Education: A Golden Age

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József Korándi

Coordinator of Mathematics Education for National Curriculum of Hungary in Mathematics, 2004-
Part time lecturer of Mathematics Department of Department of Computer Science and Information at Budapest University of Technology and Economics,
2002-
Senior lecturer of Mathematics Department of Teacher Training at Eotvos University of Budapest, 1987-
Part time lecturer of Mathematics Department of Teacher Training at Eotvos University, Budapest ,1983-1986
Part time lecturer at Teacher Training Institute, 1982-1985
Mathematics teacher at secondary school level, 1984
Mathematics teacher at middle school level, 1979-1980; 1981-1982
Mathematics teacher at secondary level for skilled workers, 1980-1981
Education:
PhD course, University of Debrecen, 1999-
MSc in mathematics from University of Debrecen, 1986
BSc in mathematics from Eotvos Lorand University, 1979
BSc in physics from Eotvos Lorand University, 1979
Professional activity:
Several lectures, lessons and special courses for different age groups
Taking part in a TEMPUS project at our department, 1993-1994
Publishing and press work experience (1987-)
Reporter of department of education of the Hungarian State Radio (1979-1986)
Taking part in international conferences on mathematics education
Publications:
Handbook for teachers of middle schools, year 5, 2004 (in Hungarian)
Mathematics textbook for middle schools, year 5, 2004 (in Hungarian)
Algebra and number theory textbook for students in teacher training, 1996 (in Hungarian)
Abstract algebra textbook for students in teacher training, 1996 (in Hungarian)
Covering problems on the chess board, Matematikatanár-képzés, matematikatanár-továbbképzés (a journal on teacher training), 1996 (in Hungarian)
The role of the turtle on mathematics lessons, Matematikatanár-képzés, matematikatanár-továbbképzés (a journal on teacher training), 1994 (in
Hungarian)
Paradoxes, Tanárképzés és tudomány (scientific journal of the teacher training faculty), 1992, 8 (in Hungarian)
Non-commutative fields with rational centre, Tanárképzés és tudomány (scientific journal of the teacher training faculty), 1988, 4 (in Hungarian)

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