Beata Jarosievitz Dr.
Institution: College professor Ph.D. degree in Education (Educational Research)
Address: Budakeszi ut 4.
Postal Code: 1121
After her graduation she studied 4 years for getting the Dr. Univ. degree in Nuclear Techniques, at INT of Technical University of Budapest in 1996.
The title of her thesis was: Gamma-spectrometry of extended sources for analysing environmental samples.
She also got an MSc degree in Computer Science in 1999 at Roland Eötvös University.
Beside her work she got an MA degree in public education management after completing a post-graduation course at the Technical University of Budapest in 2001.
She takes care of her talented students, and motivates them to participate in the European Schoolnet Projects (EUN), since 2001.
Beata got her PhD degree at Roland Eötvös University of Science Faculty of Philology in 2006. Title of her thesis: Opportunities of Information Technology (ICT) and Multimedia in Education (especially: Physics Education).
Beside her teaching activity and her ICT expert work, she also had the opportunity to coordinate many big projects at national and international levels. She also participated in several international projects launched by EUN (SPICE, SCIENTIX, etc.).
Between 2005 -2015, during 10 years she has been one of the Hungarian coordinators of the one-week teacher training course organized in CERN (CH) every summer.
Beata Jarosievitz Dr. Phd in Education (Educational Research) is college professor at Dennis Gabor College, where she teaches Physics, Electricity, Multimedia and Computation Theory Fundamentals practices for students involved in BSC program.
Beata is also president of the scientific students’ association (TDK) at Dennis Gabor College.
She also teaches ICT for students from the age of 6 to 18, at SEK Budapest International School.
Beata has 111 publications, 21 independent cites, see her list of publications: https://vm.mtmt.hu/www/index.php?AuthorID=10002973#
She has many awards, the last one is : 2015: MOL Master Award
Areas of expertise: higher education, school education, e-learning, hands-on-experiments, BYOD, use of flip classroom method. For more information see: http://sukjaro.eu/JBea/pdf/jb_Europass_2016_English_forweb.pdf