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Subjective evaluation of training courses in the field of inclusive physical education by primary school educators
Šírerová, Karina ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Nováková, Pavlína (referee)
Title: Subjective evaluation of training courses in the field of inclusive physical education by Primary school educators Objectives: The main objective of the diploma thesis is to examine the subjective evaluation of inclusive PE training courses by the Primary school educators. Methods: The subjective evaluation of postgraduate education in the field of inclusive PE by the educators of Prague Primary schools was surveyed through empirical research, which was carried out within the Movement for Inclusion Project. An anonymous survey of our own design containing 22 survey questions was used to monitor the opinions and attitudes of Primary school educators. A total of 19 respondents (18 women and 1 man), who met the requirements for inclusion in the target research group, completed the survey via Google Forms. Results: According to the thesis, all participants in the research have perceived an increase in competencies for working with SEN (specific educational needs) pupils. Furthermore, the advantages and disadvantages of full-time and distance forms of additional training were mapped. The participants (except three) agreed that they had studied the course books sent as part of distance training courses. Respondents consider the desire to enrich their existing knowledge to be the greatest...
Inclusion of pupil with cystic fibrosis in physical education
Kyndlová, Tereza ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: Inclusion of a pupil with cystic fibrosis in physical education Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to point out through case studies the possibilities of inclusion of a pupil with cystic fibrosis in physical education and to investigate the influence of physical applied activities on pupil's physical abilities. Part of the research was also working with a girl in physical education classes. Methods: Due to the uniqueness of the disease, was chosen for this thesis the method of a case study of schoolgirl aged 12 with CF. Methods of data collection included interviews with pupil's mother, teacher and teaching assistant, questionnaires, observations and MABC-2 test set. Results: We found out, that the inclusion of a pupil with CF is possible, but it is necessary to have prepared alternative methods and modification of physical activities in order not to damage the health of the individual. The individual approach to the student in class also proved to be effective. The research shows that physical activities as a part of physical education have a positive effect on some motor skills of a pupil with CF. Keywords: integration, cystic fibrosis, joint education, primary school, physical activities
Evaluation of the spasticity level in wheelchair bound individuals observing movement in a virtual reality environment
Chalupová, Zuzana ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Pánek, David (referee)
Title: Evaluation of the spasticity level in wheelchair bound individuals, observing movement in a virtual reality environment Objective: Investigate whether people watching movement in virtual reality, experience changes in the level of spasticity due to intervention of the therapeutic programme. Methods: A pilot study was orchestrated with probands diagnosed with spastic paraplegia due to an incomplete spinal cord lesion. Seven probands have partaken in the study (5 men and 2 women) aged 49 ± 8 years. All probands were clients of Centrum Paraple, where they have been undergoing a regular rehabilitation programme. In addition to their regular programme they have undergone a virtual reality therapeutic programme, where each intervention consisted of 10 minutes spent in a therapeutic virtual environment. 3 probands resigned after the first intervention. Interventions were organized into 5 consecutive days. The levels of spasticity were evaluated by a modified Tardieu scale on plantar flexors of both ankles and knee joints of both lower limbs. Furthermore, a modified, subjective spasticity scale was created in order to observe individual, subjective inputs of each proband. Using this scale, probands evaluated their feelings towards individual spasticity changes on a scale 1-10 (0 = no spasticity, 10...
Postural stability in adults with Down syndrome
Ležíková, Marie ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Hráský, Pavel (referee)
Title: Postural Stability in Adults with Down Syndrome Objectives: The goal of the thesis was to compare postural stability in individuals with Down syndrome and the control group comprising of healthy individuals, and to compare postural stability in adult men with Down syndrome and adult women with Down syndrome. Methods: The empirical part of the thesis was based on data collected from a pressure sensing platform MobileMat 3140 by Tekscan. The study was made up of 52 probands (30 men and 22 women). The probands were separated into the experimental and the control group based on their Down syndrome diagnosis. The experimental group consisted of 11 men and 15 women, with the average age being 38,4 ± 8,7 years, the average height 156 ± 7,2 cm, and the average weight 75,1 ± 16,2 kg. Similarly, the control group consisted of 11 men and 15 women, with the average age being 38,8 ± 9,2 years, the average height 175 ± 10,1 cm, and the average weight 78,9 ± 14,5 kg. The participants were measured in four modifications of the bipedal stance: wide base of support with the eyes open; wide base of support with the eyes closed; narrow base of support with the eyes open; narrow base of support with the eyes closed. Each measuring session took 30 seconds. Results: Six parameters of postural stability were...
Evaluation of the spasticity level in wheelchair bound individuals, observing movement in a virtual reality environment
Chalupová, Zuzana ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Pánek, David (referee)
Title: Evaluation of the spasticity level in wheelchair bound individuals, observing movement in a virtual reality environment Objective: Investigate whether people watching movement in virtual reality, experience changes in the level of spasticity due to intervention of the therapeutic programme. Methods: Two case studies were orchestrated, both of probands diagnosed with spastic paraplegia due to an incomplete spinal cord lesion. Both probands did undergo a therapeutic programme in virtual reality, where each intervention consisted of 30 minutes in said programme. Interventions were organised in 10 consecutive days in the case of the first proband and 5 consecutive days in the case of the second. The levels of spasticity before and after each intervention were taken into account and evaluated by a modified Tardieu scale on plantar flexors of both ankle and knee joints of both lower limbs. Furthermore, a modified, subjective spasticity scale was created in order to observe individual, subjective inputs of each proband. Using this scale, probands evaluated their feelings towards individual spasticity changes on a scale 1-10 (0 = no spasticity, 10 = unbearable spasticity sensations). This evaluation took place before and after each individual intervention. Results: Seven hypotheses were defined in...
The Effect of Exercise Intervention on Physical Fitness and Quality of Life in Patients after Bariatric Surgery
Pacholíková, Pavlína ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Vilikus, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: The Effect of Exercise Intervention on Physical Fitness and Quality of Life in Patients after Bariatric Surgery Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the effect of a three-month physical intervention on the physical fitness and quality of life in patients after bariatric surgery. Compare the measured values from six-minute walk test (6MWT) and the questionnaire survey of quality of life between the group undergoing exercise program and the group of non-exercise patients. Methods: The diploma thesis was constructed as a quasi-experiment. A six-minute walk test, a visual analogue pain scale, a Borg scale and a standardized IWQOL-Lite questionnaire were used to asses physical fitness and quality of life. The study involved 28 patients (8 undergoing an exercise program, 20 non-excercisers). The groups were measured before the planned bariatric surgery and about 3-4 months after the surgery. For the analysis of final values, the Microsoft Excel and its add-in Realstatistics was used. Results: In patients undergoing the exercise program, the VAS on average decreased of 2,04 cm, 6MWT improved on average of 42,75 m, and quality of life of 34 points. In non-exercise patients there was an average decrease in VAS of 0,08 cm, an increase in 6MWT of 41,45 m and an increase in quality of life...
Changes of vital capacity of lungs in swimmers with Cerebral palsy after different types of swimming training
Koroleva, Alena ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Šteffl, Michal (referee)
Title: Chages of FVC among cerebral-palsy-diagnosed para swimmers in various types of training Objectives : The aim of the thesis was to find out how significant is the VC value's change after various types of training among six para swimmers diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Methods: Six PARA PLAVÁNÍ PRAHA swimmers participated in the study with the age ranging from 22 to 37 years old. The personal spirometer was used to obtain all the data during athlete's training. We measured the data in three different training types' subgroups. Each swimmer was measured six times, two times during each phase of the training which in total lasted 30 minutes. Results: We measured the values of FVC and FEV1 of all the probands during different types of training.The values in technical training ranged from 3,13 to 7,51 litres in the FVC and 3,13 to 4,68 litres in FEV1. Furthermore we can clearly see the increase of the average FVC value by 16,1% and decrease of the FEV1 value by 3,4%. During the aerobic training the values of 2,66 to 6,11 litres FVC and 2.63 to 4,6 litres FEV1 were achieved. After the training the decrease by 1,1 % and the increase by 3,7 % in average can be seen respectively. During anaerobic training we measured the FVC values from 3,04 to 7,25 litres and only the 0,02 % increase and the FEV1...
The influence of a combination of exercise and omega-3 fatty acids supplementation on a memory in elderly
Kořínek, Mikeš ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Vařeková, Jitka (referee)
Title: The influence of a combination of exercise and omega-3 fatty acids supplementation on a memory in elderly Objectives: The main aim for this thesis is to detect through already collected data from a screening test POBAV on the occasion of the EXODYA study, if supplementing omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in combination with exercise has any effect to elder women cognitive functions - mainly memory. Methods: A group of 71 senior women aged 56 to 80 years (mean 70.75 ± 4.41) with a BMI of 19.8-38.1 (27.2 ± 4.01) was divided into 3 groups. The first group (N = 27) underwent a 4-month exercise program and supplemented with omega-3 fatty acids in Calanus tablets. The second group (N = 24), in addition to exercise, received placebo in the form of sunflower oil tablets. Third, the control group (N = 21), did not exercise or supplement. All groups were measured for memory status before and after the research using the POBAV screening test. Results: The measured data in both exercise groups showed significant statistical differences. The omega-3 fatty acid supplementation group in showed the best results in measuring memory. 70% of the senior women of this group, managed to increase the value of POBAV after the training period. The placebo group increased in 50% of senior women and in the control...
The influence of 3-month exercise program on postural stability in individuals after bariatric surgery
Mašková, Kateřina ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Vilikus, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: The effect of movement program on static postural stability in individuals after bariatric surgery Aims: The aim of this diploma thesis was to find out whether a three-month regular exercise program including strenght and aerobic training has an impact on static postural stability in obese individuals who underwent bariatric surgery. Methodology: The special part was written on the basis of data obtained from posturographic measurement of obese patients who underwent bariatric surgery. The static postural stability was measured using pressure plate a MobileMat from Tekscan. Participants were measured before surgery and approximately 4 months after surgery. A total of 30 subjects aged 31-65 years with BMI values between 35-55 kg/m2 (obesity class II and III) who underwent initial and exit examination including stabilometry, were included in this diploma thesis. They were divided into 2 groups, first group participating in a three-month exercise program (n = 10; age 51 ± 7.3 years; BMI 41.7 ± 6.4 kg/m2 ) and a group undergoing bariatric surgery only (n = 20; age 48 ± 9, 4 years; BMI 43.6 ± 6.5 kg/m2 ). The exercise program included exercise three times a week: once a week one-hour strength training and one-hour aerobic group training, and at least once a week home intervention. Results: In...
Relationship of quality of life and hardiness, relisience and grit in parahockey and wheelchair rugby players
Jiskrová, Markéta ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Pavlová, Ilona (referee)
anglicky Objectives: This thesis aims to investigate whether we can predict the general and sport- specific quality of life of athletes with physical disabilities based on selected positive psychological constructs (resilience, hardiness and grit). Method: Forty players of para ice-hockey and wheelchair rugby (of which only two were women) underwent this study. The data were obtained by a questionnaire, compiled by Professor Martin from Wayne State University, which contains six parts: general information, life satisfaction, grit, resilience, sports engagement and hardiness. The "translation and reverse translation" method was used to translate the questionnaire. We used the statistical program IBM SPSS 2200 to analyze the obtained data. Results: Life satisfaction can be best predicted on the basis of hardiness (R = 0.686), but also resilience (R = 0.496) and grit (R = 0.340). We can predict sports engagement only based on resilience (R = 0.374). We recommend searching for other possible positive constructs that could better predict sports engagement. Key words: quality of life, sport engagement, life satisfaction, resilience, hardiness, grit, para ice hockey, wheelchair rugby

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