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Selected aspects of the role of school psychologist in kindergartens
Denysjuková, Kateřina ; Kučerová, Olga (advisor) ; Frombergerová, Anna (referee)
The role of the school psychologist in Kindergarten Bc. Kateřina Denysjuková 2022 ABSTRACT This paper will focus on the role of the school psychologist in the Czech state kindergarten environment. The thesis is a pioneer in this field, as it is a new and under-reported topic in the literature. The theoretical part will focus mainly on the summary of the job description and the role of the school psychologist as such, on the legislative positions enabling this new trend, on the possibilities and image of psychological counselling for preschool children and its comparison with the abilities of the school psychologist. It will also focus on the presumed reasons for the intervention of the school psychologist in kindergartens in terms of common difficulties of preschool children. The empirical part will summarize the image of the work of the school psychologist in the preschool. This part will be based on a qualitative analysis of interviews with school psychologists working for the Kindergarten. The aim of the thesis is to outline the potential and limitations of the collaboration between school psychologists and kindergartens, the reasons for the collaboration between kindergartens and school psychologists, the expectations and obstacles that arise, and the possibilities of intervention that school...
School psychologists' experience with online counseling
Pakhtusov, Iurii ; Hrabec, Ondřej (advisor) ; Presslerová, Pavla (referee)
This thesis explores the experiences of school psychologists with online counselling. The theoretical part has three chapters which discuss school psychology as a field of study, provide an insight into the current state of online counselling and a description of online counselling from the perspective of school psychologists based on an analysis of scientific articles. The aim of the thesis is to describe school psychologists' experiences with online counselling during COVID-19 lockdown. The qualitative design was chosen for the research purposes. The method of data collection consisted of conducting semi-structured interviews. The research sample included four female school psychologists and one male school psychologist. Data analysis was conducted based on interpretative phenomenological text analysis. In the research findings, the school psychologists' cumulative experience with online counselling consisted of an overall reduction in counselling services, which was primarily due to addressing ethical issues such as privacy and the construction of professional and work boundaries, as well as technical barriers and a change in the form of work in the online environment. School psychologists considered the main benefit of the online environment to be the flexibility of time and place, or the...
Constructing the school counselling department at Royal Elementary School in Prague - a case study
Nováková, Adriana ; Kučerová, Olga (advisor) ; Kucharská, Anna (referee)
The case study describes the process of building a school counselling centre at a particular private school in Prague. The theoretical part provides a professional framework and describes what is the purpose of a school counselling centre, how it is defined in the legislation of Czech republic, who are its members and what is the job description of each of them. However, each school has its own specific needs of the management, teachers and pupils, and the counselling centre should respond to them. The practical section details the steps in the process of setting up a counselling centre and presents a way of thinking and specific questions that the founder may ask. The output of the work is also a proposal for the concept of a school counselling centre as it will operate in this particular school. The work is an inspiration to other schools that are just starting their counselling centres.
Psychological aspects of cyberbullying
Šmolka, Michal ; Štětovská, Iva (advisor) ; Mertin, Václav (referee)
Diploma thesis "Psychological aspects of cyberbullying" deals with bullying, modern ways of communication and cyberbullying. It brings the main psychological knowledge connected to bullying, inquires into phenomena of communication using modern technologies and presents fundamental information about cyberbullying. The research part consists of qualitative and quantitative research. The purpose of qualitative research was to chart the phenomena connected to bullying and cyberbullying. The quantitative one informs then about the incidence of bullying and cyberbullying in the Czech Republic and conducts a survey of feelings, which are experienced by the victims of bullying and cyberbullying. The important part of the thesis is the statistical reliance analysis of those feelings according to various factors.
Comparison of usage of selected apperception techniques in children aged 6 to 7 years
Adámková, Jana ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Preiss, Marek (referee) ; Sotáková, Hana (referee)
The main topic of this dissertation is the usage of apperception techniques in diagnosing children aged 6 to 7 years, with an emphasis on the practice of School Psychology. The theoretical part focuses primarily on psychological diagnosis in School Psychology with the emphasis on apperception techniques, their benefits, and downfalls. The other focus is on the Thematic Apperception Test and Roberts-2, as well as selected assessment systems. The practical part is introduced by the research methodology. Both diagnostic methods were administered to 30 children aged 6 to 7 years, whose responses were assessed using standardized systems, and subsequently compared both quantitatively and qualitatively. The main finding is that the stories evoked by Roberts-2 cards exceeds the stories evoked by TAT cards in developmental quality, the latter of which the children find too overloading to produce an optimal reaction, with varied results in their adaptability. The dissertation also presents the specifics of administering these methods to children. Based on the data derived from 50 children, the Czech norms for Roberts-2 method for children aged 6 to 7 were created in their working stage, and than compared with the original American norms.
Dynamic assessment in practice of school psychologist
Mrázková, Marína ; Lucká, Barbora (advisor) ; Kučerová, Olga (referee)
This bachelor thesis introduce dynamic assessment as an approach, which could be part of the practice of a school psychologist, and tries to figure out, whether, and to what extent is this method applied to school psychologists' everyday job. The data was collected and analyzed through the method of qualitative research from semi-structured interviews with seven school psychologists. The results of the research imply that school psychologists do utilize principals of dynamic assessment to a certain extent, but in majority they don't use it systematically. This resume is in agreement with the research, which was carried out under the project RAMPS-VIP III. In the resume, the author comes with the hypothesis that it might be useful if school psychologists learnt more about this method already during their studies - particularly those of them who potentially aspire for a career in schooling or counseling. KEYWORDS Dynamic assessment, school psychology, learning difficulties, mediated learning experience
School psychologist's work in teacher's burnout syndrome
Bartoňová, Anna ; Smetáčková, Irena (advisor) ; Pavlas Martanová, Veronika (referee)
This thesis deals with the work of school psychologists in the field of teachers burnout syndrom. The purpose of this study is to describe how the school psychologists perceive burnout syndrome, how they contribute in its prevention and solving this problem in schools. The theoretical part focuses on the definition of school psychology according to current Czech law and available studies. The focus is on the work of school psychologists with teachers. The following chapters describe burnout syndrome, its causes, symptoms, prevention and how to handle it. The focus is on the teachers, whose job can be risky due to burnout syndrome. The practical part includes the results of qualitative research. The research was derived through interviews with 11 school psychologists (10 women and 1 man). According to my analysis I found that the school psychologists view burnout syndrom as a genuine problem and also recognise that being a teacher can be a risky occupation. They do not have any appropriate diagnostic tools to detect the professional satisfaction of the teachers. In some cases they monitor the situation at school. While working, they both consciously and unconsciously contribute to the prevention of the teachers burnout syndrome. When the teachers know that the psychologists are there for them, it...
Pupils in institutional care from the perspective of a school psychologist
Muchová, Aneta ; Lucká, Barbora (advisor) ; Páchová, Anna (referee)
This thesis deals with the topic of students living at a children's home from the perspective of the school psychologist. The thesis describes, how school psychologists are approaching pupils from children's home and what specific requirements are essential for the job of the school psychologist when working with this particular group of students. Theoretic part focuses on declaring elementary activities of the school psychologist at the school and explains the advantages and possible obstacles of the psychologist job. Next part focuses on pupils from children's home and the topic of institutional care. Empiric part points at performing research including results and discussion. The research was completed with the assistance of the school psychologists using the interviews. Gained data from the interviews were analyzed based on the opened encoding and then presented by using a technique unloading card. The research goal was to find out, how school psychologists are approaching pupils from children's home and what specific requirements are essential for the job of the school psychologist when working with this particular group of students. Thesis results reveal the views of the school psychologists focuses on problematics pupils from children's home. The results also point out the specifics of the...
The influence of Reuven Feuerstein ́s method on elementary school teacher didactics
Kurcová, Petra ; Lucká, Barbora (advisor) ; Sotáková, Hana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with influence of Feuerstein's method of Instrumental Enrichment on didactics of elementary school teacher. The Instrumental Enrichment method is a very sophisticated strategy for developing individual cognitive structures. A person who helps develop cognitive structures acts as a mediator. These mediators are most often parents or teachers. So, according to Feuerstein, the teacher is not merely a knowledge builder, but he tries to develop his / her thinking and teaching potential. The aim of my work is to deepen the general knowledge of the influence of this method on teachers' didactics from the perspective of those teachers who work with it. To clarify in which areas didactics teachers perceive the impact of this method and how concrete changes are reflected. The theoretical part of the thesis introduces the author of the method, Professor Reuven Feuerstein, and the theoretical starting points from which his method is based. In addition, Feuerstein's Instrumental Enrichment Program is introduced, which is an application of mediated learning to pedagogical practice. It further defines the concept of didactics. The last part deals with available research on the influence of the method on teachers' didactics. In the empirical part, which is based on qualitative research...
Expectacions of pedagogical workers from psychologists
ŠVAJGROVÁ, Lenka
The goal of my thesis is to describe what expectations pedagogical workers have from psychologists. The theoretical part contains information about psychology of education and school psychologist's relationships. Based on that knowledge I tried to discover expectations of pedagogical workers from school psychologists. For that, I used qualitative research techniques. In overall professional and personal expectations of pedagogical workers from school psychologists are high. Sometimes expectations of pedagogical workers can be unclear which can cause misunderstanding among pedagogical workers and school psychologists. But even then pedagogical workers appreciate school psychologists especially because of inclusion.

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