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quality data for teachers ( Ronka, Geier, & Marciniak, 2010; Széll, 2015 ). It also crucial that teachers have a positive attitude toward data usage and measuring programs, since any anxiety regarding these factors ultimately affect their classroom

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Lyneham, H. J., Sburlati, E. S., Abbott, M. J., Rapee, R. M., Hudson, J. L., Tolin, D. F. & Carlson, S. E. (2013) Psychometric Properties of the Child Anxiety Life Interference Scale (CALIS). Journal of Anxiety

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Intézet. 11 Lyneham, H. J., Sburlati, E. S., Abbott, M. J., Rapee, R. M., Hudson, J. L., Tolin, D. F. & Carlson, S. E. (2013) Psychometric Properties of the Child Anxiety Life

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pszichometriai mutatói . Kézirat. SZTE BTK Neveléstudományi Intézet. 26 Kasik, L., Gáspár, Cs., Guti, K. & Zsolnai, A. (2016) Relationship between Social Problem-solving, Anxiety and

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ranking permeates the industry. A new concern is emerging that surrounds higher education institutions in a changed world. One reason for this anxiety is the development of online culture in recent years and the availability of information and education

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Anxiety Frustration Aggression Stiffness 13–14 7.96 8.37 8.42 10.97 14–15 7.79 7.5 9.36 10.88 15–16 8.42 7.8 8.93 11.03 16–17 8.56 8.07 9.74 11 Average 8.18 7.94 9.11 10.97 The analysis of the research results shows a relatively insignificant increase in

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by long hours of juku being justified by the excessive competition ( Shintani, 2014 ). Many studies emphasized the negative psychological/mental health consequences of the excessive competition like depression, anxiety, irritation, and impatience (e

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and terror” is mentioned, something that many experienced professionals have long forgotten. #15 invoked the anxiety when he recalled his first presentation: “The school that I was working with partnered with the national ELTA to do the first

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of the present research and purchased more sessions for math, as she hoped to improve her son's math scores further. The parents' (particularly the mother's) prominent role in the child's education was driven by their anxiety that their son would

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mentioned by Reed but also pertinent were parents' online chat groups that both raised anxieties and provided tutoring as a possible solution. Fourthly, Reed focused on examinations, especially those at the watershed ages 11, 16 and 18. Ireson and Rushforth

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