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Study abroad as an opportunity to personal and professional development of future teacher
Horáková, Štěpánka ; Hejlová, Helena (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
(English) This thesis is about a role that a study abroad can have for a future teacher. It researches which areas of professional preparation can be most affected by studying abroad and how this experience can contribute to a growth on a personal level. The theoretic part describes studying abroad, with a primary focus on Erasmus+ for pre-gradual students of primary school education. The second chapter argues the phases of gaining pedagogical profession and a possible effect of the abroad study on them. It focuses mainly on the effects on professional growth of a student. The last chapter of theoretical part of the thesis focuses on the effect of an abroad study on the growth of pedagogical persona including the gains to the key competences. The practical part is a mixed research, with the goal of discovering how studying abroad can help the future teachers grow in the areas of personal and professional competences. It analyzes experiences and a subjective reflection of the participants of an abroad study. The data are collected with a mixed research with the help of mixing the methods, where you use the qualitative method then quantitative method and finish with a qualitative method again. The attention is first on depth reflection of a concrete abroad study, then on the analysis of the amount of...
Embedding Formative Assessment in English Language Teaching in Primary School
Buriánková, Zuzana ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Krátká, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on embedding the formative assessment in English language teaching in primary school. It focuses on formative assessment strategies and their implementation in foreign language teaching. It specifies the learning aims, criteria, communication in the classroom including the efficient questioning, feedback, peer- assessment and self-assessment. The theoretical part of the diploma thesis deals with the school assessment, it describes the typology, the forms and the functions of assessment. It also deals with the theme of ability to learn foreign language with regard to cognitive, social and emotional, and physical growth of children. The third chapter of the theoretical part describes the key strategies of formative assessment. The empirical part explores the process of embedding the formative assessment strategies into the primary education. The collection of particular techniques is embodied in this part of the thesis. These techniques were used in the process of embedding the formative assessment in English language teaching in our school. There was the question at the beginning of the research: Do English primary teachers use formative assessment? My primary aim was to make gradual change in teaching using the techniques of formative assessment and to respond more to...
Teacher's cooperation with the family in primary school
Kopáčová, Lydie ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the complete issue of the cooperation and communication among the tripartite: teacher- parent- pupil in primary school. The theoretical part characterizes the institution of the family and the school, describes their relations and an influence of a child when speaking of the society development and its point of view of a child education. It deals with the support of child's keys development (the ability to communicate, to learn, to solve problem situations and to self-evaluate). It offers the point of view of two-way anticipation parent- teacher and their mutual roles. The current new forms of pedagogical communication constitute an integral part of the Diploma thesis - the author deals in detail with important differences in both types of consultations: personal and on-line forms, evaluates their effectivity and difficulties for all involved side. The author presents the educational programme "To start together" at the end of the thesis. This is orientated towards a child and a parental-teacher relation. The practical part deals with evaluation of cooperation between a teacher and parents in the concrete class. The author uses examples of her school praxis in primary school and presents forms and methods in communication. She focuses on giving tripartite (teacher -...
Pupil's Assesment in Biology
Ouředníková, Eliška ; Novotná, Kateřina (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
The thesis is focused on formative assessment in biology, specifically it describes its use in biology teaching. The aim of the thesis is to discuss formative assessment, its strategies, methods and processes that can be used in biology classes. The theoretical part defines school assessment. The topic of formative assessment is presented in the context of the types and roles of school assessment and also biology teaching. The empirical part, using the qualitative design of the multi-case study, builds on the data obtained by the in-depth interviews with two teachers. The aim of the research was to describe the way teachers assess students in biology classes and their attitude and knowledge about formative assessment. The two case studies illustrate how teachers perceive formative assessment as one of the possible ways to collect evidence about the knowledge of their students. The author asked about grading and its importance for the teachers. She was also interested in the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on teaching and assessment. The research showed that various strategies and methods of formative assessment are appropriate for biology teaching. According to the teachers, the most important and the most effective methods are feedback, assessment according to criteria and peer assessment....
The CLIL Methodology and its Application in Primary Education
Červená, Michaela ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Novotná, Kateřina (referee)
The diploma thesis is concerned with content and language integrated learning, the CLIL method. The thesis is specifically focused on English language teaching in primary education. The theoretical part contents an introduction of the CLIL methodology, its history and specifics, including the aims, activities or materials in CLIL lessons. The thesis also focuses on what the application of this method looks like in chosen European countries, including the Czech Republic. Specifically, in the case of the Czech Republic, the thesis lists information related to CLIL teachers, the organization of CLIL classes, or CLIL projects that have taken place in the territory over the past years. The aim of the practical part is to describe how the method is applied in chosen Czech primary schools and how it is viewed by teachers and pupils in terms of its attractiveness and effectiveness. The research is designed as a multiple case study with the usage of observations of CLIL lessons and interviews with CLIL teachers and pupils at three primary schools in Prague. The result of the practical part is an analysis of the interviews and the author's observations of the CLIL lessons, completed by a summary of the findings from all the parts of the research altogether. These findings are then compared in the final...
Communication and cooperation between the school and parents in the "Step by step" program
Kozubková, Tereza ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of communication and cooperation between school and family in the first stage in the program Step by step. The theoretical part of the thesis defines the concept of communication and pedagogical communication, their functions and influencing factors. The thesis describes the program Step by step and its basic principles. Based on this, a large part of the work is devoted to comparing the forms of communication and cooperation in the program Start together with a common concept. The practical part examines personal and electronic types of communication and cooperation with the family in practice. Furthermore, the research focuses on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on communication and cooperation between schools and families. Cooperation between school and family. The research of the work is based on a qualitative method of research in the form of a questionnaire. The author compares the results and concludes her work with a discussion. KEYWORDS: Communication, family, school, program "Step by step", education, skills, know-how, coronavirus
Strategies for improving the class climate
Kottová, Anna ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis is divided into two parts. Practical part and theoretical part. The theoretical part is focused on the characteristics of the younger school age of pupils who are the subject of the practical part of the diploma thesis. Furthermore, the theoretical part deals with the personality of the teacher, who is one of the main co-creators of the class climate. Diagnostic tools are described here that are used to evaluate the climate of a given class. In the practical part, I use action research to verify which methods and forms of work have led to an improvement in the climate of my class. KEYWORDS Classroom climate, teacher personality, younger school age characteristics, action research
Morning letter as a tool for promoting reading and literacy
Jelínková, Eliška ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
This Master's Thesis deals with the Morning Letter from the program Step by Step as a possible tool for developing reading literacy. The theoretical part deals with the definition of reading literacy, the individual components and its anchoring in the Framework Education Program for Elementary Education. Thesis compares the key competences set out in the Framework Education Program for Elementary Education with reading literacy and explains their relationship and the importance of their equal development. It also describes one of the key program in this area, the program Reading and Writing for Critical Thinking, and its methods of developing reading literacy. It also deals with program Step by Step and the development of reading literacy as its component. Thesis focuses mainly on the Morning Letter as a possible reading strategy. The practical part is based on observations and interviews with teachers from the program Step by Step and their experience with Morning Letters and which forms of them are confirmed to be useful and how is perceived its overlap in reading literacy. It also includes a set of Morning Letters applied in mainstream class and their analysis and reflection in terms of reading literacy. Based on this analysis thesis it also contains a few designs of Morning Letters emerging...
Teaching English to pupils with specific learning disabilities in the first level of primary school
Simandlová, Jitka ; Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
The thesis is focused on teaching students with learning disabilities in the first level of primary school, especially for teaching English to these children. Further, I will focus mainly on finding and verification of teaching methods to be used when teaching English to these students.
Bullying prevention in primary school
Lišková, Olga ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
The master's thesis is devoted to bullying prevention with a focus on primary school pupils. It has both theoretical and empirical character. The theoretical part provides a deeper insight into the issue of bullying clarifies relationships among its actors and the displays of bullying while focusing on types of pupils'aggression. It further provides knowledge of developmental psychology. The bullying prevention part is divided into a sub-part, which teachers can use at class level, and a sub-part, which schools implement at the level of school education programme. At the end the preventive programmes for primary school pupils and organizations which provide primary prevention are described. The empirical part comprises a research conducted using Korthagen's "Spiral of Professional Development". A "Cats'Garden" preventive programme was implemented in the second grade classes of a primary school. After the implementation, a detailed reflection was carried out, in which the basic aspects were evaluated and the alternative options were suggested. Based on the evaluation, a new anti-bullying programme was developed and tested on the pupils. The research used observation methods, interviews and product analysis. The aim of the research was to evaluate the effectiveness of the programme considering...

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