly argues that child well-being is a multi-dimensional phenomenon and that the financial crisis...
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This study explores the news media Twitter messaging on the issue of Grexit, as an exemplary case of transmediatisation of problems in highly polarized contexts. Our analysis focuses on media tweets (in English, French, Italian, and Greek) using the Grexit hashtag between March and July 2015. There are three main questions on the potential reshapin...
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The article draws from the work conducted in the context of the European Policy Network on School Leadership (EPNoSL). In particular, it is based on an in­depth review of school leadership policies in 21 European countries and the discourse that is taking place in EPNoSL's webinars, national workshops and peer learning activities organised in sever...
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Artikkel põhineb koolijuhtimise Euroopa võrgustiku (EPNoSL) raames tehtud tööl, eelkõige 21 Euroopa riigi koolijuhtimise strateegiate süvauuringul ja aruteludel, mis toimuvad EPNoSLi veebiseminaridel, riikide õpikodades ja vastastikuse õppe üritustel, millest võtavad osa mitmes ELi riigis koolijuhtimisega seotud huvirühmad (sh Euroopa, riikliku ja...
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The world of e-learning can produce inequalities in learning achievements or reproduce inequalities established through years of traditional teaching and learning. A good start to fight the barriers set by less privileged family backgrounds to student learning outcomes in e-learning is to study in what ways students who come from such backgrounds m...
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This paper is concerned with the process of studying socio-cultural elements/issues in e-learning from the perspective of the learner and his/her interactions with the components of the e-learning courses under the scope of inclusiveness. Presented are results that emerged from the implementation of an online course designed in the frame of project...
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The research reported in This work is part of a 2-years evaluation activity of an on-line seminar based on a social-constructivist pedagogic design. Its purpose is to investigate the level of students' satisfaction with five different dimensions of the seminar, namely the organization and clarity, the pedagogic approach, the interaction within lear...
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In this paper the ICTs-related policies and their impact on compulsory education in England and the Netherlands are analysed and discussed. The aim is to provide a comprehensive overview, as well as identify strengths and weaknesses in the process of integrating ICTs into school teaching and learning. The analysis is based on eight interrelated dim...
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The focus of this study is the investigation of Greek primary school teacher s' ICT-related practices and views. Two groups of pre and in-service teachers attending teacher-training courses at the University of Crete, Greece participated in a survey research (N=145). The analysis and discussion of results revealed that while they do have some ICT e...

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About In this research project, an initial indicator of child welfare (well-being) or its opposite child poverty is being used, which has already been stated by the scientific coordinator of the project. This indicator will be developed, finalized and compared with other relevant indicators that record child welfare (well-being) and will be implemented in schools of Attica region. The participant - user is the “The Smile of the Child”, which has confirmed in writing its intention to cooperate and will help to focus on necessary information for the study of child welfare. An analysis of the results will be held, which will formulate specific proposals for economic and social policy, mitigation of child poverty and enhancing the welfare of children in Greece Goals Application of the index in the schools of Attica, for recording child welfare / poverty, according to a distinct kind of child poverty, which appeared in Greece during the crisis with further investigation. Through the participant – user, it will be consolidated and confirmed that the crisis in Greece had affected the child welfare / poverty, while the degree of influence will be verified. After the completion of the project, the necessary know-how will be provided, in order to establish the participant-user as an Observatory for Children's Welfare . Why is this project significant for society? The impact on society, as an outcome of the project will include the development of analyses of the exploration into child welfare dimensions and indicators which will provide a starting point for a debate on the ways in which the study of child poverty can be dealt with by Greek experts. Moreover, it may be anticipated that officials responsible for policy making, representatives of research institutions and researchers themselves will become more aware of the complexities of defining and measuring child welfare and will thus become more attentive to the need of further investigation of appropriate methods and processes for implementing a more effective system of social protection in Greece. Another impact of the project is to provide the necessary know-how to establish “The Smile of the Child” as an observatory for children's welfare. Finally, the project is expected to have a long term impact on social inequalities in Greece since it will produce new findings on the estimation of child welfare. What is the mission of the project? The inordinate growth of child poverty, brought about by the economic crisis in Greece, created urgent demands for social scientific research. With this framework in mind, the aim of our project is: the interpretation, measuring and the monitoring child wellbeing. What is the host institution? Panteion University of Social and Political Science of Athens, Greece, is the host Institution. What is the collaborating entity? «Smile of the Child» is the collaborating entity of the project. This entity has no financial benefits whatsoever from this collaboration. What entity is financing this project? General Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT) and Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (HFRI) are financing this project.