The Development of Inductive Thinking of Pedagogue Candidates


The study of inductive, and in particular abstract reasoning has a very extensive literature. However, putting these competencies into the context of dropout research is less typical. The focus of this research is therefore directed to this area. The main objective was to analyse the components of abstract reasoning in terms of students who achieved good results, and the overall sample, and its relationship to time was also examined. Based on the results of the 204 students participating in teacher training at J. Selye University, it can be stated that the time spent on the solution, the division, the course, and the parents' highest education can be formed three well-separable groups in the whole sample, while among the best-performing students, two distinct groups can be classified.

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Péter Tóth, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Kinga Horváth, J. Selye University, Slovakia

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Conference: BCE2023
Stream: Higher education

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Tóth P., & Horváth K. (2023) The Development of Inductive Thinking of Pedagogue Candidates ISSN: 2435-9467 – The Barcelona Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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