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Bifurcation in mathematical models in biology
Kozák, Michal ; Stará, Jana (referee)
Stationary, spatially inhomogenous solutions of reaction-diffusion systems are studied in this thesis. These systems appears in biological models based on a Tu- ring's idea of a diffusion driven instability. In the connection, a global behaviour of bifurcation branches of these stationary solutions is analyzed. The thesis in- sists on theory of differential equations and on (particularly topological) methods of nonlinear analysis. The existence, as well as non-compatness in one-dimensional space, of a bifurcation branch of general reaction-diffusion system leading to Tu- ring's efekt is proved. Further, a priori estimates of Thomas model are derived. The results tend to theorem, that forall diffusion coefficient from the preestab- lished set there exists at least one stacionary, spacially nontrivial solution of Tho- mas model.
Education of primary school teachers at the faculties of education in the Czech Republic
Vokšická, Barbora ; Straková, Jana (advisor) ; Stará, Jana (referee)
The quality of education of teachers has recently started to be in the focus of educational theory, research and of education policy in all developed countries, including the Czech Republic. We face problems such as unqualified teachers, the lack of interest of young people in teaching, the departure of teachers from schools, the quality of education of teacher, with regard to the needs of modern society and the labor market. Furthermore, the lack of a standard for the teaching profession together with the high autonomy of universities leads to a situation in which individual faculties of primary education design education programs completely independently and we have little information, If they are equipping graduates with comparable knowledge and skills, building similar attitudes and establishing teacher education of similar priority. The theoretical part is devoted to the development of teacher education of primary schools in the Czech Republic after 1989, the legislative and conceptual anchoring of university teacher training. In the practical part, the thesis attempts to answer the question of how different is the preparation of primary school teachers at various faculties of education in the Czech Republic. The case studies were carried out at two departments of primary education in order to...
Waldorf school systém and teacher education for waldorf kindergarten in Czech republic
Nováková, Petra ; Koťátková, Soňa (advisor) ; Stará, Jana (referee)
This thesis deals with the system of schools in Waldorf and the education of Waldorf kindergarten teachers in the Czech republic. The theoretical part is focused on the personality of Rudolf Steiner and his philosophy, followed by the formation and spread of Waldorf-type schools in the Czech republic. Next, it is focused on the Association of Waldorf schools and the Association of Waldofrn kindergartens, which support the education of Waldorf teachers. An element of the theoretical part is also an analysis of the education of teachers for Waldorf kindergartens. The goal of the practical part is to determine the continuity of each individual grade of education of Waldorf schools in the Czech Republic, and a focus on research, whose goal is to find out the continuity of the individual grades of education of Waldorf schools in the Czech Republic.The next part is dedicated to an analysis of the 'School educational programs' of selected Waldorf kindergartens and their comparison thereafter. Organisation and the content of educational seminars for Waldorf kindergarten teachers and a task 'Association of Waldorf kindergartens in organising educational seminars' is described in the next part. The conclusion of the practical part is based on a survey among teachers of Waldorf kindergarten teachers. The goal...
Position of Global Education in Primary School
Opalecká, Sandra ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Zemanová, Blanka (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on Global Development Education (GDE) and its position in education at primary school. The main aims of this work are to find out why it is important to integrate global development issues in education, what are primary school kids preconditions for working with global issues and how can teachers integrate global issues to education. The theoretical part of the thesis begins with definition of GDE, then it is devoted its specifics in primary school education, its place in curricular documents and how it is integrated into education. In empiric part, GDE is investigated by questionnaire survey and interviews if the topics of GDE are incorporated into education, how often and what is the reason for this integration.
Problems of novice teachers
Poláchová, Magdaléna ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Wildová, Radka (referee)
The diploma thesis with the title Problems of beginning teachers. This deals with the issues of beginning teachers during their first years of practice and it also points out the existing forms of support which are available to young teachers in their first years. The theoretical part describes who can be considered a beginning teacher and the preparations of beginning teachers in Czech Republic and abroad. It defines key pedagogical and professional competence problems that new teachers experience at the start of their career. It offers solutions on how to deal with common issues and it also points out the forms of support which is available. The empirical part analyses specific problems which can appear at the start of their careers. Methods used for this analysis consisted of a questionnaire of 70 new teachers and the interview of 2 new teachers from the same primary school. The objective of this method is to find out the problems facing new teachers which appear in the first 3 years of their practice and to see if these issues were the same as the concerns that they had before they started teaching. It also highlights whether new teachers were offered any kind of support, if this support was satisfying and if so in which particular areas. It also finds out the competencies that every teacher...
Readiness of teachers for inclusive education - access to pupils with dysortohraphy
Hýsková, Karolína ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Uhlířová, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the readiness of teachers for inclusive education at primary schools and mainly focuses on the issues of approaching pupils with dysortography. The theoretical part summarizes the results of research focused on teachers' attitudes to inclusion, their needs in this area and perception of readiness to work in a heterogeneous class. Furthermore, the thesis contains the importance of inclusion and its definition, various types of views on inclusion, levels of inclusive education and legislative measures. In the next part the thesis concentrates on the difference between social exclusion and inclusion, deals with the issues of the support of pupils with special educational needs and defines approaches of individual groups towards the educational process. It also focuses on inclusion in primary school and competences of the inclusive teacher and last but not least on different specifics of pupils with specific learning disabilities, namely pupils with dysortography. The empirical part is focused on the approaches of teachers to pupils with dysortography. The main research method is a quantitative questionnaire for teachers teaching pupils with dysortography and as a complementary research method there is a qualitative semi- structured interviews with teachers to analyze the...
Attitude of teachers and parents toward inclusive education at Step by Step program
Koníčková, Klára ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Stará, Jana (referee)
The topic of this graduate thesis is the inclusive education programme Step by Step. More specifically, the work focuses on the attitude of the involved teachers and parents to this phenomenon. The theoretical bases are focused on the definition of the terminologically unclear terms of inclusion and integration, they outline their historical and legislative development as well as the overall intention and summarize the main components which influence its high-quality course. One part of the thesis also focuses on the characteristics of the participants and the base of this education, and also on the psychological aspects influencing the attitude of an individual. Last but not least, the work also deals with the programme Step by Step, with the summary of its inclusive principals and comparison of the publication: Kompetentní učitel 21. století: Mezinárodní profesní rámec kvality ISSA (2011) s dokumentem Profil inkluzivního učitele (Evropská agentura, 2012). The aim of the work was to map attitudes of several teachers of this programme to the joint education and to find out by using one example of a suitable inclusive practice whether the valuable work of a teacher positively projects into the minds of the parents and pupils of this class. To determine the results, observation method and...
Language skills development of pupils from language disadvantaged background realised in primary science education
Štěpán, Cyril ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (referee)
Diploma thesis - Cyril Štěpán Abstract In the theoretical part of my thesis, I first aim to outline the particular language problems of children brought up in a socially disadvantaged background. I attempt to describe what actually is "social disadvantage" and what are its specifics. Moreover, I deal with the particularity of development of children in such background and with the imapact on communication skills of these children when they enter nursery or elementary school. In the second chapter of my thesis, I write about langugage and communication barriers of children with different mother tongue. I describe and explain the term "different mother tongue". Then I pursue the statistics on pupils foreigners in czech schools and their categorisation to discover the most represented foreign languages in czech schools. I furthermore describe these languages (Slavic language group and Vietnamese) and I point out those linguistic differences of these languages when compared to the czech language that are the most crucial ones in the process of learning czech. In the last chapter of the theoretical part of my thesis, I write about school inclusion of these pupils. I first try to define the term inclusion only to later come up with concrete strategies and possibilities of inclusion of these pupils in czech...
Education of hospitalized children
Juránová, Veronika ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Kropáčková, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with needs of hospitalized school-age children, attitudes towards rearing of these children and education in a hospital school. Attention is paid mainly to social and educational needs of hospitalized children. The aim of the diploma thesis is to collect expertise related to the aspects of long-term hospitalization of a child and evaluate the reality of the education in the hospital school where the research took place. Firstly, the theoretical part defines the characteristics of physical and mental development of a school-age child. Furthermore, the theoretical part deals with various aspects of hospitalization of a child, especially in relation to his family and school life. In the empirical part, the qualitative research through interviews and observation is applied. It concentrates on how hospitalized children assess education in hospital schools, how the hospital schooling is organized and how the hospital school communicates with the school where a patient goes to. The research has shown that the respondents have a very positive attitude towards education in the hospital school, especially due to the individual approach of hospital teachers. On the other hand, they lack a collective from the school they normally go to. Moreover, a hospital teacher must be flexible in...
Education of pupils of primary school how not to be consumers
Wanková, Natálie ; Krčmářová, Tereza (advisor) ; Stará, Jana (referee)
The theoretical part of the presented diploma thesis aims to suggest a way to encourage non- consumer way of life in today's pupils at lower level in primary school (first school). Promotion of non-consumerism is based on the aims and principles stated in current Czech official curricular documents. The issues connected to consumerism, its formation and consequences are explained. Furthermore, general ways to avoid consumer way of life are suggested. A deeper insight is provided using pedagogical constructivism, with focus on the evocation phase, part of the "E-U-R model". This phase helps to motivate pupils and to discover what conceptions children have of consumerism. For this reason, the theoretical part also provides a closer look at children's conceptions. Considering the fact that consumer way of life is influenced by personal moral values, a section of the theoretical part deals with moral development of a child, focusing on a crucial age of 9-10, when the conception of moral realism changes. The practical part of the diploma thesis suggests a lesson whose main part is a questionnaire, which serves as a tool to determine children's conceptions of consumerism. The lesson is reflected upon and, based on the reflection, ideas for further education are suggested. The results stated in the...

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