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Growing Microgreens in Nursery Schools
Kapuciánová, Karolína ; Jančaříková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Loudová Stralczynská, Barbora (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on the topic of cultivating microgreens in nursery school. Microgreens are young plants of various species of vegetable, that are grown in soil and are harvested approximetely after ten days. The simplicity of growing microgreens makes it an appropriate activity for preeschool-age children. Besides rewarding the children with nutricious food, it brings children the oppoturnity to develop key competences and pre- literacies. The theoretical part is an information base for growing microgreens in kindergarten conditions. It describes cultivating plants in kindergarten, it deals with historicaly, legislatively and didactic point of wiew and also describe kinds of microgreens, possibilities of use and cultivation procedures suitable for kindergarten. The aim of the diploma thesis is to present the possibility of growing microgreens in nursery school with preschool children. The empirical part focuses on the design and implementation of a set of activities in which children in kindergarten grow microgreens. In addition to cultivation, other activities are also included, in which children use the topic of microgreens in individual stages of growth. The set of activities aims primarily on reaching environmental education goals and is created using a logical model. It is...
Environmental education on primary school
Jančaříková, Kateřina
The proposed doctoral thesis has been created with the aim to create a new modern concept of Environmental Education at primary schools, a concept that would reflect the changing conditions at schools and react to the changes in the behavioural patterns of the pupils (see Att 1/7). Czech Environmental Education bears all the signs of a "good programme": it has tradition, teachers, gurus, international contacts, a history, and a future (Činčera, 2007). A scientific thesis however cannot be content with (mostly) intuitive theories the way Czech Environmental Education has been. For the newly emerging Environmental Education field, there is the natural tendency to revise and scientifically suppport all of the generally accepted truths, to verify the methodology, conduct evaluation and self-evaluation, and sometimes to try to discover the undiscovered. The proposed doctoral thesis aims at revising, discovering and innovating the research fields of Environmental Education at primary schools. As a scientific basis, Grounded Theory was used (Strauss, Corbin, 1998). Quantitative validation was used (triangulation - see Denzin, 1989). The research project was conducted in five closely connected phases.
The Use of Animals in Ecocentres to Educate Students in Primary Education
Srpová, Lucie ; Jančaříková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Modrý, Martin (referee)
The theses is dealing with use of animals in programes of enviromental educations in rating students in primary school which is realizing by center of enviromental and ecological educations in Czech republic. Teoretical part is dedicated to benefits that brings the animals to the educations, risks educations with animal help. The relationships to animals and stances which can made the positiv experiences. In research part is made the combined research. In kvantitativ part is made the analysis of 85 ekocenters, and their programs with animals, on whose basic was made qualitative structural interview. It was done 10 interviews between workers of czech ekocenters. The goal is describe, how are the animals used for the education of children. My findings are, that the most common species use is a bird (34 %). Students experience direct contact with the animal on 46 %, in 26 % living animal in not actually part of the program. Safety of the student sis controlled by following Health and Safety Regulation and via pedagogical supervision. The safety of the animal is assured during the program by the lecturer and while not in use within program by following animal welfare. Only in 23 % of programs was specific learning goal set up and only 2 respondents out of 10 confirmed to have programs based on...
Canaan Dog and Dog Assistant Education
Rutová, Šárka ; Jančaříková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pavlasová, Lenka (referee)
The topic of this thesis is Canaan dog including dog assistant education. The first part is theoretical and introduces the reader to the Canaan dog breed. The origin of this rare and very old breed is Izrael and first dogs were imported to the Europe and America in 60s of 20th century. The lack of Canaan dogs in Europe causes problems with breeding and transmission of genetic diseases. Especially in the Czech republic there is only few dogs. The teoretical part introduces a transmission of genetic diseases and other diseases. The practical part is focused on a creation of a genealogy of Canaan dogs in the Czech republic. Further I studied inbreeding. In the second part I studied the use of dog in education. The practical part are two education programs, which I created. The first training program is about dogs behaviour, it's also tested in practice and its completed results are part of the appendix. Pupils will learn important information about dogs, how to handle and understand a dog or information about a primitive breed like rare Canaan dog. The second education program is designed for high school students. The program is about inbreeding and includes text and worksheet. Key words: Canaan dog, genetic, heritage, genetic diseases of dogs, inbreeding, animal assistant education.
The Growing Education at the Selected Elementary Schools
Škorpilová, Martina ; Jančaříková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Skýbová, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with teaching growing at primary schools. In the teoretical part the subject growing is charakterized and there is a brief history of teaching this practical subject. Furthermore, attention is paid to the current representation of growing in school education programs, there is an overview of expected outcomes and content of the subject matter of this course and possibilities of application of cross-curricular themes and interdisciplinary relations within it. At the end of the theoretical part there are spatial possibilities for teaching this subject, possibilities of innovation of subject and its link with food sovereignty and the use of local food. The practical part firstly answering the basic research question: How is the teaching of the subject of cultivation work in selected primary schools? The characteristics of each school are described, the hourly subsidies and forms of teaching of this subject, the equipment of the school for the teaching of the course, and the current, interesting and unconventional methods that can serve as examples of good practice of teaching Cultivation works. These dates were assessed in the form of qualitative research. In addition, the practical part is answering the secondary research questions and the results of the quantitative survey,...
Natural communication with the horse and the possibility of interaction horses and humans
Volfová, Lenka ; Jančaříková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Říhová, Dagmar (referee)
TITLE: Natural communication with the horse and the possibilities of human - horse interaction AUTHOR: Bc. Lenka Volfová DEPARTMENT: Department of Biology and Enviromnental Studies (Katedra biologie a enviromnentálních studií) SUPERVISOR: PhDr. Kateřina Jančaříková, Ph.D. ABSTRACT: This thesis explores interspecies communication and, specifically, natural communication between the man and the horse. Through comparative research based on a programme developed by Ing. Josef Liška (Liška Solutions) for the assessment of the participant's personality, employing several exercises with a horse from the ground, the thesis aims at introducing ways in which horses can be used for the purposes of personal growth. For the purposes of this thesis, volunteers from three groups were assessed under this programme using the method of direct observation: teachers, business executives and people who work with animals. The assessment was carried out by marking down points and comments. On the basis of the results obtained, the above three groups were subsequently compared among one another. The research shows that teachers excelled in six out of seven observed personal competencies while, compared to business executives, there is still space for improvement in terms of their energy. The results shown in relation to the...
The popularity of having animals in Prague primary schools
Jirásková, Veronika ; Jančaříková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Jura, Vlastimil (referee)
This thesis deals with the subject of keeping and using animals in primary schools. The theoretical part of this thesis reviews various scientific studies into the impact of animals on pupils during education and the possible benefits of animal breeding in schools. Furthermore, the conditions for safe breeding and the most frequently kept animals in schools are discussed as well as the risks and difficulties that their breeding and daily maintenance brings. Moreover, it discusses the need to evaluate the welfare of school animals and legislative precautions on the subject in the Czech Republic. The practical part of this thesis details investigations into the number of Prague primary schools where animals were kept in the school year 2017/2018. Through interviewing a representative sample of schools, it was found that 37 % of Prague's primary schools kept an animal. Furthermore, the different species of animals kept in the schools, their location within the schools, the person bearing responsibility for the animals and the usage and the frequency of it within the curriculum were studied. It was found that 52 % of teachers do not use the school animal more often than once a month. Another subject of the research was to find out the reasons for the absence of animals in schools; 92 % of respondents...

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