National Repository of Grey Literature 5 records found  Search took 0.00 seconds. 
Projects aimed on enhancing active citizenship among primary school pupils
Křešničková, Pavla ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Zemanová, Blanka (referee)
This diploma discusses projects to enhance active citizenship among primary school pupils. The work seeks to describe the importance of education for active citizenship in primary schools, to map projects dedicated to deepening knowledge regarding the role of an active citizen, and at the same time to inspire interested teachers to incorporate this issue into their lessons. The work is divided into two parts, theoretical and empirical. The theoretical part defines the concepts of citizenship and active citizenship, the goals of education for active citizenship, and its inclusion in the curriculum, as well as a description of two different projects devoted to this issue. The empirical part tries to answer several questions regarding the projects. First, it answers why it is essential to include education for active citizenship as early as the 1st grade of primary school. It further discusses the goals and risks of this inclusion. Lastly, the empirical part focuses on new and existing programs and initiatives that deepen the development of education for active citizenship among children in the 1st grade of primary school. This part is implemented using the method of in-depth interviews with people who deal with active citizenship and civic education in the Czech Republic and, at the same time, have...
Self-evaluation of primary school students
Šimková, Nikola ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Zemanová, Blanka (referee)
The thesis deals with the self-evaluation of primary school students. The aim is to find out with what perspective the selected first grade teachers approach pupils' self-assessment. The theoretical part explains the concept of assessment. It lists its functions, forms and types. It focuses more on formative assessment and feedback in relation to self-assessment. It also mentions self-concept, which is closely related to self-assessment. It presents its definition and development with regard to the age focus in the first stage of primary school. It looks more closely at pupils' self-assessment. It focuses on the development of self-evaluation of the individual, its meaning and functions and the conditions for its development in school. It mentions what types of self-assessment are divided into and what methods and techniques can be used. Finally, it highlights the possible risks and pitfalls of pupil self-assessment. The practical part investigates the position taken by selected primary school teachers on pupil self- assessment. The research is carried out using observation and interview methods. The results of the research show that the selected first grade primary school teachers give their pupils space for self-evaluation using different methods and techniques. However, this is done to a limited...
The use of scouting elements at primary school
Marková, Anna ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Zemanová, Blanka (referee)
This thesis analyses primary education and the current trend of environmental education. It focuses on Scout and its educational approach. The starting points and educational principles of scouting are related to the current popular trends in education at primary schools. The Učíme se venku program and Real World Learning were chosen as similar effective environmental approaches that seek to have the same impact on pupils' attitudes and values. The Step by Step program was added to the thesis for the purpose of conducting research in the activity centres. Scout's methods and outlooks on education coincide with these approaches and with the Framework Education Programme in pedagogical goals, such as evolving the pupil's attitudes and values, a partnership approach, a positive relationship with nature and the upbringing of a democratic citizen. The theoretical part of the thesis aims to present the Scout's educational method and to compare it with other environmental programs and the Framework Education Programme, to establish where they agree and where they differ. The aim of the practical part is to find out how it is possible to use the individual elements of these directions in teaching at primary schools. The research results indicate the benefits of using elements of scouting for teaching at...
Dialogue in teaching
Holzerová, Jana ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Zemanová, Blanka (referee)
This thesis entitled 'Dialogue in teaching' delves into the topic of dialogic teaching at the primary school. The main objective is to assess the implementation of aspects of the philosophy for children method as a dialogical method in school practice. The author places emphasis on the specific role of the teacher in this process. In the theoretical part, the author expounds the structure of teaching communication, defines dialogue and dialogical teaching, and discusses various didactic approaches and methods that incorporate dialogue in teaching, especially the philosophy for children method. The practical part aims to determine the extent to which primary school teachers have been successful in fulfilling the principles of dialogic teaching and to identify the obstacles the achievement of these principles. A checklist is created for this purpose. Furthermore, the aim is to find out what is the role of the teacher in dialogic teaching. The research is a multiple case study and combines the method of direct observation and interviews with teachers. The findings reveal that teachers successfully manage to ask open-ended questions of higher cognitive demand during teaching, use questions to support students in longer speeches, and succeed in developing students' critical and creative thinking....
Position of Global Education in Primary School
Opalecká, Sandra ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Zemanová, Blanka (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on Global Development Education (GDE) and its position in education at primary school. The main aims of this work are to find out why it is important to integrate global development issues in education, what are primary school kids preconditions for working with global issues and how can teachers integrate global issues to education. The theoretical part of the thesis begins with definition of GDE, then it is devoted its specifics in primary school education, its place in curricular documents and how it is integrated into education. In empiric part, GDE is investigated by questionnaire survey and interviews if the topics of GDE are incorporated into education, how often and what is the reason for this integration.

See also: similar author names
9 Zemanová, Barbora
1 Zemanová, Bohuslava
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.