ELENA Project

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University of Szeged Juhász Gyula Faculty of Education

The faculty aims to become a leading institution in the fields of pre-school, primary school and special teacher education.

University of Szeged Juhász Gyula Faculty of Education

University of Szeged

The University of Szeged is renowned for its rich traditions and high prestige among the Hungarian institutions of higher education. The university’s mission is to offer high quality education at the levels of Bachelor’s, Master’s, doctoral (Ph.D), higher-level vocational and postgraduate specialist training programs.

 

University of Szeged

Junior Achievement Hungary

Junior Achievement Hungary, as a licensed franchisee of Junior Achievement Worldwide, has been running its programs in Hungary since 1993. As the member of Junior Achievement – Young Enterprise Europe, it is one of the NGOs that is strong on both national and EU level. On a national level JA Hungary is the largest provider of entrepreneurship education programs reaching the students in more than 600 primary and secondary schools every year across Hungary.

JA Hungary is about inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. It has a long and extensive experience in providing skills development programs for students. Entrepreneurship education offers a bridge to the world of work, gives young people a real taste of enterprise and teaches them first-hand many of the challenges that they will face over and over again in the real world.

Junior Achievement Hungary

Rogers Foundation for Person-Centred Education

Rogers Foundation for Person-Centred Education was founded in 2005. Its main goal is to introduce the person-centred approach of Carl Rogers to education in order to develop a positive and mentally free environment for learners.
RFP's main field of activity is to maintain the Rogers Academy, which is a successor of the high-school department of the Rogers Person-Centred School operating since 2000. In the Rogers Academy we deal with pupils aged 13-20 who need special attention due to learning or behavioural disorders. We teach inclusively pupils with as autism, hyperactivity, dyslexia, dyscalculia, panic or depression, although most of our pupils are not identified as special needs – they have developed a high level of non-motivation to school. Our pupils undergo an experience-centred educational programme containing drama, board game, social competence building and environmental educational programmes that is how RPF can be directly involved in the piloting and dissemination of this project.

 

Rogers Foundation for Person-Centred Education

People

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