Academic Rank: Associate Professor
Subject: Special Education - Education of the deaf
Tel: (+30) 24210-74751
- Special and inclusive education
- Education of deaf and hard of hearing students
- Accessibility issues
- Differentiated instruction
- Introduction in the education of the deaf
- Language development of deaf children
- Literacy and deaf children
- The role of assessment and differentiation in the access of deaf and hard of hearing students
- Assessment in Special Education (postgraduate)
- Wednesday 1200-1300
- Friday 1200-1400
Every other day after email communication
- Nikolaraizi, M. Karagianni, K. & Filippatou, D. (2013). The role of peer tutoring for students with and without disabilities in higher education. Proceedings of the fifth Annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (pp.6328-6334). Barcelona, Spain
- Nikolaraizi, M., Vekiri, I., & Easterbrooks, S. (2013). Investigating deaf students’ use of visual multimedia resources in reading comprehension. American Annals of the Deaf, 157, 458-473.
- Nikolaraizi, M. & Theofanous, M. (2012). The strategical use of concept maps in reading comprehension of students who are deaf. In A. Cañas, J. Novak & J. Vanhear (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Concept Mapping (pp. 406-413). Malta: University of Malta.
- Strogilos, V., Nikolaraizi, M. & Tragoulia, E. (2012). Experiences among beginning special education teachers in general education settings: the influence of school culture. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 27, 185-199.
- Argyropoulos, V. & Nikolaraizi, M. (2009). Developing inclusive practices through collaborative action research. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 24, 139-153
Dr Nikolaraizi is an Associate Professor in special education-education of the deaf in the Department of Special Education at the University of Thessaly. Also, she is the coordinator of the Accessibility Centre of the University of Thessaly which aims to support students with disabilities at the University of Thessaly.
She has acted as a coordinator and a team member in several projects in the area of special and inclusive education, education of the deaf and also in the field of accessibility. She has published more than 40 papers with 125 citations.
Dr Nikolaraizi has a Bachelor in Pedagogic, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1992), a Postgraduate Diploma in Special Education (education of the deaf), University of Birmingham (1994), a Postgraduate Certificate in Research methods (1997), an a PhD in education, University of Birmingham (1997).
Her research interests lie within the area of special and inclusive ducation, education of deaf and hard of hearing studnts, differentiated instruction and accessibility issues.