Proceedings

Proceedings of XXIX. DidMatTech 2016,  “New methods and technologies in education and practice” Conference

(Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, ISBN 978-963-284-816-7)

I Materials and technologies

  1. Eva Labašová, Vladimír Labaš: The evaluation of the results of the measurement of the temperature in sliding joint by temperature in sliding joint by thermocouple and thermal camera
  2. Igor Štubňa, Tomáš Húlan, Libor Vozár: Young’s modulus of illite-based ceramics around the quartz transition
  3. Zuzana Brodnianská, Jozef Černecký: Experimental setup for measuring of heat floux through the glass windows (Experimentálna zostava pre meranie tepelného toku cez okenné sklá)
  4. Lukáš Ohanka, Jozef Černecký: Experimental setup for comparison of different cooling methods and its use in educational process (Experimentálna zostava pre porovnanie rôznych spôsobov chladenia a jej využitie vo vyučovacom procese)
  5. Jindřich Petrucha, Radomíra Veselá, Pavel Kovařik: The prediction of criminal phenomena by using neural network
  6. Alexander Hambalík, Pavol Marák: Possibilities of software recognition of small irregular patterns in biometrics for purposes of fingerprint analysis

II Algorithms and programming

  1. Péter Szlávi, Gábor Törley, László Zsakó: The thinking toolkit of programming
  2. Zsuzsanna Szalayné Tahy, Zoltán Czirkos: Linear search – the breaks in teaching-learning practice
  3. László Zsakó, Győző Horváth, Gyula Horváth: Variations on a classic task
  4. Győző Horváth, László Menyhárt, László Zsakó: Viewpoints of programming didactics at a web game implementation
  5. Sándor Király, Tamás Balla: Code School: A gamified learning portal for computer programming education
  6. Ladislav Végh: Interactive algorithm animations in education (Interakiv algoritmus animációk az oktatásban)
  7. József Udvaros Visualisation of OOP elements
  8. Erdősné Németh Ágnes, Zsakó László: The place of the greedy method concept in the progression of contestants’ thinking
  9. Milan Pokorný: Interactive elements for algorithms of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

III Modern teaching and learning technologies and ICT in education

  1. Hajnalka Torma: Computational thinking – could we bring it to Hungarian education
  2. Zoltán Illés, Viktória H. Bakonyi, Zoltán Illés Jnr.: Changing the learning attitude of students by a BYOD system
  3. Zoltán Illés: Trending towards a personalized real-time evaluation system based on BYOD
  4. Henryk Noga: Components of techniques curriculum on the example of electricity module – proposition for the third stage of education
  5. Andor Abonyi-Tóth: Designing and implementing a framework and methodology suitable for creating accessible e-learning materials
  6. Martina Adamkovičová, Jana Burgerová, Vladimír Piskura: E-Learning study materials in blended learning (Elektronické študijné materiály v blended learningu)
  7. Stella Hrehova: Visualisation tools of MATLAB in education
  8. Stefan Gubo: Using MS EXCEL spreadsheet application in solving maximum flow problems (Az MS EXCEL táblázatkezelő alkalmazása maximális folyamproblémák megoldásánál)
  9. Rastislav Žitný, Tibor Szabó: Modelling the hospitality information systems in web-based environment
  10. Krisztina Czakóová: Discovery-based active learning in microworld environment (Felfedezésen alapuló aktív tanulás mikrovilág környezetben)
  11. Robert Jurča, Jindřich Petrucha, Petr Koudela: Use of creativity in information technology
  12. Igor Černák, Michal Rojček, Robert Janiga: Pilot training using a specialized e-learning methodology

IV New technologies in subjects teaching

  1. Dana Országhová: Mathematical problems with application in economics and their presentation via information technology (Matematické problémy s aplikáciami v ekonómii a ich prezentácia prostredníctvom informačných technológií)
  2. Janka Drábeková, Dominika Čeryová: Geogebra and several economic applications of learning curve (Geogebra a niekoľko ekonomických aplikácií krivky učenia sa)
  3. Radomíra Hornyák Gregáňová: Creation of function´s graphs in mathematics through a web service (Tvorba grafov funkcií v matematike prostredníctvom webovej služby)
  4. Václav Králik, Janka Majherová: Virtual Robotic Laboratories Robot C in the Informatics Teachers Training
  5. Katarína Szarka: Didactical aspects of interactive molecular modelling in upper primary education (Didaktické aspekty interaktívneho molekulového modelovania na ZŠ)
  6. Eva Balážová, Melánia Feszterová: The use of environmental elements in chemistry teaching on secondary schools (Využitie environmentálneho prvku vo vyučovaní chémie na stredných školách)
  7. Ondrej Baráth, Melánia Feszterová: Chemical knowledge necessary within the laboratory exercises focused on environmental elements (Chemické vedomosti dôležité pre laboratórne cvičenia zamerané na zložky životného prostredia)
  8. Lilla Koreňová: Possibilities of mobile technologies in elementary education (Možnosti mobilných technológií v predprimárnom vzdelávaní)
  9. Veronika Stoffová, Milan Štrbo: Educational technologies to support language teaching (Vzdelávacie technológie na podporu vyučovania jazykov)

V Specific problems of modern education

  1. Václav Tvarůžka: Promotion of technological topics and approaching the society by posters
  2. Maria Kocór: School as the source of stress in difficult situation in polish realities Szkoła jako źródlo stresu w trudnych sytuacjach w realiach polskich
  3. András Benedek: Networked knowledge architectures tools versus standards
  4. Attila Mahler: Computational thinking in education
  5. Martin Ďurko: Computation: Determinats and nature of the second stage of human cognitive processes
  6. Ján Stoffa, Veronika Stoffová: Special aspects of scientific terms