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Using IoT in high school
Hanel, Filip ; Vaňková, Petra (advisor) ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee)
The thesis deals with the technological trend that the Internet of Things has recently become in the context of teaching at secondary school. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the basic technological and technical aspects of the Internet of Things, its definition, history and growing popularity. It also discusses the connection between this trend and education in three ways. Firstly with the idea of smart school, then the design of the teaching subject and its curriculum, hardware and software, and finally the use of IoT as a tool for teaching non-IT subjects. Attention is also given to different teaching methods and forms of learning such as STEM, DIY, design thinking, project-based and problem-based learning. The practical part is devoted to qualitative research and the introduction of some selected teaching activities. The research explores the perceptions of this trend in the selected secondary schools, including recommendations for teaching. From the findings of the investigation, it is evident that teaching dealing with this trend is already taking place or is in the pipeline in most of the schools, mainly due to the growing popularity of this trend and hence increasing demand in the job market and the complex integration of several information disciplines such as programming, database,...
Collection of problems from algorithmization and programming
Lukš, Jan ; Štípek, Jiří (advisor) ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee)
The presented bachelor thesis deals with the issue of algorithmization and programming in high schools. It aims to create a set of programming exercises, including guidelines for teachers, which can then be used in programming classes. The theoretical part of the thesis defines and describes the concepts related to algorithmic, or more precisely, computational, thinking. The practical part of the thesis uses the theoretical background to explain the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed concept, and present basic information about the individual exercises. This part of the thesis also includes a web application, which enables the work to be carried out more comfortably within the guidelines. Finally, the suitability of the exercise concept is tested in the selected schools. Feedback is obtained through a questionnaire together with teacher interviews and evaluation, and suggested changes to the web application from the sub-tasks.
Assessment of high school students in computer science education
Círal Sedláček, Martin ; Černochová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee)
The thesis concerns the assessment and evaluation of secondary school students in computer science subjects in the Information Technology 18-20-M/01 field of study in the Czech Republic. There is no methodology readily available for the teachers of informatics-oriented subjects to assess and evaluate students, and the teachers adapt the assessment to their own needs as well as the conditions of the particular school. The aim of the theoretical part of the thesis is to introduce the issue of assessment and evaluation, based on the analysis of literature on the issue of school assessment and evaluation at secondary schools in IT-oriented subjects. The theoretical part of the thesis describes theoretical knowledge in the field of student assessment and evaluation. The possibilities and types of assessment and evaluation, together with methodological approaches to those, are presented, along with their use, advantages, and disadvantages. The findings are supported by professional literature, and further interpreted. The aim of the practical part is to observe how teachers evaluate students in IT-oriented subjects, what methods and approaches they apply in individual subjects, how they approach the evaluation of the learning outcomes and their students' work. The research was conducted on n = 63...
Development of digital literacy in primary school education
Zbuzková, Eliška ; Novák, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Tocháček, Daniel (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the search for the possibilities of developing digital literacy in primary school subjects focusing on the digital competence of communication and collaboration in the sixth year of primary school. The theoretical part defines the concepts of digital literacy and essential digital competence, which was added as the seventh key competence in the revision of the Framework Curriculum for Primary Education in 2021. Subsequently, the relationship between these two concepts and the context of their emergence is explained. An overview of the learning outcomes of the curriculum areas of the FCE Framework usually taught in the sixth year of primary school is based on an analysis of a few selected school curricula. In addition to the materials needed for the pupil's advancement in digital literacy, the DigCompEdu European Framework of Digital Competences for Educators is also summarised. This defines the digital competencies teachers need to have to develop digital literacy in their pupils correctly and effectively. Last but not least, the theoretical part of the thesis contains an overview of websites with online materials designed to develop digital competence in pupils and a list of selected general means of communication and collaboration that could be used for sending...
Virtual world in education
Šmarda, Radim ; Vaňková, Petra (advisor) ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee)
The thesis deals with the development of computer and algorithmic thinking using virtual worlds, especially in the environment of the well-known computer game Minecraft. The aim of the thesis is to analyze virtual worlds as a way to develop algorithmic thinking in second grade primary school students, to map available solutions and to create a comprehensive set of practical tasks in a selected environment and then to conduct a research investigation verifying the selected solutions in the educational reality. The theoretical part of the thesis, in its introduction, focuses on the definition of terms directly related to the issue. Subsequently, the thesis analyses and maps the available tools suitable for the development of algorithmic thinking in the school environment. The main contribution of this thesis lies in the practically oriented part, which contains a collection of algorithmic problems created and tested in practice. This should serve as a theme for teachers in the subject of computer sciences. The tasks are in the form of methodological materials for block programming in a special version of the computer game Minecraft for schools and educational institutions. On the basis of all the obtained knowledge, the result of the work is the evaluation of the usefulness of virtual worlds as a...

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