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Let us dream of positive pedagogy!
The Hungarian Educational Research Journal
The feeling of anxiety, boredom, and apathy is more prevalent in school than in the family or in the company of good friends (Olah, 1999). Positive psychology says that learning could be joyful and stress-free in schools. Seligman (2009) pointed out, that "well-being should be taught in school, even in three areas: to counterpoint depression, to gain life satisfaction as a means of self-development and to facilitate effective learning and creative thinking." How these apply to the world ofdoi:10.1556/063.9.2019.3.43 fatcat:nqp6j5ucfvfhfg4miuvqe4kdca