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Vassiliki SAKKA

History teacher/teacher-trainer

2 Dervenakion str.,

Petroupolis, 132 31

Athens

Greece

tel.: 0030 210 5021267 (home), 0030 210 6016379 (office)

e-mail: kiksak(-at-)yahoo.com

 

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Information: Vassiliki Sakka was born in Ekkara Domokos in Central Greece and has been living in Athens all her life. She is married and has two daughters, 22 and 20 years old. She enjoys working as a teacher. She likes cinema, literature, traveling and swimming. Foreign Languages: English.

 

Studies:

2004-  : University of Peloponnese, Faculty of Social and Educational Policy: PhD Candidate (Subject: History and Adult Education)
1996–1998: University of Athens, Faculty of Arts, Philosophical School, Department of Philisophy-Pedagogy-Psychology: Master of Arts in History Didactics
1976–1981: University of Athens, Faculty of Arts, Philosophical School, Department of History and Archaeology
 

Teaching Experience:

1999-2005: Hellenic Paedagogical Institute - History Office (Teacher Training) 
1985-1996: Teacher in Public Schools (Aliartos Lyceum, Agion Anargyron Experimental Gymnasium, 4th Petrourolis Lyceum)
1981-1985: Teacher in Private Schools

 

Activities:

Teacher Training in History Didactics: Oral History, Local History, The use of Photographs in History Teaching, Visual Literacy, Approaches and Evaluation of Historical Sources.
Evaluator of educational material products, such as cd-roms, video, history textbooks for Secondary Education, publications related to history teaching.
Working on the implementation of History Curricula in Greece.
Working on the improvement of history textbooks in Greece.

 

Publications (excerpt):

Sakka, V., (2004). ‘Oral History and Secondary Education: History as a living Experience’ in Tekmerion, Scientific Review of Archives and Librarianship Department, Ionion University, v. 4,  p.p. 63-88.

Sakka, V., (2004). ‘History beyond School’ in New Paedeia, Educational Review, v. 110, p.p. 83-93.

Sakka, V., (2004). ‘Clio in the Balkans: meeting History teachers in Cyprus. The Balkan Wars’ in Antitetradia of Education, Political and Educational Review, v. 67, p.p. 57-59.

Sakka, V., (2003). ‘Teaching History through sources: the question of evaluation’, in Philologiki, Educational Review,v. 82, p.p. 22-29.

Sakka, V., (2002). ‘Clio in the Balkans: meeting History teachers in Skopje. Teaching sensitive issues’ in Antitetradia of Education, Political and Educational Review, v. 63-64, p.p. 105-108.

Sakka, V., (2001). ‘Using photographs in 20th c. History Teaching in Secondary Education: the question of Visual Literacy’, in Ta Ekpaedeutika, Educational Review, v. 59-60, p.p. 105-121.

Sakka, V., (2000).  ‘Photographs as historical sources. Some question on the use of visual material in classrooms’ in Paremvasi, Educational Review of  Association of Cypriot Philologists, p.p. 103-108.

Sakka, V., (2004). ‘Out of School History’ in Martin Robers (ed.), After the Wall: History Teaching in Europe since 1989, Hamburg: Koerber Stiftung.

Sakka, V., (2003). ‘Teaching WW I through art and personal references: painting, literature, cinema, photographs, diaries, postcards’, in Aggelakos, K., (ed.), Crossthematic Approaches to Knowledge in Greek School, Athens: Metaihmio.

Coulouri, C., Giannakopoulos, D., Sakka, V., Syriatou, A., (2001). ‘National Report: Greece’ in Ertur, C. (ed.), Project for the Improvement of Balkan History Textbooks, Istanbul: Tahir Vakfi: The Economic and History Foundation of Turkey.

Kyrkini, A.,  Mastrapas, A., Katsoulakos, T., Sakka, V., Dimitroukas, I., Giannakopoulos, D.,  (2000). History of the Greek Nation., Athens, O.E.D.V.

 


 
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