Doc. RNDr. PhDr. Hana Voňková, Ph.D. et Ph.D.
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ORCID: 0000-0002-3618-509X

Scopus ID: 42262790700

Researcher ID (WoS): F-6421-2017


Main research interest

Methodology and statistics in the areas of education and health, comparative education


Education and Academic Qualification

2018
Doc. in Educational Sciences (an associate professor degree), Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
2012
RNDr. in Mathematics (second postgraduate non-doctoral degree), Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
2011
Ph.D. in Econometrics (second Ph.D.), Department of Econometrics and Operation Research, Tilburg University, Netherlands
2008
Ph.D. in Educational Sciences (first Ph.D.), Faculty of Education, Charles University
2006
PhDr. in Educational Sciences (first postgraduate non-doctoral degree), Faculty of Education, Charles University
2005
Mgr. in Educational Science and Teaching Mathematics (second master degree), Faculty of Education, Charles University
2003
Mgr. in Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics (first master degree), Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University

Main Employment

2010-present
Associate professor (2018–present), Assistant professor (2010– 2018)
Department of Education, Faculty of Education, Charles University

2010-2018
Researcher
Institute for Research and Development of Education, Faculty of Education, Charles University

2011-2015
Researcher
Department of Addictology, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and General Faculty Hospital in Prague

2006-2007
Researcher assistant
Tilburg University, The Netherlands

2004-2007
Research Assistant
Department of Education, Faculty of Education, Charles University


Research Positions at Universities Abroad

2015-present
Affiliated researcher
Department of Education Reform, University of Arkansas, USA
Activity: the measurement and development of non-cognitive skills among children

2013 – present
Fellow researcher
Center for Economic and Social Research, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
Activity: 1 month stage each year (except Covid-period in 2020), analyzing subjective well- being measurements, designing vignettes for "experienced well-being" measurements

2010 – 2013
Visiting researcher
research institution RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, USA
Activity: 2 month stage each year, validating the anchoring vignette method, cooperation on project Measurement of International Differences in Well-Being

2006 – 2007
Research Assistant
Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Activity: programming the parameters estimation in censored regression model with fixed effects for R software

(International) Research Projects (selected)

2021 – 2023
Principal Investigator: Heterogeneity in reporting behavior on surveys among different countries, schools and groups of students (21-09064S), The Czech Science Foundation

2020 – 2022
Principal Investigator: Analyzing the Determinants of Self-Reported English Language Knowledge and Motivation for English Language Learning in Czech Lower Secondary Students (20-05484S), The Czech Science Foundation

2017 – 2019
Principal investigator: Factors Influencing the ICT Skill Self-Assessments of Upper-Secondary School Students (17-02993S), The Czech Science Foundation

2012 – 2018
Team member: The Relationships Between Skills, Schooling and Labor Market Outcomes: A Longitudinal Study (P402/12/G130), The Czech Science Foundation

1997 – 2018
Team member: Health and Economic Status In Older Populations (P01AG008291), National Institutes of Health, USA

2011 – 2016
Team member: Measurement of International Differences in Well-Being (1R01AG040716- 01), National Institutes of Health, USA

2013 – 2015
Team member: Randomized Prevention Trial of the Universal Drug Prevention Intervention Unplugged with Booster Sessions Targeted on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Marijuana (GAČR 13-23290S), The Czech Science Foundation

2011 – 2016
Team member: Pensions, Savings, and Retirement Decisions, Netspar Theme Grant, The Netherlands

Activities in Research Associations and Boards

2021 – present
Member of Executive Board of the Czech Educational Research Association

2020 – present
Member of the PhD. Study Board for English Language and Literature, Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague

2019 – present
Member of the National Evaluation Panel P407 Psychology, Education of the Czech Science Foundation (the only institution in the Czech Republic that provides public funding exclusively for basic research projects)
since 2021: Chairman of the National Evaluation Panel P407 Psychology, Education

2019 – present
Member of the PhD. Study Board for Mathematics and Didactics of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague

2018 – 2020
Member of the Commission for Ethics in Research, Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague

2016 – present
Member of Editorial Board, Journal of the Czech Pedagogical Society

2015 – present
Member of The Character Assessment Initiative (Charassein) research group, University of Arkansas, USA

2015 – present
Founder of The Anchoring Center for Educational Measurement (AnCER), Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague (research center focusing on educational research methodology and comparative education)
since 2020: Director of the Center, Officially established by the Dean of the Faculty of Education

2012 – present
Member of the Czech Educational Research Association

Invited Key Speaker at International Scientific Meetings

2020
University: Department of Education Reform, The University of Arkansas, USA Presentation: Identifying Culturally Preferred Response Patterns Using the Anchoring Vignette Method and the Overclaiming Technique

2019
University: Department of Educational Sciences, The Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

2017
Conference: Conference of Association for Educational Assessment – Europe: Assessment cultures in a globalized world
Presentation: Do we compare comparable? A potential solution with the anchoring vignette method

2015
University: Department of Education Reform, The University of Arkansas, USA Presentation: Anchoring vignette method and (possibilities of) its use in educational research

2015
University: Tinbergen Institute, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands Presentation: Testing the assumptions of the anchoring vignette method

2013
University: Center for Economic and Social Research, University of Southern California, USA
Presentation: Anchoring vignettes and response consistency


Reviewer for Impact Factor Journals

2014 – present
Psychological Methods (IF 11.302, Q1)
Journal of Gerontology – Social Sciences (IF 4.077, Q1)
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society – Series A (IF 2.483, Q1)
Journal of the American Statistical Association (IF 5.033, Q1)
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes (IF 3.186, Q2)
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (IF 3.862, Q1)
Empirical Economics (IF 1.713, Q3)
Sociological Methods & Research (IF 6.933, Q1)
Computer Assisted Language Learning (IF 4.789, Q1), Award: Top 100 Reviewers
Child Indicators Research (IF 2.420, Q1)
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (IF 2.618, Q3)
Educational Measurement – Issues and Practice (IF 1.702, Q3)
Studies in Educational Evaluation (IF 1.953, Q3)


International Conferences (selected)

2021
Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference: Social Responsibility within changing contexts, Seattle, USA, on-line
contribution: Investigating the differences in student reporting behavior across different world
regions: A synthesis of different reporting behavior measures

2021
Bulgarian Comparative Education Society (BCES) Conference, Sofia, Bulgaria, on-line
three contributions: English as a Foreign Language and Motivation for Learning: A Comparative Perspective, Motivation of students for English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): Current Research Foci in Different Countries, Examining the differences in student self-assessment of their skills in English as a foreign language: A pilot study Comparing Male and Female Lower Secondary Students

2020
Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference: Education Beyond the Human, Miami, USA, on-line
contribution: Gender differences in reporting behavior across different cultures: An analysis of PISA 2015 anchoring vignette data on motivation for learning

2019
European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) Conference, Hamburg, Germany contribution: Enhancing the comparability of self-reported ICT knowledge among different groups of students using the overclaiming technique

2019
Bulgarian Comparative Education Society (BCES) Conference, Pomorie, Bulgaria
contribution: Examining the assessment of anchoring vignettes in different ICT competence
domains: The results of a pilot study among upper-secondary students

2019
Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference: “Education for Sustainability”, San Francisco, USA
contribution: Analyzing heterogeneity in students’ reporting behavior across cultures

2018
Frontiers in Educational Measurement Conference (FREMO), Oslo, Norway
contribution: Enhancing the comparability of self-reported knowledge using the overclaiming technique

2018
European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2018 – Inclusion and Exclusion, Resources for Educational Research?, Bolzano, Italy
contribution: Enhancing the Cross-Cultural Comparability of Self-Reports Using the Overclaiming Technique: An Analysis of Accuracy and Exaggeration in 64 Cultures

2017
Conference of Association for Educational Assessment – Europe: Assessment cultures in a globalised world, Prague, The Czech Republic
contribution: Do we compare comparable? A potential solution with the anchoring vignette method

2016
European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2016 – Leading Education: The Distinct Contributions of Educational Research and Researchers, Dublin
contribution: The influence of the selected school characteristics on teacher's classroom management in European countries: student's assessments and anchoring vignettes

2015
European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2015 – Education and Transition:
Contributions from Educational Research, Budapest
contribution: International comparisons of student perceptions on teacher’s classroom management: improving comparability with the anchoring vignettes method

2015
School Tracking: Diverse Mechanisms, Effects and Policy Responses, Prague, The Czech Republic
contribution: The (in) comparability of ICT knowledge and skill self-assessments among upper secondary school students: The use of the anchoring vignette method

2015
Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 59th Annual Conference: Ubuntu! Imagining a Humanist Education Globally, Washington, USA
contribution: International comparisons of student perceptions on teacher’s classroom
management: improving comparability with the anchoring vignettes method

2014
European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) conference – Is an ounce of prevention still worth a pound of cure? The economics and value of prevention, Palma de Mallorca, Spain contribution: Cannabis use in different risk groups of Czech adolescents: possibilities and limits of universal prevention intervention

2013
Congress of the European Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism (ESBRA), Varsava contribution: Universal School-Based Prevention Intervention and Alcohol Use

2013
Measurement and Experimentation in the Social Sciences (MESS) workshop, Den Haag
contribution: Anchoring vignettes and response consistency

2013
International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) Conference, Singapore
contribution: Tracking Effects on Mathematics Achievement in the Czech Republic

2012
Measurement and Experimentation in the Social Sciences (MESS) workshop, Amsterdam contribution: Are HWB Measures Practical and Does the Participant Burden Associated with Different Measures Justify One or Another Measure?

2011
European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) conference - Synergy in prevention and health promotion: individual, community, and environmental approaches, Lisbon
contribution: The Unplugged School-Based Preventive Intervention: Evaluation of its Effects on Cannabis Use in Czech Adolescents with Different Individual Profiles

2011
Innovations in Internet Interviewing, 5th CentERdata conference, Oisterwijk
contribution: Anchoring vignettes: response consistency and order effects

2010
Conference of the Royal Statistical Society - Anchoring Vignettes in Social Science Research, London, UK
contribution: Is the anchoring vignettes method sensitive to the domain and choice of the vignette

2010
Workshop on Comparative International Research Based on HRS, ELSA and SHARE, Santa Monica, USA
contribution: Is the anchoring vignettes method sensitive to the domain and choice of the vignette

2010
European Conference on Health Economics, Helsinki
contribution: Is the anchoring vignettes method sensitive to the domain and choice of the vignette

2009
Netspar Pension Day Conference, Gilze Rijen, The Netherlands
contribution: Do anchoring vignettes make self-assessments more comparable? Validating the anchoring vignettes method for different domains with different vignettes

2009
A teacher in post-socialist countries, Lodz, Poland
contribution: What is the relationship between the manipulative behavior of the teacher and his personal characteristics: empirical analysis

2009
Labour Force Participation and Well-being of the 50+ Population, Utrecht, The Netherlands
contribution: How sensitive are retirement decisions to financial incentives: a stated preference analysis


Pedagogical activities

2021 – present
A guarantor of the bachelor’s and master’s programs in Educational Sciences, Faculty of Education, Charles University

2010 – present
Supervision of postdoc researchers, PhD candidates, and master and bachelor students, Faculty of Education, Charles University

  • Supervision of international postdoctoral researchers (graduates from King’s College London)
    dr. Hasan Selcuk, project: The anchoring vignette method in educational research
    dr. Arash Shahriari-Rad, project: The anchoring vignette method in educational research
    dr. Jo-Yu Lee, project: Measurement of non-cognitive skills among students: the use of the anchoring vignette method

  • Mentor of beginning academic researchers
    dr. Ondřej Papajoanu

  • Supervision of Ph.D. candidates
    dr. Jan Hrabák, thesis: The Anchoring Vignette Method and its use for increasing the comparability of self-assessments of ICT knowledge and skills
    Mgr. et Mgr. Eva Vaňkátová, thesis: The phenomenon of school behavior and misbehavior from the lower secondary students’ and teachers’ perspective
    Mgr. Kateřina Králová, thesis: Students’ self-assessment of English as a foreign language skills
    Angie Moore, M.A., thesis: Examining the impact of the perception of L1 and L2 English teachers on student motivation and anxiety in Czech secondary schools
    Mgr. Irem Altinkalp, thesis: Every Child Deserves a Future: Understanding Syrian Refugee Children’s Perceptions on Inclusive Education in Turkey

  • Supervision of master theses - 26 defended master theses

  • Supervision of bachelor theses - 2 defended bachelor theses

2010 – present
Teaching PhD and master’s courses, Faculty of Education, Charles University
A Methodology of Educational Research (for both PhD and master students)
Evaluation in Education
The Development and Use of Achievement Tests
General Education and Didactics
Logic for Students of Social Sciences

2008 – 2011
Teaching master’s courses, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Mathematics I (in English)
Quantitative Methods II (in English)
Orientatie Econometrie (in Dutch)


Selected Publications

IF Journals

Vonkova, H., Jones, J., Moore, A., Altinkalp, I., & Selcuk, H. (2021) A review of recent research in EFL motivation: Research trends, emerging methodologies, and diversity of researched populations. System, 103. Article 102622. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2021.102622

Vonkova, H., Papajoanu, O., & Kralova, K. (2021). Student Online Communication Skills: Enhancing the Comparability of Self-Reports Among Different Groups of Students. Education and Information Technologies.https://doi.org/10.1007/s10639-021-10685-y

Vonkova, H., Papajoanu, O., Stipek, J., & Kralova, K. (2021). Identifying accuracy of and exaggeration in self-reports of ICT knowledge among different groups of upper secondary school students using the overclaiming technique. Computers & Education, 164. Article 104112. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2020.104112

Vonkova, H., Hrabak, J., Kralova, K., & Papajoanu, O. (2021). Developing a framework for the examination of anchoring vignette assumptions using cognitive interviews: A demonstration in the ICT skills domain. Field Methods, 33(4). https://doi.org/10.1177/1525822X21991281

Selcuk, H., Jones, J., & Vonkova, H. (2019). The emergence and influence of group leaders in web-based collaborative writing: self-reported accounts of EFL learners. Computer Assisted Language Learning. https://doi.org/10.1080/09588221.2019.1650781

Vonkova, H. (2019). Life Satisfaction Among Different Groups of Children: Self-Reports, Differential Scale Usage and Anchoring Vignettes. Child Indicators Research, 12(6), 2111-2136. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12187-019-09629-3

Vonkova, H., Papajoanu, O., & Stipek, J. (2018). Enhancing the cross-cultural comparability of self-reports using the overclaiming technique: An analysis of accuracy and exaggeration in 64 cultures. Journal of Cross- Cultural Psychology, 49(8), 1247-1268. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022022118787042

Vonkova, H., Zamarro, G., Hitt, C. (2018). Cross-country heterogeneity in students’ reporting behavior: The use of the anchoring vignette method. Journal of Educational Measurement, 55(1), 3-31. https://doi.org/10.1111/jedm.12161

Voňková, H., Bendl, S., & Papajoanu, O. (2017). How students report dishonest behavior in school: self- assessment and anchoring vignettes. Journal of Experimental Education, 85(1), 36-53. https://doi.org/10.1080/00220973.2015.1094438

Vacek, J., Vonkova, H., Gabrhelik, R. (2017). A successful strategy for linking anonymous data from students’ and parents’ questionnaires using self-generated identification codes. Prevention Science, 18(4), 450-458. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11121-017-0772-6

Voňková, H., & Hrabák, J. (2015). The (in)comparability of ICT knowledge and skill self- assessments among upper secondary school students: The use of the anchoring vignette method. Computers & Education, 85, 191- 202. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2015.03.003

Kapteyn, A., Lee, J., Tassot, C., Vonkova, H., & Zamarro, G. (2015). Dimensions of subjective well-being. Social Indicators Research, 123(3), 625-660. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-014-0753-0

Miovský, M., Voňková, H., Gabrhelík, R., & Čablová, L. (2015). Cannabis use in children with individualized risk profiles: Predicting the effect of universal prevention intervention. Addictive Behaviors, 50, 110-116. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.addbeh.2015.06.013

Miovský, M., Voňková, H., Gabrhelík, R., & Štastná, L. (2015). Universality properties of school-based preventive intervention targeted at cannabis use. Prevention Science, 16(2), 189-199. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11121-013-0453-z

Van Soest, A., & Voňková, H. (2014). How sensitive are retirement decisions to financial incentives: A stated preference analysis. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 29(2), 246-264. https://doi.org/10.1002/jae.2313

Van Soest, A., & Voňková, H. (2014). Testing the Specification of Parametric Models Using Anchoring Vignettes. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 177(1), 115-133. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-985X.2012.12000.x

Voňková, H., & Hullegie, P. (2011). Is the anchoring vignette method sensitive to the domain and choice of the vignette? Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 174(3), 597-620. ISSN 0964-1998. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-985X.2011.00704.x


Peer-reviewed Journals (international, local)

Papajoanu, O., Vonkova, H., & Vlckova, K. (2021). Vztah motivace k učení se angličtině jako cizího jazyka se známkou z angličtiny, získáním vyznamenání na vysvědčení a aspirací studovat na gymnáziu u žáků základních škol [The relationship between lower secondary students’ English as a foreign language learning motivation and their grade in English, receiving a final report card with honors, and aspirations to study at a grammar school]. Studia Paedagogica, 26(3), 29-50.https://doi.org/10.5817/SP2021-3-2

Králová, K., Štípek, J., Voňková, H., & Papajoanu, O. (2020). Sebehodnocení motivace k učení se informačním a komunikačním technologiím: výsledky pilotního šetření mezi středoškolskými studenty [Self- assessment of motivation for information and communication technologies learning: results of a pilot study among secondary school students]. Slavonic Pedagogical Studies Journal, 9(1), 70-77. http://www.pegasjournal.eu/2020_09_01_08.html

Černochová, M., Voňková, H., Štípek, J., & Černá, P. (2018). How do learners perceive and evaluate their digital skills? International Journal of Smart Education and Urban Society, 9(1), 37-47. https://www.igi- global.com/article/how-do-learners-perceive-and-evaluate-their-digital-skills/193229

Bendl, S., Vonkova, H., Papajoanu, O., & Vankatova, E. (2018). An examination of different methodological approaches in student school behavior research: The issue of the incomparability of student self-assessments. Pedagogická orientace / Journal of the Czech Pedagogical Society, 28(4), 627-662. https://journals.muni.cz/pedor/article/view/11440/10225

Voňková, H., Papajoanu, O., & Bendl, S. (2016). Aplikace metody ukotvujících vinět v pedagogickém výzkumu: přehled literatury a metodologická doporučení [Applying the anchoring vignette method in educational research: Literature review and methodological recommendations]. Pedagogická orientace / Journal of the Czech Pedagogical Society, 26(3), 537-559. https://journals.muni.cz/pedor/article/view/6138/5511

Brož, F., & Voňková, H. (2015/2016). K testu jazykových dovedností žáků 6. ročníků v projektu CloSE. Český jazyk a literatura, 66(1), 27-33. ISSN 0009-0786. http://www.cjl.spn.cz/obsah-a-aktuality.php

Voňková, H., & Hrabák, J. (2015). Řešení nesrovnatelnosti hodnocení ICT znalostí a dovedností žáků skrze ukotvující viněty [Tackling the incomparability of assessments of pupils’ ICT knowledge and skills by using anchoring vignettes]. Pedagogika, 65(3), 274-291. https://pages.pedf.cuni.cz/pedagogika/?p=11254&lang=en

Gabrhelík, R., Orosová, O., Miovský, M., Voňková, H., Berinšterová, M., & Minařík, J. (2014). Studying the Effectiveness of School-Based Universal Prevention Interventions in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Adiktologie, 14(4), 403-408. https://adiktologie-journal.eu/journal-archive/2014-2/4-2014/

Voňková, H. (2013). Subjektivní hodnocení problémů s pohybem: Užití parametrického modelu metody ukotvujících vinět [Subjective assessments of problems with moving around: Use of the parametric model of the anchoring vignette method]. Orbis Scholae, 7(1), 49-66. https://doi.org/10.14712/23363177.2015.25

Bendl, S., Voňková, H., & Zvírotský, M. (2013). Impact of the Bologna process two-cycle implementation on teacher education in the Czech Republic. Pedagogická orientace, 23(6), 767-785. http://dx.doi.org/10.5817/PedOr2013-6-767

Bendl, S., Voňková, H., & Zvírotský, M. (2013). The Bologna process and teacher training in the Czech Republic: Opinions of academic staff and students about the two-cycle system implementation at the Faculty of Education of the Charles University in Prague. The New Educational Review, 32(2), 301-312. https://tner.polsl.pl/dok/volumes/tner_2_2013.pdf

Voňková, H. (2012). Metoda ukotvujících vinět a možnosti využití v pedagogice [Anchoring vignettes method and possibilities of its use in educational science]. Orbis Scholae, 6(1), 27-40. https://doi.org/10.14712/23363177.2015.47

Lávičková, J., Gabrhelík, R., & Voňková, H. (2012). Kombinace opiodních analgetik na lékařský předpis s alkoholem nebo jinou návykovou látkou [Combination of prescribed opioid analgesics with alcohol or another illegal drug]. Adiktologie, 12(2), 80-88. https://www.addictology.cz/journal-archive/2012-2/2-2012/

Bendl, S., & Voňková, H. (2010). Využití pojmových map ve výuce pedagogiky [Use of concept maps in teaching pedagogy]. Pedagogická orientace, 20(1), 16-38. https://journals.muni.cz/pedor/article/view/1345

Bendl, S., & Voňková, H. (2010). Vztah mezi (ne)manipulativním a viktimizačním jednáním učitele a jeho vybranými charakteristikami [Relationship between teacher (non)manipulative and victimizing behaviours and some teacher characteristics]. Pedagogika.sk, 1(4), 294-318. http://www.casopispedagogika.sk/rocnik-1/cislo-4/Bendl%20-%20Vonkova%20PG.pdf

Bendl, S., & Voňková, H. (2010). Teachers’ opinions on manipulation of children in relationship adults - children. Studia Edukacyjne, 12, 113-130. http://cse.amu.edu.pl/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/12.pdf


Books

Voňková, H. (2017). Metoda ukotvujících vinět a její využití v pedagogickém výzkumu [The anchoring vignette method and its use in educational research]. Praha: Univerzita Karlova v Praze – Pedagogická fakulta. ISBN 978-80-7290-954-4

Bendl, S., Voňková, H., Zvírotský, M. (2013). Boloňský proces a jeho dopady na strukturovaná studia učitelství [Bologna process and its impact on two-cycle teacher training]. Praha: Univerzita Karlova v Praze – Pedagogická fakulta. ISBN 978-80-7290-703-8


Chapters in books

Voňková, H. (2011). Příprava učitelů a pedagogická praxe v Nizozemsku [Student teachers preparation and their pedagogical practice in the Netherlands]. In S. Bendl, et al. (Ed.), Klinická škola: místo pro výzkum a praktickou přípravu budoucích učitelů [Clinical School: Place for Research and Training of Prospective Teachers] (s. 386-401). Praha: Univerzita Karlova v Praze – Pedagogická fakulta. ISBN 978-80-7290-517-1

Vonkova, H., Cernochova, M., Selcuk, H., Hrabak, J., & Kralova, K. (2019). The application of anchoring vignettes in the analysis of self-assessment of ICT skills: A pilot study among Czech secondary school students. In D. Passey, R. Bottino, C. Lewin, & E. Snachez (Eds.), Open Conference on Computers in Education 2018: Empowering Learners for Life in the Digital Age (pp. 243-252). Cham: Springer International Publishing. ISBN 978-3-030-23512-3

Bendl, S., Voňková, H. (2010). Działanie manipulacyjne nauczyciela a jego cechy osobiste. Analiza empiryczna. In A. Wróbel (Ed.), Nauczyciel w krajach postsocjalistycznych jako sprawca i ofiara manipulacji (s. 141-170). Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego. ISBN 978-83-7525-489-1


Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings (selected)

Voňková, H., Papajoanu, O. & Lee, J. (2021). Analyzing the differences in the reporting of familiarity with (mathematical) items with focus on Asian countries. In R. Švaříček & H. Voňková (Eds.), Na cestě ke spravedlnosti ve vzdělávání: pedagogický výzkum pro lepší praxi a politiku. Sborník z XXIX. konference České asociace pedagogického výzkumu (s. 38-41). Brno: MSD Brno pro Masarykovu univerzitu. ISBN 978- 80-7392-367-9

Papajoanu, O., & Voňková H. (2021). Srovnání úrovně motivace k učení se anglickému jazyku u českých žáků na základě jejich pohlaví: výsledky pilotní studie [A comparison of English as a foreign language learning motivation among Czech students based on their gender: the results of a pilot study]. In R. Švaříček & H. Voňková (Eds.), Na cestě ke spravedlnosti ve vzdělávání: pedagogický výzkum pro lepší praxi a politiku. Sborník z XXIX. konference České asociace pedagogického výzkumu (s. 294-297). Brno: MSD Brno pro Masarykovu univerzitu. ISBN 978-80-7392-367-9

Štípek, J., Voňková, H., Papajoanu, O. & Králová, K. (2021). Vztah mezi hodnocením vlastních znalostí angličtiny a výsledkem v testu z angličtiny: kolik času potřebují žáci na odpovědi [The relationship between student English as a foreign language skills self­‐assessment and their results on English achievement test: How much time does it take for students to respond]. In R. Švaříček & H. Voňková (Eds.), Na cestě ke spravedlnosti ve vzdělávání: pedagogický výzkum pro lepší praxi a politiku. Sborník z XXIX. konference České asociace pedagogického výzkumu (s. 50-53). Brno: MSD Brno pro Masarykovu univerzitu. ISBN 978- 80-7392-367-9

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