Researcher of the HIERD, Ms. Katalin BANDER travelled to Brussels, on the 12 th May 2014, to participate at the 37 th meeting of the Standing Group on Indicators and Benchmarks.
Our colleague Anna IMRE represented the HIERD at the 2 nd meeting of the ET2020 working group on schools policy on the 29 th and 30 th April 2014, in Brussels.
Junior research analyst Orsolya Ágnes KURUCZ spent a week in Vilnius between the 6 th and 12 th April 2014 to examine early school leaving and prevention measures taken, and identify potential best practices.
Research and development in Hungary, 2019
The project partners – universities, researchers and developers, teachers of secondary schools – work together by the leadership of the Pannon University. Their aim is to contribute to the development of the secondary school students’ learning skills, necessary to successful work in the 21st century.
The Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development organised an Erasmus+ KA2 project workshop conference on the 30th Aug 2018 called ’Student Voice – The bridge to learning’. The conference was held at The Hunfalvy János Bilingual Secondary Vocational School of Economics and Trade of BGSZC.
The third workshop organized for the Hungarian partner schools of the Erasmus+ Student Voice – Bridge to Learning project came to pass on the 28th of June.artner schools of the Erasmus+ Student Voice – Bridge to Learning project came to pass on the 28th of June.
The topic of the upcoming session was the review of the European Framework of Key Competences.
The first workshop organized for the partner schools was held on 7th March 2017 at EKU- HIERD (Eszterházy Károly University Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development) covered the following topic: Student voice and the student-focused learning.
The second Student Voice project meeting was held in Dublin, Ireland on 18-19th January with the participation of the five partner institutions from Ireland, Scotland, Hungary, Slovenia, and The Netherlands. The purpose of the meeting was to prepare evaluation tools at national and transnational level and plan further steps of the project.
Representatives of the Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development (HIERD) Lucia Kákonyi, manager of the Student Voice – The Bridge to Learning project in Hungary, and Gábor Rózsa, IT expert, took part in the first project partnership meeting of the ERASMUS+ Student Voice project which took place in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The international tendencies of education for sustainable development (widely known as ESD) were the topic of the fifth afternoon tea of this year.
Leaders of the HIERD (Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development) met Lauren Conn and Stacie Kronthal, representatives of Discovery Education at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.