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Environment, time and artistic creation of talented pupils
Derflová, Michaela ; Novotná, Magdalena (advisor) ; Kuříková, Michaela (referee)
The diploma focuses primarily on the issue of creativity development and self-realization for talented students in art education classes. It also monitors the quality of creative work depending on the environment, time allocation and situation. The students are presented with ideas for creation, which they can complete and change according to their imagination, feelings and skills. I focus on the aspect of constant internal motivation depending on the appropriate creative environment and the possibility of applying an individual solution and I also examine the importance of the time factor that the student has for his work determined by the schedule. Using a qualitative case study, I am also looking for an answer to what time allocation is sufficient for the student. The research shows that a suitable environment for the creation of talented female students is that with plenty of freedom and space for emancipation is provided, in which they can express themselves and which is stimulating for them. They look for enough motivation to be creative and a calm, welcoming environment. On the contrary, an environment with trivial tasks, too much pressure, an insufficiently educated teacher and a lack of incentives and support is unsuitable for them. Research also shows that the time allowance according to...
All my beginning identities
Staňková, Barbora ; Novotná, Magdalena (advisor) ; Francová, Sylva (referee)
1 ABSTRACT In which situations have I found myself as an aspiring and later as a beginning teacher? How do I experience my affiliation with this profession today? What roles shape me as an educator? How do they influence my views on education? How do they impact my professional identity? The beginning of a professional career is a transitory and transformative period, crucial for further development, and builds upon various past experiences that date back to childhood. The theoretical part of this study navigates between social science, pedagogical, and artistic discourse. It draws on contemporary art that offers an approach to questions of identity and subjectivity, exemplified by works from authors such as Margit Titlová, Rineke Dijkstra, Marlene Dumas, Cindy Sherman, among others. The research section maps, through the analysis of autobiographical records, various situations and roles I encountered at the beginning of my career, as well as during the period leading up to this career. The autobiographical research oscillates between an artistic approach and an approach based on qualitative research, emphasizing the tension between the internal and external dimensions of identity. The artographic project outlines selected aspects of my personal identity through the use of photographic medium. Shadows...
Visual diary - His creation and use in education
Pešoutová, Monika ; Francová, Sylva (advisor) ; Novotná, Magdalena (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with a visual diary and it's creation. At the very beginning of the work is a theoritical part, containing an introduction to the diary and subsequently the necessary information about its brief history, creation, types, binding, tools and other necessary technical parameters suitable for creating a diary. In this part of the work, you will also get to know several important Czech and world artists, who are or have been involved in creating a diary and have a close or even deeper relationship with it. Their presentation is intended to serve as an inspiration, thanks to which we can understand the different perceptions of the diary. In this thesis, their life is very briefly introduced, followed by their work and primarily focused on the diary. Next, there is a practical part, in which it is possible to look into my creation of the diary, my thought processes that I had during the creation, and finally it contains a few photos from the diary as examples. At the end of the work, we come to the didactic part discussing the inclusion and use of the diary in education. At the end, you will find suggestions for art education lessons in connection with the diary. I am trying to figure out the possibility of reducing the time required, which can be the main stumbling block when...
The importance of assessment in art education from the perspective of primary school pupils and their teachers
Vlachová, Michaela ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (advisor) ; Novotná, Magdalena (referee)
The topic of the thesis is the importance of assessment in art education. The work is a continuation of the Art of Appreciation exhibition realized by the Jindřich Chalupecký Society in 2021, specifically the Re/de/in/form project by Vendula Fremlová, Kristýna Říhová and Lucie Jakubcová Hajdušková. The aim of the thesis is to describe how the evaluation during and at the end of an art lesson takes place in practice and what is its significance for pupils and teachers at the lower-secondary school. The theoretical part summarizes more general but key theoretical concepts in the field of school assessment, such as its functions, forms and types. Furthermore, it presents the specifics of assessment in art education, as formulated by selected authors such as Jan Slavik, Karla Brücknerová or Karel Starý. The empirical part is conceived as a qualitative probe and is approached by the method of a case study. It follows: 1) assessment in conducted lessons of art education, 2) individual teachers' approaches, their views on the importance of appraisal in an art lesson, and 3) the opinions of taught students on evaluation in an art lesson. Participant observation of art lessons in two lower-secondary classes, a structured interview with teachers, and a questionnaire with open-ended and closed-ended questions for...
Portfolio in Art Education
Baniunynská, Klára ; Svatošová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Novotná, Magdalena (referee)
The thesis is focused on the portfolio a a didactic tool in the teaching of the art education at the first stage of the primary school. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the portfolio and its various types. It focuses on the student's work portfolio, the electronic portfolio and the professional portfolio as a tool for the development of the self-reflective and the self-assessment competencies of pupils and teachers. It is also devoted the assessment with focusing of the formative evaluation in the teaching. The last chapter is devoted the art education and the evaluation of the art education through the portfolio. The practical part is built on the portfolios of the pupils works , on the electronic portfolio and the professional portfolio through the implementation of the art project which is called by trees and leaves. The aim of the practical part was the creation of the individual portfolios, which was created in the specific year of the primary school. The implemented portfolios should be contributed to the development of itself / the reflective and itself /the evaluated of the competencies in pupils. The portfolios were created during the one half of the school year. In this time section was also planed and realized the art project which the topic was the trees and leaves. The...
Talented student in Art Education
Brajerová, Iveta ; Novotná, Magdalena (advisor) ; Fulková, Marie (referee)
AND KEY WORDS The diploma thesis deals with talented students in art education. How these pupils behave in art education, according to which it is possible to recognize these pupils and what demands the work with talented pupils in art education places on the teacher. In my thesis I try to create general recommendations for the work of a teacher with a talented student in art education and open a topic that has not yet been systematically elaborated in the Czech Republic. The diploma thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, in the first chapter I deal with giftedness and talent. At the beginning, I define the terms giftedness, talent and gifted pupils. I also present models and possible classifications of giftedness, characteristics of gifted children, the possibilities of their identification and education. In the second chapter I describe the position of giftedness and talent in legislative documents - in the document Strategy 2030+, in the Framework Education programmes and in the Decree No. 27/2016 Coll. In the third chapter I deal with art education and its relationship to talented students. In the fourth chapter I deal with creativity, current research on creativity and their connection with talented students. At the end of the theoretical part I...
Scrap material creations
Hrstková, Magdaléna ; Novotná, Magdalena (advisor) ; Hazuková, Helena (referee)
A series of art tasks is designed for the Centre for preschool children, established by the Children and Youth Centre in Prague. The common denominator designed creative tasks is to use scrap materials, especially plastics, and paper and textiles. The theoretical basis of this work is ecological, environmental and global education in the context of RVP PV and RVP ZV.

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