Saturday, 22 October 2016

My Marie Curie project report summary is published

I spent two fantastic years with working on my Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship project Finding own words: in the search of non-authoritative education in Hungary between April 2014 and March 2016. The project report got accepted, and the report summary is now published on the website of the European Commission.

The grant brought me to several places and made me more mobile than ever. Locations marked on the map: Finland (Jyväskylä [marked with yellow], Oulu, Turku, Helsinki, Tampere, Vaasa, Joensuu); Hungary (Budapest, Szeged); Norway (Tromsø, Oslo); Estonia (Tallinn); UK (Leeds, Loughborough); Slovakia (Bratislava, Nitra); Austria (Vienna); US (Berkeley, Cal) and Canada (Calgary)

Sunday, 9 October 2016

Opening Learning Environment: the school of the future

"We invite you to explore the new premises of Valteri Centre for Learning and Consulting, Onerva which manifests how teachers, students and architects created the school of the future which makes education accessible for all" – this was the invitation to a program I co-organized at the science popularization event Researchers' Night on 30 September. 

The logo of Researchers' Night (in Finnish: Tutkijoiden yö; in Swedish: Forskarnatten)