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Cooperation and cognition in inclusive art education class
Mladá, Helena ; Novotná, Magdalena (advisor) ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (referee)
Thethesis is related to my bachelor'sthesisand focuseson formsofcollaboration in an inclusive heterogeneous classroom in art classes aimed at the development of social interaction, cognition and the creation of visual imagery. It aims to explore the possibilities of the collaborative process of creating visual statements as a tool for mutual cognition and communication of different forms of relating to and grasping the world around us. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to the background of inclusive art education and the social paradigm of pupils with special educational needs. A chapter on the art of collaboration is included as a context of visual art culture related to mutual knowledge and cooperation. Furthermore,the thesis elaboratesthe theme of creation as a distinctiveway of cognition,which at the same time offers possibilities of participation in the creation of the contents of collaborative art education in specific art education classes. The second part of the thesis is devoted to qualitative research carried out in a private inclusive school. The case study focused on exploring situations in art education lessons in grades 7 and 9. A cartographic method was used as a parallel to the case study design. The core of the research investigation was to observe the process of art...
I'll show you - what connect us to
Šmídová, Kateřina ; Novotná, Magdalena (advisor) ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (referee)
The thesis explores the opportunities offered by art education in supporting the social relations amongst pupils with a different mother tongue. It investigates the potential of artistic practices of art education in promoting understanding among pupils; specifically in the integration of Ukrainian pupils who have come to class without prior knowledge of the Czech language. It shows the possibilities and limits of their visual communication with the environment. Pupils with a different mother tongue have still been a marginalized group in the Czech school environment. The thesis is looking for ways to improve this situation, in accordance with the chosen research methodology of a case study with elements of action research. In the theoretical part of the thesis, the author focuses on the legislative framework, which provides a context for the social inclusion of pupils with a different mother tongue. It emphasizes cultural competence, identity, and the newly emerging concept of well-being; examines the issue of social inclusion in the school environment and the broader context of inclusive education. The practical part of the thesis answers specific research questions regarding the role of creative activities in the integration of Ukrainian female pupils. The author characterizes the female pupils...
Pupils' parents and art education: the importance of art education in the education of primary school pupils from the parents' point of view
Šilhavá, Marcela ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (advisor) ; Kafková, Helena (referee)
This diploma thesis examines the importance of art education in the education of primary school pupils from the perspective of parents. The aim of the thesis is to describe the opinions, attitudes and ideas of parents about art education in two selected schools, the issue of communication between art teacher and parents and to implement an educational project focused on cooperation between school and parents. The theoretical part is divided into three important areas related to the topic of the thesis. The first chapter deals in detail with the subject of art education and its position in the framework educational program. It characterizes its specifics and, based on research described in the literature, describes the current status of art education among other subjects and the public's views on the subject. It also discusses the time of distance learning, when art education went through a difficult period and was rather neglected. The next part is devoted to the problems of the contemporary family and the aim is to point out the specifics of individual families, which are reflected both in the life of the pupil and in the mutual communication with the school. The third chapter of the theoretical part is the topic of good communication between the school and parents, which contributes to the...
Meditation, contemplation, spirituality in art
Dunajová, Karolína ; Fulková, Marie (advisor) ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (referee)
This thesis focuses on the concepts of meditation, contemplation and spirituality in visual art. It tries to explain and describe them in the framework of artistic creation in historical and contemporary contexts, in general terms, but also in pedagogical and didactic theories and approaches. The aim of the thesis is to introduce the reader to these concepts within art, pedagogical theory and practice, and to find out how other educators work with these issues within art classes. The theoretical part describes various artistic movements, tendencies, approaches and inspirational perspectives on the themes of meditation, contemplation and spirituality through visual or performative works and artist's statements. The practical part includes the artist's approach to these themes in her own artistic elaboration of the artist's work realized outdoors. In the didactic part, specific artistic tasks and procedures are formulated, which are realized by the pupils of the Primary Art School in Štětí. The didactic work is concluded with a questionnaire survey of 23 respondents of primary and art schools. The results show how teachers work with the concepts in the school and personal level, in what ways they enrich the spiritual life of pupils in the context of teaching and where they look for suggestions,...
The readiness of students and graduates of secondary school of education for art activities in kindergarten.
Řežábková, Rozálie ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (advisor) ; Kafková, Helena (referee)
The theme of this bachelor's thesis is "The preparation of secondary pedagogy school students and graduates focusing on art activities in an infant school". The main objective is to uncover how students and graduates evaluate and assess their own readiness for performing art-themed activities in a given infant school establishment. In the theoretical section of this thesis I looked into the characteristics of secondary schools. Furthermore, I attempted to analyse and describe what methodology was used for composing art lessons on these schools. During the analysis I followed up on the Framework Education Programme for the field of preschool and extracurricular pedagogy, along with the School Education Programme; both of which are the merit of this research. Moreover, I utilized the theoretical section for my description of pre-school education, the art-themed activities in infant schools and the personality of a pre-school teacher and an art teacher. The crucial chapter of the theoretical section is the one that evaluates the readiness of students from the point of view of the professional competences and self-efficacy. I looked for the answer to the main inquiry of this thesis via a research survey on which an apt number of students, graduates and teachers of the pedagogical secondary school...
Participatory game in art education (revitalizing the phenomenon of postcard)
Andrlová, Aneta ; Raudenský, Martin (advisor) ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (referee)
The bachelor's thesis entitled "Participatory game in art education (revitalizing the phenomenon of postcard)" aims to explain the essence of postal correspondence and at the same time reminds the importance of the written text, which is currently losing its value. The theoretical part of the work examines the historical background of postcards, follows their development and the processes associated with their production, including various reproduction techniques. It also focuses on the key terminology in the industry as well as on the important postcards themselves, artists, graphic artists and collectors. At the same time, it presents the leading projects related to postcards and marginally mentions the related medium, which is the postage stamp. The practical, research part of the work includes the idea of making a postcard machine, which would allow convenient purchase and immediate sending of postcards from a specific place. People would have the opportunity to choose from a certain number of curated postcard collections, the main essence of which would be to authentically capture the spirit of the given locality. This initiative would not only support local artists who would contribute creatively to the designs of the postcards, but also allow collaboration with non-profit organizations, with...
Color as a means of expression
Flídrová, Tereza ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (advisor) ; Vartecká, Anna (referee)
This thesis explores the importance of colour in art education as a means of expression. The topic is approached from four distinct perspectives: 1) as natural material and matter, 2) as a physical phenomenon involving light, 3) as a sense-perceived phenomenon, and 4) as a subjectively perceived phenomenon and means of communication. Each standpoint is demonstrated with the work of a selected artist, including František Skála, Radka Bodzewicz, Bridget Riley, and Mark Rothko. The goal of this essay is to examine the ways in which colour is taught in art education, with regard to current educational requirements. For that reason, the didactic part of the essay takes the form of a qualitative research project, which draws on an analysis of existing educational literature, RVP ZV and ZUŠ, and semi-structured interviews with six art teachers at primary school and elementary school of art in Jindřichov Hradec, as well as 32 students. Drawing from the information gathered throughout this essay, I conducted two validated and introspective instructional lessons for the primary school and the elementary school of art on the topic of Color Creation and Color and Emotions. In the conclusion of the thesis, I summarize the information found. KEYWORDS colour, art education, artistic means of expression,...
The literary and visual component of books in pre-primary education - with a focus on the work of Daisy Mrázková.
Pohořská, Marie ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (advisor) ; Fulková, Marie (referee)
The master thesis entitled Literary and visual component of books in pre-primary education - with a focus on the work of Daisy Mrázková, is aimed at exploring the possibilities of books as a potential resource for the development of fading pre-literacy and visual literacy in preschool children. The theoretical part first considers the relationship between preschool education and pre-literacy and visual literacy. It reflects on the need to address these concepts already in preschool education. Next, the theoretical part focuses on the definition of fading pre-literacy and visual literacy, presents the possibilities of developing these literacies in children and finally relates these phenomena to the binding curriculum for preschool education. Other chapters of the theoretical part deal with the work of Daisy Mrázková - painter, illustrator and writer of children's books. First, a brief biography of Daisy Mrázková is presented, and the subsequent chapters focus on her artistic and literary work. At the end of the theoretical part, selected books by the author that were used in the research investigation are presented. The practical part focuses on the design and verification of a possible model of working with the literary and visual components of a book. This model is elaborated into individual...
About Grandfother
Soukupová, Karolína ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (advisor) ; Fišerová, Zuzana (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals briefly with the personality of prof. PaedDr. Jiri David, CSc., Art Education theoretic and pedagogue. It presents his personality via biographical method, which is explained in text. The work possesses the interviews from Grandfather's surroundings. The personal memories from my childhood are also described in the work. The didactic part is mainly focused on the topic of children's art and creativity related to Art Education. The objectives of the Framework Educational Plan (FEP) are taken into account here. The practical part of the thesis includes cycle of pencil drawings inspired by photographies from Grandfather' s life, large-format drawing with plant motifs and model of the author's book. KEYWORDS Jiří David, Art Education, Biographical Method, family, roots
Fine arts and people with visual impairments
Eiseltová, Karla ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (advisor) ; Pfeiffer, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's thesis entitled "Fine Arts and People with Visual Impairment" deals with the relation of people with visual impairment to fine art. In the theoretical part, I explain who the visually impaired person is and clarify the meaning of the visual art and give you a closer look to the subject of art education. The key part of my work is the knowledge I gained during my internship at the Jaroslav Ježek's School for the visually impaired and at the Primary School in Kostelec u Křížků. I took part in the art classes at both schools; we discussed art exhibitions, art classes, and accessibility of art for the visually impaired. The aim of my bachelor's thesis is a comparison of art education at the school for the visually impaired and the general education primary school. Furthermore I wanted to arrange correspondence between the students of both schools. The meeting will be set to take place during the next school year. KEY WORDS: visual disability, art, art lesson, haptics, exhibition, education

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