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Integration health and social services
Slavíková, Martina ; Angelovská, Olga (advisor) ; Dobiášová, Karolína (referee)
In my thesis I deal with the integration of health and social services. I introduced the issue of two/double departmental service management and their financing, there. In addition, I described the various actors involved in the integration of services, mentioned strategic documents and legislation related to the provision of health and social care. In the case study, I mapped the health and social services provided in Louny, through street-level bureaucrats I gained information about the interconnection of services in Louny and about the factors that affect the implementation of integration of services in the town. For successful implementation of integration, it is necessary to specify the users of integrated health and social services, to create a home base for them, to provide a flexible range of services and at the same time to support the informally caring families. The lack of demand for integrated services is linked to other factors such as ignorance of citizens and low participation in caring for close relatives. Street.level bureaucrats in health and social services do not know the integration of services, they do not encounter it in practice, this factor has an impact on the motivation of street-level bureaucrats to make changes in the provision of care. An important factor is also the...
Reflection of the Framework Educational Program for Basic Schools of Art in Czech Elementary Art Education
Lojdová, Jaroslava ; Nedělka, Michal (advisor) ; Ašenbrenerová, Ivana (referee) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee)
The Ph.D. thesis Reflection of the Framework Educational Program for Basic Schools of Art in Czech Elementary Art Education deals with current development of pedagogical reform and its implication in lessons of music theory at basic schools of art. It traces its historic development and changes in educational content, methods and organizational forms of education, according to resources that are at disposal. Based on the research, current pedagogical reform helped to define content and scope of work in lessons of music theory. It enabled to adjust its educational content to specific conditions and profile of individual schools, it gave new view of teaching goals and strengthened teacher's position in creation of strategic school documents. Content based, interpretation skills are complemented with understanding of music core; pupils'values and attitudes are built. Among popular teaching methods feature critical thinking, peer learning and group work, learning through demonstration and actions. The most frequently used progressive method, according to the research, is the simulation method. Based on research findings, music theory at basic schools of art is a subject to continual improvements. Currently, according to accessible resources, there is no complex teaching material that involves modern...
Comparison of selected problems of music teacher education in the Czech Republ ic and Austria
Kopřivová, Jitka ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee) ; Palkovská, Jana (referee)
The objective of the dissertation thesis is to examine selected problems in the education of secondary level music teachers that influence their professional performance, in the context of current social and education policies of the Czech Republic and the Republic of Austria. The specific issues addressed are: career benefit system, professional standards of teachers, ageing of teachers' population, social and economic status of teachers and feminisation in schools. A comparative analysis of the university curricula for undergraduate music teacher training both in the Czech Republic and the Republic of Austria forms part of the dissertation thesis. The practical research part presents the results of the research questionnaire survey of opinions of the music education university students and graduate teachers on their university training, motivation to be a teacher and depicts their problems at the beginning of their teacher's career. In conclusion, the selected problems of music teacher education are viewed by university teachers and administration workers by means of semi- structured interviews.
School choir as a mean of increasing the interest of music as well as an alternative to music education at high schools
Spiritová, Martina ; Valášek, Marek (advisor) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee) ; Pecháček, Stanislav (referee)
Abstract This dissertation is focused on music education at high schools (childern 15-19 of age). It describes experimental educational concept which is based on the principle that students do not attend common lessons of music but they are members of a choir. The piece, which they study in a choir, is a mean of learning. The text describes the legislation which is connected with music education at high schools and the current situation, it is also focused on the concept and two examples that show the practical side of it. There is also an education efffectiveness research. The main part of the dissertation contains an example of educational programme, particularly a list of pieces which is the base for realization of this cencept. The list of pieces is divided into two parts - pieces of classical music and pieces of popular music, folk songs included. The conclusion shows not just the possible disadvantages of this concept but also further visions of delivering this concept to high schools. Key words: high school, choir, experimental education, educational programme, classical music, popular music, effectiveness of education
Survey of the facial sandstone masonry of the stone coat of historic structures with the use of non-invasive analytical techniques of ground-penetrating radar
Havlín, J. ; Slavíková, M. ; Gláser, Petr ; Válek, Jan ; Pavelka, K. ; Panošová Hucková, M.
This conservation procedure includes a description of basic steps, which must be followed to use the ground-penetrating radar and to gain useful data for composition visualization of facial sandstone masonry used in historic structures. Suitable settings of the GPR device are introduced for collecting data and the way of their processing with the aid of software. The conservation procedure applies a non-invasive analytical technique of GPR when surveying stone structures and therefore it can be a useful specifying tool of particular details during the execution phase of the construction-historical survey
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Methodology of the use of non-invasive surveying methods - ground-penetrating radar, impact-echo method and ultrasonic transmission measurement of the surface to assess the condition and construction details of the sandstone coat of buildings
Havlín, J. ; Slavíková, M. ; Válek, Jan ; Pavelka, K.
The methodology describes principles of selected methods (ground-penetrating radar, impact-echo method, ultrasound), their potentials, limitations and advantages when combined during the survey of stone coats of structures. Further on, the methodology indicates the process of the measurement itself and evaluation of the collected data.
Music as a Significant Means for Speech Cultivation in Pre-School Children
Kmentová, Milena ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
This dissertation of an interdisciplinary character involves music education, music psychology, linguistics and special education. In the theoretical part of the thesis the author explains the term timbre from the musicological and linguistic perspective; characterizes timbre hearing as a musical hearing ability; introduces and compares timbre and phonemic hearing tests; describes the development of musicality and speech of pre-school children from an ontogenetic perspective, and emphasizes hearing atten- tion as a prerequisite for their advancement. The author also characterizes disruption of these abilities and describes reeducation therapies that involve elements of music education and mu- sic therapy. A field study described in the practical part of the thesis has a form of fundamental research and experiment. Research participants were 180 pre-school children. A field study is addressing the relationship between speech and musical manifestations of pre-school children with atypi- cal speech development. The aim of the experiment was to search for the most effective com- bination of music and language education with positive influence on both musicality and speech. Chapters of the thesis introduce a unique diagnostic material, experimental methodol- ogy and research outcomes. A field study...
Developing creativity of pupil at the primary school through notation software
Grobár, Martin ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee) ; Sedláček, Marek (referee)
In today's fast changing world, global development of information and communication technology significantly affects many fields of human activity including music and education. As a result, questions concerning effective using of modern technology in musical education have become a major topic within the pedagogical community. Presented dissertation thesis examines utilization of notation software as a modern teaching tool. The software was specifically used to further improve musical creativity of pupils at secondary school (grades 6 to 9). The very first part of the thesis focuses on research framework, contemporary musical technologies, and available notation software tools. A special attention was drawn to MuseScore software that was used in the research. Last but not least, this part of the thesis outlines vital facts connected with musical creativity field of knowledge. Second part of the thesis is dedicated to author's research and starts with determination of project scope, goals, and basic working hypothesis. The actual research was carried out in several phases with subsequent real-life verification of acquired results. Main research work included development of experimental musical teaching methodology for children in sixth grade. Here, the notation software was used as a tool for stimulated...
Music Performance Anxiety and Its Prevention in The Education System
Stevanović, Ena ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee) ; Nedělka, Michal (referee)
Music performance anxiety (MPA) is one of the most frequently reported problems among music students and professional musicians. It can potentially cause severe performance impairment and distress. Possible contributing characteristics are low musical self-efficacy, low self-esteem, inadequate preparation and previous performing experiences. The aim of the theoretical part of this study was to explain the phenomenon of MPA from various perspectives and with all its manifestations; to describe its psychological, social and educational contributing factors and to offer an analysis of coping strategies that could be used in the education system. The aim of the research project was to investigate the relationship between MPA, self-esteem and self-efficacy; to examine possible differences in the levels of MPA, self-efficacy and self-esteem between music students studying in three different higher education institutions, and to determine whether such differences could be attributed to their different educational experiences. Surveyed participants were 53 (quantitative study) and 10 (qualitative study) music students studying in the Manhattan School of Music in New York, the Music Academy in Prague and the Music Academy in Zagreb. Research data were collected using both quantitative (Rosenberg Self-Esteem...
Christian Rituals and Substitute Rituals with Reference to Social Situation in Czechoslovakia of the 2nd Half of the 20th Centrury
Slavíková, Milena ; Tichý, Radek (advisor) ; Kotas, Jan (referee)
The thesis in its first part describes the evolution of rituals in general from the anthropological point of view. The focal topic of the thesis is an attempt to explain the reasons for arising of other non-Christian rituals in the course of history, with special emphasis on rituals of the 2nd half of the 20th century in Czechoslovakia, mainly of the period of the totalitarian regime. The thesis aims to ask about legitimacy of substituting Christian rituals, whether they have been just mere substitution or whether we can regard them as complementary or paralel rituals. Last but not least the thesis inquires into specificity and irreplaceability of Christian rituals. Keywords Secular Rituals, Religious Rituals, Liturgy, Christianity, Comunism.

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