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Stavroula Philippou

Stavroula Philippou is an Associate Professor in Curriculum and Teaching at the Department of Education, University of Cyprus, Cyprus. Her studies include a B.Ed. (Hons) in Primary Education (University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 1998); a M.Ed. in Curriculum Studies (University of Sydney, Australia, 1999); and a Ph.D. in Education (University of Cambridge, U.K., 2004). She has taught in a variety of formal and informal educational contexts in Cyprus and abroad and has acted as a consultant for UNESCO, the Council of Europe and the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture. She is currently the Secretary-General of the European Association of Curriculum Studies and the General Assembly Cyprus Representative of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS). Her research draws upon the theoretical, historical and sociological study of curriculum and teaching, focusing on genealogies of curriculum studies, teacher professionalism and curriculum change, curriculum inquiry and teacher education, teacher life histories, curriculum and textbook development and design,  European education policy, Social Studies and Citizenship Education. Such research has been funded by local, European and international bodies in highly competitive calls.  She has published widely in international peer-reviewed journals and books as well as co-edited special journal issues and edited volumes. She is currently the Lead Editor (along with Prof. Mark Priestley) of The Curriculum Journal.

Stavroula Philippou's contributions

The Curriculum Journal

The Curriculum Journal is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original contributions to the study of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Papers reporting empirical studies and...

Journals1 Jan 2013