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Use of Current Didactic Methods in Employee Education in Organizations
Rauchová, Kristýna ; Gruber, Jan (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
5 ABSTRACT This thesis aims to analyse the application of current didactic methods to staff education. The main point of departure for its theoretical section have been several studies treating current didactic methods; the empirical research rests on monitoring and comparison and contrasting of the theory posited by the Design Sprint method with its use in practice. First, the aims and formats of staff education are defined. Next, individual didactic methods are outlined. Eventu- ally, we look at how Design Sprint methods are adjusted in real-life scenarios, by monitoring staff education in an organisation. KEYWORDS lector, corporate learning, trends in adult education learning, adult education learning, organi- zation, adult education methods, gamification, design sprint, experience education
Support of Intergenerational Dialogue and Cultural Older Adults´ Participation as Tools of Transfering and Sharing Cultural Values at Local and Regional Levels
Bargel, Robert ; Bednářová, Hana ; Černá Lucie ; Gregoriniová, Jindřiška ; Lössl, Jiří ; Klementová, Kateřina ; Perlín, Radim ; Novák, Jaroslav ; Zborníková, Andrea ; Kocianová, Renata ; Baumgartner, František ; Kopecký, Martin ; Richter, Eva ; Šerák, Michal ; Národní informační a poradenské středisko pro kuluturu NIPOS ; Katedra andragogiky a personálního řízení FF UK
The fundamental goal of the project presented is to encourage older people’s cultural participation and the associated positive intergenerational impact of cultural events and activities at the local and regional levels. The project’s implementation will provide public administration with comprehensive guidelines for systematic encouragement of intergenerational transfer and sharing of cultural values through cultural dialogue at the local and regional levels. In that way, public policies in the area can significantly contribute to intergenerational cohabitation. The project enhances understanding of a character of the mechanisms of intergenerational dialogue that is connected with learning and cultural transmission in the contexts of local and regional cultural events and initiatives. It shows the possibilities and indentify the competences (of public administration sector), that need to be strengthened if we want to improve the mechanisms of dialogue. The practical goal of the project is to offer the set of recommendations how to support the process of intergenerational dialogue and create the space for its functions in the public space of the municipalities and regions.
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Barries in Employing Teaching Assistants
Vargová, Michaela ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to identify and analyse barriers and risks that go along with the profession of teaching assistant. The first part provides the comparison of the key competencies of teachers and teaching assistants, describes their motivation to perform their profession and issues the self-realization of teaching assistants. The second part defines the profession of teaching assistant, deals specifically with the qualification, personality requirements and the job content. The third and fourth parts examine the employment of teaching assistants and their position on the labour market. That includes legislative framework, the establishment of the profession of teaching assistant, concrete risks stemming from the profession, the issue of its financing and also spread of the profession within the Czech Republic. The last part of the thesis carries out a quantitative survey using empirical data from a questionnaire published online and handed to the real teaching assistants. The main aim of the survey is to identify the real barriers and to see the true perception of the problems which may hinder the self-realization in the profession as well as the professionalism and the overall attitude to the profession. Another goal is to find about the current situation of the teaching assistants'...
Factors of procrastination in theories of work motivation
Ekl, Kryštof ; Kocianová, Renata (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
Procrastination describes an undesirable form of delay of a previously intended act. It is in large part related to the level of work motivation. In spite of this, theories of work motivation do not generally deal with procrastination. The goal of this thesis is to identify factors of procrastination in selected theories of work motivation - in the goal-setting theory, in the self-determination theory and in the temporal motivation theory. The thesis is based mainly on metanalytical and summary works dedicated to the problematics of procrastination and on academic literature about the selected theories of work motivation. The relationship between procrastination and work motivation is analysed, followed by a derivation of possible factors of procrastination from the selected theories of work motivation. Then, the relationship of the factors of procrastination identified by research studies with the factors derived from the stated theories of work motivation is analyzed. By this analysis are the factors of procrastination in the stated theories of work motivation identified. Key words: work motivation, procrastination, theories of work motivation, self- determination theory, goal-setting theory, temporal motivation theory
Further Education of Pedagogical Staff as Latent Prevention of Burnout
Janatová, Adéla ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
The bachelor thesis elaborates the issue of further education of pedagogical staff as a preventive measure of burnout syndrome of teachers. The aim of the bachelor is to analyze the potential connection between further education of pedagogical staff and the prevention of burnout syndrome. Theoretical part is devoted to the connection of burnout syndrome with the teacher profession, according to modern a theory of psychohygiene and personal education. Firstly there is a description of the burnout syndrome - definition, course, and prevention which is especially important. Furthermore, there is the form of the further education of pedagogical staff. One of the most important part is devoted to legislation that applies to further education of pedagogical staff. In the final phase, there is a question of connecting these two topics. The aim of the quantitative empirical survey is to evaluate whether the further education of pedagogical staff functions as a prevention of burnout syndrome and if teachers are sufficiently informated about this fact. From the resulting data, we can confirm the fact that further education of pedagogical staff can function as a preventive measure against the burnout syndrome. However, awareness of this fact and the whole process of the burnout syndrome is very low. Key words...
Onboarding Process of Filipino Workers in the Organizations Operating in the Czech Republic
Hampl, Radek ; Gruber, Jan (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
4 Abstract The bachelor thesis deals with the process of adaptation of Filipinos in organizations operating in the Czech Republic. This thesis aims to analyze problems in the process of adaptation of workers in organizations. The thesis is devoted to the whole adaptation process, different approaches to the adaptation process and its phases are described. The specifics of the Philippine working culture are also presented and compared with the working culture in the Czech Republic. Part of this work is an empirical investigation, which aims to identify problems of adaptation of Filipinos and followed with options for effective adaptation process. The survey was carried out in the form of a semi-structured interview with Filipinos currently working in the Czech Republic. Keywords: onboarding process, expatriate, third world countries, immigration, personnel activities, employment card
Design of Training Methodology for Competitive Adult Ballroom Dance Classes
Velkoborská, Jana ; Šerák, Michal (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the field of teaching competitive ballroom dancing for adults. Competitive dancing is a discipline exploiting accessible knowledge and theory of other scientific fields such as sports in general, sports training psychology and psychology. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to outline a methodology of teaching ballroom dancing for adults. The first chapter is focused on general overview of selected aspects of sports training, such as training management, training structure, training parts and training load characteristics, including defining basic terms. The second chapter deals with the teaching aspects of competitive ballroom dancing. It focuses in detail on dancing couple motivation, communication between trainers and couples and on trainer's roles. The third chapter deals with the structure of training units (parts and focus). The fourth chapter represents the core part of this work. Exploiting the above-mentioned theories, it designs a teaching methodology of competitive ballroom dancing for adult couples. The empiric research is complementary, and its aim is to investigate practical implementation of the theoretical knowledge in the field of competitive ballroom dancing. All data is received via qualitative semi-structured interviews supplemented by dancing...
Motivation Of Secondary School Teachers For Continuing Education
Syrovátková, Daniela ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with motivation of secondary school teachers for continuing education. The main aim is to find out what motivates secondary school teachers for continuing education. On the basis of theoretical knowledge of professional literature, it first defines the profession of a teacher. It also focuses on further education of teachers in our country with its forms and specifics. Then it deals with the motivation of teachers for further education. The final part of the thesis is dedicated to the quantitative empirical survey among secondary school teachers in the Ústí Region. A partial objective of the survey is to identify factors that influence teachers' motivation for further education. Key words motivation of teachers for further education, teacher's continuing education, secondary school teachers, teacher's competencies, barriers in education, vocational development
Ageism in Czech Society. Prejudices and Stereotypes about Old Age and the Abilities of Seniors in the View of Generation X, Y, and Z assessing representatives
Krhovská, Denisa ; Vojtko, Tibor (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to compare the differences in perception of selected aspects related to the older age (older age and old age evaluation, the employment of seniors, the ability of seniors) in X, Y and Z generations. The bachelor thesis outlines the demographic situation of aging in the Czech Republic and the potential physical, psychological, and social changes in old age. The thesis also deals with ageism, its sources and implications as well as ageism in the labor market. The thesis presents important stereotypes about old age and seniors. Attention is paid to the characteristics of each generation. The quantitative survey is carried out in the form of questionnaires, which were distributed to representatives of the individual generations. Respondents were selected by age, based on their respective generation. The aim of the survey is to identify potential differences in the perception of stereotypes and prejudices about seniors in X, Y, and Z generations. A partial objective of the empirical survey is to find out how individual representatives of each generation perceive old age, wheter general or their own. Data collection was performed in selected cities and municipalities. Keywords ageism, old age, senior, stereotypes, prejudices, generations, generation X, generation Y,...
Informal Learning within Volunteering Activities
Štvánová, Alena ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
This diploma thesis elaborates on the topic of informal learning within volunteering activities with children and youth. It is based on the concept of lifelong learning and describes characteristics of informal learning and volunteer work. It pays attention to types of motivation for volunteering and shows the possibilities of informal learning within volunteering activities with children and youth. The empirical research uses the questionnaire to examine the forms of self-directed learning. In particular, it examines the areas in which the self-directed learning is most frequently carried out and the impact of the most frequently held function on choice of areas of self-directed learning. The research also focuses on the impact of reciprocal motivation on the proportion of self-directed learning realized within volunteering activities and on the perception of selected activities as the source of new incentives and information. The ending part of the thesis contains interpretation of results and recommendation for future research in the field.

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