Department of Music and Singing
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After graduating with an MA degree (excellent) in Music Education and Choral Conducting from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest (Liszt Academy), Katalin Kovács became a scholarship doctoral student at the Early Childhood Education Programme of the Doctoral School of Education, Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology, ELTE. She is currently a lecturer at the Department of Singing and Music, Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education, ELTE TÓK. Her main research interests include the development of singing skills in children aged 6-13 and group voice training for children. In the International Kindergarten Education BA Programme, she teaches the Methodology of Singing and Music.
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Adrienn Dévai joined the University of ELTE TÓK as an Assistant Lecturer in 2007. She teaches various courses at the Department of Music and Singing (ELTE TÓK) in both Hungarian and English. In the International Kindergarten Education BA Programme, I teach the Methodology of Singing and Music. Her four degrees are from ELTE, the Janus Pannonius University of Pécs and the Budapest Music Academy; Adrienn Dévai is qualified in the fields of Teacher of Music (two different types), Teacher of Piano and Teacher of Solfeggio. She has been teaching for 23 years now and really enjoys it! She is completing her doctoral degree at the University of ELTE PPK and writing her dissertation on the historical background of Békéstarhos Music School and its impact upon life-reform. Her other research interests include the Kodály method and many other music-related topics.
Department of Foreign Languages and Literature
Maya J. Lo Bello, PhD
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Maya J. Lo Bello, PhD, is an Adjunct Professor of English Language and Literature at Eötvös Loránd University’s Faculty of Primary and Preschool Education, Budapest, Hungary. In the field of education, her main research interests include intercultural communication and fostering critical language awareness and cultural sensitivity via English Literature. In both English and Hungarian, she has published a range of studies in the subject of periodical studies and the oeuvre of the Hungarian critic, Miksa Fenyő. Her academic and literary translations have appeared internationally. She is currently Technical Editor of the academic e-journal, Hungarian Cultural Studies. In the International Kindergarten BA Programme, she teaches English Language and Communication. Maya Lo Bello is Director of the International BA Programme.
Dr. habil. Judit Kovács
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Dr. Judit Kovács is based at ELTE Faculty of Primary Education as Associate Professor. She gained her Masters at ELTE and at the University of Leeds, U.K. She received her PhD in Applied Linguistics and completed her habilitation in Young Learners’ Education. Her main fields of research are early second language acquisition, early CLIL (content and language integrated learning), and the teacher education essential for these fields. Both her publications and teaching activity are known in Hungary and beyond. In the International Kindergarten Education BA Programme she teaches the Methodology of Native Language Development, I-II, Bilingual Education and Children's Literature.
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Andrea Poros joined Eötvös Loránd University’s Faculty of Primary and Pre School Education (ELTE TÓK) in 2008 as a Lecturer and continued her career here as an Assistant Professor in 2018. She has a BA degree in Primary English and History Teaching (ELTE Teacher Training College), an MA in English Language and Literature Teaching (Janus Pannonius University, Pécs) and an MEd in Primary TESOL Teacher Training, University of Leeds, School of Education. At the moment she is writing her PhD dissertation in Scandinavian Studies (ELTE, Faculty of Arts). Prior to joining ELTE TÓK, she held the post of Assistant Professor in Methodology and Children’s Literature at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Esztergom for 26 years. Andrea Poros has practical experience in pre-school, primary and secondary education. She is also a regular lecturer at the Catholic Pedagogical Institute (Katolikus Pedagógiai Intézet) where she has held workshops since 2008.
Andrea Poros has taught in the ELTE TÓK International Kindergarten Education BA Programme since it was launched. She teaches Children’s Literature and Its Methodology I-III., Phonetics, Pronunciation Development, The Methodology of Bilingual Pre-School Education: Music and The Methodology of Blingual Pre-School Education: Visual Arts courses.
Department of Natural Sciences
Gábor Áron Vitályos
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Gábor Áron Vitályos is the Head of the Department of Natural Sciences and Associate Professor at ELTE’s Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education. He is a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Deputy Secretary of the Hungarian Biology Society, a member of the Anthropology Institute of the Hungarian Biology Society and a member of the European Anthropological Association (EAA). His main research fields include kinanthropometry (the study of the human proportion and body composition of children from different age groups), body composition and somatotyping. He teaches the course in Functional Anatomy for the International Kindergarten Education BA Programme.
Department of Education
Szilvia Golyán, PhD
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Szilvia Golyán holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in Education and a B.A. in Primary Education. These degrees were obtained at Eötvös Loránd University. She taught in public education from 1999 to 2006 and has been teaching in higher education since 2006. Her main research areas include the issues related to the transition from kindergarten to general education; hospital education; the history of preschool education and the history of preschool teacher training. In the International Kindergarten BA Programme, Szilvia Golyán holds courses in Pedagogy of Kindergarten I-II; History of Education; Issues in the History of Education; The Family and the Kindergarten; Improving Professional Skills of Kindergarten Teachers; Kindergarten internship I-V; Comprehensive Field Internship.
Department of Visual Education
Assistant Professor – Visual Education
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The Planning of Visual Skills Development / KIDE12B02
Puppetry and its Methodology / KIDE12B01
Creativity Pictures and Objects / KIDE12B06
Judit Skaliczki is an assistant professor in visual education at the Eötvös Loránd Universtiy which she joined in 2020. She graduated from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics with an MSc in Architecture. She spent a year at the Lyon School of Architecture with MIRA Scholarship. Currently she is pursuing her doctorate in Built Environmental Education at the Doctoral School of Architecture of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
She is also a practising architect and have executed multiple design projects among which were several educational institutions.
At the Visual Education Department she is part of the 3.6.12+ Visual Skills Lab where the current researches seeks to map the spaces of art education and the personal creative spaces.
She is also part of the Bartók Visual Workshop which organizes building workshops for children and university students and expands the toolbox of built environmental education through art.
In 2021 she joind the editorial borad of the InSEA IMAG Magazine as a reviewer.
Dr PATAKY Gabriella PhD
ELTE TÓK 3612+ Department of Visual Education / Affiliated to InSEA
head of the department
Director of Visual Culture Teacher Training Master Programme
InSEA World Councillor for Europe
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Pataky Gabriella is the director of the Art Teacher Master’s Program at ELTE TÓK University, head of Department of Visual Education and working at the Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design in Budapest as well. The aim of her enthusiasm is to continuously renew art education, assist to its adaptation to current professional and social requirements, support the decision-making process in educational matters as well as accumulate and spread knowledge concerning art education and its environment. As one of the IMAG Quartet:: (the group of PrincipalEditors&GraphicDesigner) she is working on InSEA’s (International Society for Education trough Art) most visual journal to share ideas and connect art educators as co-principal editor. She is one of the three elected world councillors representing Europe at InSEA and one of the board members of the European Network for Visual Literacy (ENViL).
Her main research fields are visual culture, visual literacy, alternative methods and contemporary art in visual education, multicultural education, development of plastic skills, biult environment education, visual retoric, design education, development of visual competencies.
She is a founder of the 3.6.12+ Visual Skills Lab, where the research group’s current researches seeks to map the spaces of art education and the personal creative spaces.
Foundational Course in Visual Arts / KIDE12B04
Lecturer - Visual Education
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Creativity Pictures and Objects, Workshop I / KIDE12B05
Aesthetic and Art Studies in Education / KIDE12B03
Viola is a lecturer at the Visual Education Department at ELTE TÓK. She has a diverse international background in various fields of art and design. She graduated with a BDesHons degree in Interaction Design from the Glasgow School of Art, UK, with a semester at the Design and Computation Arts faculty of Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. She gained her Masters degree as an Animation Designer and Artist at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest. She spent a semester at the University of Barcelona, Spain, focusing on painting and fine art.
She is an active member of the international research group InSEA, focusing on art pedagogy. Since 2021, she is a co-editor and graphic designer of InSEA’s visual journal, IMAG, through which she constantly keeps up with current trends and phenomena in the art education scene.
She actively practices in the field of animation.
Her main research field is studio spaces and their development in light of our ever changing environment.
She is also a part of the 3612+ Visual Skills Lab, current researches seek to map the spaces of art education and the personal creative spaces.