An official delegation from Eszterházy University, Eger, Hungary, including the Rector, Dr. Kálmán Liptai has visited University of Jyväskylä in May, 2017. The Hungarian delegation introduced and discussed the Complex Basic Program (aka ‘KOALA’), a project from Eszterházy University for the comprehensive methodological reform of the Hungarian education system. Experience Workshop-Finland’s activities were also intensively discussed during the visit. A special thanks to Ilona Téglási Oláh, who initiated the visit.
Members of Eszterházy University’s delegation have met with several important researchers and partners of University of Jyväskylä, including students of the Kids Inspiring Kids in STEAM project from the Viitaniemi School, teachers of the Jyväskylä’s Christian School, which hosts Experience Workshop’s STEAM Club, the Hungarian Studies program at the University of Jyväskylä’s Department of Music, Art & Culture Studies and researchers from Department of Teacher Education. Finally they have also visited the world’s Northernmost permanent collection of István Orosz’s art, owned by the Faculty of Information Technology at University of Jyväskylä.
Jyväskylä’s Christian School: discussions on the Finnish Core Curriculum, the teacher’s changing role, and more: the children. Hosted by Jukka Sinnemäki.
Hungarian Studies program at the University of Jyväskylä’s Department of Music, Art & Culture Studies. Host: Professor Tuomo Lahdelma.
University of Jyväskylä’s: Department of Teacher Education. Hosts: Professor Jouni Viiri and Markus Hähkiöniemi.
Students of the Kids Inspiring Kids in STEAM project in Viitaniemi s and the Finnish winning team of the TeenTech Competition, UK. Hosted by Merja Sinnemäki and Leena Kuorikoski.
University of Jyväskylä’s Faculty of IT, including the world’s Northernmost permanent collection of István Orosz’s art. Host: Professor Pekka Neittaanmäki.
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