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Boutiuc-Kaiser, Alina – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
Thirty years have passed since Germany ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and is now on the verge of incorporating it into its Basic Law. This article takes a closer look at recent developments in strengthening children's rights in Germany, focusing on vulnerable children and youth, such as members of the Romani…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Children, Childrens Rights, International Law
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Fekete, Anikó; Fehérvári, Anikó; Bodnár, Gábor – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
During the research entitled "Teaching Creative Music," the focus is on getting to know creative music, which is becoming more and more widespread in Hungary, however using it, but still takes up little space in our music education, and its impact in high school and university environments is limited. The Kodaly Concept contains a number…
Descriptors: Seminars, Creativity, Music Activities, Music Education
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Óhidy, Andrea; Riddell, Sheila; Boutiuc-Kaiser, Alina – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) recently had its 30th anniversary. Emerging from the United Nations General Assembly in 1989, it has since become the most ratified international human rights treaty ever. Most European countries ratified it and are thus obliged to ensure the implementation of children's rights in practice.…
Descriptors: Childrens Rights, Access to Education, Civil Rights, Minority Groups
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Polónyi, István; Kozma, Tamás – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
The authors analyze the development of the Hungarian higher education system after the political transition of 1989/90. Higher education in Hungary as well as in all post-socialist countries has made a special path. It followed the development of higher education in other parts of Europe, though in a delayed and transformed, not infrequently…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Educational Development, Social Systems
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Szabó, Csilla Marianna; Maczó, Edit Csikósné – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
Secondary school students are the members of gen Z, while their teachers mostly belong to gen X. Due to multitasking in virtual space, dotcom kids' attention, work memory, and brain activity are changing. Their vision of the future, attitude, and priorities are entirely different from those of earlier generations. The children of gen Z question…
Descriptors: Age Groups, Generational Differences, Secondary School Students, Student Attitudes
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Riddell, Sheila – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
The Scottish Government has a strong commitment to strengthening children's human rights, with the aim of making Scotland 'the best place to grow up and bring up children'. The Education (Scotland) Act 2016 introduced a raft of measures to boost the rights of children with additional support needs (ASN). The programme for government in Scotland,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Childrens Rights, Children, Treaties
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Stamenkovska, Tatjana; Llerena, Carlos Lenin Alvarez; János, Gordon Gyori – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
In today's globalized, multicultural and multilingual world, diverse social processes and macrocontextual factors are influencing people's motivation to learn a new language. According to OECD, the students' mobility to study abroad has increased more than two times during the past 2 decades, which plays a significant role in the world's future…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Foreign Students, Hungarian, Foreign Countries
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Levínská, Markéta; Bittnerová, Dana – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
This paper addresses the current educational rights of the Roma community (in the Czech Republic). The aim of the paper is to present the educational system, its advantages and disadvantages and the ways in which the legal system supports educational rights. The second part of the paper focuses on the exercising and negotiation of rights in the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Migrants, Population Groups, Travel
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Dung, Do Thi; Zsolnai, Aniko – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
In the last two decades more and more studies have emphasized the central role of teachers' social and emotional competence in their teaching performance. In spite of this, there are not enough programs focused on developing teachers' social and emotional competence that are integrated into teacher education. This is particularly true in Vietnam…
Descriptors: Teacher Competencies, Social Emotional Learning, Teacher Education, Foreign Countries
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Cognard, Gaëtan – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
This article focuses on article 28 (right to education), article 29 (goals of education) and article 30 (children from minority or indigenous groups) of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) and their implementation in the several national policies of Western Europe, especially the UK and Ireland, and to a lesser extent,…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Student Rights, Minority Group Students, Indigenous Populations
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Andrea, Toth – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
Anxiety has commonly been regarded as one of the most significant affective obstacles in language learning achievement, and has been the subject matter of many second language researches (MacIntyre & Gregersen, 2012; Huang, 2012; Hewitt & Stefenson, 2011; Riasati, 2011; Horwitz, 2001). The primary purpose of the present study is to explore…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Second Language Learning, Academic Achievement, Foreign Countries
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Taher, Saleh Sanaa – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
Education is the proven guarantor of gender equality and sustainable development. Empirical evidence from previous studies in European countries (Favara, 2012; Geerdink & Dekkers, 2011; OECD, 2009) shows that women are incompletely represented in many areas of technical and scientific education. This study examined the impact of gender…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sex Stereotypes, Gender Bias, Institutional Characteristics
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Papp, David; Gyori, Krisztina; Kovacs, Karolina Eszter; Csukonyi, Csilla – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
The pandemic caused a new digital scheme of work to be implemented in higher educational institutes to avoid physical contact, which is referred to as emergency remote teaching in the literature (Hodges, Moore, Lockee, Trust, & Bond, 2020). The inevitable consequence of emergency remote teaching (later on ERT) was that the students' inter-and…
Descriptors: Video Games, Educational Games, Instructional Effectiveness, Higher Education
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Fischer-Dardai, Agnes; Kaposi, Jozsef – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2022
Our study seeks to outline the defining trends and phenomena of Hungarian public education and teacher training -- with a focus on Hungarian history teaching -- between 1990 and 2020. The authors were, on various levels and to various degrees, participants, and at times influential actors, in the processes presented in this study. From this, and…
Descriptors: Educational Trends, Educational Change, History Instruction, Foreign Countries
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Sebestyen, Edmond – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2021
Data-driven decision-making (DDDM) has been playing an increasing role in contemporary teaching, since it includes systematic collection, analysis, and application of data to improve students' educational performance. However, little is known about the affective factors that influence this data-based practice. Thus, the purpose of this study was…
Descriptors: Data Use, Decision Making, Psychological Patterns, Affective Behavior
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