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Pedagogical practice and stress in begining elementary school teacher
Kameník, Martin ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Kolečková, Tereza (referee)
I Abstract The main purpose of this bachelor thesis is to examine the benefits of pedagogical practice for beginning elementary school teachers in connection to experienced stress. It maps different techniques of dealing with reality over expectations and the outcomes of first involvement with the actual performance of a teacher. It determines key parts of the practice that can either help decrease or increase the amount of encountered stress. The thesis introduces a draft research of quantitative character that would detect the significance of pedagogical practice in this field using questionnaires. Keywords Beginning Teacher, Pedagogical Practice, Stress
Parental Reaction to the Birth of a Child with Down Syndrome
Janovská, Kateřina ; Loneková, Katarína (advisor) ; Kolečková, Tereza (referee)
The bachelor thesis is devoted to psychological aspects of parental reaction to the birth of a child with Down syndrome. The aim of this work is to contribute to better quality of interaction between these parents and paramedics within Czech perinatal environment. Consequently, the parents' unexpected acquirement of their new life roles can be facilitated. The theoretical part of this thesis deals especially with parental emotional experience within the first moments and days of the offspring's life. The work aims to describe variables, which can affect the intensity of emotional reactions to the unexpected newborn's handicap. The thesis also focuses on parental needs which might arise. Meeting these needs can significantly influence the following course of the reaction. A certain part of the text concentrates on different communication instruments, which are relevant when interacting with parents of such handicapped babies. Another part of the thesis describes the layout of the research project. Its qualitative methodology lays a path to capture the following aspects: emotional experience and needs of parents of children postnatally diagnosed with Down syndrome, parents' relating to a medical team, the way the parents anticipate the future and finally their relating to an early contact with their...
Classroom Environment and Form Teacher's Emotional Intelligence
Mráčková, Karolína ; Gillernová, Ilona (advisor) ; Kolečková, Tereza (referee)
This thesis is focused on two main topics: classroom climate and teacher's emotional intelligence. Firstly, the phenomenon of classroom climate is introduced. Various aspects of the topic are described, including the role of the form teacher, as well as several studies about classroom climate. The second topic is emotional intelligence, which is introduced and focused on emotional intelligence of teachers. Also, several methods of improving emotional intelligence are described. Next, both topics are connected through some studies, which creates a base for the drafted research. The main question of the research is, if there is a connection between form teacher's emotional intelligence and the climate in their classroom. A quantitative research is proposed, using the KLIT, CCQ and MSCEIT questionnaires. The premise is that teachers with higher emotional intelligence have better climate in their classrooms. It is only a draft of a research. Keywords classroom climate, emotional intelligence, teacher's emotional intelligence
ADHD in girls
Mikulcová, Julie ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Kolečková, Tereza (referee)
This work deals with differences in ADHD manifestation in girls and boys and problems associated with ADHD such as problematic interaction with peers, substance use or problems with self-perception and executive functions. The work also deals with comorbidities with ADHD in girls (eg. depression, anxiety disorders or eating disorders). The aim of the research project is to gain insight into the manifestation of ADHD in girls in school environment, as perceived by teacher who have experience with these girls. This insight can potentially serve as an overview of ADHD manifestation in girls in school environment. This overview could then be used by other teachers to be aware of ADHD manifestations in girls which differ from ADHD manifestations in boys. Awareness of these differences could help in earlier help and support of girls with ADHD. Keywords ADHD, ADHD in Girls, Hyperactivity, Gender Differences, Comorbidities
The Academic Self-concept of a Pupils with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Kolečková, Tereza ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Čáp, David (referee)
The topic of this thesis is the self-concept of school success of a pupils with autism spectrum disorder. It focuses on academic self-concept and academic self-efficacy as two important and related concepts. These concepts are also compared. We know from available researches that pupils with autism spectrum disorder have lower self-concept in some areas than normal pupils. This research project aimed to compare the self- concept of school success with pupils with autism spectrum disorder with a normative sample of normal pupils and also with pupils with other difficulties in each category. Questionnaire method and interview were used. The results show that child with autism spectrum disorder have just a higher self-concept of orthography than normal child. Also they have higher self-concept at maths, reading, orthography, writing, self- confidence and global score of self-concept than dyslexic child. Next they have higher global self-concept and self-concept of maths than child with mild brain dysfunction. The others scales showed no statistically significant difference. The interview showed that about 40% of children with autism spectrum disorder don't like math and 40% of children with autism spectrum disorder have problem in maths. KEY WORDS Autism Spectrum Disorder, self-concept, academic...
Personality characteristics of siblings of children with disabilities and their development
Kolečková, Tereza ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Mertin, Václav (referee)
The topics of this bachelor thesis are: personal characteristics, sibling relationships and cognitive, psychosocial and emotional development of siblings of disabled children. The aforementioned disabled children are primarily children with mental retardation and children within the autistic spectrum. This thesis focuses on the reaction of siblings and parents to the diagnosis of the disabled child and its effect in the quality of the family life. A number of studies have shown that siblings of children with disabilities are less adaptable than siblings of healthy children. At the same time, presence of a disabled child increases the probability of risk development and behavioural problems. The research proposed is aimed at comparing personal characteristics of siblings of autistic children and of siblings of children with mental retardation with a control group of siblings of healthy children aged eight to twelve years. The research is further interested in finding differences (if any) based on the gender of siblings of autistic children and siblings of children with mental retardation. Children's Personality Questionnaire (CPQ) will be used for the research. Keywords siblings, autism, mental retardation, development

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