World LUMEN Congress 2021


Associate Professor PhD, University of the Aegean | GREECE

Mrs Maria Kordaki holds a PhD in Educational Technology, a Masters in Education, a Diploma in civil engineering and a Bachelor in Mathematics from the University of Patras, Greece. She is a retired associate professor of Educational Technology in the Department of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean, Greece. She has also been a collaborative professor in the Hellenic Open University for 14 years. During the last decade she has had also served as adjunct assistant Professor in the Dept of Computer Engineering and Informatics (10 years) and in the Department of Mathematics, University of Patras, Greece (4 years). Dr Kordaki has also rich experience in teacher education as a school advisor (12 years) and deputy of the teacher training center of the Western Greek region (5 years). Her research focuses on Gender and Computing as well as Gender and STEM education, technology-supported learning design, focusing on critical and creative thinking within various educational settings including: paper and pencil, online, blended, collaborative and technology-based learning as well as educational digital storytelling, digital game-based learning, Computer Science Education, Mathematics Education and the use of social and constructivist learning theories in the design of educational microworlds. Professor Kordaki also serves on the editorial board of various international and national Conferences, and Journals. Finally, she has published over 220 scientific papers and 18 books. Her research works have received more than 1300 citations. A detailed curriculum of associate Professor Maria Kordaki is available at:

Plenary Speech Title | Examining teachers’ various instructional behaviors  from a gender-sensitive point of view: an example from Computer science education

Link to video recording on Editura LUMEN’s YouTube Chanel |