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(D)Evaluation at School
Poljaková, Tereza ; Valášková Vincejová, Eva (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The diploma thesis (D)evaluation at School deals with the phenomenon of evaluation in the school environment in a broader sense. It focuses in particular on the psychosocial context of evaluation processes. It is a qualitative study focusing on diffrent forms of assessment by teaching staff and their influence on the behaviour of pupils. The study is based on data collected at several school institutions and is mainly based on hundreds of hours of observation and dozens of interviews. Most of the evaluation methods described in the thesis are part of the so- called hidden curriculum of the school and are often not reflected by the teaching staff. These are in particular different types of assessments from position of power, which can negatively affect the class climate and also have a potentially destructive effect on the development of pupils' personality. The thesis is devoted, of course, to more appropriate, respectful methods of evaluation. But it also points to the fact that even such assessments are no guarantee that pupils' behaviour will be disciplined and cooperative. The thesis discusses various modes of pupil responses to power and respectful evaluations by teaching staff, depending on the type of tune-up class as a social group. The main aim of the thesis is to highlight the gap between theory...
Fricová, Anna ; Kasper, Tomáš (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The thesis captures the social context of the growth of grammar school studies in Chomutov in the period 1918-1948. It focuses mainly on the national aspects of Czech-German relations in then education. Based on period sources, it tries to emphasize both its general features and, above all, local specifics. It shows how in the city with a German majority, which had a recognized high school with an old historical tradition, the Czech minority's efforts to establish its own secondary school were very difficult to enforce. It illustrates some complicated moments of Czech-German relations on the position of the Jewish minority. It tries to bring together important communal personalities in the city who participated in the development of local education. It brings profiles of some local professors and pedagogues and also notes the everyday life of secondary school life at the time. It seeks to clarify how German high school students contributed to the escalation of hostility to the republic in the tragic year of 1938, the consequences of which led to World War II and the post-war expulsion of the German population. The Czech grammar school was then developed by the need for settlement and post-war reconstruction of the border… Powered by TCPDF (
Occurrence of risk behavior of studenst of the 2nd grade of primary schools in Prague 5
Kudličková, Dagmar ; Koťa, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
(in English): In my work I deal with the occurrence of risk behavior of students of the 2nd grade of primary schools (in Prague 5). In the first, theoretical part of this work I deal with the explanation of concepts that relate to the issue and form the basis of the work. These theoretical findings are applied in the second, practical part, in which I am interested in whether the students of the 2nd grade are sufficiently informed about the manifestations of risk behavior, whether they are already in some form, whether in the school environment or outsider it, and also which manifestation of risk behavior is currently most pronounced in schools. In my work I also try to point out the short comics of the minimum preventive programs of primary schools. These data are read from the annual reports of primary schools, for a period of 2 years. For my work, I chose quantitative research, which includes a larger number of respondents, specifically online questionnaires. I chose students of the 8th and 9th grades of primary schools in Prague 5, because I find this target group is the most endangered by risk behavior.
Didactics of English language for the deaf at secondary schools
Nováčková, Kateřina ; Valenta, Josef (advisor) ; Kasíková, Hana (referee)
(in English): The final thesis "Didactics of English language for the deaf at secondary schools" tries to find out what methods of lessons and communication would be the most useful for the deaf during English lessons them to pass the final exam at secondary schools. This final thesis was written because of the lack of materials for the deaf. In the Czech Republic there are neither didactics nor methods, manuals on how to teach English to the deaf at secondary schools. Therefore, this thesis could be used as a methodology for the English teachers of the deaf at secondary schools. The theoretical part of the final thesis focuses on the terminology. It points out that the Deaf belongs to the language-cultural minority. There are also shown that different ways of communication that can be used in terms of the deaf. One part is focused on the English final exam. In the last part there are mentioned some specific methods which can be used for teaching English to the deaf. The practical part follows the theoretical part and concentrates on the methods of teaching and the ways of communication with the deaf during English lessons at a secondary school. To reach our goal the qualitative research was chosen. Our respondents were deaf students of one secondary school for the deaf, Deaf graduates and hearing...
The influence and use of dance in the education process
Nováková, Elena ; Komárková, Tereza (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
(in English): The aim of the thesis is a theoretical introduction to the influence of motion on the development of child aged from six to twelve years and the possibility of involvement of ballroom dancing to the education process. The first part of the bachelor's thesis is focused on the influence of movement in general on the child's development, especially motor, social and mental development. The second part deals with the effects of ballroom dancing and its use in teaching with practical examples of movement exercises.
Self studies at university level education
Charvátová, Anežka ; Kasíková, Hana (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
This diploma thesis aims to provide a rounded view of and information pertaining to the concept of individual preparation as part of a student's university education. The goal is to deliver wholesome theoretical materials in relation to individual preparation as part of a student's university education. The aim was to test the given hypothesis, which deal with the individual aspects of the individual preparation of university students. The work is split into a theoretical and practical section. The theoretical component covers definitions of concepts covering individual preparation as well as signposting university teaching itself. Further, it mentions teaching methods, feedback loops and the independence of the students themselves. These themes form the foundation of the practical section. The theoretical element has its basis in topical literature. The empirical section of the work stems from quantitative research, which defines how current individual preparation occurs in university students, whether it can be seen as typical for this type of education and whether there are any differences when it comes to considering degrees in either technical areas or the humanities. Data was gathered via questionnaires, which were then statistically analyzed. Respondents were approached randomly via the...
Stress among university students: causes and coping strategies
Hošková, Anna ; Koťa, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on stress in university students. The aim of the thesis is to examine what are the main sources of stress experienced by university students, what are coping strategies students use to cope with stress, and whether these strategies are effective. The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part of the thesis discusses characteristics of university student population, the specification of tertiary education and changes in higher education in the 21st century. It defines the concept of stress, its theoretical approaches, types of stress and reactions to it. In the next part, the bachelor thesis presents the existing research on stress in university students and academic stressors. Subsequently, the thesis introduces the concept of coping, adaptation and presentation of coping models. The practical part of the work involves qualitative research, the aim of which was to use interviews with students to identify the main causes of stress and coping strategies in a selected sample of Czech university students. Data were obtained vie semi-structured interviews with five university students and then analyzed using interpretive phenomenological analysis (IPA). Key words Stres, university, students, higher education, coping strategies, student well-being
Creating the learning programme for facilitating the higher education school choice and verifying its benefits
Zeman, Jan ; Valenta, Josef (advisor) ; Valášková Vincejová, Eva (referee)
The thesis aims at improving the process of choosing a university by designing an experimental educational course composed of activities focused on self-knowledge and working with information. The theoretical part includes an overview of the existing research about higher education school choice. To create suitable activities, it was necessary to know the importance of choice factors, prospective students' needs and the facts about current sources of information. The thesis also presents the current state of career consulting and courses focused on a similar subject. The empirical part describes the content of the online educational workshop and its implementation including students' evaluation. The verification of the course's benefits was secured by interviews with the students and by evaluation of their learning outcomes from the activities. Furthermore, the thesis contains a description of the research limits caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and a recommendation for future improvements and methodical use. Key words: Higher education choice, career consulting, prospective student, decision-making, designing methodology
Current parental trends in education
Reichová, Veronika ; Valenta, Josef (advisor) ; Sedláčková, Daniela (referee)
The diploma thesis on the topic "Current parental trends in education" reveals the latest educational trends in contemporary parents such as: Tiger Upbringing, Contact Parenting, Education through non-education or Education without Losers. For each type of education, the basic elements and pillars on which upbringing is based are characterized. At the same time the diploma thesis focuses on rewards and punishments in education, where it describes the newly emerging educational currents - upbringing without punishments and upbringing without punishments and rewards. It also finds out the difference between motivation and manipulation in education and how these two educational elements work. The last point in the theoretical part is to determine the possible reasons why some current parents choose a different type of upbringing than the one they were used to in childhood. In the practical part a questionnaire survey was chosen, which educational style is the most preferred by our selected parents. It also focused on the relationship between original and contemporary upbringing, whether there is any connection between the upbringing experienced by parents in childhood and then the upbringing they now apply to their children. The research sample showed that the democratic style is the most adequate and...
Motivational and interest potential of leisure activities from the point of view of educators of children's home with school
Štěpánková, Jana ; Lorenzová, Jitka (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the motivational and hobby potential of children's leisure activities in an orphanage with a school. It is based on the assumption that for children who have been ordered institutional education or imposed protective education, it is very important to make meaningful use of free time and a wide range of leisure activities. The work is of a theoretical-empirical nature. Its aim is to find out how the educators of a children's home with a school design the preparation for the afternoon and weekend program, so that the children can attract, develop and motivate them to make meaningful use of their free time. The partial goals are to find out how they motivate children to actively participate in programs prepared by educators and how educators evaluate the effectiveness of this motivation. The theoretical part of the work is based on an analysis of the literature and a search of research conducted on the topic. In the individual chapters, it deals in more detail with the characteristics of a children's home with a school and other facilities where children who have been ordered to have institutional or protective care are placed. It describes the reasons for placing children in this type of facility, characterizes the category of leisure time and leisure activities...

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