Homoki, Erika [Homoki, Erika (Földrajzi tartalm...), szerző] Pedagógusképző Központ (EKE / KUTE)

Magyar nyelvű Tudományos Konferenciaközlemény (Könyvrészlet)
    • MTMT: 30316532
      If we look at those organizations and challenges concerning Earth Sciences (meteorology, geodesy, mining, economic and regional development), or the acquired knowledge and skills applied in everyday life; it is clear that in absence of these, the functioning of society would be in trouble. So far, these topics have primarily been integrated in public education as part of Geography. This subject has enabled students to have the pleasure of learning these disciplines of science and a profession later on. Fewer students tend to choose these fields of study as it can be observed in higher education, while employees with such knowledge and competence would be appreciated in the labor market. Therefore, our research is focusing on what companies require from students who have newly graduated in the field of Earth Sciences, and how contented they are with their workforce having such qualification. Our aim was to find ways for reforming the stages of secondary and higher education; in addition, to make the Earth Sciences specializations more attractive for future students.
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      2020-07-07 21:07