The aim of the special issue is to provide a kind of situational picture of the physical education and sport of some Central-European countries (Hungary and Slovakia), besides highlighting the role of the physical activity in health protection. The main concept of the issues’ articles is related to physical education at the primary and secondary educational level and related to sport at the tertiary level. At macro-level, the reader can learn about the positive effects of physical activity and sport on the physical, spiritual and mental status. At the meso-level, we can gain insight into a country’s, e. g. in case of Slovakia, PE curriculum and into its changes, but the results of a national impact assessment of a special handball program are also introduced regarding this level. At micro-level, the reception of the everyday physical education from the educators and students aspect and its effects on the individual skills are presented beside the sporting habits of the higher educational students in an international comparison. Six studies can be read in this issue by a Slovakian, an Italian and four Hungarian authors.

Kovacs, K., Cereda, F. (eds.), Physical Education and Sport in Secondary and Higher Education, <<HUNGARIAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL>>, 2018; 2018: (2): 149 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/124069]

Physical Education and Sport in Secondary and Higher Education

Cereda, Ferdinando
2018

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The aim of the special issue is to provide a kind of situational picture of the physical education and sport of some Central-European countries (Hungary and Slovakia), besides highlighting the role of the physical activity in health protection. The main concept of the issues’ articles is related to physical education at the primary and secondary educational level and related to sport at the tertiary level. At macro-level, the reader can learn about the positive effects of physical activity and sport on the physical, spiritual and mental status. At the meso-level, we can gain insight into a country’s, e. g. in case of Slovakia, PE curriculum and into its changes, but the results of a national impact assessment of a special handball program are also introduced regarding this level. At micro-level, the reception of the everyday physical education from the educators and students aspect and its effects on the individual skills are presented beside the sporting habits of the higher educational students in an international comparison. Six studies can be read in this issue by a Slovakian, an Italian and four Hungarian authors.
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Kovacs, K., Cereda, F. (eds.), Physical Education and Sport in Secondary and Higher Education, <>, 2018; 2018: (2): 149 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/124069]
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