Department of Education

Olga Ioannidou

Research Assistant

Olga is a Research Assistant for Project Calibrate, which investigates a systemic approach to summative assessment of practical science at GCSE level in England.

Before coming to Oxford she completed her M.Ed. in Research on Teaching and Learning at the Technical university of Munich in 2016. Since 2016 she is a PhD candidate at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich. In her PhD thesis, she focuses on the conceptualization and measurement of socio-scientific argumentation in science education.

Olga is a member of the Elite Network Bavaria and the Munich Centre for Learning Sciences. Her research interests include teacher education, argumentation and assessment design.

Publications

Ioannidou, O., Georgiou, D., Obersteiner, A., Bas, N.D., & Mieslinger, C. (2017). Do Prospective Teachers Care About PISA Studies? A Pilot Study among University Students in Germany.

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