Differences in Pedagogical Theory and Practice

ISBN 978-80-89691-44-9

Edited by
Tibor János Karlovitz

International Research Institute sro, Komárno, Slovakia, 2017



Educational Methods in our Changing World, 7-16

Dániel KATONA, Gábor SZŰCS:
Method & Cubic-Geometry - A Sample of a Problem Thread for Discovery Learning of Mathematics, 17-34

The Comparison of PISA Survey Results of Slovakia and Hungary, 35-42

Bálint FODOR:
Free School of Pécs - Educational innovation in Hungary, 43-51

Valentin Cosmin BLANDUL, Adela BRADEA:
A Few Aspects Regarding Cooperation in School, 52-60

Rozalina POPOVA, Ljupco KOSKAROV:
Macedonian Education at the Crossroads between Tradition, Culture and Foreign Experiences, 61-66


Tamás SÁNTA:
Analysis of Registered NEETs' Educational Qualifications, 69-82

Balázs Gyula PÁL:
The Role of Transit Programs for Low-Skilled, 83-92

Eszter NAGY, Ildikó TAKÁCS:
Raising Awareness on Self-Concordant Goals, Coping Better in Hard Times - A Way out of Teacher's Burnout, 93-106

Zsuzsa KOLTAI:
Family Learning Programs in Museums, 107-112


Áron TÓTH, Emma LÓGÓ:
First Experiences with a Gamified Course in the Higher Education System in Hungary, 115-122

Boglárka PATAKI, Emma LÓGÓ:
Gamification in Budapest University of Technology and Economics Education Quality Survey, 123-134

Emma LÓGÓ, Sarolta TÓVÖLGYI, Katalin KAPUSY:
Experience-Based Courses in the Product Management Specialization of the Engineering Management Bachelor Program, 135-142

Emőke NYÉKI:
Feeling or Rational Fact? Trust as an economic factor, 143-150