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Development of Walking and Self-sufficiency Ability Related to Nutrition among People with Down Syndrome

szolgáltatások. Irányelvek és protokoll tervezete. Szociális és gyermekvédelmi szabályozók. Retrieved from www.hfk.hu/docs/070327/fogy.pdf [30.11.2014]. Figler M. (2009). Ehezes es elhizas a XXI. szazad kuszoben. LAM Lege Artis Medicinae, 19 (3), 174-176. Gollesz, V. (1963). Retardation of somatic development in Down’s disease (mongolism). Acta Morphologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, (12), 85-102. Halmy L. (1999). Az elhizas gyakorlati kerdesei. Hippocrates, 1 (3), 130-134. Harjanne Brantmuller E., Nagy I

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Creative Workshop as a Form of Contemporary Art and a Space for Subjective Development1

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The article presents the original concept of the Author's creative workshop which is treated as an art form and the method of education. It contains a presentation of the structure of the original workshop developed by the Author in the context of multi-layered relations occurring in the interconnected areas of art and education leading to subjective development.

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Intercultural Education as an Imperative of Social Development

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The imperative need of a social coexistence among different groups of people is the implementation of the intercultural education. In these circumstances, school is the most important place and factor for pupils and students as future citizens to take the first knowledge-based on society, life and coexistence in a given country. On the other hand, all social-cultural school courses should be reviewed in accordance with western visions which accelerate the pace towards a future world without borders, despite different races and cultures. Thus, the content of such courses, such as history, geography, drawing, music and literature should occupy more important new notions and information about intercultural education and it's role on a social development. Therefore, it is important for the given society, that all the schools' directors should pay more attentions on entertainments about cultural activities among pupils and students as future citizens. The focus of this paper is the role and importance of intercultural education for the development of a social society.

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Searching Nearest Potential of Children with Intellectual Disability – Dynamic Assessment

References Bandura, A. (1977). Social learning theory. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Bandura, A. (1986). Social foundation of thought and action: A social cognitive theory . Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Budoff, M. (1974). Learning potential and educability among the educable mentally retarded . Final report, Project No. 312312. Cambridge, MA: Department of Health, Education, & Welfare. Case, R. (1985). Intellectual development. New York: Academic Press. Davydova, S. I. (1975). Rol diejstwiy po podrazaniu

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Organization of Physical Activities as a Precondition of Quality Development of Motor Abilities of Pre-School and School Children

encouraging initiative, cooperation and creativity in education to new roles and identities in society“ (No. 179034) and „Improving the quality and accessibility of education in modernization processes in Serbia” (No 47008), financially supported by the Ministry of Education and Science, Republic of Serbia (2011-2014). References Ackermann, E. (2004). The Whole Child Development Guide . Retrieved from http://cache.lego.com/upload/contentTemplating [09.03.2012]. Arunović, D. (1982). Neke ideje za prestruktuiranje časa telesnog vežbanja sa učenicima starijeg

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Psychological Immunity Research to the Improvement of the Professional Teacher Training’s National Methodological and Training Development

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In this study, we introduce what kind of role is played by psychological immunity and its sub-factors and its factor values in life of the students taking part in the professional training, in their performance at school, in the improvability of the students′ strengths and weaknesses. The target of the research is to renew the methodology of the professional training through becoming acquainted with the students of the new generations more exactly. Since, the new generation has changed and it is still changing even today. Their education - training is getting more and more difficult because we do not know them enough. Teachers say that the knowledge of the students, the level of their education, mainly in the specialised secondary schools, is very low because the series of their failures can be detected and the non-attendance is also typical. Much of the students do not have any relevant prospect for the future after the specialised secondary school; they do not have any targets in the long run. The teachers in the specialised secondary schools observe that students are disinterested, they miss persistence, their control ability is very low, the EQ is decreasing and their self-knowledge is imperfect. All of them can be the source of conflicts.

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The Traditional in Contemporary Curricula of Preschool Education

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Contemporary curricula of preschool education are the result of the improvement of pedagogical and didactic theories. They imply a technical plan with which it is possible to achieve measurable objectives of preschool education. The curriculum is also defined as a tool for quality and equal education for all. It represents a reflection of the time, society and culture in which it exists, but also a model for future society and education. Thus an important research question arises as to what extent we recognize traditional ideas about learning and the development of a preschool child in contemporary preschool programs. Are traditional ideas about educating young children unjustly neglected or do we recognize them in contemporary pedagogical theory even today, at the same time forgetting about the past and declaring them innovations? This paper deals with the starting points for the development of a curriculum. The goal of the research was to determine to what extent can the starting points for the development of preschool children, which have existed in the first preschool programs in Serbia in the late 19th century, be recognized in contemporary preschool programs. A descriptive method was applied as well as a procedure for content analysis of program documents. Research results confirm that the elements of the first preschool programs, which remain relevant until today, can be recognized in contemporary preschool programs. They are related to target orientations, principles and functions of preschool education. However, these ideas are defined as contemporary tendencies, and the fact that they existed in preschool programs that were developed a long time ago is unjustly ignored.

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The Development of Resources of Students in Adolescence as a Key Issue in Contemporary Education

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In the presented paper, the issue of recognition and building of resources in adolescent pupils was discussed, referring to salutogenic concept of A. Antonovsky and Conservation of Resources Theory of S. E. Hobfoll. Coming out from developmental pedagogy and positive orientation in social sciences, benefits of scientific and educational actions concentrated on identifying pupils’ resources and supporting them in generating them, were shown. On the basis of Polish and foreign literature, empirical research treating about pupils’ resource, was analyzed, with special attention put to the sense of coherence and its components, stress management and behavior fostering health.

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Towards a Methodology to Identify a Talent by Using Psychological Cognitive Prototyping

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Eye-Tracking Analysis of the Figures of Anti-Smoking Health Promoting Periodical’s Illustrations

Karán 2011-ben. In 1st Android Development Competition & Workshop (ADCW). Szeged, 2012. január 12. Szeged: Szegedi Tudományegyetem Juhász Gyula Pedagógusképző Kar. Devosa I., Maródi Á., & Grósz T. (2015). EEG and TOBII – new results. In Buzás Zs., Devosa I., Steklács J., & Maródi Á. (Eds.), International Conference on Eye Movements 2015. Kecskemét, Hungary, 08.06.2015. Kecskemét: Kecskeméti Főiskola Tanítóképző Főiskolai Kar. Hammond, D., Fong, G. T., Mcdonald, P. W., Brown, K. S., & Cameron, R. (2004). Graphic Canadian Warning Labels and Adverse

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