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The point of view of the employees in the children's home to a quality of life and wellbeing of their clients
Ježková, Jitka ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Vídršperková, Lenka (referee)
This thesis focuses on the point of view of the employees in the children's home on the quality of life and wellbeing of their clients. The literature review describes theoretical knowledge related to the topic. The research part has a qualitative form, where semi- structured interviews with the educators of children's homes were carried out. In the literature review, institutional care or the functioning of children's homes is described. Furthermore, the paper elaborates on the problem of negative influences endangering the child. Such influences represent inappropriate family environment, emotional attachment disorders, inappropriate and damaging behavior towards the child (abuse, neglect), psychological deprivation or adverse childhood experiences and traumas. These negative experiences significantly affect and influence children. Specifics of children's life in a children's home are described in more detail. Lastly, the paper defines terms "quality of life" and "wellbeing" and their possible concepts, especially in connection with life in a children's home. Qualitative research is implemented and described in the practical part of the work. As part of the research, semi-structured interviews are conducted with workers in the children's home. The interviews are subsequently transcribed, coded,...
Folktale, dream and their connections
Vídršperková, Lenka ; Kučera, Miloš (advisor) ; Smetáčková, Irena (referee) ; Voldřich, Michal (referee)
The dissertation discusses the similarities or even possible relatedness of folktales and dreams. The theoretical framework of this research is mainly psychoanalytical - in accordance with psychoanalytic theory, the assumption is accepted that manifestations of the unconscious can be observed in folktales, as well as in dreams. Manifest and latent content can be found in both, folktales and dreams, and therefore they can be interpreted. Some authors, such as the Hungarian folklorist G. Róheim, propose that a folktale originally comes from an individual dream, which was told by a dreamer and gradually enriched with cultural specifics. M. Kučera's theory of induction follows from this - folktales induce dreams that would have been dreamed anyway, because their content is based on child's unconscious needs and conflicts. The first part presents the theoretical basis. In the next part, a possible procedure for interpreting a folktale is shown on the folktale type ATU 510B (Princess with a Golden Star on her Forehead from B. Němcová). The available versions of the folktale are searched and compared; the basic timeline of the folktale is defined. The most famous interpretations are presented: According to some of them, the folktale deals with the psyche of an abused woman, according to others, the...
Children with challenging behaviour as a source of burden for primary school teachers
Týčová, Petra ; Viktorová, Ida (advisor) ; Vídršperková, Lenka (referee)
The thesis deals with the challenging behaviour of children from the perspective of first grade primary school teachers who perceive this behaviour as a significant source of professional stress. The aim of the thesis is to map which forms of children' behaviour are identified by teachers as the most burdensome, what they experience in relation to exposure to challenging behaviour and what teachers lack in order to manage the professional burden better. The theoretical section provides background information on the emotions and stress experienced by teachers. The next part is devoted to the concept of challenging behaviour of children, its forms and manifestations. Finally, the area of social support for teachers is discussed and the importance of mental hygiene is mentioned. The aim of the practical part is to trace, through a qualitative investigation by analysing semi- structured interviews, which children' behaviour is identified as challenging by the first-grade teachers at the selected school, what they experience in connection with exposure to this behaviour, what support they receive from the school management and the school counselling centre, or what additional support they would welcome and what they themselves do to be able to carry out their work with less professional burden. The...
Perception of parents when evaluating their children's school
Pánková, Magdaléna ; Viktorová, Ida (advisor) ; Vídršperková, Lenka (referee)
This diploma thesis aims to delve deeper into parents' perspectives on their children's schools. The research intends to investigate the factors that parents consider significant when assessing their child's educational institution and also considers their own past experiences with schooling, which may influence their expectations for their children's education. The theoretical part explores the concept of school satisfaction, examines the current discourse on education with a focus on the parent-school relationship, and highlights socio-cultural disparities in attitudes towards education and their reproduction. The empirical section of the thesis outlines the research goals and questions and describes the use of semi-structured interviews with eight parents whose children are currently studying in the third year of grammar school or secondary vocational school. Detailed profiles of the participants are also presented. The collected data is analyzed and grouped into four main categories and other sub-categories, which provide insights into parents' perspectives on their children's education. The findings reveal that parents prioritize children's satisfaction, individualized teaching approaches, and a collaborative partnership between parents and the school. Parents use their own past experiences as...
Education of adolescent girls with addictology problem in institutional care
Štromajerová, Kristýna ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Vídršperková, Lenka (referee)
This paper focuses on adolescent girls who are clients of a diagnostic institution and have been transferred to a specialized ward with more addictive support due to substance abuse. In this ward, they then attend school facilities that are not part of the institution and, according to the documentation of said ward, they are not successful in their studies and in most cases drop out of high school or apprenticeship. Therefore, the aim of this study was to find out what are the reasons and obstacles that prevent them from successfully completing their studies. The data collection was based on semi-structured interviews with the clients, the teaching staff of the diagnostic institute, the teaching staff of the schools where the clients attend and the parents of the clients. Another method used in this thesis was a detailed analysis of the documentation of the relevant department where the clients are placed. On the basis of the analysis of the interviews by means of selective coding, 41 categories were determined and these were subsequently narrowed down to 6 coherent themes that can be considered as direct causes of the school failure of the mentioned clients: self-assessment, finances, choice of field of study, problems at primary school, method of education, lack of information of class teachers....
Factors affecting an improvement of chosen pupils during the on-line education
Kroupová, Markéta ; Viktorová, Ida (advisor) ; Vídršperková, Lenka (referee)
In the time of the anti-epidemic measure were in person classes substituted by on-line classes. The aim of this thesis is to point out pupils who benefited from the on-line education with their grades as well as concentration, motivation and other key competences. The theoretical part is dedicated to the on-line education issues and comparison of in person and on-line form of education. There is a description of three fazes of school closings (Spring 2020, Autumn 2020, January - April 2021). It applies to parts of the climate in the classroom especially the intrusive aspects and their influence on the classwork and concentration. As well as pupil's personality and the effect of the change of the parenting style for the child's development. One chapter is dedicated to the development of key competences in the time of the on-line education. Then there is described the issue of the overloading of children with afterschool activities on their overall development and learning. Described are also external and internal motivations for learning. In the empiric part there is an evaluation of three casuistries of pupils who improved in their grades, in concentration area, motivation and key competences. Those pupils are attending the first grade of elementary school in the little village. Observed are...
The comparison of standardized testing and dynamic diagnostics of pupils with specific learning disabilities while using the Rey-Osterrieth complex figure
Baborová, Aneta ; Sotáková, Hana (advisor) ; Vídršperková, Lenka (referee)
The thesis deals with the comparison of standardized testing, and dynamic diagnostics of pupils with specific learning disabilities while using the Rey-Osterrieth complex figure. The thesis aimed to find out the advantages and disadvantages of dynamic diagnostics of pupils with specific learning disabilities while using the above-mentioned diagnostic tool. The implementation of research is based on the theoretical part, which consists of two large areas. These areas are standardized testing/dynamic diagnostics and specific learning/behavioral disabilities. The aspects that most correlate with the empirical part are highlighted. From the first area it is specifically the critique of standardized testing, dynamic diagnostics, the theoretical framework of dynamic diagnostics, the dynamic approach in consulting practice, and the critique of dynamic diagnostics. The second area concerns the types of specific learning disabilities, their social context, and specific behavioral disabilities. Research data were obtained using the Rey-Osterrieth complex figure and the WISC-III intelligence scale. The WISC-III intelligence scale was essential for determination of the research set, for the interpretation of the data based on cognitive profile, and for the negative interference in the testing using the...

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