Ethics, Human and Social Studies – English Language and Literature Joint Major Degree, University of Pannonia, Veszprém
CELTA, University of Cambridge Regional College, UK
Group art therapist, MMSZKE (Hungarian Socio and Art Therapy Association)
Ágota started her career working for the International Mediawave Film and Music Festival where she contributed to organising several intercultural projects and events. In 2008, during her university studies, Ágota began teaching English in a language school in Győr and then began working in an International Kindergarten in Budapest teaching 3-5 year olds. Part of Agota’s education was in Queensland, Australia and the UK where she thoroughly enjoyed getting to know different cultures.
Ágota was very excited to join NAE in August 2017.
Ágota is passionate about education as she sees wisdom and endless possibilities in every child. She is committed to the ideals of incorporating ethics and art therapy methods in teaching. Therapeutic recreation is a key approach for her in the classroom. She wants to help her students to be open and stay curious about the world so they can grow and flourish at their own pace and in their own way.