SCIENCE AND ARTS

Utolsó módosítás: 2017. március 08.

PROJECTS:

COMENIUS COMMUNICATION RESEARCH TEAM (CKK)
Aims of the CKK Research Team are:
to follow the viewpoint and practice of Comenius, and to continue traditions of the Sárospatak teacher training in order to reach updated pedagogy with enhancing communication competencies. The research team would like to accomplish this aim with the help of the Comenius Communication Programme.
The Programme, while relying on similar previous initiatives from Zsolnay-method to cooperative techniques, offers possibilities to improve as a whole the complex and different personalities of small children and young people as well. It is the deep belief of the team members that human communication, which interweaves our lives, gives the frame and tool-kit for our human satisfactory (or dissatisfactory) lifestyle. Having it worked un/successfully gives significant additions to the person's failure or success. If pedagogy recognises this phenomenon, it can be applied as an educational and pedagogical frame. Members of the team work on this aim.
Neither the concept nor the depth of the so-called communication competence has been restricted to only verbal utterances by members of the team. It means that they involve language, communication, and visual communication in the concept and see its strong connections with digital competence.
Organisational Frame: the research team was founded at the former Comenius Faculty of Eszterházy Károly College and is still there. Since 1st July 2016, it has been working within the Sárospatak Comenius Campus of EKE.
Target group: the whole spectrum of pedagogy from crèche and nursery, through primary and secondary educational phases, to higher education. Educating teachers is highly stressed.
Founding date: January 2015.
Founding members: Éva Finta, Katalin Kiss-Gombos, Péter Nyíri, Kornélia Remeczki-Toma, Zsuzsa Sándor, Zsuzsa Varga-Novákovits, Gyula Varga

THE INSTITUTES' PARTICIPATION IN DIFFERENT RESEARCH PROGRAMMES
1. Methodological Tender of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Visual Modules of Moholy-Nagy: spreading 21. century visual language [2016-2020]
Leading Institute of research: Eötvös Loránd University; participants are the Eszterházy Károly University's two institutions.
Sándor Zsuzsa (PhD), member of the Institute of Humanities, was the creator of the 'visual communication' module's pedagogical concept and is the coordinator of it.
Participants in Research:
a, Ferenc Rákóczi II. Primary School, Sárospatak – practical internship venue of the Campus (Mrs Dávid-Géczi Mária and Mrs Sóstói primary school teachers; two classes - experiment),
b, St. Elisabeth Catholic Primary School, Sárospatak (Mrs Berencsy primary school and drawing teacher, two classes - control),
c, Elisabeth Sánta Primary School, Tiszakarád (Mrs Ladomérszky-Vendriczky Zsuzsanna primary school teacher, one class – experiment; Mrs Lukács-Hankóczi Katalin, one class - control).

2. Introduction of a complex basic programme to public education (KOALA) [2016-2019]
Leading institute of research: Eszterházy Károly University
Institute of Humanities' Members take part in work-teams of some programmes:
Dr Judit Kelemen – in "Art-based School Improving Method" creation, music and singing
Dr Zsuzsa Sándor – in "Art-based School Improving Method" creation, visual culture
 

ARTISTIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE INSTITUTE'S ACADEMIC STAFF
Some people from our academic staff continue artistic activities. Colleagues from the field of visual culture are usually exhibiting artists. Other members from the field of music and singing perform on musical instruments (such as the piano), deal with choir music or conduct. Among our Literature teachers, we can find puppeteers and a poet as well.

ÉVA FINTA assistant lecturer, poet
Website: http://www.fintaeva.extra.hu/
Awards:
1. Mihály Munkácsy Lifetime Achievement Award (2014, Zakarpattia)
2. Together's Award for Excellence (2012, Zakarpattia)
3. Fellowship of MHB Artistic Fund (1992)
4. Drama competition of the Hungarian Radio, first prize (1991)


DR. LENKEY-TÓTH PÉTER (DLA) senior lecturer, painter

Website: lenkeytoth.hu
Awards:
Mazsaroff-award Report Exhibition, Gallery of Miskolc, from 20. January 2017 – 19. March 2017.



Hyper Real, Collegium Hungaricum Rome, Rome, 12. September 2016 – 10. October 2016. Photos: Klára Várhelyi


NordArt2016
, Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Büdelsdorf, Germany, 4. June, 2016 – 21. October, 2016. Photos: Lisa Busch


DR. ZSUZSA SÁNDOR (PhD) assistant professor, painter

Compositions at the XIII. Zemplén Summer Exhibition, Sárospatak, 25. June 2016 – 07. August. Photos: Gábor Csordás


Connections – chamber exhibition, Miskolc, 16. February 2015 – 12. March.
Photos: Gertrúd Goda (Invitation card was created by the use of István Balogh's photo)


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PARTNERS:

MUSEUM OF THE HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE, SZÉPHALOM

https://pim.hu/hu/nyelvmuzeum
EKESCC contact person: Dr. Kornélia Toma

 

CULTURAL CENTRE OF SÁROSPATAK

http://www.amuvelodeshaza.hu/
EKESCC contact person: Dr. Éva Podlovics

 

RÁKÓCZI MUSEUM OF THE HUNGARIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM, SÁROSPATAK

http://www.rakoczimuzeum.hu/index.php/hu/
EKESCC contact person: Dr. Nikoletta Kökényesi

 

SÁROSPATAK ART GALLERY

http://www.patakikeptar.hu/
EKESCC contact person: Dr. Zsuzsanna Sándor


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