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Mediation learning experience within parents - children interactions
Šinkner, Filip ; Morávková Krejčová, Lenka (advisor) ; Gillernová, Ilona (referee)
This thesis presents a draft of a diagnostic tool, intented to use to analyze mediated learning experience ("MLE") in the interactions of parents and school aged children. The first chapter deals with historical roots of MLE and theoretical concepts, which inspired Reuver Feuerstein, author of MLE. Next chapters of the thesis are giving insight to MLE parameters and connecting the parameters to the contemporary knowledge from psychological practice. The thesis is also focused on MISC approach, created by Pnina Klein, which hasn't been described yet in the czech psychological literature, even though it is based on MLE and it is commonly used in foreign research and interventional programmes. The thesis describes the structure of MLE and possibilities of it's uses. At the end of the theoretical part of the thesis, methods, based on MLE theory, used in the Czech republic, are described. Contemporary methods of analyzing interactions of parents and children are also mentioned. Research project of the thesis was focused on designing a draft of a specific form of a diagnostic tool Observed Interactions of Mediated Learning Experience (Pozorované Interakce Zkušenosti Zprostředkovaného Učení - "PIZZU"). It's contents and graphic form was created in cooperation with pedagogues and psychologists. Creating PIZZU...
Psychological analysis and comparsion of classical and modern fairy tales
Šinkner, Filip ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Štětovská, Iva (referee)
This thesis deals with the psychological analysis of modern and classic fairy tales and their role in children's mental development, especially in children of preschool age. In the literature-survey section it is focused on the definition of the concepts of modern and classic fairy tales and on the presentation of the theories of the analysts who have studied this topic, such as e. g. Bruno Bettelheim and Marie-Louise von Franz. Furthermore, this work provides a brief overview of areas which are important for preschool children and offers several perspectives on why fairy tales are important at this stage for the optimal development of the child, and which conflicts they can help them solve. The research proposal covers the benefits and practical use of modern and classic fairy tales in educating and working with preschool children. The opinions of three samples of experts on this group - parents, educators working in nursery schools and educational psychologists - are explored using semi-structured interviews.

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