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Dec
Bálint Anna

Digital pedagogy: a new possibility of cooperation

Leaders of the HIERD (Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development) met Lauren Conn and Stacie Kronthal, representatives of Discovery Education at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

Participants began by outlining their achieved outcomes concerning digital content development. Managers of Discovery Education showed interest towards the National Public Education Portal, emphasizing its rich content. The presentations were followed by a discussion on a potential cooperation where content sharing, as well as exercise development and application would be the two principal ways of cooperation. As a next step, the Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development initiates a negotiation about the details of the possible partnership by involving executives responsible for the digital content development.

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