I started my teaching career in 1992 as a substitute at a local primary school for pupils with special needs even before graduating from ELTE University. As a Tempus grantee I had the privilage to study Social Geography at Nottingham Trent University 1991-1992. Between 1993-1994 I taught Key Stage3 and GCSE Geography at Pangbourne College, England. I joined BME International Secondary Grammar School in 1994. The Fulbright exchange program offered me a wonderful year in Hawaii to teach Biology and Geography courses as a „visiting professor” at Windward Community College in 2000-2001. I took the challenge to be the headmaster of a catholic primary school San Filippo Neri between 2005-2016.
I am married with 4 children. Since 2008 I am a member of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. I am a keen table tennis player. I love to experience new cultures, folk music and cuisines. I am especially proud of my Environment Systems and Societies students at the IB Diploma Program scoring significantly higher than the world average in 2019.
I am grateful for the community/my colleagues at the BME ISGS to create a creative and supporting atmosphere that makes my commitment a joy: teaching.
1987-1995 MSc in Biology and Geography ELTE University, Budapest
2002-2004 “Educational Expert in Public School Management” BME
2014 “Training educational experts for pedagogical inspections” Pedagogical and curricular inspections in education (Department of Education)
2014 “Training educational experts for pedagogical qualifications” Qualifying staff members and Portfolio analysis (Department of Education)
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“I can't believe I got all right! For some reason I always did a bad job at geography in school!! 😁 Mr Attila Dudas would be proud right now! 😄”