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Using computers to test
Bažantová, Zuzana ; Byčkovský, Petr (advisor) ; Škaloudová, Alena (referee) ; Chvál, Martin (referee)
The thesis provided deals with the question of computer based testing. The study contains two main parts: theoretical and empirical. It addresses two problems: what is the state of the art of computers implementation in testing (1), and what is the difference between applying two theories - classical test theory (CTT), and item response theory (IRT) in test construction, and analysis of test scores (2). The second problem has been solved both theoretical and empirical. No doubt, that computer implementation in test administration, construction, score analysis, test forms creating, and adaptive testing is very useful activity. It seems, as well, implementation of IRT in test construction and its score analysis has some advantages in comparison with CTT. On the other hand, mastering IRT is a quite difficult task, and there are strict demands to be fulfilled before IRT could be applied, too. There are principles of adaptive testing described in the study. This topic has not been described in any educational journal till today. Special software for realizing classical item analysis (ITEMAN, LERTAP 5) and for realizing IRT analysis (BILOG-MG) are presented here. To my knowledge comparison of item analysis carried out by methods based on CTT and IRT has not been presented in the Czech Republic. An analysis...
The Use of Webcasting systems in education
Novák, Milan ; Rambousek, Vladimír (advisor) ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee) ; Švejda, Gabriel (referee)
The issues discussed in this thesis are the problematics of making use of web casting systems in education. The aim of this research is the identification and analysis of web casting systems as a contemporary kind of audiovisual or multi-medial directed instructional media. A wide spectrum of properties and characteristics of web casting systems are subject to exploitation with the aim to understand their didactical specifics and possibilities of the functional use within the frame of innovation methods and techniques in education. The results of theoretical and empirical exploitation provide a solution for a model design of a web casting system. By detailing the theory of this specific area of didactical instruments, this thesis attempts to contribute to the development of information and technical education didactics and conscious of the growing importance of technologies for the support of education in the society, of knowledge and pedagogical science generally.
Teaching of solid geometry with the use of Elica - DALEST software
This thesis is focused on Dalest Elica software and its use in the stereometry education at primary school. It contains some exercises that are solved with the help of this dynamic 3D software for stereometry education at the primary school. The thesis should offer an effective look at this software issue to the educators and it should also explain why to use the Dalest Elica software in the lessons. It also contains a CD with the video manuals that describe how to use the software.
Implementation of didactic techniques in teaching of electronics
ŠTĚPÁNEK, Stanislav
The work deals with description and use of modern didactic means in education and also with practical application of e-learning system eFront. Theoretical part evaluates educational methods suitable for education of electronically specialized subjects, surveys didactic means and depicts the most used ones - dataprojector, visualiser and interactive board. Practical part deals with use of selected educational methods in specialized electronical subjects and depicts use of e-learning system eFront in educational process. It also deals with various Quiz makers possibilities and finally shows preparation for educational lesson with eFront support.
On-line experiments by physics education at basic school
On-line experiments by physics education at basic school The aim of this diploma thesis is to prove the usefulness of on-line experiments during physics teaching. The work is divided into two parts: theoretical one and practical one. The theoretical part deals with the teaching in primary schools, the possibility of the usage of informational and communication technologies, the increase of student´s motivation through new teaching methods and the student´s life in a school surrounding. The practical part consists of the experiment complex created by the set PASCO. The working sheets, which are given to some of the experiments, enable to attest the effectiveness of the chosen experiments in practice. The results of the didactic samplers to the particular classes are enclosed and described.
The Suggestion Of Working Lists For Teaching Algebraic Terms With The Support Of A Computer For Pri- mary Schools
The assignment for this thesis is called {\crqq}The Suggestion Of Working Lists For Teaching Algebraic Terms With The Support Of A Computer For Pri- mary Schools{\crqq}. The thesis is divided into four main chapters. In the first chapter I was focused on the support of a computer at a primary school, and with the theoretical issues connected with this topic. In the second part I created a manual for teachers for the program I created. The third part consists of the program itself (A computer game called Mathhill for teaching the algebraic terms at primary schools). The program consists of four individual parts. The whole program is set as a winter scene from the mountains. A menu comes up first, which is the link to the other games. The pupils choose from the links according to what they want, or according to the matter being studied. All games are animated in the same way; the only difference is the subject and the assignments that the pupils solve. Pupils fulfil the individual assignments and according to the success of their results they continue up the mountain. If the result is wrong the program does not let them go further until they get it correct. With most of the assignments pupils can use the help in the upper right corner. One link in the program doesn{\crq}t fulfil a function of the game, this link differs from the others. This one directs us to an animation of algebraic formula, which leads us to a winter mountain chalet, the equipment of which directs us into the individual animation. The first part is a computer game called {\crqq}Repetition{\crqq}; the pupils re- peat operations with numerical terms and they freshen up on the word alge- braic expression. The second part is a computer game called {\crqq}Counting With Expressions{\crqq}; pupils count examples for simplification, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing of the expressions. The last game part is called {\crqq}Slashed Expressions{\crqq}, where the pupils work in the same way until they re- ach the top of the mountain. These games are divided; therefore the teachers can use them separately. The games are equipped with the help section in case the pupils need it. The last part of the program consists of the animation of the algebraic formula. In this part I animated the individual geometrical constructions of algebraic formula that children learn at primary school. The animation can serve to support the lessons. In the last part of my work I tested the CD at a primary school and I documented and evaluated the results.
Education of Physics and Creativeness
MEŠKAN, Václav
The aim of this graduation theses is to explore one of the theme of the contemporary educational reform in Czech republic what is development of creativeness at the basic school education. This question is outlined in general terms in the firs part of the theses and subsequently developed on the subject of physics education. Special emphasis is placed on the comparing of standard creativeness developing instruments and usage of computing technologies by computer supported education what is another essential item of current education. Significant part of this thesis deals with the software for the basic school physics education and its evaluation. The theses ends with the experiment with pupils of a basic school that should compare these two creativeness developing instruments mentioned above and give impetus to another research in this subject.
Use of Derive in mathematics lessons
The aim of this thesis is the creation of model examples for teachers that can be used in mathematics lessons on basic and secondary schools. The learners are taught how to complete picture from geometry formations set with mathematics formula. This is, according my point of view, the best way how to motivate the learners of any age. The partial aim was to create a summary of theme units which can be used as a source for the pictures' creation. The whole thesis is divided into 7 chapters. Each of them consists of the introduction to the issue, a model example and exercises on the issue and their solutions.
Creating a methodical paper for using Geonext
KUBŮ, Lucie
The diploma thesis consists of four parts. The first part is theoretical and focuses on the use of PC in Math lessons, generally lessons in PC laboratory and the PC facilities of Czech schools. The second part of the thesis focuses on the Geonext programme which I have selected for its lucidity and simplicity in using the programme. Third part of the thesis describes a microexperiment, which I have conducted in 6th class of Grammar school. Exercises produced in the Geonext programme were used in this microexperiment. Exercises, which I have worked up in the Geonext programme, but did not use in the microexperiment, are described in the last part of the thesis.

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