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Gomatos Leonidas

Professor
Department of Education
School of Pedagogical & Technological Education (ASPETE)

1318 Kentriko Taxydromeio Patras, GR 26001, Patras, Greece;
Telephone:
+30 2610 433664
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Education

  • 1984 : Diploma of Mechanical engineering , National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), GR
  • 1986 : Certificate of Pedagogical Studies, PATES/SELETE, GR
  • 1990 : Ms In Science and Technology Education, Université Paris 7, FR
  • 1996 : PhD in Science Education, Université Paris 7- Denis Diderot, FR

Research

  • Group problem solving in mechanics and thermodynamics.
  • Science and Technology Education
  • Initial Vocational Education and Training
  • Teachers’ Preparation and Training

Teaching

  • Educational Research (PEK Tripolis GR, Teacher Training Courses 1992-1994)
  • Educational Psychology (SELETE, 1999-2002)
  • Principles and Management of Vocational Education. (SELETE, 1999-2002)
  • Science Education (University of Patras, 2004-06)
  • Educational Research Methodology (ASPETE 2003-2009)
  • Science and Technology Education (IUFM, Université de Provence, June 2005, March 2007, May 2007)
  • Teaching Methodology (ASPETE, 2003-)
  • Current Trends in Didactics (ASPETE, 2010 - 2013)
  • Teaching and Learning [Group work in the classroom, Project Based Learning] (Ma education ASPETE-ROEHAMPTON 2009-2015)

Selected Publications

  1. L. Gomatos, “Problem Solving: Evolution of problem’s representations of pupils who solve problems in small groups in senior high school Mechanics”, Epitheorisi Physikis (Physics Review) H’, 26, p. 29-35 [in Greek] (1998).
  2. A. Dumas-Carré & L. Gomatos, “Mise au point d’un instrument d’analyse de l’évolution des représentations du problème pendant la résolution de problèmes de mécanique en groupes” DIDASKALIA, 18, p.11-36, Bruxelles-Paris (2001).
  3. L.Gomatos, “Conceptions de la discipline et relations avec les choix didactiques des enseignants de technologie.”, SKHOLE numéro hors série, p. 119-125. IUFM Aix-Marseille, Université de Provence (2007).
  4. L. Gomatos, La place de la Didactique dans les programmes de préparation des enseignants de Physique et de Technologie en Grèce. Review of Science, Mathematics and ICT education, Volume 4 No 2, 85-99, University of Patras, Metaichmio (2010).
  5. L. Gomatos, Choix didactiques des enseignants de technologie : quelles relations avec les conceptions des enseignants à l’égard des relations sciences-technologie ?SKHOLÊ, 17, pp. 201-208. (2012).
  6. L. Gomatos,Technology teachers’ beliefs regarding science-technology relations. In Tseles D., Malafantis K & Pamouktsoglou A. (ed) Education and Society. Research and innovation in new technologies, p.60-67, Synchroni Ekdotiki, Athens. (2012).
  7. L. Gomatos, “Secondary education teachers’ faculties”: A neglected pedagogical issue in Greece. 1st International Symposium. Education and Teacher Education Worldwide. Current Reforms, Problems and Challenges.  Rethymnon, University of Crete. 28-30 May 2013. Symposium Proceedings, p. 237-247. (2013).
  8. L. Gomatos, A. Koutsougera, H. Pisimisi & K. Despotopoulos, Descriptions d’activités professionnelles par des enseignants et des praticiens : éléments de synthèse et de comparaison. Educational Journal of the University of Patras UNESCO Chair, vol. 2(1), p.29-39 (2015).