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Parental co- decision making options in the Step By Step programme.
Výborná, Monika ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
This thesis deals with the issue of parents' participation in their children's education in the Step by Step programme in the first stage of primary school. The educational phenomenon of parental co-decision as one of the forms of cooperation with the family and as an important factor enhancing the effectiveness of pupils' education is presented in the theoretical part. The theoretical part of this thesis draws knowledge from both Czech and foreign literature. The theoretical part is followed by the research part, which is designed as qualitative research. The aim of the research is to find out how parents and teachers understand the phenomenon of co- decision and focuses on their feedback, based on their previous experiences. In addition to the advantages and benefits, the thesis also points out the weaknesses and critical points of co- decision. The practical part also includes an interview with a first stage primary school teachers, dealing with the Step by Step programme and the cooperation between parents and school through the Step by Step Methodology Centre. The interviews are based on the teachers' own practice and experience. The results of the research and the interviews with parents and teachers provide a comprehensive view of the issue of parental co-decision in the context of the Step...
Possibilities of inclusive education within the 1st stage of primary school
Machová, Eva ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
The thesis entitled "Possibilities of Inclusive Education in Primary School" discusses inclusive education with a closer look at its application in primary school. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on defining the concept of inclusion and terms related to it, introduces the background and principles of inclusive education and describes international conventions and national regulations that are central to the application of inclusion in the Czech environment. The thesis shows the principles of implementation of inclusive education in the Czech Republic and offers possibilities of evaluating the pro-inclusiveness of education. The second chapter of the theoretical part is devoted to the education of pupils with special educational needs in primary school, presents the system of education of these pupils and focuses on the actors in inclusive education - pupils, teachers and teaching assistants. The chapter also focuses on the guidance system in the school system and the support measures provided to pupils with special educational needs. The last chapter of the theoretical part characterises the private school system. The practical part focuses on a particular primary school and the possibilities of inclusive education at this school. It describes the support measures for grades 1-3 of...
Introduction of teacher-parent-pupil consultations in primary school
Bánovská Růžičková, Kamila ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
The Master's thesis entitled "Implementation of Parent-Teacher-Student Consultations in Primary Education" focuses on the systematic reflection during the implementation of consultations among teachers, parents, and students. The author, in the theoretical part, examines the relationship between the family and the school, along with their collaboration, taking into account the historical development of these institutions. An important aspect is also the exploration of the impact of feedback on students and the positive effects of this interaction on their education and personal growth. In the practical part of the thesis, the author, in the role of a teacher and an active participant, evaluates each cycle of consultations with the aim of advancing her professional development. Through action research, she observes the evolution of her own practice in implementing tripartite consultations. Research questions are posed, and the author reflects on her progress and acquired knowledge through a pedagogical diary. The main objective of the thesis is to enhance the professionalism of teachers and improve the quality of consultation practices. The author of this work strives to strengthen her professional identity and enhance the effectiveness of consultations. She firmly believes that the knowledge and...
Taking responsibility for one's own learning by primary school learners
Zemanová, Nika ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (referee)
The author tries to bring readers closer to the year-long process in which pupils take their educational journey into their own hands. The aim of the diploma thesis is to explore the system of interconnected and supporting steps that contribute to the efficiency of the entire process. In the theoretical part, the author focuses on the main components of the entire system, which support the resulting efficiency and the fulfillment of the goal, their implementation and evaluation with pupils. In the second, empirical part, the author describes, compares and evaluates individual systems at several different schools. In this part, a separate teacher-parent- pupil consultation itself is also evaluated. Key words: responsibility for one's learning, motivation, work with criteria, formative assessment, planning, self-assessment, cooperation with family, portfolio, teacher-parent-pupil consultations, class meetings
Conditions for Successful Implementation of CLIL Methodology in Primary School
Försterová, Věra ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (referee)
in English: The aim of this thesis is to explore conditions that enable to implement CLIL methodologies in primary school. In the theoretical part, the CLIL method will be described as an innovative approach in teaching foreign language. We will focus on hard CLIL and teaching CLIL in non- language subjects. Further, we will analyse benefits and perils that can occur while teaching foreign language in non-language subjects. The empirical research will focus on conditions that enable to implement CLIL methodologies in primary school and make it sustainable.
Gordon Model in Practice - an action research
Peřichová, Karolína ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
The topic of the thesis is the impact of classroom communication on teaching effectiveness. The theoretical work focuses on the ideas of Thomas Gordon, as described in his book Teacher Effectiveness Training where he discusses the impact of teacher-pupil communication on the educational process and offers communication methods to increase teaching effectiveness. In the theoretical part, I focus on various approaches to communication with pupils and their influence on the motivation to learn. The education objectives as stipulated in the Czech Education Act are the starting point for the theoretical work. The question of how these goals are met leads to Gordon's effective communication methods. These are based on an accepting attitude towards students and supported by the theory of humanistic psychology represented by Carl Rogers. I compare these methods with other pedagogical literature on education. In the practical part, I analyse selected teaching situations as described in my teacher's diary where I recorded real-life situations in which I tried to apply Gordon's effective communication methods and a respectful attitude towards pupils. In follow-up meta-reflections, I discussed how using these methods affects the teacher's personality and the teaching process, whether these methods can also be...
Involvement of family members in project-based learning in primary school
Michalová, Klára ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the involvement of family members in project-based learning in primary school. The theoretical part of the thesis is divided into two parts. In the first part are defined the terms project, project method and project-based learning, types of projects, their phases, the difference between project and integrated thematic teaching and the advantages and disadvantages of the project method. The second part explores the cooperation and communication between the school and the family, the definition of relevant concepts, the roles that parents can take concerning the school, the building of relations between the school and the family, the expectations that the family and the school can have between them, the involvement of family members in teaching and the forms in which cooperation can be implemented. The empirical part deals with the preparation and realization of three projects that were realized at three different schools. The effort was to involve family members of pupils in these projects and to describe this involvement. Based on semi-structured interviews with the involved teachers of the primary school and questionnaires with family members of pupils who participate in the project-based learning, or did not participate but were allowed to participate, were given...
Partnership and client approach in collaboration of family and school
Slancová, Ladislava ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
The theoretical part deals with the importance of partnership and cooperation of family and school. It focuses on different forms and best educational climate for the students. Clarifies innovative communication during the time the schools werw closed. The empirical part deals with the research of communicational between parents and school within the chosen school. It uses the formo f a structured interview, focal group and questionnaires for parents and pedagogs. It maps the cooperation of the school with family during the normal operation and in time of distance learning. KEYWORDS school, teacher, family, student, family and school cooperation, first stage of elementary school, experience, opinions, questionnaire, partnership, client approach, distance learning
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...

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