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Elementary school pupils' misconceptions related to the thematic map use
Šmídová, Michala ; Havelková, Lenka (advisor) ; Kocová, Tereza (referee)
The thesis deals with identification and analysis of misconceptions that are formed when the ninth grade pupils work with thematic maps. It is divided into two main parts. The first part, which is theoretical, informs the readers about the aims of the thesis and defines the fundamental terms on the basis of the literature review. The misconceptions in thematic cartography are described in detail as well as the methodology of the research. The phenomenographic interview was used as a method for collecting qualitative data in order to fulfil the established aim. The research was realized in five schools situated in Ústecký region, in Děčín district, with twenty pupils. More specifically, the research aim was to find out whether there exists, and if so, then what is the impact of pupils' orientation in elementary geographic knowledge, used cartographic method and correctness of thematic map on pupils' conceptions. Keywords: misconception, map skill, thematic map, elementary education
Strategy of Valorization of the Living Minimum in the Czech Republic
Kočová, Tereza ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Hynek (referee)
Valorization of the subsistence minimum is an important step for the correct adjustment of the entire social system. There is insufficient importance attached to this topic in the Czech environment. This can be confirmed by the absence of research focused on the system of valorization. The aim of this work is to propose and test alternative strategies for valorization of the subsistence minimum in the Czech Republic, which could help to outline further steps for work with this institute in order to improve the standard of living of citizens. The work focuses on testing three alternative strategies. The first proposes a minimum living standard to increase the year-onyear inflation, the second option adjusts the subsistence minimum by expenses of the 20% of the poorest households, and the third scenario recalculates the actual values by subtracting 10% for adults and adding 15% to children. I subsequently tested these scenarios in SPSS on EU-SILC data. The results show that the valorization strategy based on the inflation rate does not really affect the subsistence level and also almost does not change the shift of people above the poverty line. On the other hand, the revaluation scenario according to expenses of the poorest 20% is very effective in increasing the income of the most deprived persons....
Selected socioeconomic barriers of education in Sub-Saharan Africa
Tillová, Petra ; Frajer, Václav (advisor) ; Kocová, Tereza (referee)
Selected socioeconomic barriers of education in Sub-Saharan Africa Abstract The aim of bachelor thesis is to describe and understand the process of education in Sub-Saharan Africa and analyze components that cause limited access to education. The first part of the thesis describes the process of education in Sub-Saharan Africa using selected indicators. The second main part focuses on the description and possible relations between selected socioeconomic barriers and literacy. Selected barriers include poverty, child labor and position of women in the society. The analysis revealed that existing relation between selected socioeconomic barriers and education has only low dependency rate and have to be understand more likely as a trend. Keywords: Education, literacy, poverty, child labor, position of women, inequality, Sub-Saharan Africa
Preliminary hearing of the indicment in the case law
Kočová, Tereza ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (advisor) ; Gřivna, Tomáš (referee)
The thesis includes the analysis of the preliminary hearing of the indictment institute as an optional part of criminal proceedings, which follows after bringing an indictment to court. The thesis is focused on summary of theoretical findings, which draws mainly from the commentary literature, but a key focus of the thesis is the analysis of relevant judicial decisions that relate to the institute investigated. The thesis works in particular with the decisions of the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic and High Courts, to a lesser extent with decisions of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic and several regional courts are used. The text is (except introduction and conclusion) divided into eight parts. The first part contains an explanation of the concept of preliminary hearing of the indictment. Next part of the thesis is focused on the historical development of the preliminary hearing of the indictment, from 1850 to the present. This part also summarizes the most important amendments of the currently effective Criminal Procedure Code. Following parts are focused on explanation of purpose of preliminary hearing of the indictment and explanation of the difference between this and the obligatory review of indictment in accordance with § 181 par. 1 and 185 par. 1 of the Criminal Procedure...
Evaluation of complex geographic excursion - Vinařická horka using a tablet
Hájková, Kateřina ; Matějček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kocová, Tereza (referee)
The thesis analyses data from both qualitative and quantitative research on the positives and negatives of field education with tablets. An indispensable part is an assessment of the premise that education with tablets affects the attitudes of pupils to geography (whether positively or negatively) and to natural sciences in general. The thesis further summarises important ideas of students and teachers in primary and secondary schools. The conclusion evaluates whether the current emphasis of the media on the inclusion of tablets into education is justified.
The role of education in the process of development of poor countries
Kocová, Tereza
The role of education in the process of development of poor countries Abstract The aim of this thesis is to discuss the role of education in the process of development of poor countries. The thesis is divided into two sections. The first, introductory section, attempts to illustrate the relationship between education and development at the global level. The current state of global education, including the development of selected global initiatives on education, is evaluated quantitatively. Introductory section also highlights the connection between education and individual indicators of development. The second section which is the main part of the work focuses on discussing and evaluating knowledge gained through research of scientific literature on "micro-mechanisms" underlying and explaining "macro-relations" between education and development discussed in the first section of the work. The main identified mechanisms can be divided into the following areas: economic behavior, demographic behavior, health quality, gender inequality, the implementation and use of technology in agriculture, environmental behavior, and migration. Overall, it has been illustrated that while the macrorelationship between education and development at the level of overall societies is quite evident, the discussion presented in...
The role of education in the process of development of poor countries
Kocová, Tereza ; Novotný, Josef (advisor) ; Skalická, Petra (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to discuss the role of education in the process of development of poor countries. The thesis is divided into two sections. The first, introductory section, attempts to illustrate the relationship between education and development at the global level. The current state of global education, including the development of selected global initiatives on education, is evaluated quantitatively. Introductory section also highlights the connection between education and individual indicators of development. The second section which is the main part of the work focuses on discussing and evaluating knowledge gained through research of scientific literature on "micro-mechanisms" underlying and explaining "macro-relations" between education and development discussed in the first section of the work. The main identified mechanisms can be divided into the following areas: economic behavior, demographic behavior, health quality, gender inequality, the implementation and use of technology in agriculture, environmental behavior, and migration. Overall, it has been illustrated that while the macrorelationship between education and development at the level of overall societies is quite evident, the discussion presented in this thesis suggests that the specific individual mechanisms which enable...

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