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Rania Lampou


Rania Lampou is a Global Educator, a STEM instructor and an ICT teacher trainer in Greece. She has a post-graduate degree (M.Ed.) in language teaching related to cognitive neurosciences and she is also a passionate researcher on cognitive neurosciences and neuroeducation. Currently, she is a STEM instructor at the Greek Astronomy and Space Company (Annex of Salamis) and she is also working at the Greek Ministry of Education, at the Directorate of Educational Technology and Innovation where she writes STE(A)M projects for Greek schools.

She has been awarded many national and international prizes (so far 73) and she is a “Global Teacher Award 2020” (AKS Awards) winner and a “Global Teacher Prize finalist 2019” (Varkey Foundation). Recently she has been selected as “Global Icon 2020” featured in “Passion Vista” Magazine and among the “100 most successful women in business” featured in a  book of Amazon. She promotes STEM vision by introducing STEM in astronomy and physics projects and combines STEM with Language Teaching. She is the founder and international coordinator of five innovative international projects that focus on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals described in the 2030 Agenda. She is also an author of scientific books for kids.

She is  a social activist and  a Global Peace Ambassador and she has received many humanitarian awards from International Humanitarian Organizations. Recently she became International Ambassador of Volunteerism and Education of the Greek “Academy of Volunteerism and Education Help Hellas”.

She is also Global Council Member of “Chartered Institute of Leadership, Education and Development”, Country Head of “LEAD Philippines”, of  “World Voice International” of “EduWorld Voice” and “Academic Development for Global Leadership in Education”.

She is an Editorial Board Member of many journals. She has presented her research in numerous international conferences and e-conferences and she has published work in various journals.