The Assembly of the School consists of the Faculty Members and the Lecturers of the School, as provided by the provisions in force at the effective date of Law 40092011 (A’ 195), one representative of each category of the Special Teaching Fellow (Ε.Ε.Π.), of the Lab Teaching (Ε.ΔΙ.Π) and the Technical Support Personnel (Ε.Τ.Ε.Π.), as well as two (2) student representatives (one undergraduate and one postgraduate).
Head of the School
The Head of the School is elected by the professors and the lecturers working in the School with direct, secret and universal suffrage for two years.
Associate professor Pavlidis Periklis is the Head of the School for the period 01/09/2020 to 31/08/2022.
Periklis Pavlidis is an associate professor in Philosophy of Education at the School of Primary Education at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
He studied history at the Faculty of History of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and got a PhD degree in Philosophy at the same University. The title of his dissertation is “The social-ethical ideal of K. Marx (Until the beginning of 1848)”.
His research interests include Marxist social theory, philosophical and social issues of education, as well as theoretical problems of knowledge.
His scientific work has been published in Greek, English, Russian and other languages.
Deputy – Head of the School
Associate professor Helen Drenoyianni is the Deputy – Head of the School for the period 01/09/2020 to 31/08/2022.
Helen Drenoyianni is Associate Professor at the Department of Primary Education in the field of ICT Pedagogy. She holds a PhD in interactive multimedia and a Master’s degree in “Computers in Education” from the School of Education – University of Birmingham, UK. She has received her Bachelor’s degree in Education Sciences from the School of Education – University of Athens.
In the past she has been appointed as a Lecturer and an Assistant Professor at the School of Education, Aristotle University and she has worked as a Research and Laboratory Assistant at the University of Birmingham, UK (1996-1999). Furthermore, she has been a Primary teacher and an IT coordinator at schools in England and Greece (1992-1999) and has worked as a trainer at Training Centers and Institutes of teacher professional development (1999-2000).
Her main research interests are concerned with the pedagogical use of ICT in primary and secondary education, digital literacy and critical education, ICT educational policy and practice, ICT curriculum design and development, teacher education and professional development, as well as research methods in education.
Administrative Board of the School
The Administrative Board of the School consists of the Head of the School, the Deputy – Head, the Heads of the Departments, and one from the three elected representatives of the rest of the teaching personnel of the School.