Vasilios Kondellas smiles into the camera.
Vasilios
Kondellas
Ph.D
Instructor
Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies
College of Education
Phone
(773) 442-5998
Expertise
Educational Foundations and Human Development
Courses Taught
EDFN 305: Philosophical and Historical Foundations of Public Education
EDFN 306: Education and Individual Differences
EDFN 307: The Psychology of Instruction and Learning
EDFN 405: The Development of Educational Thought
EDFN 406: Human Development and Learning
EDFN 109 Schooling in Chicago: Communities, Public Education, and Change
EDFN 216 Child and Adolescent Development: Individual Differences
EDFN 308 Teaching and Learning
EDFN 313 Problems, Issues, and Practices in Education
EDFN 319 Psychological Issues in Educational Settings: Adolescent Development
EDFN 407 Learning Theories and Educational Practice
EDFN 415 Educational Thought and Secondary Schooling
EDFN 420A Seminar in Development and Learning: Contemporary Issues in Middle Level Education
EDFN 421 Middle School Advisory and Counseling
Research Interests
- Cultural and Social Foundations of Education
- History of American Education
- Neuroscience and Learning
- Childhood and Adolescent Obesity
- Health Care and Society
- A Synthesis and Integration of Select Theories and Applied Issues in Human Development Through the Society, Culture, Personality (SCP) Model in Schooling and Society
- Michael Anagnostopoulos: The Founder of the Kindergarten for the Blind (1887)
Education

Ph.D., Cultural and Educational Policy Studies
Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

M.Ed., Cultural and Educational Policy Studies
Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

B.S., Psychology
Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

Selected Publications

Kondellas, B. (In progress). The Journey in the Establishment of the Kindergarten for the Blind: Michael Anagnostopoulos’ Contribution to the History of Progressive Education

Kondellas, B., Fredericks, J., & Fredericks, M. (In progress). The management and organization of a learning institution within the society, culture, personality [SCP] model.

Kondellas, B., Fredericks, J., Fredericks, M. (2014). The management and organization of a learning institution within the society, culture, personality [SCP] model. New Trends in Management in the 21 st Century, Monograph by Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland, 13-22.

Fredericks, M., Ross, M., Kondellas, B., Hang, L., Fredericks, J., & Ward, B. (2013).  Health care professionals: A synthesis and integration of select concepts and theories in the study of mental illness through the society, culture, personality (SCP) model.  International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 2, 87-96.

Fredericks, M., Kondellas, B., Fredericks, J., Langer, M., & Ross, M. (2013). The integration of select aspects of educational foundations as applied to health care education: A religious perspective. Education, 133 (3), 378-392.

Fredericks, M., Kondellas, B., Fredericks, J., Wloch, W., Hang, L., & Ross, M. (2012). Toward a select conceptual and theoretical examination of the team approach to organizational relationships within the society-culture-personality (SCP) model.  Human Resource Management and Corporate Competitiveness, Monograph by Szent Istvan University Godollo, Hungary, 13-22.

Kondellas, B., Fredericks, M., Fredericks, J., & Ross, M. (2011).  Serving the needs of diverse learners: An examination of Michael Anagnostopoulos’ contributions to the history of educational ideas.  American Educational History Journal, 38, (2), 447-457.

Fredericks, M., Kondellas, B., Hang, L., Fredericks, J., & Ross, M. (2011). Future chiropractic physicians: Toward a select conceptual understanding of bureaucratic structures and functions in the health care institution.  Journal of Chiropractic Humanities, 18 (2), 64-73.

Lodyga, M., Fredericks, M., Ross, M., & Kondellas, B. (2011).  Electronic medical records (EMR): Call for empathy in the patient-clinician relationship within a technological milieu: Implications for professional nursing practice.  Electronic Journal of Health Informatics, 6 (3), e 23.

Fredericks, M., Kondellas, B., & Fredericks, J. (2011).  The importance of communities and communication in the professionalization process within the society, culture, personality [SCP] model. Humanization of Work and Modern Tendencies in Management, Czestochowa, Poland.

Fredericks, M., Kondellas, B., & Fredericks, J. (2010). Toward a socio-psychological understanding of select organizational relationships and theories within the society, culture, personality [SCP] model. Humanization of Work and Modern Tendencies in Management, Czestochowa, Poland.

Fredericks, M., Lyons, L., Kondellas, B., Ross, M., Hang, L., & Fredericks, J. (2009). Chiropractic physicians: An analysis of select issues for the use of electronic medical records and the patient-practitioner relationship within the society-culture-personality model.  Journal of Chiropractic Humanities, 16 (1), 13-20.

Fredericks, M., Kondellas, B., Ross, M., Hang, L., & Fredericks, J. (2009).  Future chiropractic physicians: Toward a synthesis of select concepts in the behavioral sciences in health care and the society-culture-personality model for the 21st century.  Journal of Chiropractic Humanities, 16 (1), 5-12.

Kondellas, B. (2004). Michael Anagnostopoulos: Father of the kindergarten for the blind,” American Educational History Journal, 31 (2), 157-162.

Background

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education, Counselor

Additional Information

Selected Presentations

The Importance of Communities and Communication in the Professionalization Process within the Society, Culture, Personality [SCP] Model. Paper presented at the International Conference: Human, Work, Organization—Humanization of Work and Modern Tendencies in Management, Czestochowa, Poland, 2011.

Toward a Socio-Psychological Understanding of Select Organizational Relationships and Theories within the Society, Culture, Personality [SCP] Model.  Paper presented at the International Conference: Human, Work, Organization—Humanization of Work and Modern Tendencies in Management, Czestochowa, Poland, 2010.

Serving the Special Needs of Boston’s Diverse Learners and Economically Challenged Population: A Historical and Philosophical Examination of Michael Anagnostopoulos’ Contributions to Education.  Paper presented at the Midwest History of Education Society, Chicago, Illinois, 2005.                           

Michael Anagnostopoulos: Father of the Kindergarten for the Blind.  Paper presented at the Midwest History of Education Society, Chicago, Illinois, 2003.

Michael Anagnostopoulos: The Historical Importance of an Appropriate Education.  Paper presented at the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 2003.

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