Evi-Evropi Konstantinidou

University of Cyprus | Educational Research and Evaluation | Nicosia | Cyprus

PhD Project

The impact of generic and content-specific teaching practices

  • Investigating the impact of generic and/or domain-specific teaching practices on primary students’ cognitive and affective learning outcomes in Mathematics and Science
  • Using final outcomes from TIMSS 2019 and achievement progress conducting a panel study

Curriculum Vitae

Education
  • 2018:Doctorate student in Educational Administration and Evaluation at University of Cyprus, Cyprus
  • 2016: Master of Science in Management at International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 2011: Bachelor of Arts in Primary Education at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece
Work Experience
  • June 2019-December 2019: Visiting researcher at Centre for Educational Measurement (CEMO), Oslo, Norway
  • 2012-2018: Educator at Anatolia College in Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 2015-2018: Instructor at Centre of Talented Youth by Johns Hopkins University in Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 2018: Educator and Curriculum Coordinator at The Giving Tree in Nicosia, Cyprus
Publications and Presentations
  • Konstantinidou, E. E. (2020). ‘Corona and Education: Are Students Really Ready for Digital Schooling?’ International-education.blog, 4 May. Available here
  • Konstantinidou, E. E. (2020). Does the salience of instructional quality depends on how we measure it? A secondary analysis searching for criteria consistency across countries. Presentation at the QUINT PhD Summer Institute/QUINT Conference, Iceland (postponed to spring 2021).
  • Konstantinidou, E. E. (2020). Searching for criteria consistency using different research designs and components of teaching. Presentation at the EARLI Special Interest Groups 18 ”Educational Effectiveness” and 23 ”Educational Evaluation, Accountability and School Improvement, Freiburg (postponed to 2022).
  • Konstantinidou, E. E., Kyriakides, L. (2019, September). The impact of generic and domain-specific teaching practices on student achievement. Presentation at the European Conference on Educational Research  (ECER) Annual Meeting, Hamburg.
  • Konstantinidou, E. E. (2019, July).  The contribution of teaching practices on student achievement. Presentation at the Brown Bag Seminar, Centre for Educational Measurement (CEMO), Oslo, Norway
  • Konstantinidou, E. (2015, March). Exploring the Use of Tablet Devices in Differentiated Learning. Paper presented at the 9th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, Madrid, Spain. Available here.
  • Konstantinidou, E. (2014). The Use of Technology in our Educational System. A presentation of a case study in TeAch Symposium, Thessaloniki, Greece
Further Qualifications
  • 2019: Participation in the workshop Multilevel Modeling with IEA data, IRC, 8th International Research Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 2019: Participation in the course Multilevel Modeling Techniques, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus
  • 2018: Participation in the course Design, Measurement, and Analysis in Educational Research, QRM courses, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 2018: Participation in the course Advanced Writing. The aim of the course is to improve the academic writing of the Master students
  • 2018: Participation in the course Advanced Research Methods, University of Cyprus
  • 2017: Participation in the course Statistic Analysis using SPSS, University of Cyprus
  • 2017: Participation in the course School Improvement and Effectiveness, University of Cyprus
  • 2016-2017: Seminars on School Improvement and Assessment for educators
  • 2015: Workshop on Curriculum Development, workshop by Johns Hopkins University in Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 2014: Participation on Youth in Action Programme from the European Union, Gran Canaria, Spain