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Self - concept in Adolescence
Hoferková, Eva ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (advisor) ; Viktorová, Ida (referee)
The aim of the thesis on the topic of Self-concept in adolescence is to clarify the construct of self-concept from the perspective of personality psychology, because self-concept is an individual specific characteristic of human personality and its meaning is unquestionable. In the course of human ontogenesis, self-conception gradually develops, and forms based on acquired knowledge about itself and has its differences in each developmental period. The work is focused on the period of adolescence and therefore also presents typical features of self-concept in adolescents. The end of compulsory schooling is an important milestone in the life of adolescents, which relates to the process of choosing a profession that his work is associated with school success. The empirical part focuses on finding out whether there is a relationship between the self-concept of school success and the choice of future profession in adolescents. In this respect, it is essential that the way in which adolescents experience and evaluate their own school success can affect the career choice process. The objectives and research questions were set for the quantitative research. A standardized SPAS questionnaire examining the self-concept of school success was used as a diagnostic tool to obtain data, as well as a...
Collaboration of teachers and parents
Nováková, Barbora ; Viktorová, Ida (advisor) ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (referee)
The subject of this thesis is teacher-parent communication and cooperation with school management within this communication. The research took place in two Prague schools, high school and grammar school. Qualitative methods were applied for the analysis. Data were acquired via in-depth interviews with six teachers and two school psychologists. The main goal of the empirical research was to map how teachers perceive communication with parents and assess cooperation with school management in this communication. The results of the analysis suggest that there are many similar elements in teacher-parent communication. The communication usually takes place during formal class meetings with parents and via group e- mails. In case of problems teachers contact parents by phone or meet them individually in person. The variability in the category content of one teacher and in the frequency profile of the other teacher seems to be closely related to the risks associated with communication. One of the risks is crossing the boundaries of school competence by parents. In the latter case, there was a vague delineation of boundaries and the confluence of school and family competences. KEYWORDS School, family, socialisation, communicarion, competences, support
Speech development
Beránková, Eva ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (advisor) ; Špačková, Klára (referee)
My thesis is focused on children's speech development, agend 3 - 4. The aim of my work was to research on which basis children learn to speak nowadays and compare my results with the research evidence of Prof. Václav Příhoda. In the theoretical part of my work, there are some important definitions, description of speech development by Václav Příhoda and also some other authors. There are also another factors which have an impact on speech development. The practical part was being realized by collecting data by the electronical questionaire to parents and also through the observation of 10 chosen children. The collected data were sorted by the PC programme. The results conclude in chat age the different developmental speech stages happening and it also shows the differences with the research of Prof. Václav Příhoda. In the research part there are some differences being discovered between mine and Příhoda's results. Many children nowadays start to use correct inferior sentences between 3 - 4 years, unlike the children who were the part of Příhoda's research. A few children from my research sample start to use the conjecture sentences after the age of 3. KEYWORDS speech, speech development, communication, different development of speech, speech development stages
Burnout syndrome of teachers
Vaňková, Lenka ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (advisor) ; Michálková, Lucie (referee)
The diploma thesis is concerned with the burnout syndrome in the case of teachers at elementary schools in Prague. The main target is to define the rate of burnout among teachers according to the grade of the school, level of education and the length of their practice. Also their sex and age were evaluated. The thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part deals with the specifics of teachers' profession with their extra requirements. There is drawn a comparison between the teachers at the 1st and the 2nd grade focused on the difficulty of their profession connected to the burnout syndrome. There are also defined the stressful situations which influent the burnout syndrome. The problem of burnout syndrome is described in general and aimed at the teachers, too. The practical part contents the empirical research of data obtained from the written questionnaire - quantitative method. The data were processed and analysed with a computer programme. I checked the result reliance on sex, age, level of education, length of practice and the grade of the school where the teacher affects. I compared my results with specialized literature. The results of the research have shown that the burnout syndrome is influenced by sex, level of education and the grade of the school. On the other hand it is not...
Future Career Ideas - T he Story of a Private High School Junior Year Students
Lukášová, Hana ; Klusák, Miroslav (advisor) ; Vacek, Pavel (referee) ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (referee)
The study is based on the assumption that J. L. Holland's typology of personalities and work environment can be taken for the mainstream theory regarding the issue of career planning. The essential question of this research is whether and to what extent Holland's theory and the concepts implemented in its consulting practice are already premeditated in the minds of contemporary adolescents, namely of thirty-two junior year students attending a private secondary school in Prague. The main source of empirical data comes from semi-structured interviews conducted by the author from the perspective of a school psychologist. The application of qualitative analysis led to the determination of three fundamental concepts of professional future. The trio provides a guide for interpreting both the ways in which respondents further evolve the self-aware part of their mindsets they have decided to professionalize and the complications that may accompany such process. During the analysis it was revealed that besides the pursuit of information in an attempt to determine one's individual place in the world the process of career decision-making contains a strong emotional dimension accompanying such pursuit.
Self-efficacy and burnout syndrome among teachers in primary schools
Topková, Petra ; Smetáčková, Irena (advisor) ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (referee)
Annotation: Teching is a profession burdened with high working stress that can in long term lead burnout syndrome. However, not all teachers suffer from burnout. They can be protected by factors as is for example teacher self-efficacy or social support. This bachelor theses is concerned with burnout syndrome among primary school teachers and also with the relationship between this phenomenon, teacher self-efficacy and social support. Theoretical part concludes theoretical ground according to authorities in the field and findings from previous research. The purpose of the empirical part is to develop an instrument for measuring teacher self-efficacy and to explore the relationship between burnout syndrome, teacher self-efficacy and social support. A questionnaire consisting of five parts was used: anamnestic part, Shirom-Melamed Burnout Measure, teacher self-efficacy questionnaire, SVF 78 and ESSI. Negative correlation was found between burnout, teacher self-efficacy and social support. No differences were found between women and men. Differences in teacher self-efficacy and social support were found between teachers with high burnout scores and teachers with low burnout scores. Keywords: burnout syndrome, social support, primary school teachers, teacher self-efficacy
School readiness assessment
Orlíková, Vendula ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (advisor) ; Špačková, Klára (referee)
ORLIKOVA, V. Evaluation of readiness for admission to primary school. Prague 2015. Diploma thesis. Charles University in Prague. Faculty of Education. Psychology department. The first chapter defines the concept of school maturity and readiness. The second chapter lays down the general criteria of child's maturity for primary school. It deals with pupil's physical, and especially psychical readiness for school. The third chapter describes several means of diagnosing school maturity and readiness by various methods and tests. The empiric part of the thesis deals with awareness of criteria of school maturity at selected schools and the means of their application for evaluation of readiness for admission to school. It also includes characteristics of the selected schools, used methods of research and results of the conducted research. In the last part of the thesis, there is a discussion and a conclusion. KEYWORDS Criteria of maturity, enrollment, evaluation, primary school enrollment
Burn-out of teacher's
Petříková, Olga ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (advisor) ; Michálková, Lucie (referee)
ABSTRAC The theme of this dissertation work is teachers' burnout syndrome. The theoretical part contains information from scientific literature concerning terms: burning out, exhaustion and stress, and shows their causes and symptoms. Teacher's personality is described from points of view of typology, professional demands, burnout syndrome and it is also explained how to prevent this syndrome. The empirical part of the work is represented by the research on various types of Prague schools. The standardized questionnaire Burnout Measure adopted from authors Ayal Pines and Elliot Aronson is used on that matter.
Enter a Gifted Child to School
Votrubová, Alena ; Hříbková, Lenka (advisor) ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (referee)
This bachelor thesis presents a case study of a gifted child under six years old entering a school. The aim is to identify the positive and negative aspects of a child's adaptation to school. My project focuses on the following research questions: 1. How a child under six years old adapts to a social group in the first class? 2. How does a child under six years old manage the demands of learning in the first class? To this purpose, I record the personality traits and social manifestations of the gifted child and relate them to the school teaching. Furthermore, I monitor the child's adaptation to the new environment, school work, teacher and peers. In the given case study, I observed the child in the classroom during the period September to December 2011 (in total 30 teaching hours) and conducted interviews with the classroom teacher, gifted child, and his parents. The data were processed qualitatively using grounded theory approach. The obtained findings were further analysed and confronted with the scientific literature. Data analysis showed that the observed child managed the learning requirements well and that his case resulted in successful premature training. The research also showed that the gifted child under six years old adapts well to the first grade social group, despite some minor...

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