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Associate Professor / Special Education - Education of the deaf
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Academic Rank: Associate Professor

Subject: Special Education - Education of the deaf

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Tel: (+30) 24210-74751

Curriculum vitae


Research interests

  • Αccess and learning within formal and nonformal learning contexts for persons with disabilities and particularly for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • Inclusive education for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • Differentiated instruction for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • Reading instruction for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing

SED courses

  • Basic principles of communication and education for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • Language development of deaf and hard of hearing children: The role of early intervention
  • Literacy assessment and instruction for children who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • Differentiated Instruction for deaf and hard of hearing children
  • Assessment in Special Education (postgraduate)

Office hours 

  • Tuesday: 900-1000
  • Thursday: 1200-1300

Every other day after email communication

Recent publications 

  • Stinson, M. & Nikolaraizi, M. (in press). Assisting people who are deaf or hard of hearing through technology. In A. Tatnall (Ed) Encyclopedia of Education and Information Technologies. Heidelberg: Springer Nature.
  • Nikolaraizi, M., Kanari, C., & Marschark, M. (in press).  Tickets for the inclusive museum: Accessible opportunities for non-formal learning by deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals. In M. Marschark & H. Knoors (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies in Learning and Cognition. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Nikolaraizi, M., Kofidou, C. & Hyde, M. (2019). The role of self-advocacy in academic access for students who are deaf or hard of hearing in higher education. In S.Halder & V.Argyropoulos (Eds), Inclusion, Equity and access for individuals with disabilities (pp.383-408). Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore
  • Argyropoulos, V., Nikolaraizi, M., Kanari, C., Chamonikolaou, S., Plati, M., Markou, E., & Leotsakou, B. (2017). Bridging theory and practice in developing inclusive practices in museum: The Greek case. Proceedings of the 9th ICEVI “empowered by dialogue” (pp. 40-41). Bruges, Belgium.
  • Nikolaraizi, M., Chamonikolaou, S., Argyropoulos, V., & Kanari, C. (2017). Investigating risk perception and disaster management through perspectives of children with and without visual disability. Proceedings of the 9th ICEVI “empowered by dialogue” (pp. 69-70). Bruges, Belgium.

More information

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 50 papers in international journals and proceedings of international conferences with 500 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 access and education of persons with disabilities and specially for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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