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Education of pupils with special educational needs through the teachers' eyes at elementary school.
Bartošová, Miroslava ; Marádová, Eva (advisor) ; Květoňová, Lea (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the process of pupils with special educational needs at a selected school from the teachers' point of view at the primary school. The subject of interest is based on the teachers of the selected primary school, who provide daily support to pupils with special educational needs in general education. The aim of the work is to explore and evaluate the teachers' point of view on ongoing process of education pupils with special educational needs in the first grade of primary school. Their approaches to pupils, methods and teaching methods are analysed, the support of the school education program is monitored school management within strategic visions and that is mostly from the point of view of teachers working at the first grade. A combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods was chosen to get answers to the research questions. In the first phase, data was collected using a self-constructed questionnaire, in the second stage, semi-structured interviews with teachers were realized, which brought detailed insight into the work of teachers in heterogeneous classes. The obtained data from the questionnaires were evaluated using the method of open coding and categorization. The answers in the questionnaires show the teachers' satisfaction with the school...
Pedagogical support plan for premature babies according to the WELCOME IDEA app
Malá, Kateřina ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor) ; Felcmanová, Lenka (referee)
The thesis focuses on the area of diagnostics in preschool children in kindergarten in the Hradec Králové region. The main aim of this thesis is to set up a pedagogical support plan, the first level of support measures according to the WELCOME IDEA application for premature children. Another aim is a practical demonstration of how to work with the pedagogical support plan according to the WELCOME IDEA application, analysing its possibilities and limits. Last but not least, the aim is to underline the need of diagnostics in preschool children as a tool for an appropriate pedagogical support plan, which is not only a means for teachers to create optimal learning opportunities for children. The thesis has two parts. In the theoretical part we meet the concepts of family and parenting, psychological needs of parents of premature children, ontogeny of the premature child, psychomotor, communication and socialization in preschool children. The thesis also includes the methodology for the research investigation. The practical part consists of a demonstration of work with the WELCOME IDEA application, setting up individual pedagogical support plans for selected objects of the investigation. Fulfillment of the objectives consisted of the method of interviews, observation and diagnostics according to the...
Acceptance of visual impairment in the productive age
Havlíčková, Adéla ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
The bachelor thesis consists of a theoretical and a research part. It deals with the acceptance of visual impairment in the working age, specifically looking at acquired visual impairment. The theoretical part defines congenital and acquired visual impairment, then includes the most common causes of visual impairment, its consequences and the associated psychological changes, then describes the possibilities of successful acceptance in the form of a foreign study, and finally deals with the possibilities of social rehabilitation and its forms. The aim of the research is to describe how people reflect on their process of acceptance of sight loss and what areas have influenced this acceptance and what the differences are between male and female experiences in relation to their personality traits. Using qualitative research in the form of semi-structured interviews with three respondents, it became clear that the most significant change for respondents was a change in mindset and motivation to cope with the crisis situation. Furthermore, monitoring one's own progress towards self-sufficiency and the support of those around them proved to have a great influence on the acceptance process. Professional support and help also played a significant role. Furthermore, it was possible to observe differences in...
Promoting pupil's self-regulation and stress reduction in the school environment
Horská, Michaela ; Felcmanová, Lenka (advisor) ; Květoňová, Lea (referee)
The thesis deals with stress and self-regulation of pupils in the school environment. The theoretical part deals with the general issue of stress, stressors, expression of stress, and the child's reactions to stress. It also defines self-regulation, relaxation techniques, specific support for pupils' self-regulation, and coping strategies. The theoretical section defines the concept of wellbeing and the development of pupils' socio-emotional skills. Finally, the issue established in the primary education system. There are also defined classroom lessons, community circles, and the cross-topic of the Framework Curriculum. The practical part is dedicated to stressful situations and self-regulation of pupils in primary schools in the Jihlava region, specifically identifies and describes stressors and self-regulation techniques of pupils in the school environment. It includes a qualitative research investigativním aimed at finding out information about supporting pupils in stressful situations and the tools used by teachers to reduce stress in the school environment. The semi-structured interview and observation methods were used to collect the data. The open coding method was used to analyze the data and the card interpretation method was used to interpret the data them. This thesis focused on the...
Family of Children with severe multiple disabilities
Káchová, Viola ; Šumníková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Květoňová, Lea (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the issue of a family with a child with severe multiple disabilities. The first three sections explain the concepts of combined disability, cerebral palsy and the family of a child with severe multiple disability. The actual research investigation follows a selected family with a child with a severe multiple disability. The aim of this paper is to find out how the selected social groups affected the selected family and to answer the set questions: what does caring for a bedridden child entail and what impact does this have on the child's family? Has the social circle around the family changed since the child with a disability entered the family? How does this affect siblings and which social areas of life are affected? The research inquiry is qualitative in nature and is completed through interview and observation. The interview was coded according to predetermined areas based on the sources studied. The results of this thesis contribute to a deeper understanding of the issue of families of children with severe multiple disabilities. KEY WORDS Multiple disabilities, friends, family of children with disability, social media, specialists, community
How sibling constellations can be affected by health disadvantage
Plachá, Lenka ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
The diploma thesis on the topic "How sibling constellations can be affected by health disadvantage" deals with mapping the influence of living with a sibling with a disability and the effect of the family environment and relationships on intact siblings in the field of career choice and attitudes towards planning one's own parenthood. Furthermore, it also examines the possible influence of the gender of the intact sibling on the aforementioned areas. The aim of the research investigation was therefore to find out whether intact siblings in adulthood tend to work in helping professions, specifically whether living with a sibling with a disadvantage led them to choose a profession with persons with disabilities and also whether it influenced their attitude towards their own parenting. Qualitative research was used for the investigation, specifically the design elements of grounded theory. An in-depth, semi-structured interview with five respondents, adult siblings of persons with various types of health handicaps (autism spectrum disorders, Down's syndrome, cerebral palsy) was used to obtain data. The interviews were analyzed using open coding. The answers to the research questions are documented by verbatim citations of respondents' answers in individual categories. Since only elements of grounded...
Supporting self-care skills in children with autism spectrum disorder through applied behavioral analysis methods
Bergmannová, Klára ; Bartoňová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Květoňová, Lea (referee)
The thesis deals with the problem of learning self-care skills in children with autism spectrum disorder through the methods of applied behavior analysis. The theoretical part of the thesis presents the legislative framework of education in the Czech Republic with a focus on special education counselling and the provision of support measures in education. Furthermore, autism spectrum disorders are characterized and the basic theoretical foundations of applied behavior analysis are defined. The empirical part of the thesis is divided into two parts, the first of which aims to present the theoretical foundations of the problem of toilet training, developed mainly from foreign literature, as well as foreign studies conducted on the topic. The second part of the empirical part of the thesis contains a case study of two children with autism spectrum disorder. In the preparation of the empirical part of the thesis, the following techiques were used: analysis of the studied literature, review of foreign studies, document analysis and case study. The informants of the case study were two children with autism spectrum disorder who were trained in toilet training through applied behavior analysis methods. The case study is based on data from a behavioral intervention focused on toilet training. By analysing...
Using ICT and modern technologies by pupils and students with visual impairment in distance education
Fajkusová, Helena ; Šumníková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Květoňová, Lea (referee)
This thesis focused on the topic of modern digital aids for students with visual impairment that can be used in education. The theoretical part deals with sub-areas, namely education of a student with visual impairment, digital technologies that can be used in the education of a student and distance learning. The author's research was conducted based on a qualitative research model using the semi-structured interview method, which was then elaborated on one area at a time. The results show that most often the pupils used standard digital devices, namely a computer, or as additional devices a tablet and a mobile phone. As far as special compensatory aids are concerned, the braille display was mentioned in particular. On the topic of reading software, NVDA and JAWS were the most talked about by interviewees with ambivalent views. In distance learning, some respondents reported difficulty navigating the online file sharing environment, but used various forms to gain information on how to operate the programs. It was reported that they obtained information on their own from websites, and some turned to parents and/or directly to teachers who were able to guide them with the help of sighted review. The final chapters also mention the positive impacts of distance learning in terms of increased interest...

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