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Success rate of students of the TV and Sport Management study programme in selected subjects during full-time and distance learning
Náhlovský, Daniel ; Šíma, Jan (advisor) ; Viplerová, Tereza (referee)
Title: Success rate of students of the TV and Sport Management study programme in selected subjects during full-time and distance learning Objectives: The main goal of this bachelor's thesis was to compare the success rate of students of the bachelor's degree study program Management of physical education and sports during face-to-face and then distance learning, while focus was on students of the 1st year of the bachelor's degree program Management of physical education and sports. Methods: In the first part of the thesis, it was applied a quantitative method, i.e. comparasion. To carry out the research, it was first necessary to obtain data on the study results of 1st-year students in the academic years 2017/2018, 2018/2019, 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 for specific obligatory accreditation subjects. This data was provided to me in an anonymized form by the supervisor of the bachelor's thesis using the Study Information system of the Charles University. Research and core set represented 1-st year students who had enrolled specific obligatory accreditation subject in the monitored academic years, regardless of whether they passed or not. In the second (qualitative) part of the research was conducted semi-structured in-depth interview with teachers of those subjects, where significant deviations and...
Instructional Video as a Didactic Tool from the Students' Perspective
SLEPIČKOVÁ, Iveta
The bachelor thesis presents an inquiry into students' attitudes towards instructional videos. It explores how students think about instructional videos, how they evaluate videos and what criteria they use to judge a video as beneficial. Based on focus group interviews with students following experimental implementation of instructional videos in the class, the thesis identifies the criteria and recommendations for the use of instructional videos in practical instruction.
Changes in pedagogical communication between teachers and students as a result of the coronavirus pandemic
HUNALOVÁ, Sára
This bachelor's thesis deals with changes in pedagogical communication between teachers and pupils as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In 2020, the pandemic caused by the Covid-19 virus affected the entire world, including the Czech Republic. In March 2020, Czech schools succumbed to the nationwide order to close schools and were forced to start distance education, which required a completely different method of communication than face-to-face. The bachelor's thesis is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part explains basic concepts related to interpersonal communication, analyses communication in the pedagogical environment, i.e. between teachers and pupils. It also describes the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Czech education, the course of distance learning and types of digital technologies that were used at that time. The practical part is focused on a mixed research investigation that will reveal what changes in pedagogical communication between teachers and pupils have occurred as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The chosen methods of data collection are a questionnaire survey that will be carried out among pupils and a semi-structured interview with selected teachers.
Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the Education of Students at the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice
ZEC, Miriana
The bachelor thesis deals with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the education of students at the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice and evaluates its effects, especially with regard to the transition to distance learning and adaptation to the university environment through the eyes of students and university teachers. The aim of the thesis is to evaluate the impact of Covid-19 on student´s education and to propose possible changes that could lead to a more efficient educational process. At first the thesis describes the characteristics of higher education along with a description of the Covid-19 in relation to education at universities. Afterwards the thesis presents the results of questionnaire survey among the students and teachers to determine the impacts they perceived the most during the transition to the university environment, particularly in relation to the shift to distance learning and adaption to the pandemic conditions.
The opinion of pupils, their parents and teachers about distance learning associated with the closure of schools during a state of emergency
JANOUŠKOVÁ, Pavla
This diploma thesis examines the impact of distance learning, which was introduced in connection with the closure of schools during the state of emergency, on the educational process from the perspective of pupils, their parents and teachers. They report on the problems they have encountered during distance learning and where they see gaps. The research investigation focuses on the school closure period in spring 2020 and autumn 2020. The thesis also looks at the compensation offered to pupils in relation to distance learning.
Usage of media platforms at the first school during the covid-19 pandemic
Lelková, Adéla ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Jirák, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis "Usage of media platforms at the first school during the covid-19 pandemic" focuses on the new technologies in education and their usage in the period of distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Online platforms were the only way how to educate students for several months and not only in the Czech Republic. Video communication services have thus played a big role in our lives. This thesis aimed to reflect the usage of media platforms at the first school from the perspective of pedagogues teaching in Prague or the Central Bohemian Region. The research period is defined from the widespread closure of schools in the Czech Republic, from March 11th, 2020, until the last restriction on May 24th, 2021. Through semi-structured in-depth interviews with fifteen respondents were compared the functions of individual platforms. Respondents were selected based on predetermined criteria. Emphasis was placed mainly on the advantages and disadvantages of online platforms and the experience of educators. Already in the coding of the respondents' answers, about the second wave of the pandemic, it was found that interviewees did not have the main word when it depend on choosing a platform for connecting with students. The main word on which platform teachers will use was determined by the...
Distance practical teaching and learning
Zdobinská, Helena ; Janštová, Vanda (advisor) ; Jedličková, Tereza (referee)
This diploma thesis describes practical activities and related topics during forced distant education due to COVID-19 pandemic. In the theoretical part of thesis, the distant education is defined. I also described some of its features, which includes absence of physical contact, use of communication platforms, synchrony and asynchrony form of lesson, need for some degree of independence and digital competence. Anonymous questionnaires were made to collect the data from students and their science subjects' teachers (biology, chemistry, and physics). The questions were with free answers, closed answers with choices or scale values. Respondents consisted of 543 students and 24 teachers from Prague and Central Bohemian Region. The answers were categorized and frequencies calculated. The values of numeric answers such as mean, median, minimum and maximum were measured. The relationship between data was analysed by Pearson's chi squared test of independence. This study shows that teachers used practical activities such as experiments, observation or creating something less in distance lessons, compared to their face to face lessons. On the contrary tasks based on text work were used more often. The analysis showed that students preferred tasks containing creating something. Most teachers taught in both...
The impact of online learning on the mental health of high school students, with the focus on anxiety and depression
Šimonová, Lucie ; Kučerová, Olga (advisor) ; Adámková, Jana (referee)
This thesis deals with the impact of online learning on the mental health of high school students, with the focus on anxiety and depression. The thesis is divided into two parts, a theoretical and a practical one. The theoretical part explains the concepts of anxiety and depression and describes their symptoms, potential causes and ways of treatment. It also mentions phenomena which anxiety and depression need to be distinguished from. Then it deals with the period of adolescence, especially in the 21st century, and the problem of digitization. Due to the nature of the thesis, quantitative research was chosen, represented by a questionnaire, which was completed by 283 respondents. Data analysis showed that online learning seriously affected the mental health of high school students and had a negative impact on it. Out of the symptoms of depression, the students suffered the most with low mood, which significantly affected 62,4 % of the respondents. It was followed by the desire to do nothing, feeling of living an unsatisfactory life, loss of energy and fatigue. These symptoms significantly affected over 57 % of respondents. With anxiety, the students suffered the most from body pain, which affected 53,5 % of the respondents. After that, the most common were avoidance behaviours, anticipatory...
Derivative and its application in high school mathematics with use of Internet.
Trnka, Karel ; Robová, Jarmila (advisor) ; Odvárko, Oldřich (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to create derivative-focused web pages as a new part of a high school mathematics educational web portal. The web portal is operated by the Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague. It is primarily intended as an additional learning resource for high school students. The diploma thesis consists of two main parts. The first part describes a search for and evaluation of similar web pages in Czech, Slovak, English and Hebrew, which deal with the topic of derivative. The second part details the creation of new web pages. In creating the web pages the author integrated interactive elements based on JavaScript, and interactive applets created with use of GeoGebra software. To display mathematical expressions on the web, the author used the technology MathJax, which works with languages of the typesetting systems TeX and LaTeX.

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