COMPUTER and/or HUMAN RIGHTS RELATED TRAININGS/WORSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS
Workshop Presenter, 3-5 October 1997 7th IATEFL-H conference, Budapest
Hands-on training, November 1998 Pedagogical Institution, Zalaegerszeg
Workshop Presenter, 17-18 April 1999 8th Macmillan Conference, Budapest
Workshop Presenter, 8-9 April 2000 9th Macmillan Conference, Budapest
Workshop Presenter, October 1999 BC Resource Centre, Veszprém.
Workshop Presenter, 5 November 1999 Teleki Blanka High School, Székesfehérvár
Workshop Presenter, 6 November 1999 Váci street Primary School, Budapest
Workshop Presenter, 26 August 2000 Project Pedagogy Conference, Veszprém.
Hands-on training, 2 March 2002 The British Council, Budapest
Co-tutor at the International Hornby Trust- British Council Multimedia Summer Course 30 June-12 July, 2002 Esztergom, Hungary
Advisor for the Multimedia Summer Camp, 8-28 July 2002 Baia Mare, Romania
Hands-on intensive training, 11-12 October 2002 Varasd Academic Grammar School, Varasd, Croatia
Project Presentaion 28 November, 2002 the European Commission's Press Room Brussels
(I was lucky enough to be chosen to attend this press conference and represent the Spring Day 2003 project together with a Danish colleague.)
Plenary lecture on the European Schoolnet, 25 April 2003 Multimedia in ELT conference Berzsenyi College, Szombathely
Presentation on a Comenius Project 15 February 2003 EUN conference, Brussels, Belgium
http://www.eun.org/eun.org2/eun/comenius/Comenius_janos.ppt (PowerPoint presentation)
Presentation on Telecollaborative Projects and two other hands on workshops 6 March 2004 Budapest
(This was the first ICT conference held for teachers of foreign languages. Balint Magyar, minister of education, delivered the opening speech. There were 300 participants. I was also a member on the expert panel at the round-table discussion.)
Workshop leader 10-11 September 2004. Krakow (Poland) ICT for Education and Teachers' Professional Development conference
(There were about 100 participants and I delivered four 90-minute workshops on international collaborative project sand have called the attention on some great tools that can be exploited in telecollaborative projects. Three workshop tutors were from abroad: Neil Shaw from the UK, Gavin Dudeney from Spain, and I from Hungary.)
Presentation on Mindmaps at IATEFL-H conference 1-3 October, 2004 Szeged, Hungary
Workshop on using listening materials in the language lab at Zrínyi Általános Iskola, November Nagykanizsa, Hungary
Presentation on good ICT practice at E-help project meeting Toulouse 17-20 February 2005 Toulouse, France
Mid-Year English Language Fellows Conference, Budapest, January 19-22. 2005. (organised by the American Embassy)
Course tutor on Human Rights at the Mudranet summer school (Varasdin, July 2005)
Plenary talk on Digital divide at the AEC-NET annual conference, Beijing, September 25-29. 2005. (organised by ASEF)
Workshop tutor at the ICT conference at the Students' Information Center (Hallgatói Információs Központ) in Budapest, on November 4 and December 10.
Giving a fishbowl lesson together with Skop Gabriel on teaching Human Rights through English at the IATEFL-H conference
- the main theme of the conference was "Teaching and Educating Through English"- Budapest, Fazekas Mihály Grammar School, October 7. 2005.
Kerecseny International Summer Camp 17-23 July 2006, Kerecseny, Hungary
Presentation on the Spring Day in Europe projectand active citizenship at a poster exhibition in commemoration of the EU's 50th birthday at Balatoni Museum organised by the EUROPE DIRECT Balaton Region Info Point. (18 April, 2007)
Presentation on active citizenship in the Hungarian Parliament at the "Together in the European Union in the next 50 years" conference. I will also be a member of the round-table discussion following the presentations. ( 4 May, 2007)
The conference was organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the whole-day forum gathered people from the media, from different NGO's, and from the educational sector. Both teachers and students participated in this great event so as to carry out together a dialogue and discussion on the future of Europe in general and the European values and active citizenship in particular.