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Pasparta - publishing company with aim to inform about autism spectrum disorders
Ullsperger, Adam ; Halada, Jan (advisor) ; Čeňková, Jana (referee)
This bachelor thesis has aim to introduce Nakladatelství Pasparta publishing house, which orients its creative power on improving the public's knowledge about Autism Spectrum Disorders. The first chapter defines the term publishing house and describes a brief history of publishing business in Czech lands. The second chapter contains detailed information on its founding, its characteristics and contains a chronological overview of its creation, divided into four categories: Fiction, For Children, Specialised literature about autism and Psychology. This review ends in June 2019, but also includes unpublished literature and a brief introduction to future plans of Pasparta. This part is also about Pasparta's social enterprise for employing autistic persons. The third chapter describes how the whole cooperation works in practice and legal terms. It also contains a description of the publishing author's team and comes up with motivational issue of this whole project. The last part is about awards that Pasparta have won throughout its existence.
Development of the labor and education market according to contemporary social and futurological sciences
Holek Převorovská, Michaela ; Balon, Jan (advisor) ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee)
: The thesis focuses on the topic of the future of education and labor markets, which follows through the perspective of two scientific perspectives - social sciences and futurological sciences. The aim is to describe the view of these two disciplines on the future development of these two specific markets and to map the expected scenarios of the future development. The view of both disciplines is presented through qualitatively elaborated professional periodicals. The main topic addressed by the authors of both scientific disciplines was the impact of technological progress on the future of the labor markets and changes in the disappearance and creation of jobs. Another important element is connectivity and sharing. They enable modern digital platforms, information, procedures, education, overcome time and space constraints, and can be used by anyone with access to the necessary technology. Keywords: education, labour market, professes, skills, images of the future, modernization, development
Analysis of modern society. Are media dangerous for education or their big opportunity?
Vencl, Josef ; Pelcová, Naděžda (advisor) ; Zicha, Zbyněk (referee)
Diploma thesis stands on the theory of the modern information society, as is reflected by the modern philosophy. The first part analyzes the theoretical fragmentation of the world, education and technology. Education because of its dependence on different interests (mainly economic), technology for its threat of real destruction of personality but, on the other hand, its necessity for the society and its further development. The thesis looks for a place for technology in modern society and education. KEYWORDS modern society, information society, learning society, education, training, knowledge, world
Philosophy of education and the question of teaching ethics
Randová, Michaela ; Zicha, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Hlaváčková Fleischerová, Andrea (referee)
The Thesis deals with possibility of teaching ethics. It explores philosophy of education and ethics. Basic question is whether it is even reasonable to teach ethics. Thesis also reflects the essence and nature of upbringing and education. In final chapter the thesis comes to synthesis of philosophy of education and ethics. Points of focus from previous chapters are merged together and author tries to show a path with elementary starting points. Author concludes that ethics can be taught by philosophical discussion, thinking and by combined discovery of theoretical philosophy. Ethics that grows from philosophical thinking and thinking process itself may develop the ability of students to pose important questions and deeply reflect ethical issues. They establish ethical outlook and inner understanding. They aim for uplifting the listeners, to shake their human psyche, to stir unrest in their souls. Goal of teachers of this subject is to challenge current certanties. Teachers have the possiblity to teach their students to think philosophically by introducing them to philosophical thinking, where thinking is defined as "Thinking in bigger picture". Keywords Ethics, Ethical Education, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy, Education, Philosophical Reflection, Ethical Dimension of Teaching
Education of immigrants in Sweden and Czechia
Vosejpková, Tereza ; Weiss, Tomáš (advisor) ; Matějka, Ondřej (referee)
Sweden is known as immigration country for a few decades already, but the number of immigrants has rapidly grown during the last years making Sweden one of the European countries with the greatest share of immigrants on total population. In opposite, Czechia is far behind traditional immigrant countries with its number of newcomers, but after joining the European Union, the country has transformed from emigrant to transit and later even to immigrant state with the greatest number of newcomers among Central European states. With immigration, the issue of new minorities and their relation with the majority of society have appeared. The policy of education plays a crucial role in this issue because it has the potential to form society and affect all generations including immigrants. The aim of the thesis is to analyse possibilities of education if immigrants with the emphasis on integration in the education system and compare both countries thorough legislation, observation and interviews with representants of primary schools. The hypothesis that the Swedish approach to immigrant education is more developed than the Czech one was approved by greater possibilities of Swedish newcomers, especially in the education of mother tongue, obligation of Swedish language courses, and flexibility in integration...
Education in the company Sellier & Bellot a.s.
Křížová, Jana ; Šafránková, Jana Marie (advisor) ; Tureckiová, Michaela (referee)
This rigorous thesis deals with an education system in the company Sellier & Bellot a.s.. The goal of this thesis is to analyze and evaluate the strategy and politics in the educational department of Sellier & Bellot a.s. and then to offer solutions to improve educational system of the company. The theoretical part of this thesis is focused on company education from the point of view of educational area, requirements and factors of company education. Furthermore, there are described phases of company education. In the practical part of this thesis is an introduction of the company Sellier & Bellot a.s. Through an analysis of company documents, interviews with the heads of the company and employee questionnaires are established the rates of chosen educational factors of employees of the company. Based on these results are offered solutions to improve contentment of the employees with the educational system of this company.
Policy of Inclusive Education: Result of Advocacy Coaltitions?
Durdová, Karolína ; Hiekischová, Michaela (advisor) ; Mouralová, Magdalena (referee)
The topic of this diploma thesis is the development of the policy of inclusive education in the Czech Republic from the 1990s to 2018. Its objective is to describe this development and at least partially clarify the reasons for the controversy created by this policy and the increase in the public interest about this topic after the amendment of the education law in 2015. Using the process tracing method, it is testing if these reasons can be described by the theory of the advocacy coalition framework. The work finds out that considering the set hypotheses the explanation using this theory cannot be disproved. During this testing, main actors are identified and divided into advocacy coalitions. Therefore, an overview of the theory of advocacy coalition framework is included in this work, set in the context of the inclusive education policy, together with a quantitative media analysis looking at the number of relevant articles in the three most-read newspapers, a description of the interviews with the involved actors and an extensive qualitative analysis of available resources. In the last part of this work, there is an attempt to suggest measures that could at least partially calm down the discussion about the current inclusive education policy. The attachment to this work includes the scenario...

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