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|Dr. Stella Hadjistassou||Lecturer||Stella K. Hadjistassou has extensive expertise in composing and leading large EU-funded projects in Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL). Her areas of interest include Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL), ESL teacher education, ecological perspectives in linguistics, Cultural-historical Activity Theory (CHAT). Stella has also taught multiple traditional, hybrid, and online courses both in the United States and Europe.|
|Düriye Gökçebağ||Special Teaching Staff||Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language, Structural and Functional Analysis, Error Analysis, Curriculum Development and Evaluation, Mobile Learning, Task-based Learning.|
|Shaunna Joannidou||Special Teaching staff||Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Second Language Acquisition, Networked Learning, Professional Development, Curriculum Design, Web 2.0 applications in teaching foreign languages|
|Angela Kleanthous||Special Teaching Staff||Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, Instructional Technology in Language Teaching, Use of Web 2.0 Applications in Language Teaching and Learning, Collaborative Language Learning, English for Specific Purposes (ESP).|
|Marianna Kyprianou||Special Teaching staff||Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Instructional Technology,
Pronunciation Teaching, Curriculum development and evaluation, English for Specific Purposes (ESP).
|Eleni Nikiforou||Special Teaching staff||Teaching English as a Foreign Language; Instructional
Technology; Blended Learning; Online Learning; Open Educational Resources; Curriculum Development; Professional Development; English for Specific Purposes.
|Natalia Regginou||Special Scientists||Teaching Russian as a foreign language through the modern methods and methodologies|
|Constantinos Tsouris||Special Teaching staff||Integrating collaborative learning pedagogies in the English for Specific Purposes curriculum; in curriculum design and development for English for Specific
Purposes courses; and in social constructivist perspectives in language learning and teaching.
|Chryso Pelekani||Special Scientist||Teaching Turkish as a second/foreign language, Design and develop curricula and teaching materials for learning Turkish for levels (A1-C2), Using new technologies to learn Turkish language, Blended Learning-Online teaching, Comparative and Descriptive Linguistics (Turkısh/Greek/Russian, Cypriot Turkish/Cypriot Greek, Romani/Gourmpetsia), Linguistic Contacts-Dialectology, Theory of translation|
|Pedro Jesus Molina Muñoz||Special Teaching staff||Information Technologies and Communication in Language Education and Processing. Second Language Acquisition, Networked Learning, Web 2.0 applications in teaching foreign languages, Online Learning; Medieval and Modern Greece: Greek language, literature, history and culture. Modern Greek lexicography, Modern Greek literature, Archives about the Greek presence in Spain, History of Greek language.|