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Special needs of left-handers in school club
Navrátilová, Martina ; Valentová, Hana (advisor) ; Blažková, Veronika (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with left-handedness (sinistrality) in the environment of after-school clubs. The theoretical part defines sinistrality with respect to attitude to it in history, describes the types and forms of sinistrality and deals with the options how to recognize it, describes the possibilities of modern approach and support of left-handed children. It also defines the environment, functions and contents of activities in after- school clubs and describes possible support of left-handed children in after-school clubs. The goal of the practical research is to map the attitude of educators to left-handed children, to find out what kind of tools are used in the activities in clubs, to describe quality of equipment and facilities in the classrooms and also to find out what parents expect from the educators. It also looks into particular options how to support left-handed children in arts, music and physical activities in after-school clubs as well as in doing their homework and using IT devices. The hypotheses that lead the research involve parents and educators of left-handed children, whether they are aware of complications connected with sinistrality, whether the children are adequately supported, whether the communication between after-school clubs and parents works in favour of the...
Communication competencies of cochlear implant users and their school classification
Doležalová, Kateřina ; Hádková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kotvová, Miroslava (referee)
The thesis "Communication Competence of Cochlear Implant Users and Their School Placement" deals with cochlear implants problematic and communication competence of preschool aged children with cochlear implants. The thesis focuses on communication skills and school placement of children with cochlear implants. The thesis is divided into two main parts, theoretical and empirical. The theoretical part deals with the application of cochlear implant and the rehabilitation process before and after intervention. It further focuses on the communication competence and the education of implant users. The empirical part includes ten specific cases of children with cochlear implants. Apply one's mind to their language abilities such as vocabulary, understanding and grammar. The empirical part shows that cochlear implant is beneficial to the language abilities. The large part of the studied children became equal to their intact contemporaries. KEYWORDS cochlear implant, communication competence, preschool age, school placement, education, hearing impairment
Czech Cubism: Its Educational Potentialities for Gallery and School
Dušková, Šárka ; Fulková, Marie (advisor) ; Špirk, Ivan (referee)
This thesis studies the possibilities of education in the field of Czech cubism in museum and school environment. Czech cubism is a phenomenon that cannot be found in any other place in the world. The aim of this thesis is to bring this cultural monument and its basics to the primary and secondary schools and to the public. An educational programme is presented, that contains the theory, visual art assignments and an assignment booklet. The project is focused on realisation of our cultural tradition and visual art originality. KEY WORDS Czech cubism, architecture, applied arts, House of the Black Madonna, education, educational programme
The Road to Fatherhood
Škvařil, Václav ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Chrz, Vladimír (referee)
This master's thesis is focused on the experiences of men with the transition to fatherhood during the pregnancy period of the partner and the first months of the child's life. The aim of the study is to explore their experience with this period and to understand how the father identity is formed in the proces of becoming a father. The theoretical part introduces the topic of generativity as a prerequisite for parenting and psychological concepts focused on the process of becoming a father. It also discusses the subject of becoming a father in terms of different time periods: preparation for parenthood, pregnancy, childbirth and the first year of the child's life. Subsequently, it is described which biological and psychological changes occur in men in the process of becoming a father, and what changes occur in a relationship with a partner. The practical part presents qualitative research of men who have recently become fathers. Semi- structured interviews were conducted to discover their experience. The research is done within the framework of the interpretative phenomenological analysis. Analysis of the interviews has shown that the topic of responsibility and commitment to the child, the formation of father identity, fatherhood and motherhood, changes in the relationship, and the management of...
Teaching assistant and his application in preschool
Zemanová, Oldřiška ; Hanyš Holemá, Irena (advisor) ; Loudová Stralczynská, Barbora (referee)
Diploma thesis "Teaching assistant and his application in preschool" discusses the profession of a teaching assistant, his work in educating not only children with special educational needs, but also children without special educational needs and his collaboration with other educators. It deals with everything that an assistant should do and it also provides a summary of opinions and practical experiences of teaching assistants. The thesis is divided into theoretical part and empirical part. Theoretical part consists of five chapters and research part consists of four chapters. The first chapter defines the concept of a teaching assistant, the second chapter points out the differences between personal assistant, teaching assistant and school assistant. The third chapter is dedicated to the importance of a teaching assistant in inclusive education and the fourth chapter deals with cooperation between teachers and teaching assistants. The empirical part contains of the research carried out from a combination of qualitative method, which has the form of a semi-structured interviews, and quantitative method, which was done through a standardized questionnaire. A qualitative method was carried out with selected teachers and teaching assistants, whereas parents attended quantitative method too. A method...
Primary school teacher in an excluded location
Solovovová, Petra ; Krčmářová, Tereza (advisor) ; Horská, Petra (referee)
The work of teacher in excluded localities with Romany pupils is demanding, it requires a high degree of resilience, adaptability, perseverance and resilience. Children growing up in an environment of social exclusion have acquired values, habits and behavior patterns that make it more difficult for them to integrate into the school environment. A teacher from an excluded location should understand the acting and behavior of Romany pupils and help these pupils to successfully master the educational process. The aim of my work is to find out the specifics of the teacher's work in the excluded locality. The qualitatively oriented research is focused on the problems, that teachers face from Roman pupils in their education in excluded localities, their opinions on the education of Romany pupils and on their motivation to educate these pupils in an excluded location. Data are obtained using semi-structured interviews with teachers from excluded localities. The conclusion of my work is a discussion of the research results, where the information from the professional literature is compared with my personal experience and the respondents' testimonies. Keywords Socially excluded locality, Romany, Romany pupil, parent, teacher, education
Student's experience in training for proffessional practice
Jugasová, Ester ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Gigalová, Veronika (referee)
Author: Ester Jugasová Institution: Ústav sociálního lékařství Lékařské fakulty v Hradci Králové Oddělení ošetřovatelství Title: Student's experience in training for proffessional practise Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefančíková, Ph.D., Ph.D. Number of pages: 131 Number of attachements: 3 Year of defense: 2019 Keywords: general nurse, education, nursing practise, personality of nurse, adversity, stress The bachelor thesis deals with the nursing practice of students of the bachelor program of nursing and their experience during its completion. The theoretical part deals with the current education of nurses at universities and the content of their studies. Furthermore, the thesis focuses on the nurse's personality, communication between the patient and the nurse. The bachelor thesis also focuses on the issue of stress, its causes, reactions, describes the basic types of psychosomatic diseases that are related to excessive stress. Another issue is iatropatogenia, or harm to the patient by medical staff, which may be the result of overloading nurses. The thesis also deals with the burnout syndrome that can be affected by helping professions. The empirical part was carried out by the qualitative method of the research. Initially, 7 research objectives were set. In addition, 3 research groups (students,...

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