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Qualified training of social workers in crisis intervention
Maráková, Jana ; Krahulcová, Beáta (advisor) ; Leontovyčová, Jana (referee)
This master's thesis deals with a preparation of a qualification training for social workers that work with a client in crisis. It examines what are the requirements for the social worker and his range of further training. It also focuses on a social worker custody to a client who found himself in a crisis situation. It solves whether, and how the social workers are prepared to these difficult situations. Theoretical knowledge, as a type of client, koncept and types of crisis situations and attitudes and competences of a social worker to the solution of the crisis, are used in practical part of this master's thesis, which is made up of case reports with subsequent analysis. In conclusion the importance of the knowledge and skills of social workers are documented by questionnaire. Using the comparative method, I would like to highlight the developments in this field during the last five years. For comparison is outlined the care for a human in crisis in Switzerland and Bulgaria. The goal of my thesis is to make this field more approachable not only to social workers who encounter people in crisis in the course of their work, but also to all people who may find them- selves in crisis.
Janaplan - School of Humanity
Brejtrová, Jitka ; Váňová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Leontovyčová, Jana (referee)
This thesis deals with the concept of education of German pedagogue and university professor Peter Petersen, on the basis of which he elaborated and verified a pedagogical concept called the Jenaplan, which is a synthesis of different lines of the international reform educational movement of the beginning of the last century. It's only ten years left, and one centuries since the first verification of this concept at the practice school of university of Jena and the first book publication of The Small Jena-Plan (Der kleine Jena- Plan, 1927). Yet it is still a challenge that encourages thinking about changes in the work of a regular school. Still again, he questions the stereotypes and serves as a contemporary model of the school as a workshop of humanity. The first chapter deal with the historical background of the reform educational movement and the basic features of reform pedagogy. The second chapter describes the life of Peter Petersen. The third chapter is devoted to the basic elements of Petersen's pedagogy and the principles of the Jenaplan school. The fourth chapter forms the core of the theoretical part of the work and, on the basis of quotes from Petersen's writings, describes and interprets its concept of pedagogical anthropology, which is the starting point for education to humanity. The fifth...

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