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Personality of a Teacher's Aide at a Primary School for Children with Physical Disability
Vintr Bolardtová, Markéta ; Hájková, Vanda (advisor) ; Němec, Zbyněk (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the personality of a teacher's aide at an elementary school for pupils with physical disabilities. In the theoretical part, the history of the profession, the personal and qualification requirements of the teacher's aide, and their job description are given. Furthermore, the theoretical part is devoted to mental hygiene, burnout syndrome, and the last part is focused on personality typologies. In the practical part, the author finds out with the help of mixed research what kind of personalities we meet in the position of teacher's aide at the elementary school for pupils with physical disabilities, in what way this profession affects their personal life and how they take care of their health due to the demanding nature of the profession. The research took place at the Elementary School of the Jedlička's Institute in Prague.
Support of self-regulation and stress rereduction of high school students in bettween the transition periods of full-time learing and distance education during the covid-19 pandemic
Slavíková, Monika ; Felcmanová, Lenka (advisor) ; Němec, Zbyněk (referee)
This thesis focuses on the promotion of self-regulation and stress reduction in secondary school students during the transition periods between full-time and distance education during the covid-19 pandemic. The aim of the thesis is to identify the stressors experienced by the students, the strategies that helped the students to regulate stress and the ways in which the students' self-regulation was promoted by the teaching staff. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with basic terms related to stress, especially stress in children and adolescents. It also focuses on defining forms and methods of self-regulation and distance education. The practical part of the thesis deals with stress and self-regulation in students of a selected secondary school during the transitions between full-time and distance education. A qualitative research design was used to meet the research objective. The data for the research investigation was obtained through semi-structured interviews with pupils, pupils' class teachers and school counselling staff. Analysis of school documentation also provided insights. The research investigation identified the main stressors during transitions between full- time and distance learning, the strategies pupils chose to regulate stress and the extent to which school staff supported...
Issues in Communication of Medical Staff and Persons with Mental Disabilities
Lacinová, Lenka ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Němec, Zbyněk (referee)
This thesis focuses on the issue of intercommunucation between medical personnel and persons with mental disabilities. The aim is to explore various communication approaches and attitudes of medical personnel towards mentally disabled patients, especially during medical examinations, via qualitative research. The literary overview section describes theoretical starting points with emphasis on mentally disabled persons' communication, as well as levels of professionality in relationships towards them. The empirical section deals with research, conducted in a form of seventeen interviews with six mentally disabled participants, five medical personnel and six social workers, who accompany their clients for medical appointments. The findings were processed by using a method of thematic analysis. It concludes, that despite improvements in approaches and attitudes of medics towards mental patients, discrimination is still prevalent, especially in cases of hospitalization and new registration with doctors. The research also shows, that approximately half of medical personnel patronise their adult patients with mental disabilities and puts them into juvenile role. A discrepany was observed in statements of medics versus the mentally disabled participants' and their accompanions. While the former claimed...
Education of foreign students in the emergency situation
Dusová, Veronika ; Felcmanová, Lenka (advisor) ; Němec, Zbyněk (referee)
The diploma thesis on the topic Education of foreign students in the emergency situation deals with the integration of Ukrainian pupils into a regular elementary school. The thesis is divided into theoretical and empirical parts. The first chapter defines the necessary terminology and individual terms related to a pupil with a different mother tongue with his arrival in a new country and with integration into the educational process. The second chapter builds on the explained terms and defines the right of a child to education in the context of national and transnational documents. Other chapters are focused on the process of admission of a pupil into a regular elementary school, on the possibilities of support, on the possible ways of financing, possible barriers and support measures. The last chapter of the theoretical part deals with the definition of an extraordinary life situation and the possibilities of support. The research investigation is conducted as a descriptive case study of a particular primary school and aims to provide an in-depth analysis of the process of pupil inclusion and education in the context of an extraordinary life situation of a selected primary school. Qualitative research methods are used for data collection. The research is carried out through semi-structured...
Comparison of approaches towards people with disability in Francoist Spain and socialist Czechoslovakia
Wudiová, Markéta ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Němec, Zbyněk (referee)
The thesis compares the position of people with disabilities in two non-democratic regimes of the 20th century, namely Francoist Spain and socialist Czechoslovakia. The attitudes of each regime and the state initiatives taken in the field of care for people with disabilities are analysed. The possibilities for the development of the various organisations and their activities are also described. The work also focuses on two areas of the life of a person with disabilities - education and employment. The findings presented are set in the historical context of each country. The method used is the analysis and interpretation of legislation, state documents and academic publications. The comparison presents common features in the field of disability care, such as lack of interest in the issue, efforts to unify disability support organisations and their control. Both states have established segregated education for persons with disabilities. The employment of persons with disabilities depended on the form of economic establishment. Protected employment in Czechoslovakia was mediated by Svaz invalidů (the Union of the Disabled). In Spain, ONCE played a key role in providing employment for people with visual impairments. The international context and the influence of religious institutions on the form of...
Reading interests of people with Asperger's syndrome
Melicherčíková, Veronika ; Valešová Malecová, Barbara (advisor) ; Němec, Zbyněk (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the relationship to reading in people with Asperger's syndrome. The aim of the thesis is to find out what the individual reading experiences of selected people with Asperger's syndrome are. The research focuses on their reading interests, experiencing of a literary story and motivation to read. The theoretical part of the thesis characterizes autism, the autism triad, the psychological theory of autism, and Asperger's syndrome. Reading, functions of literature, reading interests and reading of people on the autism spectrum are also described. The practical part of the thesis is based on semi-structured interviews with ten adults with Asperger's syndrome, who are presented through case studies. Interviews are analysed using open coding. The research found that the respondents read books of various genres, fiction and non-fiction. They form different relationships with literary characters, they also experience the story emotionally. They appreciate the interesting plot of the book, the unusualness or the depicted atmosphere. Motivation factors for reading are relaxation, the search for life wisdom, education, and help with psychological problems or in the field of social relationships. KEYWORDS Reading. Reader interest. Autism. Asperger's syndrome.

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