Administration

Erudito.lt įkurėjas - Nerijus Pačėsa

Founder and Head of Erudito licėjus

Prof. Dr. Nerijus Pačėsa

Under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Nerijus Pačėsa, the ISM University has become an indisputable standard of higher education and the pursuit of gifted graduates. During this period, the ISM University Community began to focus on qualitative change in secondary education – initiated and successfully implemented education programs “Students’ University” and “Teachers’ University”. The Master’s Program for Educational Personnel, Leadership in Education, which turned to be especially successful, was started under Nerijus Pačėsa leadership. All these initiatives were influenced by Prof. Dr. Nerijus Pačėsa conviction that the role of school in forming a sustainable society is the most important, and teachers must be strong moral authorities and constantly developing professionals.

The idea of ​​the Erudito licėjus has been contemplated and matured for several years, with the aim of creating a school that reveals and shapes the key competences, necessary for students’ future happiness and success, surrounded by inspirational people and a joyful environment, where passion for learning and the highest achievements can flourish.

Rokas Balčiūnas - Erudito licėjus

Deputy Director of Education

Rokas Balčiūnas

Deputy Director of Education. A graduate of KTU Gymnasium, regular winner for national school competitions, he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the Kaunas University of Technology in 2008 and a Master’s degree in Chemistry in 2010. As a student, he worked at the Institute of Physical Electronics at KTU, contributing to the development of diamond-like coatings and an innovative medical device. In 2011, Rokas completed his teaching qualification and has been a teacher of physics, mathematics, technology, IT since, and runs children’s’ camps during the school breaks. Interested in philosophy, psychology, physiology and wellness, Rokas enjoys hiking, holds a footprint specialist diploma and a black Aikido belt.

Rokas believes that comprehensive education is the way to success in the 21st-century world.

Laima Pačėsienė

Deputy Director of General Affairs

Laima Pačesienė

Deputy Director for General Affairs. Graduated from German philology studies at Vilnius University and earned a Master’s degree in English. Later, at Vytautas Magnus University, she acquired a Master of Business Administration degree. Laima is a creative person who is interested in design, art, music, design solutions that create an attractive and comfortable learning environment. Laima Pačėsienė seeks to ensure that the aesthetics of the classes and other spaces would meet the needs of each child. The environment in which students spend most of their day is very important in shaping a personality. It is important for students to feel good while studying, relaxing, as well as engaging in activities after lessons.

Laima thinks that all children are unique.

Kristina Celiešiūtė

Deputy Director for Informal Education, Teacher of Economics and Business

Kristina Celiešiūtė

Deputy Director for Informal Education, Teacher of Economics and Business, started her pedagogical career in 2011. New challenges arising from the reform of education fostered her interest in entrepreneurship education in which she has been involved up to now. In 2006 she acquired Master’s degree in education science at Vytautas Magnus University, since then she has mainly been engaged in formal and informal schoolchildren education, particularly in business areas, as well as in international and local project activities.

Business concept has changed and currently we perceive it not only as an activity focused on commercial benefits but also as a personal growth of an individual, his capability to work in a team, being able to find appropriate arguments and express a flexible reaction towards changing circumstances and situations. School is an environment where children discover themselves, strengthen their abilities and gifts. It is a starting point where an independent life of a young person begins. Consequently, we, teachers, must encourage children to find and recognize themselves, their uniqueness and strengths at the same time educating their competences.

Kristina’s motto – each child is both unique and gifted.

Julie Ly Chu

Manager of International programs

Julie Ly Chu

Julie Ly Chu, a visual thinking as an after-school activity teacher, developed her professional skills in various surroundings; Taiwan, where she came from, Thailand, where she studied at a variety of international schools and the United Kingdom, where she completed her higher education. At the University of Bristol, having written a work on social exclusion and human trafficking, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in sociology. Julie did her master’s degree in school counselling. She graduated from the University of Oxford, specializing in the international education, student welfare and child-oriented education. Julie has an experience in minority care, teaching students with special needs, rehabilitation and pedagogical research in non-governmental organizations around the world.

Pedagogical motto – education is what remains after forgetting what has been learned at school.

Aistė Simaškaitė

Communication coordinator

Aistė Simaškaitė

Erudito Licejus communication representative. Aistė graduated from Vytautas Magnus university, she has got politics and public relations master’s degree. She is a positive and creative person, interested in public relations and their influence on the modern constantly changing society. She thinks that if we want to present our country, its culture and recent events, we must do it in an attractive and interesting way. Active participation in the project work of non-governmental institutions made that understanding only stronger. Social networks are a perfect tool to make communication more interesting and available. Aistė believes that innovative, informative communication of the organization helps to create warm relationship, which brings good results.

Aistė thinks that effective communication is an effective way to reach the goals and bring success.

Rūta Žiaunienė

Psychologist

Rūta Žiaunienė

Rūta Žiaunienė – psychologist. She became interested in Psychology when she was learning at school. Ruta graduated from Vytautas Magnus University where she was awarded a Bachelor of Psychology Degree. Later she was awarded Masters Degree in Health Psychology. Ruta was constantly looking for new opportunities and in 2016 got a Neurolinguistic Programming Practitioner Certificate in International Coach &Trainer Association. 6 years she arranges preventive camps for teenagers together with Lithuanian Health Psychologists.

Rūta thinks that environment and people the child meets become an example for him. Our aim is to be the best example.