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Maria Gregoriou

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She received my degree in Philology leading in Secondary Education at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Following that she worked for a year in Cyprus giving private tutorials. In 2005 she started her MA in Comparative Education at the Institute of Education (IOE), working at the same time as a teacher in the Greek Community Schools and giving tutorials. On 2006-2007 she was also the Students’ Union Vice- President of Education at IOE. The results of her MA Dissertation were presented in two Conferences: CESE in Granada, July 2007 and BAICE in Belfast, September 2007. Upon finishing her MA studies she started teaching humanities in London public schools as a supply teacher for a few months. Her future plans involve continuing her placement at the Learning Department in the Museum of London and presenting a paper at the "Learning and Teaching History: Lessons from and for Lebanon" Conference taking place in March in Beirut, based on the first findings of her research.

 

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