Csilla Fuszek from Budapest spoke about the importance of networking.
“We live in networks and if we do not understand the architecture of the networks surrounding us, we do not understand anything.” says Professor Barabási who was the first one to describe the nature of the scale-free network. And even worse, what if the networks around us fall apart, then what happens? Why do we need networking and what are the specific features of educational networks? How ETSN was born and what is its connection to ECHA? These are the questions we try to touch upon in the next lecture.
Csilla Fuszek worked for 15 years in education. From 2000 she has been specializing in the field of gifted and talented education. As a civil servant she worked for several years as a managing director of nationwide talent development programs. She was a lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University from 2008 – 2016. Since 2009 she has been working for the Association of Hungarian Talent Support Organizations on nationwide talent support projects. She is the founding director of the European Talent Centre- Budapest.
For more information, please contact Csilla directly at email@example.com.