Learning Support Services

Karoliina Bøg Hokka

SENCO

Bio coming soon!

Stella Strouvali

Learning Support Teacher

Ms Strouvali Stella was born and raised in Athens, Greece. She holds a BA in Primary Education and an MSc in Special Educational Needs from the University of Athens, Greece. She is currently attending an MA in TESOL from Oxford Brookes University. Ms Strouvali has worked in several educational settings in Greece (special educational needs schools, centers for assessments and diagnosis for learning disabilities and psychological disorders and international schools). She has also worked as Research Assistant at the Psychology Laboratory of the University of Athens. She joined ISH in 2016; initially as an intern in the Learning Support Services Department and afterwards as a Learning Support Assistant. From August 2017, she works as a Learning Support Teacher in the same setting.

What I most like about Denmark and Copenhagen?

"I love the 'hygge' atmosphere in winter and Copenhagen's cycling culture."

Kirsten Thøgersen

School Psychologist

Mrs. Thøgersen is a Danish licensed clinical psychologist with experience working as an educational psychologist at international schools in Brussels and in China.

She combines her experience of working with children in international settings both in her private practice and at international schools, as well as teaching child psychology to both parents and psychology students.

Since moving to Denmark in 2009, she has worked with the psychological evaluation of children and adolescents with special needs at both the Aleris psychiatric Hospital and at the private clinic, PsykologCompagniet in Copenhagen.

What I most like about Denmark and Copenhagen?

"The infrastructure, it's easy to get around"

Nina Groth Larsen

School Nurse

Eugene Evgenios Tsakos

Learning Support Teacher

Mr Eugene is from Athens, Greece. He holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Athens and a MSc in Clinical Linguistics (major: Neurolinguistics) that was jointly awarded by the consortium of the University of Eastern Finland (FI), the University of Potsdam (DE) and the University of Groningen (NL), following a two-year mobility plan in different hospitals, clinics and research centers in Europe.

Mr Eugene has worked as research assistant at the neuroimaging lab of the Diversity and Inclusion Research Group at the University of Potsdam, Germany. His own research focuses on the programming and use of evidence-based video games and their role in enhancing reading fluency for students with reading difficulties. In the past, he has also worked in a museum as part of an internship at the Centre for Hellenic Studies of Harvard University, prior to his experience as a museum educator at the Foundation of the Hellenic World (Athens).

With regard to teaching, Mr Eugene has worked with both typical and clinical populations at the SOS Children's Villages (Athens branch) and in public schools in Finland. He has been a private tutor for 6 years and he was involved in a language acquisition project for refugee children in Greece two years ago. During the summer he works as a counsellor at a summer camp for children near Athens.

What I most like about Denmark and Copenhagen?

"The astonishing nature but also the efficiency of the timing of traffic lights in the signalised intersections of the streets."

Stine Hybler

Learning Support Teacher

Bio coming soon!

Ramazan Dicle

EAL Coordinator

Mr. Dicle is from Adiyaman, Turkey. He received his Bachelor’s degree from the Department of English Linguistics at Hacettepe University in Ankara as a top ranking student in 2010. While at Hacettepe University, he also completed the ELT (English Language Teaching) Program. He holds a Magister degree in Turkish Linguistics from Uppsala University, Sweden. He holds an MA in General Linguistics from Stockholm University with a focus on bilingualism, cognitive linguistics and language typology. Mr Dicle is the EAL Coordinator, the MYP/DP Head of Language Aquisition and the Service as Action leader in MYP.

What I most like about Denmark and Copenhagen?

"Ever since the first time I've stepped foot into Copenhagen, I've been absolutely in love with it. There are many reasons why I'm so taken with this city, but here are my top 5: It is safe. It is tranquil. It is easy to navigate and bike. It is cozy. It is international."

Sarah Petersen

DP Student Support Teacher

Bio coming soon!

Maciej Karwowski

Learning Support Teacher

Mr. Karwowski is from Poland. He holds a BA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and MA in English Literature. He has worked in schools in Poland and Turkey. He moved to Copenhagen in January 2017 and started working at ISH in October 2017. His favourite hobbies are reading, running and travelling.

What I most like about Copenhagen?

"I love parks and running in them and being able to cycle everywhere."

Karoliina Bøg Hokka

SENCO

Stella Strouvali

Stella Strouvali

Learning Support Teacher

Stella Strouvali

Learning Support Teacher

Kirsten Thøgersen

Kirsten Thøgersen

School Psychologist

Kirsten Thøgersen

School Psychologist

Nina Groth Larsen

Nina Groth Larsen

School Nurse

Nina Groth Larsen

School Nurse

Eugene Evgenios Tsakos

Eugene Evgenios Tsakos

Learning Support Teacher

Eugene Evgenios Tsakos

Learning Support Teacher

Stine Hybler

Stine Hybler

Learning Support Teacher

Stine Hybler

Learning Support Teacher

Ramazan Dicle

Ramazan Dicle

EAL Coordinator

Ramazan Dicle

EAL Coordinator

Sarah Petersen

Sarah Petersen

DP Student Support Teacher

Sarah Petersen

DP Student Support Teacher

Maciej Karwowski

Maciej Karwowski

Learning Support Teacher

Maciej Karwowski

Learning Support Teacher