Kathy Kikis-Papadakis received her PhD in Educational Planning and Evaluation (area of investigation: Employability and Language Training of Minority Groups in the USA (Multilingual Multicultural Education). Since then she held the post of leading the section of bilateral cooperation at the Hellenic Ministry of Research and Technology and taught at the Department of Philosophical and Social Science at the University of Crete. Since 1993 she is leading the Educational Research and Evaluation Group at the Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics at FORTH. All of her research work is supported from competitive grants (National and Community levels) and focuses in the area of educational policy and evaluation.
Barajas, M., Scheuermann, F. and Kikis-Papadakis, K., “Critical indicators of innovative practices in ICT-supported learning”, PROMETEUS Conference: Improving learning through technology: Opportunities for all, Paris, 29th 30th September 2002
Kikis-Papadakis, K., Investigation in Primary Education Teachers’ Confidence and Competence in Supporting Innovation (Cross Country Research Results of the IPETCCO Project)?”, IPETCCO Project, http://www.elearningeuropa.info/, 1-17-2003
Barajas, M., Scheuermann, F. & Kikis K., “Is the Role of the Teacher as the "Knowledge Authority" in Danger in an ICT-Learning Setting?”, http://www.elearningeuropa.info/, Teachers’ Role, 5-11-2003
Owen, M., Barajas, M., & Kikis, K., “Institutional Concerns on the Implementation of Virtual Learning: Implementation of VLEs and Institutional Issues”, ”, in Virtual Learning Environments in Higher Education: A European View (Barajas, M., ed), McGraw-Hill Interamericana de Espana, S.A.U., 2003
Owen, M., Barajas, M., y Kikis, K., “La implementacion de entornos virtuales de aprendizaje y los dilemmas institucionales”, in La tecnologia educative en la ensenanza superior (Barajas, M., Coor, Gonzalez, B., Ed), McGraw Hill, 2003
Barajas, M., Kikis, K., & Scheuermann, F., “Monitoring and Evaluation of Research of Learning Innovations with ICT: Qualitative Indicators of Change”, in Learning Innovations with ICT: Socio-economic Perspectives in Europe (Barajas, M., ed), Publicacions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2003
Kollias, A., & Kikis, K., “Students’ level of satisfaction with an on-line seminar based on a social-constructivist pedagogic design”. Proceedings of the 5th Int. Conf. on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training: ITHET. Istanbul, Turkey, 2004
Kollias, A., & Kikis, K., “Developing synergies among researchers and teachers to support ICT-related school teaching and learning innovations”, in Conceptualisations of the Learning Society in EU-funded Educational Research (Kuhn, Simons, & Tomassini, eds), Peter Lang Publishing, 2004
Kollias, A., & Kikis, K., “Pedagogic Innovations with the use of ICTs: From wider visions and policy reforms to school culture”, Publicacions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2004
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