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Tóth, Peter; Pogatsnik, Monika – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
The task of higher education is twofold: (1) to prepare students to meet the expectations of the labor market; and (2) to create a learning environment and conditions so that as many students can meet the subject requirements as possible, the dropout rate should be the lowest possible. Input and continuous monitoring of students' transversal…
Descriptors: Logical Thinking, Engineering Education, College Students, Educational Environment
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Tary, Blanka – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
The aim of the present study is to identify teachers' reading strategy use in L1 (mother tongue) and L2 (foreign language), and also to examine whether background variables such as gender, qualification, teaching experience, platform of teaching, reading habits, majors, L2 level and the number of L2s known make a difference in teachers' reading…
Descriptors: Reading Strategies, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Reading Habits
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Shaygani, Fatemeh; Kovács, Karolina Eszter – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
The role of the parents is crucial in the children's effective functioning, having a long-term effect on the physical, mental and social health of the individuals. Sense of coherence is one of the most important elements of mental health, having a significant effect on the various aspects of life. So do parental goal emphasis by setting the main…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Anxiety Disorders, Parents, Attitudes
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Sabzalieva, Emma; Roser, Jaime; Mutize, Takudzwa – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
Self-regulation in the governance of higher education systems is often assumed to improve institutional performance, accountability, and responsiveness. Although studies of higher education governance have addressed the extent of self-regulation across national systems, there has been less investigation of the links between self-regulation and…
Descriptors: Self Management, Governance, Higher Education, Educational Quality
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Yembergenova, Danagul – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
New Public Management (NPM)-inspired higher education (HE) governance has become increasingly topical in recent years. However, while existing research provides an overall understanding of relevant changes, it does not offer a complete analysis of complex governance and falls prey to deterministic and relatively narrow ideological impositions.…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Governance, Educational Change, Administrative Organization
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Thant Sin, Khin Khin – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
This study investigates teacher learning and professional development in school-university partnership in Myanmar. This study explores teacher learning and professional development through engaging in a school-university partnership through mentoring activity. Research studies have shown mentoring can improve teachers' learning and professional…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Faculty Development, College School Cooperation
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Keczer, Gabriella – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
This paper is to analyze the 2007 reform of the higher education system in Portugal (RJIES), which ambitioned fundamental changes in the governance of universities, the option given to higher education institutions (HEIs) to be transformed into public foundations being only one element of the reform. Based on desk research, the key elements of the…
Descriptors: Universities, Governance, Educational Change, Administrative Organization
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Zsatku, Bettina; Kovats, Gergely – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
Several European countries have made it possible for public universities to become foundation universities. The transformation has also involved a change in their governance model with external actors taking important decision-making positions. We believe that these changes also imply a transformation of the organisational culture of the said…
Descriptors: Governance, Organizational Change, Cross Cultural Studies, Foreign Countries
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Subandowo, Dedy – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
The language features of the second language (L2) English academic texts written by Indonesian graduate students enrolled in Hungarian higher education are employed in the present study. The study focuses on the level of abstraction and informational density in student assignments in particular. Seven high-stakes essays were collected from seven…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Second Language Learning, English (Second Language)
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Kevisas, Magnus Tomas; Brazinskaite, Ausra – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
As the role that publicly owned and private think tanks play in evidence-based governance grows, several parameters that have a bearing on the agenda, schedule and timetable of the think tanks have already been studied. Here we look at the interplay between the funding model (public vs. private) and the analysis intention (the temporal outlook;…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Governance, Educational Finance, Educational Policy
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Pereszlenyi, Anna – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
Preparing English as a foreign language (EFL) students for final exams and language exams has become more and more significant in secondary education. However, those students who continue their studies as English majors have to live up to new expectations and rise to different challenges such as reading and discussing literary texts written in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Freshmen, Majors (Students), Reading Habits
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Hera, Gabor – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
This paper aims to detect the motivations, structures, and conditions that both promote and hinder commitment and buy-in regarding the implementation of restorative practices in schools. In addition, the components that contribute to the long-term sustainability of the restorative idea in school settings are also identified. The article summarizes…
Descriptors: Restorative Practices, Faculty Development, Middle Schools, High Schools
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Marini, Giulio – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
The paper investigates the increasing number of international co-authored publications, comparing countries that accessed the European Union (EU) in 2004 (EU04) against other Central-Eastern European Countries (othEast-ERA), adopting a scientometric approach. This comparison looks at whether to be part of the EU is different from being part of the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Authors, Writing for Publication, Bibliometrics
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Mamad, Abderrahim – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
Feedback literacy in higher education has come as a reaction to the ineffective focus on teacher's delivery of feedback and its passive reception by students rather than on students' active participation in receiving feedback and constructing it (Nicol & Macfarlane-dick, 2006; Nicol, 2019). Therefore, the aim of this theoretical paper is to…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Literacy, Higher Education, Undergraduate Students
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Kartal, Ayça; Güven Demir, Elif – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
This case study compared preservice primary school teachers' and primary school teachers' experiences with multi-grade teaching in the 2018--2019 academic year. The sample consisted of 17 fourth-year students in the department of primary school teaching education of a public university and 14 multigrade teachers from 12 schools in Turkey. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Multigraded Classes, Preservice Teachers, Elementary School Teachers
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