osos_summer@ea.gr +30.210.8176799 Attica, Greece | 07/07-12/07/2019

The OSOS Summer School 2019 is organized by Ellinogermaniki Agogi in collaboration with the Scientific Association for the Promotion of Educational Innovation (EEPEK) .

Ellinogermaniki Agogi (EA) has rich experience in the coordination of research and demonstration projects focusing on teacher training and professional development and since 2008 it has been organising successful international training courses for teachers, funded by the European Commission (up to 2013 by the LLP Comenius Programme and as of 2014 by the ERASMUS+ programme), focusing on innovative teaching practices and use of e-learning resources and tools in order to enhance the quality of teaching and learning in European schools.

EA is an educational organization of private law, officially recognized by the State. It is an institutional member of EDEN (European Distance Education Network) and of STEDE (Science Teacher Education Development in Europe) network. EA was the national representative of the Greek Ministry of Education in the International exhibition “Salon de l’ education” that was held in November 2000 in Paris in the framework of the e-Learning Initiative of the European Commission. EA was the first Greek educational organization, which applied ODL in secondary level education in the year of 1993. Since 1995, the organization has established a devoted department, the Research and Development (R&D) Department for the design, development and implementation of the research activities in education, expanding the collaboration with Universities and pedagogical Institutions across Europe, as it provides the best -bed for research applications. During the last years the R&D department has coordinated and supported the participation of EA in more than 100 European (IST, eContentplus, Socrates/MINERVA, Leonardo da Vinci) and National projects.

The main purpose of E.E.P.E.K is to promote innovative actions in the educational community and the development of appropriate support structures that can be applied to the wider Greek educational system. Among the various objectives are the following:

  • The development and promotion of technological and educational services for finding and implementing the most appropriate educational activities.
  • Developing partnerships to conduct scientific studies and research both among its members and with organizations and persons belonging to the educational community or in connection with it.
  • To inform its members on the developments in the implementation of the Educational Innovation.
  • The development of collaborations with similar unions and associations in other states as well as participation in community initiatives and/or international organizations designed to inform teachers, develop studies, design, implementation and evaluation of programs relating to the dissemination and use of innovation in education.
  • The free flow and shaping of scientific ideas among members and friends of the Association.
  • The creation and cultivation of closer links of solidarity and communication among members of the Association.

Contact person:
Nikos Zygouritsas

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