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Author's project of fairy tale capturing the development of musical abilities and personality of preschool children
Jiroušková, Daniela ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
The bachelor's thesis "The role of an author's fairy tale in the development of musical skills and personality of a preschooler" deals with the author's fairy tale for preschoolers the typical feature of which are based on the development of musical skills and of personality in the child's education. The work on this thesis also involved a qualitative research where ideas of musical trans-didactics were applied. The research was targeted at one experimental group. The thesis was written with respect to pedagogical adequacy, aesthetic expression and ethical principles in education. Keywords author's fairy tale, preschool child, personality concept in education, musical skills
How to use a project called "School of Songs" in Kindergartens
Zelenková, Blanka ; Kmentová, Milena (advisor) ; Kodejška, Miloš (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on targeted use of authorial songs from the project "School of Songs" to interconnect all educational areas in kindergarten with the emphasis on children's own creativity. The theoretical part deals with important developmental aspects of pre-school and primary school children, focuses on musical activities and how to integrate musical education in kindergartens. Diploma thesis also looks closely on the musical project "School of Songs", originally intended for children of younger school age. Furthermore it introduces a follow-up project "School of Song to Kindergartens", reworked with the benefit of preschool children with regard to their developmental specifics. The practical part focuses on verifying the benefits of the project "School of Songs to kindergartens". The songs were incorporated into the school educational program, a new didactic material was created, implemented and verified in 59 kindergartens over the two years period. The aim of this thesis is to verify the methodological material from the project "School of Songs to kindergartens" in kindergarten Tolstého, located in Prague 10 and in other kindergartens from various locations in the Czech Republic. Another objective is to evaluate the benefit of songs and methodological materials for kindergarten...
Children's Musical Creativity in the Context of Pedagogical Creativity
Slavíková, Petra ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Kološtová, Mariana (referee) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee)
The dissertation entitled Children's Musical Creativity in the Context of Pedagogical Creativity focuses on formal pre-primary music education. A part of this education is the development of children's musical creativity influenced by their teachers. Therefore, this research problem is viewed from a dual perspective; one of pre-school children and the other of pre-primary educators. A theoretical part of this thesis describes children's musical creativity in the music education context o in terms of historical, international, and national development. Similarly, this thesis deals with the research context and presents constructed tests of children's musical creativity. Subsequently, the terms of musical creativity, children's musical creativity, and pedagogical creativity are defined. The children's musical creativity is viewed from the perspective of internal and external influencing factors. Finally, the role of the pre-primary pedagogue and their creative pedagogical work in the development of children's musical creativity is characterized in more detail. A practical part of this thesis contains a description of a research project. The first part of the research is devoted to musically creative experimental teaching of pre-school children, which also includes musical creativity testing, musical...
Music-movements activities in development of musicality at primary school-aged children
Bukačová, Monika ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Tichá, Libuše (referee)
The diploma thesis is devoted to the development of music and musical movement activities at a younger school age. It consists of theoretical and practical part. The first parts acquaints the reader with the characteristics of younger school age and with the somatic- physiological, psychological and social characteristics of this period. It also describes the means that affect the child's musicality. This work lists the basic music-movement activities and their important aspects. The conclusion of this part is focused on expertise publications focusing on piano playing,where the authors in their works use movement elements or musical-movement activities to directly improve the influence of playing the piano. The practical part is based on theoretical knowledge. We chose a pedagogical experiment with the technique of one-group and we used piano compositions fot this purpose. The issue of qualitative research is focused on the connection of piano playing with musical- movement activities. There are objectives, research methods, the subject and its organization described in the research part. For children involved in the research there was developed a thematic program called Traveling with Little prince, which describes methodological steps supporting the expression of music content and understanding...
Hanuš Bartonň as a composer, pianist, and academic music educator
Lochovský, Martin ; Hurníková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kodejška, Miloš (referee)
The author of this thesis endeavours to create a comprehensive portrait of Hanuš Bartoň, a Czech contemporary composer, pianist, and academic educator. The thesis is focused on his compositions and his contribution as a pianist and a teacher with the aim to establish a practical source of information. This source ought to fulfil both its musicological potential, especially concerning the analysis of Czech classical music of the end of the 20th century up till now, as well as its potential in the field of education, noting Bartoň's works for children and his academic pedagogical contribution. The thesis is systematically organised into several parts. The main body starts with the composer's biography. The attention then moves to his compositions, which are systematically presented and commented on from the perspective of Bartoň's musical style development and its tendencies. His works adhere to the postmodern ideal considering the fact that the music deals in a specific way with the synthesis of stylistic elements. The scope of his oeuvre is relatively wide. It mostly encompasses instrumental pieces, although there are many others including, for example, musical-dramatic works, vocal pieces, electroacoustic music, and music for the theatre. The individual compositions and their performances are...
Reflection of the European Student Forum EAS in terms of up-to-date needs of Music education
Halbrštátová, Lenka ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Jiřičková, Jiřina (referee)
The thesis deals with a reflection on European Student Forum 2018 and ascertains selected delegates'viewpoints concerning pre-graduate teacher education. The thesis compares resulting ideas with attitudes of selected Czech candidates studying at different faculties of education. The theoretical part describes music education factors such as teachers and students. It further models the notion of music education and its historical development in European context. The third part provides readers with some insights into music organizations, their goals and mission. The EAS organization and its Student forums have been emphasized. The practical part constitutes of the result analysis based on future music teacher's ideas (Student Forum delegates as well as Czech students). The second part further establishes student's experience regarding their pre-graduate and informal teacher education. KEYWORDS music education, informal education, music organizations, European Association for Music in Schools, pre-graduate teacher education
Music Education of Primary School Teachers in the context of school reforms
Šobáňová, Barbora ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Sedláček, Marek (referee) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee)
The dissertation introduces the knowledge of the child's ontogenetic development in the early school age and at the beginning of pubescence in connection with a musical development. It also deals with the emotional importance of music in the child's personal development. The following part is devoted to music education at primary schools, their aims, historical context and the current position of music education in the Czech curriculum together with foreign influences. The third chapter focuses on the ongoing structure of music education given in the study programmes for the teaching qualification at the national pedagogical faculties in the Czech Republic. The research part scrutinizes the contemporary situation of music education at primary schools from teachers' point of view and with regards to their undergraduate training. The research concentrates on the experience of teachers who have undergone undergraduate training in the last decade. The aim is also to find out how the situation is perceived by university music lecturers who train future teachers. The questionnaire survey and interviews reveal problems in music education at the elementary schools and also in undergraduate training at pedagogical faculties.

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