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Name: Niki Position: Laboratory Teaching Staff
Surname: Lampropoulou Subject: Sociocultural Learning - Creative Storytelling
Email: niki.lampropoulou[at]upatras.gr Phone: 2610 969713
Niki Lambropoulos (Lampropoulou) is specialised in sociocultural learning, creative collaborative learning in small groups and communities, collaborative creative storytelling, in the classroom as well as Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) and Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) environments.  She holds a PhD from London South Bank University, followed by a Marie Curie postdoctoral research funded by the EU, and an MA in ICT in Education from the Institute of Education, UCL, University of London. She finished her BA at the Pedagogical Academy of Tripolis and University of Athens in Greece, has a Diploma in Education from Maraslio and over 30 years of educational experience in primary and higher educational levels in Greece, U.K. and France. She also writes scripts for the big screen (https://www.imdb.me/nikilambropoulos).
Short CV:

Niki Lambropoulos (Lampropoulou) is specialised in collaborative learning, collaborative creative writing and storytelling using multimedia to support online learning small groups and communities (CSCL/Writing). She has a PhD from London South Bank University, όπου followed by Marie Curie postdoctoral research funded by the EU, and an MA in ICT in Education from the Institute of Education, University College London. She finished her BA at the Pedagogical Academy of Tripolis and University of Athens in Greece, has a Diploma in Education from Maraslio and over 25 years of educational experience in primary and higher educational levels.

Education:

Education

  • 2011, PRINCE2 Project Management, London, UK.
  • 2005 – 2009, PhD – London South Bank University, London, UK.
  • 2000-2002, MA in ICT in Education – Institute of Education, University College London.
  • 1998-1999, Diploma in education – Marasleio, University of Athens.
  • 1998-1999, BA, University of Athens.
  • 1984-1986, BA in education – Tripolis Padagogical Academy.

Creative Writing & Storytelling

  • 2019, Story with Robert McKee, London
  • 2018, Professional Screenwriting, ScreenwritingU, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • 2018, Script Reading, Industrial Scripts, London, UK
  • 2018, Screenwriting, International Screenwriters Association (ISA), USA.
  • 2017, Introduction to Screenwriting, University of East Anglia, UK.
  • 2017, Dialogue with Robert McKee, Web Seminar
  • 2000, Creative Writing, Central St. Martins, University of London, UK.
Position – Subject:
  • Collaborative Learning
  • Computer Supported Collaborative Learning/Writing CSCL/Writing).
Scientific fields of interest:
  1. Collaborative Learning
  2. Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL)
  3.  Collaborative Writing & CSCWriting & storytelling
  4. Creative flow as immersive experience in Human Compuer Interaction in Education
  5. Educational Project Management in  her areas of interest
  6. European Projects in her areas of interest
  7. Digital Humanities
Employment history:

Educational experience in primary and higher educational levels in Greece, U.K. and France.

Main research work:
  • Collaborative Learning
  • Collaborative writing and storytelling aided by multimedia for small groups and communities
Postgraduate:
Undergraduate:

Undergraduate students’ research assignments

  • Ntriza, E.M. (2022) Informing and Raising 6th Grade Primary Schoοl Students’ Awareness about the School Dropout due to Child Labor, via a Creative Storytelling Teaching Plan. University of Patras, June 2022.

Educational Practice 

Project Work & Creative Storytelling (ESW-422, 8th Semester, Course description)

The 13 presentations/ workshops are the following:

01. Intro – Welcome to the course! Course Aims, and Objectives, Project Team building
02. Creativity in Sociocultural Learning
03. Teamwork in Collaborative Learning
04. Project Work & Project Method
05. Teamwork & Project Evaluation
06. Creative Storytelling Introduction
07. Creative Storytelling for Social and Emotional Education in Positive Education
08. The Hero’s Journey Storyline Approach
09. The Hero’s Emotional Journey – Positive Education
10. Storytelling Structures – Connectedness & Coherence
11. Creative Storytelling in Education – Examples
12. New Technologies in Project Work & Creative Digital Storytelling
13. Outro – Teamwork Presentations, Evaluation & Discussion

Evaluation is conducted via the teamwork assignment (50%) based on an existing story and individual assignment also for the Erasmus students (50%) by creating a new story based on The Hero’s Journey.

-Research and publications are available to download at ResearchGate:  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Niki_Lambropoulos2
-Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Niki-Lambropoulos/e/B018WBTIHO

Ώρες συνεργασίας

Πέμπτη 12:00 – 14:00 (Γραφείο Ε.Δ.Ι.Π., 2oς όροφος)