Spotlight on Higher Education Teaching Performance

Date: 16th June 2022, 10.00-17.00 CET
Venue: Novotel Budapest City, (Alkotás út 63-67., 1123) Budapest, HUNGARY - (hybrid format) 


09:00-10:00 Registration and welcome coffee

Welcome speeches Moderated by Márton Beke, Tempus Public Foundation, Hungary

-  Balázs Hankó, Deputy Minister of State for Higher Education, Ministry of Culture and             Innovation, Hungary

- Szabolcs Bokodi, Director of Higher Education,Tempus Public Foundation, Hungary


PROFFORMANCE Partners’ roundtable - Moderated by Márton Beke 

- Alexander Kohler, Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, Austria
- Vlatka Blažević, Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia
- Tereza Neumann-Kotásková, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
- Lasha Margishvili, National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement, Georgia
- Laura Sinóros-Szabó, Ministry of Culture and Innovation, Hungary
- Tatjana Stanković, Foundation Tempus, Serbia

11:15-11:45 Coffee break

Award Ceremony – International Higher Education Teacher Award
Launch of PROFFORMANCE Teaching excellence database

Introduction: Szilvia Besze, Tempus Public Foundation, Hungary
Moderated by Zsófia Fekete, Tempus Public Foundation, Hungary
12:30-13:30 Lunch break


Once upon a time, 6 countries decided to expert round table 

Moderated by Vilmos Vass, Budapest Metropolitan University, Hungary 

> Set the wheels in motion...- PROFFORMANCE overview 
    - Lead expert - Vilmos Vass

> Set the scene: The landscape of HE Teacher performance 
    Benchmarking survey and study reportGünter Wageneder, University of Salzburg,        Austria - László Horváth, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary  

> The PROFFORMANCE 3D Assessment tool
    Innovative methods, main aim – Why 3D?
     1.    Teachers’ roles and tasks - Daliborka LuketicUniversity of Zadar, Croatia
     2.    EHEA priority in teaching and learning - Jan BesedaCentre for Higher                              Education Studies, Czechia
           (Digitalisation, Internationalisation, Inclusion and diversity, Sustainability)
     3.   Aspects of the assessment- (self, peer, student) - Irine DarchiaIvane                                Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia

> PROFFORMANCE testimonials 
    - External review - Ruaidhri NeavynHigher Education Authority, Ireland 

> Student eyes 

   - Jakub Grodecki, European Students' Union

> Presentation of the PROFFORMANCE Assessment tool and platform

   - Szilvia Besze - Márton Beke, Tempus Public Foundation, Hungary 

> Interactive test of the Assessment tool
   -  Moderated by Vilmos Vass 

15:15-15:35 Short break

Parallel Workshops – 2 sections

Appraisal by PROFFORMANCE experts

SECTION A - Best practice



Part 1: Student-centred course design 


Moderated by Zoltán Loboda, Digital

Success Nonprofit Ltd, Hungary


- Emese Boksay Pap (Hungary)

  - Gamification of Academic Reading (of

Political Science Texts)

> EEatUGraz - Paul Baumgartner (Austria)

  - Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 

@ TU Graz - A practical exercise 

designed for students in their first year

> TAMEHISIP - Katalin Eklicsné Lepenye


  - Taking Medical History with Simulated 

Patients in a Student-centred Course

Part 2: Innovative teaching and learning
Moderated by Renata Samo 
and Marina Dikovic, Juraj Dobrila University
of Pula, Croatia

> GCSC - Eithne Knappitsch - Anna Zinenko 

(Austria - Spain)

  - Global Case Study Challenge

> eduARdo in ESP classes - Nóra Barnucz


  - The Use of Augmented Reality in ESP classes

for Law Enforcement

 > Digital Knowledge Trees - Lado Sirdadze


  - Converting Course Content into Digital

Knowledge Trees in order to Teach, Learn  

and Use them in Practice in Everyday Life

> ELEBOC - Radek Cibulka (Czechia)

  - Electronic exercise book of organic


SECTION B - Best practice



Part 1: Assessing the Student's Learning

Moderated by Ida Dringó-Horváth, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Hungary

> PARTERRE - Tamás Zsedrovits (Hungary)

  - Personalized Assessment thRough generaTed Exercises foR pRogramming coursEs

Part 2: Impact and mission with and for the society

Moderated by Barbara Gabriel, 

 University of Aveiro, Portugal

> TBI&HER - Dražen Čular (Croatia)

  - Implementation of Non-Government Organisations (NGO) as Teaching Basis in High Education and Research

> TC - Ulrich Hobusch - Dominik E. Froehlich (Austria)

  - TeachingClinic: Meaningful Engagement Through Service-Learning

> eL-DCforIC - Ljerka Luic (Croatia)

  - e-Learning: Digital Competencies for

Innovation Culture

> SERVEDU - Ljiljana Markovic (Serbia)

  - Service-learning in EFL teachers’ education

> Adria Internship - Vjecislav Bohanek (Croatia)

  - ADRIA Internship programme: broadening University-Business Cooperation

17.00 Farewell drink

Organizers are taking the Coronavirus restrictions and recommendations into consideration, as the meeting is an international event.

Although currently there are no restrictions issued for Hungary, we are constantly monitoring the news and guidance from the relevant official bodies.

Participation at the conference is free but registration is required. The language of the conference is English without interpretation.