International Afternoon Tea, 12th May 2015

Our colleagues take part in various ET2020 Working Groups and they reported on their work: Dr. Márta HUNYA about digital and online learning, Dr. Anna IMRE about school policies preventing early school leaving and Ms. Mónika RÉTI about entrepreneurial skills as part of the focus of the transversal skills working group.
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Reading Levels and Europe's Future

Dr. Attila Nagy is the founding president of the Hungarian Reading Association and researcher of the National Széchényi Library. In 2011-2012, he was a member of the EU High Level Group of Experts on Literacy. His opening speech, given on the 20th April 2015 at the ELINET conference in Budapest can be read below.
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International Afternoon Tea, 19th February 2015

A group of colleagues form the 3rd sub-project (Development of Education Programs for Ecoschools) of the SROP 3.1.1. Program, pedagogical developer Éva NEUMAYER, junior pedagogical developer Szilvia VERÉB and pedagogical developer Erika SALY spent 5 days in November 2014 studying the Norwegian system of education for sustainability.
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Hungary Joins the European Money Week

This year, Hungary has joined in the program of European Money Week for the first time. The initiative aims at promoting financial literacy and raising awareness about financial education in Europe.
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Update on the Introduction of Extended Schools

On the 27th of January, 2015, the Project 4.2.1. of the SROP 3.1.1. Program organised a conference on the changes that are taking place in primary education in Hungary, and their effectiveness. The focus of the presentations was to analyse the afternoon program of extended schools.
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International Afternoon Tea, 27th January 2015

At our very first international afternoon meeting this year, two of our colleagues, Ms. Karolina Molnár and Ms. Andrea Vörös presented about an Irish good practice to increase learning effectiveness in extended schools, and Mr. Márton Bodó shared a good practice of school community service from Marseille, France.
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