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Pedagogical practice and stress in begining elementary school teacher
Kameník, Martin ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Kolečková, Tereza (referee)
I Abstract The main purpose of this bachelor thesis is to examine the benefits of pedagogical practice for beginning elementary school teachers in connection to experienced stress. It maps different techniques of dealing with reality over expectations and the outcomes of first involvement with the actual performance of a teacher. It determines key parts of the practice that can either help decrease or increase the amount of encountered stress. The thesis introduces a draft research of quantitative character that would detect the significance of pedagogical practice in this field using questionnaires. Keywords Beginning Teacher, Pedagogical Practice, Stress
Problematic behaviour of schoolchild in the lesson at primary school
Kafková, Pavla ; Čáp, David (advisor) ; Šírová, Eva (referee)
(in English): This bachelor's thesis deals with the problematic behaviour of primary school students in the classroom. The main aim of this bachelor thesis is to describe the causes and forms of problematic behaviour, the function of inappropriate behaviour and setting the boundaries of appropriate and inappropriate behaviour in classrooms. The bachelor thesis seeks answers to the question of why problem behaviour occurs and offers several approaches to solve such behaviour. The topic of the research project proposal is the perception of the boundary between appropriate and inappropriate behaviour by both the student and the teacher. The subject of the research proposal is mainly such problematic behaviour, which can at least partially influence the student, and which disrupts his learning process. The research consists of a qualitative and a quantitative part and its central question is whether the line between appropriate and inappropriate behaviour is perceived equally by teachers and students, or they differ in their judgment.
The meaning of salsa in the life of recreational dancers
Šafaříková, Klára ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Štětovská, Iva (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to map the meanings of salsa in the life of recreational dancers. Pair salsa dance was intentionally chosen as a representative of the so-called social dance group, which is characterized by its unique improvisation and self-expression. The theoretical part will be devoted to key topics focused on salsa dance and improvisation, phenomenon of flow, self-transcendence, expression of emotions, dance movement therapy. In the theoretical part, we were interested in other professional research with similar topics. The empirical part of the diploma thesis deals with the research topic of the importance of salsa for recreational dancers. This research served as an exploratory study of salsa, which is not yet very psychologically explored. It is a qualitative research that uses analytical procedures with elements of grounded theory. Research data were obtained through an in-depth interview with 13 informants. We interpreted the resulting information to understand the mental states and processes on multiple levels in the context of salsa and its importance in the lives of recreational dancers. From the data analysis, we created a Bio-psycho-socio-spiritual model of salsa. At the same time, we received answers to research questions, what impulses lead informants and their...
Self-efficacy of professional athletes and further application possibilities
Skopcová, Alena ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Fonville, Alexandra (referee)
This project explores the means of self-efficacy development in competitive athletes. The theoretical part of the project will include sport motivation, performance and most importantly the application of a psychological concept of self-efficacy in individual sports. Additionally, it will discuss various self-efficacy measurements and enhancement techniques in athletes. The empirical part of the project will include qualitative research which aims to explore the level of self-efficacy in modern gymnasts and verify particular techniques of self-efficacy enhancement in their training. Keywords Self-efficacy; Sport Psychology; Motivation to Sport; Imagery; Self-talk; Goal setting
The Role of a Child in a Pre-divorce and Divorce Behavior of Parents
Froncová, Lucie ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Mertin, Václav (referee)
The thesis deals with the issue of possible roles that children may play due to a pre- divorce behaviour of their parents and a divorce and a post-divorce situation. The theme of these roles, resp. their list and description of some of them are to varying degrees part of almost every publication focused on the topic of divorce, or the topic of children in it. However, none of these publications addresses this issue in sufficient depth and detail. The theoretical part of the work introduces the knowledge on this topic published so far and creates a new theoretical system, resp. organization of undesirable roles of children in divorce and post-divorce situations. The empirical work then describes a qualitative survey focused on the identification of roles in the pre-divorce and especially the divorce and post-divorce situation. 14 respondents participated in this survey. The analysis of their statements further developed and modified the created theoretical system. It also added practical examples, putting this whole theoretical concept into a practical context. Keywords divorce, role of a child, pre-divorce situation, post-divorce situation
The relationship of life satisfaction of adolescents to their parents
Zindlová, Hana ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Morávková, Kateřina (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals mainly with the topic of life satisfaction in adolescence. The thesis defines the concepts of life satisfaction and well-being and summarizes current knowledge and results of life satisfaction research in adolescents. Sources of life satisfaction are listed here. The most important psychosocial changes in adolescence are also listed below. The work also deals with the relationship of parents with adolescent children and their influence on their satisfaction with life in this period. The purpose of this work is to find out if there is a relationship between life satisfaction of parents and their adolescent children. The information used comes from Czech and foreign sources and is supplemented by information from foreign surveys dealing with the life satisfaction of adults, adolescents or the relationship of parents and adolescents. The thesis contains a proposal for research into the relationship of life satisfaction of adolescents aged 15-17 years and life satisfaction of their parents. Quantitative research is proposed and its aim is to explore this issue in Czech. The results of the research could significantly contribute to the investigation of the area of life satisfaction of adolescents in the Czech Republic and could be used to prevent the mental health of...
ADHD in girls
Mikulcová, Julie ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Kolečková, Tereza (referee)
This work deals with differences in ADHD manifestation in girls and boys and problems associated with ADHD such as problematic interaction with peers, substance use or problems with self-perception and executive functions. The work also deals with comorbidities with ADHD in girls (eg. depression, anxiety disorders or eating disorders). The aim of the research project is to gain insight into the manifestation of ADHD in girls in school environment, as perceived by teacher who have experience with these girls. This insight can potentially serve as an overview of ADHD manifestation in girls in school environment. This overview could then be used by other teachers to be aware of ADHD manifestations in girls which differ from ADHD manifestations in boys. Awareness of these differences could help in earlier help and support of girls with ADHD. Keywords ADHD, ADHD in Girls, Hyperactivity, Gender Differences, Comorbidities
Use of the short-term goal-setting method for athetes with regard to their personality traits
Nezdoba, Jakub ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Šípek, Jiří (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the possibilities of predicting success in athletes in the short- term, process-oriented goal-setting method using the NEO-FFI inventory. The first part of the thesis describes the five-factor model of personality and the possibilities of its psychodiagnostics' measurement. The second part of the thesis describes the mechanisms of the goal-setting method with rules and procedures for its effective application. The method of goal-setting is then connected in theory as well as research with a five-factor personality model using a correlation study in real conditions. The research sample consisted of 316 performance ice-hockey players aged 15 to 19 years. These players underwent the goal- setting method and the personality traits measurement using NEO-FFI. The strongest predictor of success found using the goal-setting method was the size of the selected goal. Of the personality traits, it was merely a trait extraversion, which, however, provided a relatively weak prediction option.
The PASS Theory: The assessment screening tool for parents and teachers
Háse, Lenka ; Morávková Krejčová, Lenka (advisor) ; Šírová, Eva (referee)
The PASS theory createsa new perspective not only on intelligence but also the way of thinking and learning in general. The c oncept of intelligence is expanded by Lurij a's Keywords: PASS Theory , PASS Rating Scale , Cognitive p rocesses, I nformation P rocessing T heory, Intervention
Compensatory mechanisms in individuals with lighter forms of autistic spectre disorder in relation to gender characteristics
Semrád, Martin ; Šporclová, Veronika (advisor) ; Šírová, Eva (referee)
This thesis is concerned with compensatory mechanisms used by people with a lighter form of autism spectrum disorder (shortly ASD) in social situations. In terms of ASD, compensatory mechanisms are labeled as camouflage, because they hide symptoms of autism. Camouflage can, according to research results, complicate the diagnostic process and lead to ASD not being recognized, especially in women. The theoretical part of this thesis deals with the description of today's understanding of ASD. It shows information about the diagnostic process and the symptomatics od ASD. It also describes the differences in the severity of ASD and the different symptoms of autism in men and women. The last chapter is concerned with the issue of compensatory mechanisms and camouglage in people with ASD. The empirical part of this thesis includes a quantitative research that explored the level of camouflage in 170 respondents using a translated version of CAT-Q (Camouflaging Autistic Traits Questionnaire), that was distributed online. The results show a higher level of camouflage in people with a mild form of ASD, compared to people without ASD. The research also shows that the level of camouflage in people with ASD is higher in female respondents than in male respondents. The research found a positive correlation...

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