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DW1

Lab organization in the 8th High School in Nea Liosia – Implementation of Cyclical Lab – Development of two packages of lab material, in multiple copies for the 2nd and 3rd class of high school (1982 – 1988, Fluid Mechanics and Electricity(PB 1 andPB2).

DW2

Students’ cyclical labwork establishment, complementation and improvement of the corresponding lab notes (1990 – 1991, Dpt. of Primary Education, Athens)

DW3

Participation in the organization of  Science Education Lab (1992 – 1994, Dpt. of Primary Education, Athens)

DW4

Development and enrichment of data base with scientific journal articles’ index. Nowadays, the base includes approximately 2000 journal or/and collective volume articles, which comprise the state of the art of scientific research in Science Education, Teaching methodology and Educational Technology. The base provided support literature to the Postgraduate Studies Program of the Dpt. of Primary Education – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, teachers and postgraduate students (1994 – 2002, Dpt. of Primary Education – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)

DW5

Enrichment of the Dpt. of Primary Education Library – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with approximately 4 thousand volumes of books and journals. Web connection with the central library of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Reinforcement of the security system (1996 –1997 till2001 - 2002, incharge of the Dpt. of Primary Education Library – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki).

DW6

Organization of two Science Education Labs and development of teaching material in the School of Education of the University of Western Macedonia, by creating 24 work positions and developing equipment of real and virtual experiments and shows.

Recent publications

  • ZoupidisA., Pnevmatikos D., SpyrtouA., and KariotoglouP. (2017). Combining and linking virtual with real experiments as scaffolding for conceptual understanding: the explanations of floating/sinking phenomena, (under review, Research in Science & Technological Education).

  • Psillos D. and Kariotoglou P. (Eds) (2016). ITERATIVE DESIGN OF TEACHING-LEARNING SEQUENCES: INTRODUCING THE SCIENCE OF MATERIALS IN EUROPEAN SCHOOLS. Springer (collective volume) pp 462.
    ISBN 978-94-007-7808-5

  • Kariotoglou, P. & Papdopoulou, P. (Eds) (2014). Science and Environment in preschool education. Questions and Proposals. Gutenberg publication, pp 249.

  • Loukomies, A., Pnevmatikos, D., Lavonen. J., Spyrtou, A., Byman, R., Kariotoglou, P., Juuti, K. (2013). Promoting Students' Interestand Motivation Towards Science Learning: the Role of Personal Needs and Motivtion Orientations, Research in Science Education, DOI: 10.1007/s11165-013-9370-1

  •  Karnezou, M., Avgitidou, S., Kariotoglou, P. (2013). Links between Teachers'  Beliefs and Their Practices in a Science and Technology Museum Visit, International Journal of Science Education, Part B: Communication and Public Engagement, DOI:10.1080/21548455.2013.773467

  • KARIOTOGLOU, P., SPYRTOU, A., PNEVMATIKOS, D. & ZOUPIDIS, A. (2012). Current Trends in Science Curricula: The cases of investigation and visits to places of science and technology Iin program Material Science. Themata Episthmon kai Texnologias stin Ekpedeysi, 5(1-2), pp. 153-164(in Greek)

Recent projects

  • SCIENCE TEACHERS EDUCATION (STED): Coordinator, ARISTEIA II, General Secretary for Research and Technology: 1-2-12014 ΈΩΣ 31 - 10 - 2015, 178.000,00 Euros.

  • Materials Science Project: University-school partnerships for the design and implementation of research-based ICT-enhanced modules on Material Properties, SAS6-CT-2006-042942-Material Science (042942). Responsible of the Universityof Western Macedoniaresearch team (partner)

  • “Business Plan for the organization of Lifelong Institute of the University of Western Macedonia.  2006, Ministry of Education  (Institutional Coordinator)

  • “Investigation of Teaching – Learning sequences: the case of force”.(2004 - 2006). Ministry of Education- PythagorasI, (Coordninator)

    

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