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Title: Gabriella Pusztai &; Timea Cegledi: Professional Socialisation in Higher Education-Challenges of Teacher Training in the Carpathian Basin. Oradea – Budapest, Partium – Új Mandatum Kiado. Book review
Authors: Pallay Katalin
Поллоі Каталін
Keywords: Szakmai szocializáció a felsőoktatásban;recenzió
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Debrecen University Press (DUPress), a Department of the University Library
Type: dc.type.refereesReport
Citation: In Hungarian Educational Research Journal (HERJ). 2018. Volume 8., No 2. pp. 136–140.
Series/Report no.: Volume 8., No 2
Abstract: Abstract. Teacher training plays an important role in higher education, but the prestige of teaching profession has dramatically dropped during the latest decades. The question is that what the reasons are for the fact that students from the richer family background and with better grades do not choose education-related courses.The book was published by Teacher Education Students Survey in Central and Eastern Europe (TESCEE) and SZAKTARNET project coordinated by CHERD Hungary in 2015. The volume shows and summarises the results of a comprehensive research. It describes the social position of teachers-to-be both in the North Great Plain Region of Hungary and in the cross-border area of Debrecen University. They attempted to answer the following questions: What was the society of students in the region in 2015? Who are the potential teachers? The publication includes three major parts. The basic concept- described comprehensively by Gabriella Pusztai and Timea Cegledi in the introduction of the book- is the situation of the students and the prestige of teacher training in Eastern and Central Europe.
ISSN: 2064-2199
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