Department of Social & Cultural Studies
Teaching Science Concepts
Thursday 12:00 – 14:00
+30 2310 991202
Fanny Seroglou is an associate professor in science education at the School of Primary Education at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and is Head of the ATLAS Research Group (ATLAS – A Teaching and Learning Approach for Science), Director of the DiDes Research Lab (DiDes – Digital Analysis & Educational Design) and President-Elect of the IHPST Group (IHPST Group – International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group).
In her research Fanny Seroglou focuses on:
The contribution of history and philosophy of science in science education (for her research she was awarded the Volta Medal from the IHPST group in 1999).
Science for citizenship (published two books: Science for Citizenship in 2006 and Opening Science Towards Society in 2017).
Educational YouTube channel design, educational wiki design and digital narratives design and development (atlas movies channel, atlas mooc channel, atlaswiki)
Fanny Seroglou has been scientific responsible in a series of European Research Projects (e.g. The MAP Project, STeT – Teaching science using case studies from the history of science, HIPST – HIstory and Philosophy in Science Teaching, CASE – Creativity and Arts in Science Education).