On February 6-7, 2015, regional math-letes from the Central and Eastern European Schools Association (CEESA) assembled for the CEESA High School Math Contest. Ninety-one students from twelve CEESA schools competed in the event.
This leadership seminar will develop the capacities of individuals (and organizations) to cohesively respond to the changing needs of students and the changing needs of society.
The American International School of Budapest is hosting a Consortium for CEESA, Danube and European High School Visual Arts teachers.
This three-day workshop will examine how assessment of mathematical concepts and practices is an integrated and dynamic part of the teaching and learning process and how the value of any assessment is only as good as the use of the assessment data. For Grade 8-12 Math Teachers.
This year, The American International School of Budapest is hosting a Consortium for CEESA and Danube area IB Visual Art teachers to share teaching practices, ideas, and resources, particularly related to the new syllabus, and offer the opportunity for professional development and support.