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Resilience of secondary school students
Morar, Mykyta ; Janošová, Pavlína (advisor) ; Syslová, Hana (referee)
The presented work deals in the theoretical part with the definition of resilience (psychological resistance), different concepts of resilience with an emphasis on social resources, adolescents and their resilience. A validated CYRM questionnaire and open-ended questions were used in the research investigation. The empirical part is focused on verifying two main hypotheses and answering three open questions. In the quantitative part, the first hypothesis is: Women acquire more social resources than men. For the second hypothesis, it was verified whether first-year students acquire more social resources for resilience. In the qualitative study, it was determined what strategies adolescents prefer when dealing with stressful situations, what are their main causes of stress and who they turn to for help if they are in a stressful situation. Key words: Resilience, psychological resistance, social resources, stressful situations, adolescence, CYRM questionnaire.
Teachers at the Start of Their Career
Kuklová, Iveta ; Mazáčová, Nataša (advisor) ; Janošová, Pavlína (referee)
This dissertation, entitled "The Issues of the Beginning Teacher," discusses the beginning teacher and the types of professional support provided to beginning teachers by a selected elementary school. The theoretical part defines the basic terms such as teacher, beginning teacher, accompanying teacher, introducing teacher, professional standard of teaching profession, paired teaching and mentoring. The practical part deals with the interpretation of the data obtained by the in-depth interview method. I used thematic analysis, specifically the open coding method, to analyse the data. The aim of the research investigation was to find out what specific types of professional support the selected primary school provides to beginning teachers and whether this support, from the teachers' perspective, is sufficient for them. The results of the data analysis show that the selected primary school provides a very professionally supportive environment for beginning teachers and that beginning teachers rate it as more than sufficient.
The community circle and its contribution to the development of relationships between students
Blažková, Michaela ; Pospíšilová, Anna (advisor) ; Janošová, Pavlína (referee)
1 ABSTRACT The community circle is a method that teachers use not only for the personal development of their students, but also for building their mutual relationships and the relationshops inside of the entire team. This diploma thesis, entitled "The community circle and its contribution to the development of relationships between students", discusses the use of the community circle by teachers, precisely from the point of view of its contribution to relations between students. The theoretical part defines basic concepts, such as community circle and social exclusion or the climate of the school classroom. The practical part deals with the interpretation of the obtained data on two levels: the impact of this method on the relationships of all students and at the same time the impact on the relationships of excluded students. The research investigation brings information not only about the positive effect of this method on the formation of cultured expression, opinions or communication and social competences of each participant. It also provides information about the fact that the community circle is beneficial for promoting the excluded student and his feelings of belonging to the group.

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