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Principals as educational leaders
Černý, Jakub ; Veselý, Arnošt (advisor) ; Pýchová, Silvie (referee)
The Thesis focuses on opinions and attitudes of Czech primary and secondary school's headteachers and brings information about their perception of needs in fields of administrative and pedagogic matters. For this purpose, it was carried out a survey among 1 908 respondents. Theoretical part of Thesis finds content of the concept "pedagogical management" on the normative basis which assumes that headteacher is - firs of all - pedagogical leader. In accordance with the theoretical basis, the survey findings and practical knowledge there are headteacher support scenarios in the last part of the Thesis. The scenarios provide inspiration for the considered district support body competence and call for solutions outreach the educational policy framework.
The role of selected companies in work-life balance of employees, focusing on the concept of corporate social responsibility
Kavalová, Aneta ; Potůček, Martin (advisor) ; Pýchová, Silvie (referee)
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the role of selected companies in the area of work-life balance of employees, with a focus on the concept of corporate social responsibility. The issue of reconciliation both parts of life has recently become a topic that attracts more and more attention as there has been an incresed number of people facing struggles in this area. Therefore, in the first part of the thesis the topic of work-life balance was put into social context, subsequently into the context of public and social policy and finally also to the concept of corporate social responsibility which represents a framework through which the work-life balance issue is viewed. There are lots of actors influencing one's possibilities regarding reconciliation of work and personal life, however, employers are one of the most significant ones. The thesis thus focuses on two companies with a different scope of work-life balance policy in a form of case study. The first aim of the research that was conducted within this thesis was to provide a comprehensive view of the approaches towards work-life balance policy of the selected companies through data obtained from semi-structure interviews with relevant representatives of both companies, these data were subsequently analyzed through optics of the...
Why do graduates of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen perform better on the labour market than their colleagues at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the University of Pardubice?
Pravda, Petr ; Kokeš, Richard (advisor) ; Pýchová, Silvie (referee)
The thesis concerns the causes why do graduates of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen perform better on the labour market than their colleagues at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the University of Pardubice. The thesis tries to find out what factors it is caused by. It wants to contribute to identify the appropriate measures to improve the employability of the humanities graduates. We distinguish between external and internal factors. The selection of all factors is explained and justified in detail. External factors are labour market segmentation and regional labour market situation. Internal factors are prestige of the college, professional experience while studying, extent of emphasis on soft skills in teaching and range of career counselling. The thesis is two case studies and its goal is to offer a profound and comprehensive understanding of the phenomenon being researched. Structured interviews with employees of career centres of the University of Pardubice and the University of West Bohemia were utilised. However, the basis of the thesis is the study duties analysis of the students at these faculties. Comparing between two faculties that belong to different universities is rather complex and unusual in the Czech Republic. The thesis has...
Drop-out of novice teachers
Kotýnková, Štěpánka ; Mouralová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Pýchová, Silvie (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of so-called drop-out of teachers from schools or the early departure of teachers from their profession. It focuses specifically on novice teachers, which means teachers in the early years of their careers. This is a very current issue, because the lack of quality teachers is a problem not only in the Czech Republic but also abroad. The thesis focuses on former elementary and secondary school teachers in the Czech Republic. The primary goal of the thesis is to identify and understand the reasons for the drop-out of novice teachers. In addition, the thesis also deals with the course of the teacher's education and practice and the possibilities of preventing the early departure of novice teachers. The first part of the thesis contains the theoretical and factual basis of the studied problem and the results of previous studies of the topic are also presented here. The second part of the thesis is formed by the analysis of eight half-structured interviews with former teachers. Their narratives are briefly introduced here. The work concludes that the drop-out of novice teachers can be caused by many different factors that are combined and accumulate over time. Drop-out is not usually caused by only one of them. The decision to leave their profession is a...
Phenomenon of Private Elementary Schools - New Trend in Education?
Cabalková, Anna ; Veselý, Arnošt (advisor) ; Pýchová, Silvie (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the situation of emerging private elementary schools in the Czech Republic. As this is a new phenomenon, only recognised in the past few years, there is little detailed evidence that would provide the necessary information about these schools; such as what kind of schools are registered and why they were created. This paper aim is to identify and describe the main types of these schools and understand their functions. The first part is to comprehend the shift in education and stress out the influence and role of new actors. This is achieved through providing the different perspectives on education and through description of supply and demand for education. This new phenomenon is also supported by the Theory of Exit, Voice & Loyalty which explains behaviour of private school's initiators and founders. The thesis also examines different authors' and publications' views on alternative and traditional schooling, private, public and non-public schools and the difficulties in comparison across different educational systems. The practical part and its research offers systematic and objective evaluation of the new schools being established and how they work. It also presents possible reasons for the rise in the number of new schools and, what implications this phenomenon can...

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