
The classical and quantum applications of Xray imaging methods
FIKSLOVÁ, Anežka
The topic of the bachelor's thesis is responding to the finding that there is no simple educational text which is dealing with the topic of Xray imaging methods that is unifying applications of classical and quantum physic and Xray theory structure currently. The purpose of this bachelor's thesis is to create a theoretical base that is summarizing knowledge of classical and quantum physic applications of Xray imaging methods based on the application of the theory of curricular process. There are no studying materials in the Czech Republic suitable for radiological assistants which are unifying substantial basics of classical and quantum physic with basics of imaging in the radiodiagnostics. There were set following goals on the basis of the analysis of the current situation: G1 To describe applications of classical and quantum Xray imaging methods and assess whether there is some preference for classical aspects of those imaging methods. G2 To assemble an educational text and test. There should be put emphasis on the application of classical Xray imaging methods. The results of the test are going to be statistically processed and the knowledge of the students is going to be judged. Based on the goals, three following explanatory hypotheses were made: H1 The application of classical Xray imaging methods can be described by comparison of the structure of the barking Xray radiation and the structure of the classical physic. H2 The application of quantum Xray imaging methods can be described by comparison of the structure of quantum physic and the structure of characteristic Xray radiation. H3 The knowledge of respondents is going to follow a curve of a normal distribution. As the main theory was chosen the theory of curricular process which should ensure transmission of knowledge from the scientific system to the educational system. By the description of Xray imaging methods from the perspective of its own classical and quantum basis was filled the first goal. On the basis of comparative analysis were accepted the first and the second theses. By application theory of curricular process was created educational text of some selected knowledge about Xray radiation. On the basis of this text, the test for respondents was made. By using descriptive and mathematical statistics was made statistical research and its results are mentioned in the application part. That can be considered as filling the second goal of this thesis. On the basis of nonparametric testing was found that the knowledge of respondents is following Gaussian distribution. That is why the suitability of the educational text was confirmed and the third thesis was filled. The results of this thesis show that this educational text can be used for the education of radiological assistants students.


The classic and quantum dimension of Xray diagnostics for radiology assistants
BEJTIC, Martin
These days there is no educational text for the issue freely available that would be adequate for the students of the course Radiology assistant and for related fields. The work set the following aims: 1. To choose a theory of transmission of the knowledge to the level of the fields mentioned. 2. To create an educational text so that the theory would be respected. 3. To verify the educational text experimentally from the point of view of the students'possibilities. 4. To apply selected statistical methods. Based on the present analysis of the issue and set aims the following hypotheses were formulated: 1. The educational text for radiology assistants can be created through the application of curricular process. 2. The knowledge of the students acquiered through the developed educational system will be divided in a similar way as it is divided normally. The aims mentioned above were accomplished thanks to use of all the aspects of the curricular process. Based on this process it was first necessary to analyse the current scientific system of classical and quantum physics. Adjusted physical knowledge were written up into an adequate educational text for radiology assistants. The hypothesis that an educational text for radiology assistants can be created through the application of the curricural process was verified. The text was provided electronically to the students of South Bohemian University and to radiology assistants. A test of 15 questions was created to verify the knowledge acquired by students. The educational test was also provided electronically. The results were then processed statistically. It was made use of methods of descriptive statistics, but also of nonparametrical testing of hypotheses. It was found out that the knowledge of the students can be described with Gaussian division based on the nonparametrical testing. Thanks to this the adequacy of the text and the second hypothesis that the knowledge of the students acquired through the developed educational system would be divided in a similar way as it is divided normally were verified.


Physics of the microworld in the Interactive Physics Laboratory
Matěna, Lukáš ; Drozd, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Dolejší, Jiří (referee)
The Interactive Physics Laboratory is a project created at MFF UK. The idea is to provide access to interesting physical experiments to highschool students. This paper describes installation of experiments covering the topic "Physics of the microworld". After the topic is analysed, several suitable experiments are chosen, made oparational and supporting manuals and worksheets created. At the very end, actual high school students are brought in for testing. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

 
 