Angela Evangelinou-Yiannakis

Dr

  • The University of Western Australia (M428), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Dr Angela Evangelinou-Yiannakis is a graduate of The University of Western Australia - BA (1979); GradDipEd (1980); MEd (Hons) (2002); EdD (2009).  Angela also holds three certificates for competency in Modern Greek (TAFEWA, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and the Centre for the Greek Language, Greece).  A secondary school teacher of English and Languages (Greek and French), Angela has been in the profession for over 40 years, teaching in all tiers, including teaching Modern Greek at UWA and The University of Notre Dame Australia.  She has been a teacher and leader in the Independent School sector since 1994, including being the Acting Principal of St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Grammar School and the Foundation Principal of Immaculate Heart College.  Currently, Angela is the Australian Catholic University and Teach for Australia (ACU-TFA) Regional Lead for WA, and a Unit Coordinator and Lecturer for Master of Teaching and Master of Education students at UWA.  An Honorary Research Fellow of The Graduate School of Education, UWA, Angela has had a number of refereed publications, including a book based on her doctoral research.  Angela serves on a number of committees, including being the Director of the Centre for the Greek Language (CGL) in WA, Chairperson of the West Australian Modern Greek Language Teachers’ Association (WAMGLTA), member of the UWA Council of Convocation and, until recently, she was the UWA representative on the Executive Committee of the Western Australian Institute for Educational Research (WAIER).

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