The Institute of Human Sciences of András Pető Faculty of Semmelweis University organised its annual Hári Mária Symposium on the 7th of October in the Villányi street campus.
Dr. Róbert Mascher, head of the Institute of Human Sciences remebered Mária Hári as an inspirational and thorough leader who organised everything András Pető invented into the system we call conductive education today. His opening speech was supported with a short-memorial video of Hári.
After the welcome speech the programme continued with the scientific presentations of colleagues of the institute.
Dr. János Lengyel described the different connections between Russia and Mária Hári while Helga Hollósy presented the contents of the letters of András Pető and Mária Hári written in French.
Dr. Éva Valentné Albert took the floor and spoke about the possible implementation of a successfull international project. The project focuses on the involvment of students in research history. Eszter Pázmándi presented about the importance of Movement related Metacognition while Dr. Henriett Pintér described the renewal of study- and pedagogy methodology in conductive education between 2010 and 2022.
At the end of the event the participants placed the flowers of remembrance on the plaque of Mária Hári.