Author C. Kynigos
Chronis Kynigos is a Professor at the University of Athens, Greece, and Director of the Educational Technology Lab. He has studied the processes of design of constructionist technologies and classroom interventions, mainly for mathematics education. He has also studied teachers’ pedagogies and epistemologies in TPD courses and students’ classroom interactions in social contexts involving constructionist activity. He has been responsible for the design of pedagogical specifications of several constructionist media – E-slate, Turtleworlds, and the 3D Ma.L.Turtleworlds amongst them. He co-organized the “Constructionism” conference in 2012 and 2014. He has been a member of the European Kaleidoscope Network of Excellence (2004–2008) and responsible for the “Remath” and the “M C Squared” European projects integrating constructionism R&D work. He led the mathematics component of the Greek Education Ministry’s “Digital School” initiative infusing constructionism into the design of more than 1500 “micro-experiments’ for mathematics.

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Chronaki A. & Kynigos C. (2015) Humor as a Humble Way to Access the Complexity of Knowledge Construction. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 416–417. Fulltext at
Daskolia M., Kynigos C. & Makri K. (2015) Learning about Urban Sustainability with Digital Stories: Promoting Collaborative Creativity from a Constructionist Perspective. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 388–396. Fulltext at
Kynigos C. (2015) Author’s Response: Designing for New Mediations: A Constructionist Approach. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 317–320. Fulltext at
Kynigos C. (2015) Designing Constructionist E-Books: New Mediations for Creative Mathematical Thinking? Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 305–313. Fulltext at
Kynigos C. (2019) Describing Sustained Constructionist Activity. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 314–315. Fulltext at
Kynigos C. & Futschek G. (2015) Re-Situating Constructionism. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 281–284. Fulltext at
Makri K., Daskolia M. & Kynigos C. (2015) Authors’ Response: Seeking “Power” in Powerful Ideas, Systems Thinking and Affective Aspects of Learning. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 401–404. Fulltext at
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