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The aspects healthy of school and healthy education in interwar Czechoslovakia
Čížková, Michaela ; Kasper, Tomáš (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The idea of this work is to compare the efforts of different propagators and planners of new, and innovative approaches to healthy outdoors schools in the era between wars. To unveil the work of children's care propagators, as they not only focus on lecturing children. However, as they focus on children's social, physical, and psychological development and growth. The main point is to show propagators' efforts regarding children's development. Highlight the efforts of the propagators as they were not only focused on children's education, but also on the children's development as a human being. Understand the outstanding effort that the propagators made to see a child as a human being who needs adult's care to its growth and development. I would like to claim that the need for all-around development of a child is a crucial part of development. Passing on information is not the only necessity for a child. The relationship between an adult and a child frankly, is more important than information learned in school. Because the relationship between an adult and a child is equally important for both the adult and the child. Moreover, not only to educate, but physically and psychologically grow. The theoretical part is based on analysis of scholarly literature and will include chapters representing...
Dropout of college students
Havrdová, Alžběta ; Kasíková, Hana (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The issue of quality of higher education is not clearly defined. One of the indicators may be the dropout rate. Not much research has been done on this topic, especially systematic and long-term ones, in the Czech Republic. However, the demand shows the urgency and importance of dealing with the phenomenon, both in terms of quality and financing or development of universities. The research focuses on students' subjective reasons for leaving university during the covid period. The results are presented using a coding analysis that was collected in the focus group. Six students (from six universities) who had their own experience with dropout took part in it. The results are grounded in theory and are compared with previous research results from Czech universities. The theory provides an insight not only into an academic failure, but also into the transition between high school and university, the quality of higher education, understanding the needs of the student and the possibilities of higher education policy.
Prosocial education in the programmes of volunteer organizations working with children and youth
Derflová, Agadise-Jana ; Širl, Radim (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
This bachelor thesis offers an insight into the issue of prosocial education in the context of volunteer organisations working with children and youth. The aim is to compare the implementation of prosocial goals and values in the organisations' programmes. in the theoretical part, different concepts of prosocial education in both domestic and foreign environments are presented, followed by prominent features of volunteering and the situation of volunteer organizations in the Czech Republic. The comparison of six organisations shows the diversity in the scope and elaboration of prosocial content in the programmes of five organisations, while revealing the absence of an educational programme in the sixth organization. It also shows common goals, as well as differences in prioritization of values between the organizations. The thesis lays the groundwork for an empirical investigation focused on the practical fulfilment of goals and the transmission of values in various activities of the organizations. KEYWORDS prosocial education, volunteering, organizations working with children and youth, Junak - Czech Scouting, Pioneer, Association of youth tourist sections, Czech Camping Union, Duha, YMCA
VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN THE REGION OF SUŠICE - AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY
Rohn, Libuše ; Kasper, Tomáš (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of vocational education in the Sušice region at the end of the 19th century and in the first half of the 20th century. The thesis tries to find answers to the following questions: what kind of vocational schools were located in the Sušice region, what were their beginnings and development, who attended them, who supported them, what kind of education did the teachers achieve and what was the success rate of the students. The bachelor thesis consists of a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part creates a more comprehensive picture of the development of vocational education in the Czech lands in the context of Central Europe, it also describes the development of industry and deals with Jewish issues and Nazi occupation of the region. The practical part focuses on the Vocational Industrial School in Sušice and the Vocational School of Agriculture in Sušice. Key words: vocational education, technical education, vocational schools, Vocational Industrial School in Sušice, Vocational School of Agriculture in Sušice, agricultural education, industrial education, Nazi occupation, Sušice, Judaism, education in the First Czechoslovak Republic
Dance and movement education as part of the curiculum
Moravová, Jana ; Kasíková, Hana (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the question of the inclusion of dance and movement education in the curriculum, especially in primary schools. It presents the basic concepts related to this topic. It also discusses the development of the child physically and mentally in relation to physical movement. The chapter about dance and movement education briefly outlines the origins of teaching in our country, presents its current form in curriculum documents, its content, basic positions, exercises and steps, the necessary equipment for its implementation and examples of teaching abroad. Furthermore, it deals with teaching staff, their personality and education, describes the current state of education of dance teachers. It also mentions the initiatives of many entities that are trying to expand dance and movement education in schools. The empirical part is based on data collected through questionnaires, which is supplemented by observations and interviews. The questionnaire and interviews are interested in how the public and the selected sample of respondents view dance and movement education. They find out the respondents experience with it and their views on this complementary discipline.
Vojta Beneš 1878-1951
Kulhánková, Radka ; Váňová, Růžena (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The final thesis focuses on the Czech politician, teacher, writer and publicist Vojta Beneš, the brother of the second Czechoslovak president Edvard Beneš. The 73 years of his life belonged to the epoch that brought two world wars and the fundamental changes in the history of our country. We can find two major efforts in Vojta Beneš's life. Dedicated work for his homeland and help the Czechoslovak child. Beneš was an ardent nationalist in the best sense and subordinated all his life to the thought of independent, humanist and democratic state. He helped in its formation in 1918 as an active leader of the anti-Austrian resistance among our countrymen in America, fought to defend our country in 1938 and later in 1948, when his mother country was threatened by two totalitarian regimes. The second theme of Vojta Beneš's life, that this thesis deals with, is a quality education and social support of the Czechoslovak children, that he performed in his original profession, later in the service of high educational institutions in our country and also in the organizations, that provided social care to the people in need.
Importace of Pupil's Attention as a Condition for Personal Development the Importance of Attention to the Student as a Prerequisite for Personal
Hozáková, Kateřina ; Krykorková, Hana (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
This bachelor thesis researches general problems concerning the development of pupil's attention. It searches for it's coherence in the context of modern society. It explains the basic terms of attention and other that are associated with this topic. It deals with conditions that affect the attention. This thesis focuses on Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and it's influence on pupil's behaviour and their learning results at school. This work offers appropriate teaching methods that help resolve the difficulties connected with teaching and learning. It offers useful activities and games to improve pupil's attention abilities. Key words Attention, concentration, attention deficit, attention deficit disorder, ADD, attention development, family, school, pedagogical work
Competences and their development in the new scout educational program
Kuberová, Kateřina ; Pelikán, Jiří (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
The thesis deals with the development of key competences through Scout training. It focuses on the transformation of educational program in the Junák - Association of Scouts and Guides of the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The first part describes the history, the mission and ideals of Scouting. It deals with the development of Scouting in Czechoslovakia (or the Czech Republic) after 1990 and also explains how Junák is perceived by the public. It was found out by studies that were done in 2003. This thesis compares the historical and current educative documents that are used to support the development of children and young people's personalities. The thesis describes the initial impulses that led to the program's modification. Also the system of competences, which is essential for the new program, is developed in the thesis. The practical part contains instructions and suggestions for effective development of skills and deals with the further education for scout leaders. The work is accompanied by attachments that contain examples of previous and modern materials and a table summarizing the development of competences.
Analysis of typologic specifics of adaptation courses
Štěpánová, Berta ; Valenta, Josef (advisor) ; Krykorková, Hana (referee)
The dissertation focuses on adaptation courses. They represent specific access to personal development of pupils and students. In the phase of pre-research the field of concepts was narrowed, the working typology was created and the criteria of dividing were defined. In the theoretical part connections between the European vision of education and Czech curriculumforming documents were found and analyzed. Mentioned facts stand for the theoretical base of this diploma, together with elaboration about the personal and social education, adaptation courses and the concept of group dynamics. In the pre-research discovered variables, didactic categories, were elaborated deeply in the final chapter of the theoretical part. Then they were used in the practical, empirical part where they served for formation of the verifying instrument. This instrument will help to verify the working typology of the adaptation courses.
The development of financial literacy of the youth leaving children's home
Kačabová, Alžběta ; Valenta, Josef (advisor) ; Lorenzová, Jitka (referee)
This thesis is focused on education of financial literacy of children living in children's homes. It is based on current state of education politics in the fields of financial literacy, the contents of educational programmes and qualitative research of real current state of education of financial literacy in children's homes. The research itself will be made via structured interviews with children from children's homes. The research is focused on discovering the level of financial literacy of older children (15 - 18 years old) permanently living in children's homes, searching for possibilities of improvement of education of financial literacy in children's homes and therefore increasing prevention of social exclusion of young people leaving children's homes due to over-owing which is usually caused by low level of financial literacy. Key words Financial literacy, a client of a children's home, over-owing, social exclusion, the standards of financial literacy, educational politics, educational programs, economizing on financial resources.

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