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Vnímání hodnocení žáků učiteli v odborném výcviku na vybraných SŠ v JMK
Pulec, Martin
The topic of the bachelor's thesis is "Perception of evaluation of pupils by teachers in vocational training at selected secondary schools in JMK". The main goal is to find out, describe and interpret how vocational training teachers perceive and implement the evaluation of selected secondary school pupils in South-Moravian region. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to the assessment of pupils in general and is focused on defining the meaning and various functions of assessment, goals, types, and the most common forms of assessment. The space here is dedicated to for the explanation of secondary school assessment in vocational training, which is essential for the practical part of the work, focusing on how vocational training teachers perceive and implement the assessment of pupils in selected secondary schools. It is implemented using a questionnaire survey, where the results are summarized and discussed in conclusion.
Benefit of Formative Assessment for Primary School Teachers and Pupils
Fišerová, Karolína ; Laufková, Veronika (advisor) ; Starý, Karel (referee)
The diploma thesis aims to find out what benefits of using formative assessment in teaching see selected teachers and pupils of primary school. The theoretical part focuses on school evaluation, where this term is defined, and the main aspects of assessment such as functions and individual types are described. It also gets to the formative and summative types of evaluation and their comparison. The next part is devoted to specific principles of a formative approach, such as the formulation of goals that are closely related to criteria and feedback, as well as self-evaluation or peer evaluation. Formative assessment could not work without respectful communication and trust between the student and the teacher, which is dealt with in the last chapter of the theoretical part. The empirical part, through interviews with pupils' class teachers (specifically the 4th grade) and subsequent interviews with groups of pupils of the above-mentioned teachers, finds out what evaluation procedures teachers use and why. Interviews with pupils make it possible to record the pupils' view of school assessment and the methods their teachers work with, as well as how communication in the classroom affects pupils' approach to learning. The results of the qualitative design of the research show that formative methods try...
The issue of formative assessments for primary school pupils through individual subjects
Vimrová, Gabriela ; Wildová, Radka (advisor) ; Ronková, Jolana (referee)
In my diploma thesis, I decided to focus on the evaluation of the issue and, above all, formative education in classical elementary schools. Assessment is very important for a person's future life and therefore teachers should be able to handle it correctly. Thanks to the assessment, teachers can already guide the pupil at a young school age and influence their future life in primary education. The work contains a view of formative assessment that focuses on the student and improves the relationship between teacher and student. I divided the theoretical part into 4 chapters, which contains basic information about assessments and formative assessments. The first chapter deals with the concept of assessments in general. The chapter also looks at the past of evaluation and describes the phases of the teaching process. The second chapter is devoted to school assessments, its specifics and functions. The third chapter is the formative assessment itself, which then focuses on its methods. The last chapter covers student motivation to learn. The practical part deals with the qualitative research method and examines the view of teachers and students' parents on formative assessments. I created two questionnaires that aim to find out how formative assessment is perceived by teachers and parents in the 1st...
School failure of pupils from teacher and parent's perspective
This diploma thesis deals with school success and failure from the perspective of parents and teachers. The thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part deals with different perspectives on school success and failure, school evaluation, causes of school failure, its consequences and possible solutions. The practical part of the thesis is devoted to qualitative research based on asking specific questions. The main aim of this thesis is to find out teachers' and parents' perspectives on the issue of school success and failure of pupils and to evaluate whether grades can be considered as an indicator of school (un)success
Assessment in art education at secondary school
ŠULC, Štěpán
The bachelor's thesis deals with evaluating art education in high schools. The theoretical part focuses on defining the term evaluation in general terms. This part is followed by school evaluation with its types and forms. The next chapters deal with the evaluation of creative outputs and educational programs. In the research part of the work the goal was to determine how teachers in art education evaluate and what attitude pupils have to being evaluated. To this end, there were interviews conducted with randomly selected teachers. Using a questionnaire survey, the thesis examines what are the attitudes of the pupils of the interviewed teachers, grammar schools and other schools with pedagogical focusing on evaluation in art education. The analysis of the interviews shows how interviewing teachers evaluate and why the effort behind the art is the most important thing to evaluate for them. In the graphs summarizing the results of the questionnaires, we can see it is evident how the interviewed teachers and students points of view have been blended. We can also observe the different attitudes of students from other types of schools .
The importance of assessment in art education from the perspective of primary school pupils and their teachers
Vlachová, Michaela ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (advisor) ; Novotná, Magdalena (referee)
The topic of the thesis is the importance of assessment in art education. The work is a continuation of the Art of Appreciation exhibition realized by the Jindřich Chalupecký Society in 2021, specifically the Re/de/in/form project by Vendula Fremlová, Kristýna Říhová and Lucie Jakubcová Hajdušková. The aim of the thesis is to describe how the evaluation during and at the end of an art lesson takes place in practice and what is its significance for pupils and teachers at the lower-secondary school. The theoretical part summarizes more general but key theoretical concepts in the field of school assessment, such as its functions, forms and types. Furthermore, it presents the specifics of assessment in art education, as formulated by selected authors such as Jan Slavik, Karla Brücknerová or Karel Starý. The empirical part is conceived as a qualitative probe and is approached by the method of a case study. It follows: 1) assessment in conducted lessons of art education, 2) individual teachers' approaches, their views on the importance of appraisal in an art lesson, and 3) the opinions of taught students on evaluation in an art lesson. Participant observation of art lessons in two lower-secondary classes, a structured interview with teachers, and a questionnaire with open-ended and closed-ended questions for...
Motivational function of educational evaluation
Kubíková, Jitka ; Kolář, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Tvrzová, Ivana (referee)
This thesis is focusing on school evaluation from the point of view of its specifics and functionality in regard to its motivation purpose. The findings regarding evaluation are shown in an independent chapter showing the positive and negative aspects of forms of assessment in practical application. Following chapter dealing with motivation describes needs in relation to school activities as well as brief explanation of causal attribution. More attention is paid to the achievement motivation, especially to characteristics of needs for achievement in relation to pupils' responses to mental stress in task situations. There are briefly mentioned some of the newer motivational theories and their application in school showing the possible modification of outer motivation to autonomy. Widely processed are methods and aspects of evaluation that support motivation and provide pupils with examples for self- assessment. Qualitative research is focused on assessment processes leading to positive motivation. Concluding proposition summarizes several recommendations for teacher in the role of evaluator. Keywords School evaluation, motivation, achievement motivation, self-appraisal.
Cooperative learning and the Results of Pupils
Konvičková, Hana ; Kasíková, Hana (advisor) ; Tvrzová, Ivana (referee)
The aim of this theoretical-empirical thesis was to examine the principles of cooperative teaching while working on business letters within the lessons of Commercial-legal Correspondence at secondary school. The main objective of the research was to compare student's results - students' marking in two groups of students following the different types of educational methods: cooperation and non-cooperation. The students in both groups were acquainted with given criteria of assessment and final analysis of their work. Powered by TCPDF (

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