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Special Adult Education
Moravová, Tereza ; Šiška, Jan (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
Anotation This thesis analyses the process of learning of an adult person with disabilities. It focuses on the value of education as perceived by the society, and on the meaning of education for the life of an individual. The thesis presents the main paradigms in the field of adult education, especially education of persons with disabilities. The paradigms are based on requirements of life-long learning programs and of other scientific disciplines, dealing with education and guidance of adults. The thesis also gives the general characteristics of adult education as such and describes the main specifics of persons with disabilities. Keywords: Adult person with disabilities, life-long learning, andragogy, special adult education, education of adult persons with disabilities and its characteristics
Pathway to inclusion: attitudes towards inclusive education of intellectually disabled children in the Czech Republic
Soo, Suzana ; Šiška, Jan (advisor) ; Černá, Marie (referee)
A small-scale research involving a total of 39 special education teachers and parents was conducted in the city of Sumperk and Rakovnik, in the Czech Republic. Since the implementation of the Equal Education Act in 2004, the numbers of children in segregated special schools remained high and the largest number of children attending these segregated special schools are intellectually disabled. It is believed that the attitudes of special education teachers and parents are important factors in contributing to the current situation in special schools. Powered by TCPDF (
Perception of death in persons with developmental disabilities
Štaffová, Kristýna ; Šiška, Jan (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
The goal of bachelor's thesis is to describe persons with developmental disabilities who encountered death in their life. I will describe in detail their perception of death, their conceptions of death and feelings raised by death of o loved one. I expect to gain different data from major population. I will point out these differences, though I will proceed from thanatology. The goal of my bachelor's thesis is to describe how people with developmental disabilities respond to death in their surroundings. I will employ general science methods of analysis, comparison and synthesis of literature. Key words Persons with developmental disabilities, dying, death, bereaved, deceased, thanatology, mourning, grieving, grief
Young people with disabilities in foster family
Holasová, Petra ; Šiška, Jan (advisor) ; Latimier, Camille (referee)
The thesis presents the results of research focused on young, disabled people who grew up in foster families. The aim of the research is to observe the lives of these people from their own perspective and to map their life experience. The research is focused on problem areas of their lives and barriers that prevent them from achieving certain goals. The work is based on an analysis of interviews with five respondents, evaluated by means of Life Course Theory. Key words: young person, person with disabilities, foster family, Life Course Theory
Application of art therapy elements for students at high special school (practical)
Koubská, Patricie ; Valešová Malecová, Barbara (advisor) ; Šiška, Jan (referee)
Application of art therapy elements for students at high special school (practical) The theme of this bachelor thesis is the use of art therapy procedure for pupils from practical two-year high school. The aim of this thesis is to consider the possibilities of using elements of group art therapy for the development of self-knowledge, communication, for strengthening of prosocial ties and increasing of a sense of group belonging. In the narrower sense, art therapy is underwood as a fine art therapy. Theoretical basis of the thesis will be the methods of art therapy, their possibilities and procedures, developmental aspects of maturing, specifics of maturing for pupils with handicaps (mental retardation issues, specific disorders of behavior problems of pupils with social and physical handicaps). In the practical part of the thesis there is described the use of these methods in my own art lessons.
Myofunctional disorder in children
Říha, Ivo ; Klenková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Šiška, Jan (referee)
Thesis "Myofunctional disorder of children" is about myofunctional disorder with a focus on logopedics and issues of human speech. The whole work has, however, significantly multidisciplinary character. The theoretical part of the thesis is focused on orofacial complex, swallowing and speech complex in all its breadth. It is also focused on nutrition problems at an early age and on related activities. Readers can also find information about orthodontic anomalies that are directly related to myofunctional disorder. A large area is dedicated to myofunctional disorder itself - terminology, etiology, symptomatology, diagnosis, prevention and therapy. As an important section of practical part of the work serves a research on a sample of 15 children diagnosed with myofunctional disorder. The sample was subjected to qualitative analysis, where an outcome demonstrates 3 case studies demonstrating the degree of seriousness of 3 myofunctional disorders. Additionally, there is also simple quantitative analysis and its outcome is an overview chart. KEYWORDS Myofunctional disorder, orofacial, tongue, ortodontic anomalies, breast- feeding, suckling, mastification, swallowing, speech - articulation.
Use of Equine Assisted Therapy with children suffering from behavioral disorders and ADHD
Lukáš, Martin ; Valešová Malecová, Barbara (advisor) ; Šiška, Jan (referee)
Therapeutic horseback riding is one of the most popular and the most used form of animal based therapy. The term "therapeutic horseback riding" itself is very broad and it consists of four basic branches. The most used, yet least described, is the branch that has been called "pedagogical-psychological horseback riding therapy" since 2011. This branch is further divided into two sub-branches, Equine assisted psychotherapy and Horse-based activities. These two sub-branches overlap each other and are usually conducted together. With school-age children they are mostly used in cases of behavioral disorders and ADHD. The goal of the thesis is to evaluate the effectiveness of the methods with children diagnosed as such. The research was realized in "Stredisko hyporehabilitace Pirueta" which operates within the Mental Hospital in Havlickuv Brod. The method of the research was observation of five subjects within the one complete therapy unit. At the beginning and at the end of the unit the tutors of the subjects were given observational scale, which served as supplementary technique for diagnostics. Data obtained from own observation and the data gained from observational scaled matched each other approximately in 90%. During the therapy unit all the subjects improved in areas of self-confidence, self-...

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