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Zefektivnění postupu stanovení variability půdních vlastností pro precizní zemědělství
Novák, Jaroslav
This thesis deals with the study of soil variability and soil properties through direct and indirect methods. The aim of this work was to verify whether the combination of data, determined by direct and indirect mapping methods, will allow to identify the variability that will be used to more accurately differentiate the cultivation measures. Within the thesis, a model of bare soil variability assessment was also developed from the RS data defined by the arable land blocks from the LPIS through the Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Coefficient of Variation (CV). The model was verified by two sets of atmospherically corrected data and the observed values were compared with the results of Agrochemical Soil Testing (AST). Conformity was particularly evident in blocks with an area with more than 100 hectares, where a larg number of samples / pixels was evaluated. In order to verify the using of the data combination of directly and indirectly mapping variability, two plots of 53 and 38 ha were analyzed. At both sites, soil sampling, soil electrical conductivity (ECa) was measured, and the Digital Terrain Model (DTM) data and the derived Topographic Wetness Index (TWI) were obtained for optimization purposes. In total, three types of sampling designs were created for each data source of indirect mapping methods using regression analysis, variability of indirect mapping data, and a combination of ASP results from previous designs and indirect methods data. A comparison of the sampling designs has shown, that the combination of direct and indirect methods refines the variability of soil properties. However, there is a link between the input data of direct and indirect mapping methods. It is also evident, that sampling designs based on indirect measurement data provides more accurate information about the variability of the observed soil properties.
Thirty years in the service of cultural heritage objects in light of statistical data
Novák, Jaroslav
Pohled na ekonomické postavení tradiční (netržní) části kulturního dědictví zahrnující mimo jiné údaj o velmi nízkém stupni soběstačnosti (v roce 2017 jen necelých 26 %) zvýrazňuje potřebu veřejných výdajů, které pro ni – i přes poměrně příznivé výsledky dosažené v předcházejícím třicetiletém období – mají bez nadsázky existenční význam.
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Child and parent in the arms of digital technology
Zemanová, Helena ; Mazáčová, Nataša (advisor) ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of digital technologies in relation to toddler children, analysis of differences in education and approach of their parents. The theoretical part defines terms such as digital literacy, digital technology, parent, toddler and others, which is closely related to the topic, mentions their brief characteristics and evokes connections between them. It introduces the reader to the developmental specifics of the toddler's child and presents different styles of attitudes of parents and educators to the current nature of digital media and the subsequent impact on the chosen age group. Based on the comparison of used literature and deeper exploration of the topic, the thesis confirms the chosen hypothesis, which is the starting point for the practical task. The practical part is focused on application-didactic work, where we find a list of suitable recommendations, available programs and applications, which are a guide for parents and educators who are not fully oriented in the risks and consequences of using current digital technologies, especially the target group of children in the pre-stage. entering pre-school education.
Programming tools for development of algorithms and programs at elementary school
Dümont, Jan ; Novák, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Vaňková, Petra (referee)
The bachelor thesis is centred on an educational area algorithm development and programming at basic schools. The main aim is an overview and a description of teaching methods and programmes which promote the development of student's computional thinking. The thesis contains an analysis of researches which describes the situation of teaching algorithm development and programming at basic schools in 2006-2007 and in 2013. The analysis was realized by Department of Information Technology and Education at Faculty of Education at Charles University. Next part is a definition of basic concepts relating to this topic and at the end there are two examples of worksheets prepared for concrete methods.
The Development of Algorithmic Thinking among the Pupils of Lower Secondary Schools
Fiala, Jan ; Vaňková, Petra (advisor) ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the development of algorithmic thinking among the lower-secondary students as one of their digital competences. It is based on the principle of algorithmic thinking related to the concept of computational thinking and it searches for the ways how to develop it in pupils. The theoretical part is supported by Skinner's concept of programmed learning and with the help of gamification proposes the research based on the students' observation in one school year in which the competence is developed. The raised issue is solved by setting a complex set of teaching materials and learning activities (both in the digital environment and unplugged activities) and their partial transfer into the teaching to a virtual, algorithmic environment of the specially designed application called Prográmko. The goal of the thesis is the analysis of the possibilities of how to include the gamification and the programmed learning into the practice of the development of algorithmic thinking taught at the lower-secondary schools. The research also evaluates the applicability of the application Prográmko and the proposed set of materials provided with methodological guidelines in the practice.
Programming tools for development of algorithms and programs at elementary school
Dümont, Jan ; Novák, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Vaňková, Petra (referee)
This thesis monitors the past and current status of the educational area of algorithms and computer programming in elementary school, on the basis of research carried out at the Department of Information Technology and Technical Education of the Pedagogical Faculty of Charles University in Prague. It provides an overview of the different teaching methods and programs that contribute to the development of the skills of pupils, due to their age and skills achieved in this area. In the theoretical part of the thesis are explained the basic concepts of the topic of algorithms and programming, which follows the practical part with the use of these procedures in the ICT lessons and in other school subjects.

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