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Programs and Events







 
- Summer Institute in Hungary
- Ohio Teachers' Workshop
- Upcoming Events

Summer Institute in Hungary

The Summer Institute in Szeged, Hungary was the opening event of the pilot year of the cooperation in August 1999. The ten-day educational program focused on the educators first, equipping them with democratic teaching methods and volunteer involvement training. 32 participating teachers from Ukraine and Hungary also had the unique chance to share the cultural and historical heritage of their countries with other nationalities in the group.

The Summer Institute in Hungary was a great start. Building personal relationships among the teachers was crucial for the future success of the educational exchange project. Ukrainian and Hungarian participants were excellent Ambassadors of their country. Their knowledge, interest and commitment impressed everyone involved in the program.

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Ohio Teachers' Workshop

The Ohio Teachers’ Workshop, hosted by Lourdes College in Sylvania, Ohio on November 2, 1999, has been the second event of the Institute. Participating US instructors Drs. Patricia Kubow, Mark Kinney, and Andrew Timothy were joined at this event by Edina Szöllösi, Professor from Juhász Gyula Teachers Training College in Szeged, regional coordinator for Hungary.

Workshop participants discussed the goals and methods of the educational exchange and shared their successes and concerns regarding the first months of the cooperation. They also agreed on key project areas, as well as on regular communication with their partners in both countries.

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Upcoming Events

Ohio Teachers' Workshop, Evaluation and Recognition will be on Saturday, May 20, 2000 at 10:00 a.m. at the Birmingham Cultural Center at 203 Paine Ave (East Toledo). All participants, sponsors, supporters and friends are invited to the presentation.

The results of the Ohio schools cooperation will be presented on August 20, 2000 at the Birmingham Ethnic Festival. School presentation at community events are also planned in Hungary and Ukraine.

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