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Inclusive education of a girl with mild mental disability in elementary school
Křenková, Sandra ; Němec, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Kadrnožková, Monika (referee)
This bachelor thesis aims to describe the specifics of inclusive education of the elementary school, who was diagnosed with light mental disability. It is the work of theoretical-empirical. The theoretical part characterizes mental disability. It also describes inclusive education and support measures that provide pupils with light mental disabilities. The practical part is processed by the case study method. The aim of the research was to present possible positives and negatives to intergrate the pupil into the common educational stream. The results of this research showed the need to create a suitable stimulating environment for the pupil not only at school but also at home. The education herself should take place in a smaller place in a smaller collective together with intact pupils under the guidance of an experienced pedagogical worker. Furthermore, it is evident from the research that the education of the pupil in the main curriculum is enriching, since mutual interaction has the impact on all participating - so they have the opportunity to learn each other. The pupil with light mental disability has a greater assumption to prepare for life in a real environment in a common educational stream. The data presented in case studies demonstrate that the inclusive education of the pupil with light...
Foster parents exceptations and their fulfilled visions
Drvotová, Alžběta ; Němec, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Štrinclová, Marta (referee)
The diploma thesis " Foster parents expectations and their fulfilled visions " deals with expert training, which is provided by the organization Dobrá rodina, and also determines the quality of services provided when the family accepts the child. The theoretical part focuses on the definition of adoption, its legal basis and expert training. It further defines the differences between biological and adoptive parenting and the specifics of homoparental families. It explains the main concepts associated with adoption, such as child identity, trauma or attachment issues. It specifies a support network for adopters and focuses on two organizations, Dobrá rodina and Středisko náhradní rodinné péče. The practical part is based on semi-structured interviews with parents who have undergone training in the organization Dobrá rodina and currently live with their adopted child/children. The work goal is to find out how the expert training changes their mindset and thinking about foster care, which services are provided to them and what kinds of support they need. Research has shown that proper expert training often changes parents' expectations and their general mindset about foster care. Parents are satisfied with the expert training, especially thanks to their experiential form, highly demanding involvement...

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