Digital instruction or the digitalization of instruction in modern ICT environment


  • György Molnár



Latest research results and my experience as well underline that the disciplinary mission of digital instruction, in a stricter sense, digital pedagogy, is to reflect all challenges, tasks, and innovation options facing the digital citizens of today’s continuously changing world. In addition to acquiring the so-called key qualifications, the five generations of the digital world should be familiar with all aspects of digital competence if they want to lead a successful and productive life.

Author Biography

György Molnár

Dr. habil György Molnár is an associate professor, electrical engineer, teacher of engineering, medical biologist engineer, pedagogue with special qualification examination in the field of public education manager, who works at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, Department of Technical Education, and Budapest University of Technology Teacher Training Centre.

The graduation from BME as an electrical engineer in 2000 was followed by gaining a multidisciplinary university medical biologist engineer degree at BME. Followed by this, having entered the world of work as an engineer, he started new studies in the field of pedagogy as a teacher of engineering from 2001. From this time on, his academic studies and teaching activities have been carried out at the Department of Technical Education, successor of the ever-prestigious Institute of Pedagogy. He also applied for his doctoral PhD programme at this department, and finished that at the Eötvös Loránd University Doctoral School of Education. He has been teaching at the Department of Technical Education since 2001. He habilitated in 2018 on digital pedagogy.

His fields of research include the basic aspects of ICT, the methodological and innovative issues of vocational teaching which have enabled him to research new, atypical and electronic teaching-learning paths.