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Teaching Aids for Teaching Biology and Ecology at Secondary Vocational Schools
Jeníková, Eliška ; Němejc, Karel (advisor) ; Martina, Martina (referee)
Twenty-three teachers of biology and ecology on secondary vocational schools expressed themselves in the case of teaching aids via questionnaire. Objective of the survey was to chart the teaching aids types that are reachable and useable and to record teachers' requests for changes in portfolio of teaching aids on their schools. Respondents also commented on obstacles they experience in using teaching aids and whether they were regularly informed about news in the field of teaching aids. Strongly higher amount of women than men was noticed within the framework of survey and all respondents stated they graduated from university with pedagogical orientation. Almost all respondents considered using teaching aids effective. The most reachable teaching aids were visual aids, while the most usable were original objects and real facts. Auditive teaching aids were considered as the less reachable and also as the most rarely used. Approximately half of the respondents were regularly informed about news in the field of teaching aids. The most noted barrier in using aids in general was the necessity of their removal. Proposed proceedings are especially a better co-operation between schools' management and biology and ecology teachers in question of purchasing or modernizing teaching aids and to build up special classrooms, so that removal of teaching aids would not be necessary.

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