Reveka Chrousala holds
- a degree from the Department of German Language and Literature of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
- a Master’s degree in the Teaching of German as a Foreign Language (GFL) form the Hellenic Open University,
and is currently a PhD student in the Teaching of German in the University of Athens.
Since 1989, she has taught GFL in primary, secondary and post-secondary state schools (state IEK institutes) and in private foreign-language schools.
Since 2014, she has worked as seconded personnel for the Institute of Educational Policy. Initially, she was appointed to the Office of Funded and Co-funded Projects and, following that, to the Office of Research, Planning and Implementation A (in charge of primary and secondary mandatory education). Since September 2016, she has worked in the Personnel and Administrative Support Department.
Scientific / Research Interest
She has participated in national and international conferences and her research interests focus on the teaching of GFL as well as the impact of the German Enlightenment on the Greek Enlightenment and on the Greek education.
She has participated, and still participates, in a multitude of projects and committees of IEP. As part of that, she took part in the task force for the realization of the National Curriculum for the teaching of German to students in the ‘Tourist Business Employee’ Specialty of the ‘Administration and Finance’ Sector for Class C of both day-time and evening-time EPAL schools (Vocational Senior High Schools) (published in FEK 2411/B/4-08-2019) and of the training material ‘Business Educator Training Guide’ for the European Project Erasmus+ NAAGRCY.
She took part in the completion of the Guide for the inclusion of gender visibility in the National Curriculum and in the teaching books and materials used within the project team working on the enhancement of gender visibility.
She is a script rater and oral-language examiner for the KPG exams (National Foreign Language Exam System) and, until November 2018, she was the co-ordinator of the German Language marking center.