Partners Ekpaideutiria Douka Members

 
Yannis Kotsanis, PhD

Dr. Yannis Kotsanis holds a PhD in Computer Engineering and Educational Technology from the National Technical University of Athens.

From 1987 onwards is Head of the ICT Department at Doukas School S.A.

He is a project manager in funded National R&D programs, a trainer in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses and Seminars on Information Technology in Education and a member - reviewer of National Conference Program Committees.

 
Vassilis Economou

Vassilis Economou holds a Management and Finance Degree from the Technological Educational Institution of Messolonghi.

From 1994 onwards is Information Systems Manager of the ICT Department at Doukas School S.A. He is Member of the Doukas School Quality Management Department, Curriculum designer of Informatics in Elementary School, and has given several Lectures in seminars for informatics to teachers of primary and secondary education and in conferences of Informatics in Education in Greece and abroad.

 
Sofia Mysirlaki, Msc

Sofia Mysirlaki is a PhD candidate in the University of Piraeus. She holds a Computer Science Degree and an Msc in E-learning.

Since 2008 she works as a Computer Science Teacher at Doukas School S.A. She has been involved in various R&D Projects.

Her research interests include Game Based Learning (GBL) and she has published her work in many journals and international conferences.

 
Panos Papoutsis, MA

Panos Papoutsis holds a diploma in Public Administration from the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences and a Master of Arts degree in European Studies, from the University of Reading in the UK.

Since 2007, he has participated in various projects related to education and training and he has been the Financial Officer in numerous EU & National projects in education and training, for Doukas School S.A.

 
Giouli Tzaferou, MSc

Giouli Tzaferou has graduated from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens and has been awarded a Master’s degree in the field of “Technology in Education”.

Since 2004 she is working as Computer Science Teacher in Doukas School S.A. and she has participated as Researcher in R&D projects.

 
Katerina Boultadaki

Katerina Boultadaki studied Mathematics (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens) and Computer Science (University of Piraeus). Currently, she is student in Msc E-learning in the University of Piraeus.

Since 2003 she is working as a Computer Science Teacher in Doukas School S.A. and as an assistant in teacher training courses provided by the Greek Ministry of Education.