Dimitra Tsiaousi holds
- a B.A. in Greek Philology – specialization in Linguistics- from the Department of Philology, School of Philosophy of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2001),
- a M.Sc. in “Computer Linguistics” from the Department of Philology and the Linguistics Section, School of Philosophy of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens jointly held with the Department of Signals, Control and Robotics, School of Electrical and Computing Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (2005) and
- a M.Ed. in “Intercultural Education” from the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology, of the Free University of Berlin (2009).
- Additionally, she has completed postgraduate studies in “Counselling and Guidance”, School of Pedagogical and Technological Education in Athens (2018).
- Since 2017 she is a student at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, School of Economics and Political Sciences of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
- She speaks English, German and French.
- She is a teacher, working at Greek public secondary schools since 2004.
- She has experience in bilingual and intercultural educational environments, as she has been attached to the Bilingual Greek-German State European School of Berlin (2006-2010), where she taught the subjects of Human and Political Sciences (Greek- German Abitur). She has also been allocated in the Coordinating Bureau of Secondary Education in the Greek Consulate of Berlin (2009-2010).
- Additionally, she has been attached to the School of European Education of Heraklion, Crete – European School Type II (2010 – 2013), in which she has served as Coordinator of Human Sciences, Coordinator of Greek as L1, Coordinator of Latin Language, Pedagogical Advisor, Principal Coordinator of the School of European Education Coordinators and as Coordinator of European Baccalaureate Examinations.
- She is currently attached to the Institute of Educational Policy (2017) in the Vice President’s Bureau and she is also allocated in the European and International Educational Policy Office. She also belongs to the Humanities and Literature Unit and to the Social Sciences Unit. Since 2019 she is also allocated in the Office for Educational Research and Assessment.
Publications & Projects
- She has participated in the authors’ team of the new Curriculum and the new school book of the lesson of Civic Education: “Modern World: Citizen and Democracy” (Second Class of General High School).
- Her research interests focus on:
- educational policy and its European and international dimension,
- comparative policy in the fields of educational systems and educational leadership,
- international and European citizenship education.
- She has participated in :
- The European educational program “Comenius” between schools of Germany, Greece, Turkey and Finland in the field: «National Holidays - International Bridges. Location and analysis of national stereotypes and prejudices in school history books».
- She has supervised Cultural School Programs in the field of European citizenship education («European explorers», «Citizens of Greece – Citizens of Europe»).