On 18 October, the fourth online workshop for teachers took place in the framework of the Seven Smart Steps project. Zoltán Lukács, professional coordinator (Regionet Foundation), Éva Szi Ferenczi, József Szép, Judit Vépy-Benyhe and Andrea Záborszky participated as coordinators of the thematic curriculum development. "The topic of the fourth
We have launched our Seven Smart Steps project to engage in the renewal of pedagogical culture in response to the ever-changing needs of society. The concept underlying the project aims to make digital pedagogy methodology widely available to the professional community and to develop the necessary competences of teachers. We would be pleased if
The second workshop of the Seven Smart Steps project took place online on 13 September 2021. "The theme of the event was The linear curriculum scenario" Our aim was to learn the basics of content development, and to transfer the technical and methodological knowledge
On 25 August 2021, the first workshop of the adaptation process took place in Eger, organised by the Interregional Forum Association, where the training of Smart Mentors and the curriculum development process started. "In this project, we are implementing a seven-step adaptation process that builds on each other; we
The 7 Smart Steps project has its own website The regularly updated website is available in Hungarian, English, Romanian and Slovak, and presents the latest information and results of the project. "The website is available at https://sevensmartsteps.hu/" We wish you a pleasant browsing!
They will further develop a phone application for teaching mathematics, which was developed in a previous project, to include a parental control application. In addition, they will support the use of the innovative Smart e-Maths methodology in differentiated teaching processes. This is the aim of two recent Erasmus+ projects, 7Smart Steps and Learn Then
The InterRegio Forum Association and its partners (New Opportunity Association, Association for Harghita County, Corvin Mátyás Elementary School) developed an innovative methodology for digital support of differentiated education in the framework of the SMART e-Maths project. A digital support environment and a sample curriculum have been created, which can be followed by pupils along
In parallel with the emergence and spread of the coronavirus, the Harghita County Council organized an online roundtable discussion on the experiences of introducing online education outside the classroom and on how to deal with the challenges in education, in the framework of the XVI Harghita Days, where experts presented the positive aspects of