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Hungary: experts involved in ECML activities

Coordinators and team members of ECML projects

2012-2015

  • Ildikó Lőrincz, University of Western Hungary, Apáczai Csere János Faculty, Gyor.
    ECML project: team member of the project "Plurilingual and intercultural competences: descriptors and teaching materials" (CARAP/FREPA and NCP) (FREPA National Networks) (2012-2013); workshop (FREPA National Networks) (21-23 November 2012)

  • Gábor Szabó, University of Pécs, Department of English Applied Linguistics, Pécs.
    ECML project: "Constructing and validating language tests linked to the Common European Framework of reference for Languages (CEFR)" (RelEx); network meeting (2012)

2008-2011

  • Katalin Árkossy, Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest (ELTE), German Institute.
    ECML project: team member of the project "Content and Language Integrated Learning through languages other than English – getting started (CLIL-LOTE-START)" (2008-2011)
          
  • Magda Lehmann, University of Pécs, BTK, Department of English Applied Linguistics.
    ECML project: team member of the project "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - level estimation grid for teachers (CEF-ESTIM)" (2008-2009)
     
  • Ildikó Lőrincz, University of Western Hungary, Apáczai Csere János Faculty, Gyor.
    ECML project: team member of the project "A framework of reference for pluralistic approaches" (CARAP) (2008-2011)

  • Maria Matheidesz, EAQUALS Secretariat, Budapest.
    ECML project: team member of the project "Quality training at grassroots level (QualiTraining2)" (2008-2009)
     
  • Gábor Szabó, University of Pécs, Department of English Applied Linguistics.
    ECML projects: team member of the projects "Training in relating language examinations to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (RelEx)" (2009)
    - "Classroom assessment related to the Common European Framework of Reference (ClassRelEx)" (2010-2011)
    - Network meeting "Constructing and validating language tests linked to the Common European Framework of reference for Languages (CEFR)" (RelEx) (2012) 

 

ECML conference, workshop and network meeting participants

2012-2015

  • Ildikó Lőrincz, Professor at the University of Western Hungary, Apáczai Csere János Faculty, Gyor.
    ECML project: "Plurilingual and intercultural competences: descriptors and teaching materials" (FREPA National Networks); network meeting (18-19 December 2013)

  • Enikő Öveges, Budapest.
    ECML project: "Relating language examinations to the common European reference levels of language proficiency: promoting quality assurance in education and facilitating mobility" (RELANG); network meeting (16-17 September 2013)

2008-2011

  • Gábor Boldizsár, Pomáz. 
    ECML projects: National Nominating Authorities; workshop (29-30 June 2010);
    - National Contact Points; workshop (11-12 September 2008) 

  • Ildikó Csépes, Assistant Professor; Debrecen University; Debrecen.
    ECML project: "Training in relating language examinations to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages" (RelEx) (2009); workshop (13-15 May 2009); participant’s workshop report
     
  • Zsuzsa Darabos (e-mail 1, e-mail 2), Lycée Lauder, Budapest.
    ECML project: "The European Language Portfolio in whole-school use" (ELP-WSU); workshop (29-31 October 2008)

  • Beáta Csillag (e-mail 1, e-mail 2), National Educational Library and Museum / Bibliothèque Nationale et Musée de Pédagogie, Budapest.
    ECML projects: National Contact Points; workshop (29-30 June 2010)
    - Workshop (11-12 September 2008) 

  • Ibolya Hock-Englender, Head of Bilingual Highschool, Kozármisleny.
    ECML project: "Curriculum development for Content and Language Integrated Learning" (CLIL-CD) (2008-2010); Workshop (22-23 October 2009); participant's workshop report (pending)
     
  • Judit Kovács, Institution ELTE TÓK, Budapest.
    ECML project: "A framework of reference for pluralistic approaches" (CARAP) (2008-2011); network meeting (30 September-1 October 2010)
     
  • Ildikó Lőrincz, enseignante titulaire de français; Université de Hongrie de l'Ouest, UFR Apáczai Csere János, Gyor.
    ECML projects:
    - "Majority language instruction as a basis for plurilingual education" (MARILLE) (2009-2011); workshop (15-16 December 2009); participant’s workshop report (pending) 
    - "Minority languages, collateral languages and bi-/plurilingual education" (EBP-ICI) (2008-2011) network meeting (18-19 May 2010);
    Workshop (16-18 February 2011); participant's workshop report (pending)

  • Tamás Lőrincz, English Language Teacher, Madách Imre Secondary School, Budapest.
    ECML project: "Developing online teaching skills" (DOTS) (2008-2011); workshop (10-11 March 2011); participant's workshop report (pending)
     
  • Edit Morvai, Goethe-Institut Budapest, Budapest.
    ECML project: "Content-based modern language teaching for young learners" (EPLC) (2008-2011); workshop (5-7 November 2009); participant’s workshop report (pending)
     
  • Gerlinde Paulik, Budakeszi.
    ECML project: "Content-based modern language teaching for young learners" (EPLC) (2008-2011); workshop (5-7 November 2009); participant’s workshop report (pending)
     
  • Veronika Pólay, NYME-BTK Dékáni Hivatal; Westungarische Universität, Philologische Fakultät, Prodekanin für Unterrichtswesen, Szombathely,
    ECML project: “Majority language instruction as basis for plurilingual education” (MARILLE); network meeting (7-8 September 2010)

  • Katalin Sikine Kozma, Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
    ECML project: "Guidelines for university language testing" (GULT) (2008-2011); workshop (26-28 May 2010); participant's workshop report
     
  • Judit Sipos, West Hungarian University, Gyor.
    ECML project: "A framework of reference for pluralistic approaches" (CARAP) (2008-2011); workshop (23-25 February 2011); participant’s workshop report
     
  • Márta Szálka, Mentor teacher, Toldy Ferenc Gimnázium, Budapest.
    ECML project: "Classroom assessment related to the Common European Framework of Reference (ClassRelEx)" (2010-2011); workshop (24-26 November 2010); participant's workshop report (pending)
     
  • Zsófia Turányi, Budapest.
    ECML project: team member of the project "Assessment of young learner literacy linked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (AYLLit)" (2008-2011); workshop (9-10 September 2010); participant’s workshop report