ITStudy has been participating in LS4VET project that is aimed at adopting the Japanese Lesson Study model to the practice of the European VET institutes. The Storyboard developd in this project shows how the process of Lesson Study goes in VET: 



An online seminar for Hungarian reading club leaders took place in the framework of the Read-In-Club project on 4 February 2022. Although 9 people indicated their intention to participate, six people attended the seminar. The programme included the following topics:

- Presentation of the Read-In-Club project and the partnership

- Introduction to the participating reading clubs

- Presentation and practice of the applications that support the work of the Reading Clubs: Zoom, Google Forms, Mentimeter, Canva, Doodle.

The international partner meeting of the Flipped Creative Awareness Teaching - 2019-1-ITO2-KA201-063149 project, previously cancelled due to Covid-19, was successfully made up on 14-15 October by our partner from Ordizia, the Goierri Eskola.
The team of Greek, Cypriot, Slovenian, Croatian and Hungarian nationalities collaborating in the project had already met online since June, but the real project launch and face-to-face meeting took place on 7-8 October in Corfu.
In June, a new large-scale Erasmus + project was launched, in which our company, iTStudy, is also involved.
From all the Laser System operators more than 90% are interested in conducting free of charge training and intensive online laser safety courses provided as the result of “WEB-BASED LASER SAFETY MODULES FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION/TRAINING”, European Union Erasmus+, KA2 - Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices project.
A survey of a total of 131 VET teachers in four countries was conducted by higher education institutions cooperating in the LS4VET project. The aim of the research was to assess the knowledge related to the Lesson Study method in each country - Austria, the Netherlands, Hungary and Malta - its scope and possibilities, and to determine the differences between the vocational training systems of each country.

On 18 February 2021, we held the last event of the Reacti-Vet -Teachers For Reactive And Responsive Vocational Education - project online, on  the Zoom platform. The event was attended by numerous VET leaders, teachers, students, education experts and councils - around 70 people.

Resilience was most often mentioned word at the 3rd European Union Education Summit on 10 December, that focused on education's response to COVID-19 challenge, the future of digital education in Europe, and the new Erasmus Program between 2021-2027.
The coronavirus epidemic is making life difficult for all of us, especially for the elderly people living alone, as they are becoming increasingly isolated from the outside world due to the restrictions. Keeping in touch can be made easier with a computer, a tablet, especially a smartphone, which most older people now possess, but are not fully aware of the potential it offers.
The COVID-19 epidemic particularly endangers aged people, so to keep them safe they are suggested to stay in their homes and not be visited by their family members. But how can we still help them survive this critical period?
Instead of meeting face to face, the project team that is going to collaborate over the next three years to extend the method of lesson study in VET institutions came together online because of the pandemic. The project will create a model that can be implemented by trainers in order to raise the quality of vocational training to a higher level.
Vocational training has been reorganized as from 1st September, so it is becoming increasingly important for prospective workers to enter the labour market equipped with the skills expected by companies. Our ReactiVET project which has reached another important phase after the completion of the teacher training course provides a very important basis for this.
Teachers are aware / feel that a change in learning culture is required. Teaching should focus on practical problems, that can actually happen in real life. Instead of teaching data and facts, higher thinking skills of students has to be improved, like argumentation, problem solving, etc
Until the end of the summer holiday we could only guess whether the new school year would start in schools or online. The issue has only been finally decided for the last days of the holiday: education will be personal, but institutions must ensure maximum protection for students. How? We've found some ideas from different educational institutes ...
How can a teacher working in a vocational school also be a successful project manager? It will be revealed in the next phase of Reacti-VET project, as what has been learned by the teachers during their training course will be put into practice in the autumn.
This summer’s biggest issue for educators and families is that will learning return to the classrooms in September or should they prepare for distance learning.
Divany.hu and Lidl has announced a joint competition for teachers: they are looking for the "Superteacher" of the year. Owing to the fact that in the second half of this school year schools were closed up because of the coronavirus epidemic, the title of “Online Superteacher of the Year” will be awarded this year.
Although summer break has already been fully on, the public is still dealing with the experiences and conclusions that can be drawn from the online school education that was introduced without any preparation in March. Between April 14 and May 7, 2020, the organization Parental Association for the Future of Our Children conducted an online survey on the experience of parents in digital education the interesting conclusions of which we consider important to show.
Training of teachers working in VET in Hungary within the framework of our Reacti-VET - 2018-1-HU01-KA202-047816 Erasmus + project has been completed recently with the participation of a total of 21 teachers who have been certified.
In March, schools switched from the well-known but outdated frontal classroom education to online knowledge transfer. The move under the pressure of necessity has raised a number of problems and shortcomings in the use of applicable tools and collaboration platforms, as it turned out that without the active involvement of parents, distance learning would be rather difficult to implement.
Whether working in the school building, surrounded by students, or online, teachers will always remain teachers and will do their bests to pass on their knowledge to the young generations.

One of the most important measures against Corona virus was the transition of schools to online education. The extremely fast implementation hit not only the families but also the educators themselves in many cases, so at the end of March we created an information platform for them on our own website offering  some effective tools they can use to implement digital education.


We have reached the end of the first phase of our international project Be@cyber Pro: the online training of Hungarian teachers in cybersecurity been successfully completed. The learning material consisting of four modules, practice tests, and module closing assignments, included the following topics: Protecting Digital Devices and Content; Protection of Personal Data and Privacy; Protection of Health, Well-being and the Environment; Career descriptions,cybersecurity career profiles.


Between 24-28th of February a group of 6 Hungarian businesswomen travelled to Matera, Southern Italy, to attend an International Training Programme within  W.E.S.T. - International Entrepreneurs Supporting Tribune Erasmus + KA-2 project 2017-1-TR01-KA204-046321.


On the eve of the 2018 annual Erasmus+ celebration in Hungary with the participation of several hundreds of teachers, headmasters and other educational stakeholders, organised by Tempus Public Foundation, the Hungarian National Agency of the programme, OpenQAsS project by ITStudy Hungary was selected among the best 8 projects awarded.

The OpenQAsS - Open Source Quality Assurance System in Vocational Education - project implemented by iTStudy Hungary was selected to be the one from the best 8 best projects of the year.