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Meetings with seniors as an opportunity to teach younger pupils
Kudrnáčová, Nikola ; Uhlířová, Jana (referee)
Rigorous study Meeting up with the senior as an opportunity to teach pupils of younger school age is focused on intergenerational meetings of pupils and seniors in the time of a pandemic, when both of these generations were isolated from the rest of the population. Study contains 9 chapters in total. In the theoretical part in the first 8 chapters, it describes field of intergenerational learning, schooling age, andragogy, educational methods suitable with intergenerational learning, educational goals of children of younger age with the seniors, communication, media activities and their traps in the time of isolation and online schooling and the deprivation of children. In the empiric part, this study is solving the answers to four researchable questions in the qualitative research which was implemented in this case study. Researchable questions are: How does school affect educational process of children? What kind of influence has intergenerational meetings at the development of children educational process? How is the communication between the participants of intergenerational meetings? How these meetings affect the participants? What is the attitude of institutions to intergenerational meetings? When formulating the answers to these questions i took care about attaching researched discovery in...
Meetings with seniors as an opportunity to teach younger pupils
Kudrnáčová, Nikola ; Krčmářová, Tereza (advisor) ; Horská, Petra (referee)
This Master Thesis deals with the problematics of meeting younger pupils with seniors. The theoretical part of this thesis is generally about intergenerational learning, as well about intergenerational learning in different environments and other connections. I am looking for an answer to the question of whether it is attractive for teachers organize meetings of pupils with seniors in their teaching, under what conditions they do so, what prevents teachers from organizing intergenerational learning if they do not. It also deals with the current changes in families and the importance of intergenerational meetings. Practical part of the thesis is divided into three parts. The first part is pre-research, based on that we learn topicality of the topic. The main goal of the thesis, which based on a questionnaire construction, is to know if teachers think that meeting of pupils and pensioners during classes is helpful for pupils. Partial goals are to find advantages and disadvantages of those meetings and possibile examples from practice. All the partial goals are accomplished. The last practical part is about action research. This research is based on two meetings of pupils and pensioners. During this session pupils and seniors discussed, compared their lifes, their plans, dreams and exchanged advices...
Interview with witnesses in the teaching of history in primary school.
Tomanová, Kamila ; Dvořáková, Michaela (advisor) ; Zicha, Zbyněk (referee)
The aim of the thesis is the support and the development of the relationship among different generations and learning among pupils of younger age and elderly people. Teaching national history in a traditional way brings two main problems. Firstly, children learn history through abstract terms, which they are not acquainted with. It is followed by another problem, when the presentation for pupils is not in detail and they cannot imagine most of the historical situations. Memories of contemporary witnesses can help us to solve these problems, because thanks to these memories pupils can better understand historical situations. Therefore, it is necessary to find and use such a way of teaching history in the current education, which would be interesting for pupils. Such a way would encourage an interest of pupils about history and further education. Thanks to this, they can gain different points of view about the background of their family, the place of birth and also about the Czech history. Inner motivation is what we want to achieve. By using activities which stimulate pupils we can develop critical thinking while teaching history. The first part of my thesis deals with theoretical knowledge of the authors who concern with the themes of the concept of memory with all its aspects, historical thinking...
Intergenerational learning and a preschool child
RUTOVÁ, Gabriela
The subject matter of this Bachelor Thesis is intergenerational learning and preschool child. The thesis is divided into an Empirical part and a Theoretical part. The Theoretical part consists of two fundamental chapters, Intergenerational Learning and Family. The subchapters are chosen to explain and highlight an underlying theme. In regards to the chapter Intergenerational Learning, they are Definition of Intergenerational Learning, Family Learning, Upbringing in the Family, Communications in the family, Parenthood, and Grandparents and Grandchildren. In the chapter Family, they are Definition of the Family, Family Types and Family Functions. The importance of each subchapter for the given issues is clarified in each of them. The Empirical part describes qualitative inquiry as well as its course in five examined families. In each family, in-depth interviews with parents, grandparents and children were conducted. The results of the interviews were analysed using open coding. Among the most frequent categories that appeared in coding belong upbringing in various forms, common day and ordinary activities of each family and views on separated coexistence. Also, the activities grandchildren do with their grandparents and vice versa, opinions about themselves and how often they spend time together.
Teachers' development in the context of an intergenerational learning
Kokšteinová, Milada ; Dvořáková, Miroslava (advisor) ; Tureckiová, Michaela (referee)
The master's thesis is concerned with the progress of teaching staff in the context of intergenerational learning in nursery and primary schools. The thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part defines the concept of intergenerational learning and describes further connected terms. It is also dealt with the issue of the work environment and the specifics of the school organization, which distinguishes from the ordinary organization and points to the importance of the cooperation of the teaching staff. It defines the intergenerational teachings of teachers and further characterizes its forms, contents and types. The practical part consists of a research survey in the environment of schools, the respondents of which are teaching staff of nursery and elementary schools - teachers, educators, special educators, teachers' assistants and directors of these organizations. The aim of this work is to specify the conditions and critical spots in the pedagogical environment using structured questionnaires in the use of intergenerational learning in primary and nursery schools, to identify its most frequent forms and to define the contents in which it is used most often. The survey was carried out using a quantitative method in the form of a structured questionnaire on the basis of which research...
Intergenerational programs in seniors education
HLADKÝ, Jaromír
The work deals with the issue of intergenerational programmes, their position in the senior education and mapping their distribution in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part is based on the latest findings in intergenerational projects and studies conducted mainly in the last decade which are listed in utilised sources. The framework focuses on the age specifics, their needs, trends of active aging, intergenerational solidarity and inter-generational education and learning in the context of lifelong and life-wide learning, especially in terms of grandparent and grandchildren generation relation. The work is supplemented by information from online surveys. It indicates that intergenerational programs in the Czech Republic meets the objectives of international and national strategies, increasing their offer is still inadequate
Grandparents in the educational process
Matějů, Anežka ; Gillernová, Ilona (advisor) ; Mertin, Václav (referee)
This bachelor's thesis concerns relationships of grandparents and grandchildren. The theoretical part focuses at the relationships from grandparent's and child's point of view. It describes the role of grandparents in education, interactions of children and grandparents and transformation of the relationship depending on the age of the child. The thesis also examines grandparents in the role of important adult and in the concept of intergenerational learning. There is a presentation of my research project in the second part. This project is focused on the transformation of the grandparents and grandchildren relationships along with the age of the children, and different expressions of the relationships depending on the grandparent's sex.
Intergenerational Learning in Education of Preschool Children
Klinerová, Lenka ; Koťátková, Soňa (advisor) ; Hejlová, Helena (referee)
The thesis is focused on the intergenerational learning in families of preschool children. The first, theoretical part, discusses the ongoing intergenerational learning in families and possibilities of intergenerational programs outside the family. The second, practical part, examines whether and how progress the intergenerational learning in families with preschool children and deals with the parentʼs attitudes toward intergenerational program in kindergarten. Research is carried out via survey in families of children, structured interviews with parents and observation and interviews with children in kindergarten. One part of the thesis is to create the design and implementation of a project focused on intergenerational learning in cooperation of kindergarten and senior citizen home and subsequent reflection process, which arises during intergenerational activities between children and seniors from non-family environment.
Using of leisure time in families with pre-school children in the region of the city Pelhřimov
The thesis deals with leisure time in families with pre-school children in the region of the city Pelhřimov. It desribes conception of the leisure time in families with one or more children. The theoretic part talks about family, follows up its meanings and functions in human life. There is a short description of development of the family in modern time and some specifics of the families with younger preschool children too. Then there are desribed relationships in family (depending on the number of children in the family) and an intergenerational learning process. The next section is devoted to leisure time and its role in human life. We will find there a definition of a leisure time, a brief look at the historical evolution of this phenomenon in modern time and some of its specifics in contemporary family life. The work next deals with some socio-psychological characteristics of younger pre-school children with regard for leisure time. There are written some characteristics of the Pelhřimov?s region related to leisure time. The researching part of the work describes how the conception of the leisure time looks in the family of younger pre-school children in the Pelhřimov?s region. It highlights some of the differences in the conception among families with one or more children too. In a selected population sample survey was carried out using semi-structured interviews. They were then processed using a triple-coding grounded theory.

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