“Learn Greek… the Green way”.

Our philosophy

As the 'Greek and Green' family, we aim at teaching the Greek language and literature to students of all levels while engaging with environmentally friendly activities. We nurture the learners' creativity and awareness for a zero waste take on their learning, and that's how we innovate: by bridging the digital world of your e-learning with a repertoire of outdoor, hands-on experiences, you are now able to learn joyfully & unforgettably. Welcome Friends!

Courses

Events

3 reasons why you should start learning with us

Take action for a greener planet through learning Greek: we will empower you with impactful tips to live more sustainably.

Maximise your learning potential with our experience-based curriculum approach, "learn by doing"!

Connect broadly with people from our international community at our events and set up your own 'Greek coffee conversations groups'.

← High Morale Specialist

Aristea is an enthusiastic and highly skilled Greek teacher who never ceases to explore pathways to teaching and learning.

She gained her Bachelors with distinction in Education, at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

Then, she moved to Sweden in order to undertake an extremely interesting MSc in Outdoor Environmental Education and Outdoor Life, at Linköping University.

Her passion for educational research led her to a second MRes in Social Research, this time in Scotland, at the historic University of Aberdeen.

Having had the great honour to be awarded a scholarship by Onassis Foundation, she pursued her PhD studies in Education, at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

Aristea has worked so far with hundreds of students of all ages, teachers, headteachers, and schools, internationally, in the context of many academic projects.

Her goal is to develop the @Greek.and.Green project to an extent that one could have access to learning Greek online, starting from an absolute beginner’s level to reaching a high academic level of speaking, writing, listening and understanding Greek.