Magos Kostas

Ακαδημαϊκή Βαθμίδα: 
Associate Professor
Γνωστικό Αντικείμενο: 
Intercultural Education
Telephone Number: 
magos [at] uth [dot] gr

Kostas Magos is a graduate of the Department of
Electrical Engineering of the National Technical
University of Athens and the Pedagogical
Department of Primary Education of the University
of Athens. He holds a PhD from the Department of
Preschool Education at the University of Athens.
His research interests concern the intercultural
dimension of education, the school and social
inclusion of students belonging to ethnocultural
minorities, the development of intercultural
educational material and the use of storytelling
as a means of approaching diversity. His favorite
activity is writing books for children.

Last indicative publications:

Magos, K. (2018). The neighbor’s folktales. Developing intercultural competence through folktales and stories. Bookbird. A Journal of International Children’s Literature, 56 (2), 28-35. 

·  Magos, K. (2018) Like flying birds. Raising candidate teachers’ intercultural competence of refugee identity. Education Journal of the University of Patras Unesco Chair, 5 (2), 35-42.

·  Magos, K. & Margaroni M. (2018) The importance of educating refugees. Editorial. Global Education Review, 5 (4), 1-6. 

·  Magos, K. (2019). Transforming the identity of the enemy in pre-school children. A case study in a Greek kindergarten. International e-journal of educational studies (IEJES), 3 (5), 39-46.

·  Magos, K. & Margaroni, M. (2018) (Eds) Education and refugee identity, Global Education Review, 5 (4), /view/35

·  Magos, K. (2019). Walking together. In L. Viglas, K. Magos, C. Alexopoulos (Eds). Walking together: Intercultural routes in the city of Volos with the participation of young refugees from ARSIS, students from the University of Thessaly and students from the Second Chance School of Volos. Volos: Palmos Editions.

·  Magos, K. & Kremmydiotou, S. (2020). Playing with imaginary companion. A case study from Greece. In I. Castro and J. Clark (Eds). Walking in other worlds. Fantastical journeys of children’s agency. NY: Rowman and Littlefield.

·  Magos, K. & Kalopita, K. (2020). Diversity in Early Childhood Education Through Parents' Perceptions. RIELS Journal, 1 (2), 235-245.