Date

autumn 2020

Venue

1034 Budapest, Bécsi út 96/b.
Hall F.09

STEM Ecosystem

The STEM Ecosystem fuses and integrates all STEM-related projects that deliver education, knowledge and learning in a multidisciplinary and horizontal way. The ecosystem includes, among others, primary, secondary and tertiary education institutions, libraries, museums, science education programs, after-school and summer programs, and informal experiences that together provide a rich choice for young people.

Every element of the STEM Learning Ecosystem plays an important role in children's STEM focus learning and is able to create and maintain their commitment and knowledgeability in the STEM field, across disciplines, from pre-kindergarten to higher education.

The cornerstones of the STEM Ecosystem are cross-sectoral collaborations, creative and accessible STEM learning environment, qualified educators, mentors and ensuring STEM careers for young people.

Program

10.00

Opening

Dr. Horváth, Zita, Deputy State Secretary, Ministry for Innovation and Technology Prof. Dr. Kovács, Levente, Rector Óbuda University

10.30

Plenary

Dr. Sinóros-Szabó, Laura, Head of department, Higher Education Institutional Management and Finance Department, Ministry for Innovation and Technology

„Sectoral Opportunities for Higher Education STEM Career Guidance - Present and Future”

10.45

Presentation

Kocsis, Ferenc, Consultant, Expanzió Humán Tanácsadó Kft.

STEM Reports

11.00

Presentation

Felde, Imre/Kersánszki, Tamás

STEM Programs at Óbuda University

11.15

Coffee Break
 

11.30

Presentation

Barta, József, Director

STEM Programs in Public Education

11.45

Presentation

Ábrahám, László

STEM Cooperation – As Seen from a Foundation

12.00

Panel
Maybe it shouldn’t be...

12.45-13.55

Lunch Break
Section II. Chair: Podruzsik, Szilárd

14.00

Előadás

Geert Asselberg (NL)

EU STEM Coalition

14.20

Előadás

t.b.a. (IL)

STEM Learning Ecosystem

14.40

Előadás

Jan C. Lundell (FI)

LUMA Network Finnland

15.00

Előadás

Mikkel Bohm (DK)

Astra Network Denmark

In the afternoon section the presentation language is English, interpreting is not available.

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