Maria Tsapali

University of Cambridge

Brief info

Role: I’m a research associate at EdTech Hub. I am interested in research that explores the intersection of education, psychology, and technology-use in LMICs with the aim to design effective and adaptive learning environments.

Background: I am an Affiliated Lecturer in Education and Psychology at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. I teach undergraduate and Master students. I have previously obtained my PhD and MPhil from the same institution after completing a master and bachelor degree at the University of Athens. I am currently working as a consultant with the World Bank working on the TEACH classroom observation tool that is helping LMICs track and improve teaching quality. 

Fun Fact: I am a hobbyist photographer (with some exhibited photos) and a fond salsa dancer.

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