Department of Communication and Internet Studies
Cyprus University of Technology
Dr. Eleni A. Kyza is an Assistant Professor in the Information Society at the Department of Communication and Internet Studies at the Cyprus University of Technology. She completed her doctoral studies in Northwestern University's Learning Sciences program, specializing in cognitive science. He holds a postgraduate degree (Ed.M.) from the Technology and Education program from Harvard Graduate School of Education, Bachelor of Education in Summa cum laude, with Boston University specialization in Education and Diploma Teacher from the Pedagogical Academy of Cyprus.
Her research interests focus on the role of modern technologies in learning and teaching, and the design and exploration of interactive learning environments.
Nicolaidou I, Kyza EA, Terzian F, Hadjichambis A, Kafouris D (2011). A Framework for Scaffolding Students Assessment of the Credibility of Evidence. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 48: 711-744.
Kyza E, Edelson DC (2005) Scaffolding middle-school students coordination of theory and evidence. Educational Research and Evaluation, 11: 545-560.
Kyza EA (2009). Middle-School Students Reasoning About Alternative Hypotheses in a Scaffolded, Software-Based Investigation Investigation. Cognition and Instruction 27: 277-311.