Areas of expertise
Kalypso Filippou is a University Lecturer at the Department of Teacher Education. She is a co-leader in the EqualISM research project which examines how the lives of international students in Finnish universities are (re)constructed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Her doctoral research examined students’ and university teachers’ experiences in the international master’s degree programmes in Finnish universities, focusing on intercultural thesis supervision. Kalypso has graduated from the international master's degree programme of Learning, Learning Environment and Educational Systems, University of Turku and received her Bachelor's Degree of Educational Sciences - Primary School Teacher at the University of Cyprus. She has been an exchange student at the University of Stockholm
Kalypso Filippou is the responsible teacher for the courses 'Basics of University Pedagogy A', 'Basics of University Pedagogy B', 'Multicultural Education' and 'Scientific Writing'. She also participates in the course 'Yliopistopedagogiikan perusteet B', 'Ohjattu opetusharjoittelu', 'Tieteenalakohtainen yliopistopedagogiikka' and 'Tutkimus opetustyön tukena'. Previously she was an assistant at the master's thesis seminars of the EdLearn master's programme and a guest lecturer at the course 'International and Comparative Education'. Similarly, she was a teaching assistant at the courses 'Culturally and Linguistically responsive teaching', and 'Cultural Responsiveness, Diversity, and Inclusiveness'.