Although numerous attempts have been made before, the methodology of geography teaching has been highly difficult to renew in Hungary. The reasons for it are very complex, and one of the contributing factors is the scarcity of teaching and methodological aids available for teachers, which do not only describe new methodological trends or contain the prepared curriculum, but which combine both. Another significant problem is that mainstream geography teaching still strongly focuses on disseminating lexical and static information, and it hardly encourages students to take part in the process of knowledge acquisition.

GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH ABSTRACTS 1029-7006 1607-7962 20 Paper: EGU2018-19514 2018


Pál Viktor

Farsang Andrea

Péter Szilassi

M. Császár Zsuzsanna

Teperics Károly

Kádár Anett