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Evaluation of the Financial Situation of a Company and Proposals for its Improvement
Havlová, Michaela ; Langrová, Ivana (referee) ; Žižlavský, Ondřej (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the evaluation of financial situation of the company Rodinný pivovar BERNARD a. s. using selected methods of financial analysis for the period 2012-2017. This work is divided into three parts. The first part deals with the theoretical basis. In the second part, financial analysis methods are applied to the competing national company Budějovický Budvar and it is followed by the last part, which contains financial proposal of improvement.
Calendar across history; author's calendar
HAVLOVÁ, Michaela
Theoretical-practical thesis which focuses on the historical development of a calendar and on its own realization. Theoretical part starts with a definition of a term calendar, characterizes basic units used for compiling calendars and also describes divisions of calendar systems. Subsequently the thesis pays attention to the oldest calendars, from all sorts of prehistoric time recording devices, to the highly developed Mayan systems. There is also an outline of the development of calendars, which are used in the modern era. In the practical part the author deals with the design and the realization of her own calendar. Thesis is accompanied by picture attachments and photo documentation.
Comparison of current undergraduate training future biology teachers in selected countries
Fialová, Michaela ; Rajsiglová, Jiřina (advisor) ; Havlová, Michaela (referee)
In most of the countries all over the world, one can find governmental resorts (ministries) focused on education in the given country. The agenda of these ministries is, among other things, the education of those who are supposed to educate others, in other words, pedagogical workers or teachers. Teachers are the fundamental functional unit in education which is why there ought to be a special emphasis placed upon their education and preparation. Unless the society has sufficiently qualified teachers, it cannot expect any excellent results in education, even though there are some other factors involved as well. The main concern of this bachelor thesis lies on teachers' education, mainly biology teachers: what is the lowest possible education needed and how many years must a future teacher study; what is the required structure of teachers' education in the Czech Republic, Finland, Poland, Ireland and in the USA and what part of the future teachers' study is dedicated to gaining knowledge in biology and what part to obtain pedagogical-psychological knowledge which is considered necessary for working itself in the pedagogy sphere.
Primary prevention of the substance and non-substance addiction in primary and secondary schools in Czech Republic and selected European countries
Přibylová, Kateřina ; Rajsiglová, Jiřina (advisor) ; Havlová, Michaela (referee)
In the Czech Republic it is possible through the so called Basic Preventive Programme to encounter not only the term "substance addiction", but also the term "non-substance addiction". In which way is the prevention of addictions performed and can we also find this comprehensive approach to the prevention of addictions in the schools of foreign countries? For comparison with the Czech Republic I chose two countries: Finland and Great Britain. The main aim of my work was based on an analysis of the school-based prevention programs and other preventive activities in the schools of each country to determine the current school preventive approaches. Furthermore, it was based on the curricular documents of the countries to identify which subjects or cross-cutting themes are involved in the prevention of substance and non-substance addictions. Finally, I wanted to summarize, from the obtained information, to what extent do the schools of the particular countries realize the prevention of substance and non-substance addictions. Key words: school-based primary prevention, substance addiction, non-substance addiction, behavioural addiction, curricular documents, school-based prevention programs
First Aid Education and Effectivity - Quantitative Research
Slánská, Helena ; Havlová, Michaela (advisor) ; Tauchen, Zuzana (referee)
The present thesis deals with the First Aid. It is aimed at comparing the knowledge of this subject before and after completion of the course called "First Aid in Schools" lectured at the Charles University, Faculty of Science, and thereby to evaluate efficiency of this cycle. The main goal raises a number of questions to be answered: 1. Is the First Aid defined unequivocally in relevant professional texts? 2. How the First Aid is taught in schools and in other institutions? 3. What steps have to be taken in order to implement quantitative research? 4. How the data collected in a quantitative research are to be processed? 5. Which topics pose problems in teaching the "First Aid in Schools" in terms of the research results? The present thesis is divided into five chapters. The first, Introductory chapter summarizes content of the work. The second chapter covers definition of the First Aid, teaching the First Aid in Schools and methodology of research carried out in this field. The third chapter deals with implementation of quantitative results and with definition of hypotheses. The fourth chapter summarizes the results based on quantitative research. The last - fifth chapter is devoted to discussion. The individual hypotheses chosen for the research are discussed. The conclusions are compared with...
The effect of kinesiotaping on postural control of stance
Havlová, Michaela ; Bitnar, Petr (advisor) ; Čech, Zdeněk (referee)
Postural stability is necessary for all human activities. Management od postural control is provided especially by central nervous system. For management are essential afferent information from vestibular, visual and somatosensory system. Modification of any of these inputs could have influence postural stability. Changes of exteroceptive perception can be achieved by the application of kinesio tape. Kinesiotaping is currently very popular therapeutic method, which is attributed to the wide range of effects. In the theoretical part of this thesis are described these effects, including the results of scientific studies that are engaged in verify the effects. Experimental part of this thesis was focused on the objectification of any changes of postural stability after application of kinesio tape on dorsal and ventral side of the trunk in healthy individuals without injury or other disorders. For the examination were used two tests of Balance Master® System, the modified clinical test of sensory interaction on balance and the test limits of stability. The results were satistically evaluated at the level α = 0.05. Due to kinesio tape were observed no siginificant changes in the mean sway velocity of center of gravity. There were also found no significant changes of parameters that evaluate the transmission of...

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