1992: BSc in Physics from the Athens University (grade: 7.23)
2013: Coursera online science courses in
· Introduction to Astronomy (Duke University)
· Galaxies and Cosmology (California Institute of Technology)
· Astrobiology and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life (University of Edinburgh)
· How Things Work (University of Virginia)
· From the Big Bang to Dark Energy (University of Tokyo)
1993- ongoing: Physics teacher at Hill Primary School
Professional experience/ development
· 1996 – 1998: Hosting and script writing of an educational programme produced by ERT, the national broadcaster.
1995-1999: Articles in “Geotropio” weekly magazine, published by the newspaper Eleftherotypia.
· Since 2012: Scientific associate of the Public Library of Veria, which won the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s 2010 Access to Learning Award.
· Since 2013: Scientific associate of the 'Future Library' a platform organised by the Niarchos Foundation, which connects libraries across Greece through online applications and a programme of educational events for children.
Since 2009, I have been running three blogs, focusing on the teaching of physics at schools: http://tinanantsou.blogspot.gr/(also recommended by the Ministry of Education through its official website), https://tinanantsou.wordpress.com andhttp://physicswhynot.blogspot.gr/
I am also an active volunteer in environmental organisations, such as WWF Greece.
Participation in research programmes
· Glezou, Κ. ; T. Nantsou. (2001). “Elements of Meteorology. Activity focusing on the lesson of physics”. In Greek. Presented at the 4th Panhellenic Symposium of Informatics, Portaria, 23-24 June 2001. Available at: http://users.sch.gr/glezou/yliko/ekpaideytiko_yliko/meteorology.pdf
· 1996-2001: Participation in the creation of the ‘Odysseia’ Network and Computer Technologies for Secondary Education in Greece-. http://odysseia.cti.gr/English/ODYSSEIANEW/about.htm
· Research and Development Programme of Physics for the elementary school SCAFTO in SWEDEN (1991-2001)
· 1995-1999:Participation in the Athens University research programme “The computer for research, expression and communication” (Professor Chronis Kynigos Athens University).