Angela Ioannou has been working as a history teacher for the past 10 years and also serves as the head of the humanities department at the Mediterranean High School. The philosophy that guides her teaching is centered on contemporary history and its utility as a vehicle for gender equality, peace and the alleviation of social and national conflict.
She is highly active in the area of extracurricular activities namely as a Director for the Model United Nations program in her school, a co-Coordinator of several Erasmus/ Comenius programs and a Supervisor and Award Leader for the Duke of Edinburgh Program.
She holds a BA in History and Archaeology from the National and Kapodistrian University in Athens and a MSc in the History of International Relations from the London School of Economics.
Currently she is a PhD candidate at the University of Cyprus in the field of Comparative Education where she studies the teaching of the history of Cyprus.
Her academic interests include the field of history education, history and the issue of identity, oral histories, and the contemporary history of Cyprus among others.