Artykuły Autora: László Borbás, Dr Csilla Herzog, Dr Hab. Imre Szíjártó, Dr Tibor Tóth

László Borbás is a college assistant lecturer at the Institute of Media Informatics, at the Department of Film and Media Studies at Eszterházy Károly College. He teaches media, television production (news, magazine, documentary, television live production directing) film production (lighting, filmmaking, cinematography,editing). He works as a mentor teacher at the college TV (Líceum TV) and he is a student (doctorand) of Eötvös Lóránd University's PhD School of Education. His field of Academic Interest: film and television, media pedagogy, new media, new technology in education. His research topic is New Media and Mobile Tools in education.

Csilla Herzog (PhD, Assistant Professor). She has 24 years of educational and also has 20 years of experience as a program editor at television and radio channels, including the college television station and former radios station. Her area of research the media-literacy of teenagers and children aged 8-12 years. She is primarily interested in the media habits of children. Currently she is researching the children's tablet using habits during school classes.

Imre Szíjártó is college associate professor at the Eszterházy Károly College (Eger), head of Department of Film and Media Studies. Teaches film theory, film analysis, motion picture analysis, Eastern-European cinema course, teaching methodology seminar. Her field of Academic Interest: National cinemas in Central-Eastern Europe, methodology of teaching film and media studies. Her academic titles: PhD (2002, pedagogy), habilitation (2010).

Tibor Tóth: i’ve been working for the Department of Film and Media Studies of the Eszterházy Károly College for 18 years, primarily teaching subjects relating to film making and television genres. Prior to this I worked in general education for 26 years and I still have a close relationship with elementary and secondary schools. I often create documentary films and participate in joint projects with other institutions.

The Practice of media education in the Hungarian schools

We are interpreting the concept of Hungarian media education in a wide range: we observed the professional work of the courses, the solutions of the course concentration, the curricular and extracurricular activities. The observation was completed with three focus group interviews recorded on film- according to the conversations with the parents. Read More …

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