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Parental co- decision making options in the Step By Step programme.
Výborná, Monika ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
This thesis deals with the issue of parents' participation in their children's education in the Step by Step programme in the first stage of primary school. The educational phenomenon of parental co-decision as one of the forms of cooperation with the family and as an important factor enhancing the effectiveness of pupils' education is presented in the theoretical part. The theoretical part of this thesis draws knowledge from both Czech and foreign literature. The theoretical part is followed by the research part, which is designed as qualitative research. The aim of the research is to find out how parents and teachers understand the phenomenon of co- decision and focuses on their feedback, based on their previous experiences. In addition to the advantages and benefits, the thesis also points out the weaknesses and critical points of co- decision. The practical part also includes an interview with a first stage primary school teachers, dealing with the Step by Step programme and the cooperation between parents and school through the Step by Step Methodology Centre. The interviews are based on the teachers' own practice and experience. The results of the research and the interviews with parents and teachers provide a comprehensive view of the issue of parental co-decision in the context of the Step...
The Step by Step School Educational Programme in preschool Education in the Context of Children with Special Needs
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the "Step by Step" education programme in nursery schools in the context of children with special learning needs. The thesis aims to elaborate on the defined problem on a theoretical level and, on that basis, to subsequently conduct a qualitative investigation designed as a case study, which aims to describe the implementation and application of the "Step by Step" programme in the nursery school environment.
Communication and cooperation between the school and parents in the "Step by step" program
Kozubková, Tereza ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of communication and cooperation between school and family in the first stage in the program Step by step. The theoretical part of the thesis defines the concept of communication and pedagogical communication, their functions and influencing factors. The thesis describes the program Step by step and its basic principles. Based on this, a large part of the work is devoted to comparing the forms of communication and cooperation in the program Start together with a common concept. The practical part examines personal and electronic types of communication and cooperation with the family in practice. Furthermore, the research focuses on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on communication and cooperation between schools and families. Cooperation between school and family. The research of the work is based on a qualitative method of research in the form of a questionnaire. The author compares the results and concludes her work with a discussion. KEYWORDS: Communication, family, school, program "Step by step", education, skills, know-how, coronavirus
Forms of family-school cooperation in primary school
Bakalárová, Tereza ; Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Stará, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the forms of cooperation between parents and school in the school programme Step by Step. The theoretical part investigates family and school as an educational institutions and describes its historical evolution and on-going trends in a mutual communication between family and school. The major source of the Diploma Thesis is the Programme Step by Step. The theoretical part is focused on 2 basic standards critical for the quality of cooperation between school and family. Programme documents are compared both. The empiric part presents an action research focused on "Learning Agreements" as a one of the family- school cooperation. It deals with the "Learning Agreement" implementation in a certain school named X. It investigates its contribution for its contribution for children, parents, teachers and mutual cooperation. Powered by TCPDF (
Teaching English in the Czech Step by Step Preschool Programme
Forestová, Mahulena ; Vít, Radek (advisor) ; Morgan, Craig Alan (referee)
The Bachelor's thesis Teaching English in the Czech Step by Step Preschool Programme deals with the manner in which English is implemented into the Step by Step programme in selected preschools. The first chapter provides a brief outline of the history of the Step by Step programme. Chapter two summarizes the methods and approaches used in teaching English as a second language to very young learners. The third chapter outlines the principles of the Step by Step preschool programme, the daily schedule of Step by Step preschools and provides a proposal on how English can be implemented into the programme. Chapter four is the practical part of the thesis and presents research analysis of teaching English in selected Step by Step preschools with the presentation and interpretation of results of interviews and questionnaires given to teachers of the selected preschools.
Morning letter as a tool for promoting reading and literacy
Jelínková, Eliška ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
This Master's Thesis deals with the Morning Letter from the program Step by Step as a possible tool for developing reading literacy. The theoretical part deals with the definition of reading literacy, the individual components and its anchoring in the Framework Education Program for Elementary Education. Thesis compares the key competences set out in the Framework Education Program for Elementary Education with reading literacy and explains their relationship and the importance of their equal development. It also describes one of the key program in this area, the program Reading and Writing for Critical Thinking, and its methods of developing reading literacy. It also deals with program Step by Step and the development of reading literacy as its component. Thesis focuses mainly on the Morning Letter as a possible reading strategy. The practical part is based on observations and interviews with teachers from the program Step by Step and their experience with Morning Letters and which forms of them are confirmed to be useful and how is perceived its overlap in reading literacy. It also includes a set of Morning Letters applied in mainstream class and their analysis and reflection in terms of reading literacy. Based on this analysis thesis it also contains a few designs of Morning Letters emerging...
Cooperation between school and family as the foundation of efektive partnership
Slivoňová, Alena ; Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Horáčková, Klára (referee)
The thesis deals with the theoretical part to highlight the importance of cooperation between schools and families in terms of children, from the perspective of families and teachers and schools. Furthermore, the work deals with a survey to improve relations between the school and parents in our elementary school. Determines whether the five years that we establish a closer cooperation with parents to improve the perception of the school community and neighborhood residents. The work focuses on empirical research of events for parents, cooperation, but also obstacles that may arise. KEYWORDS: Cooperation and partnership schools and the child's family, trust between the two sides, the benefits of cooperation, forms of cooperation, the relationship between parents and school teachers, in collaboration barriers, parents welcome the involvement of parents in the joint actions.
Forms of Family and School Cooperation at the Beginning of School Attendance
Cihelková, Monika ; Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Hejlová, Helena (referee)
Title: Forms of Family and School Cooperation at the Beginning of School Attendance Supervisor: Mgr. Jana Kargerová, PhD. Author: Monika Cihelková Abstract: The diploma thesis deals with forms of cooperation between a family and a school at the beginning of school attendance. The theoretical part defines the terms school, family and teacher. Then it characterizes the family, and also the school as an institution that combines teaching and educating (bringing up), and pays attention to involving parents in the process of education. It introduces possible forms of communication and cooperation between the family and the school, and also the cooperation based on curriculum and other documents (e.g. the programme Step by Step). The empirical part includes qualitative research (observation, interview, questionnaire), which is aimed at one of the effective forms of the school- family cooperation at the beginning of school attendance, namely at parent - pupil - teacher consultation. This part brings information about the results of such a cooperation in the programme Step by Step. It tries to find and map if the consultations (office hours) at the beginning of school attendance represent an effective form of cooperation, and how they contribute to parents, pupils and teachers. Key Words: School and family,...
Individualized Czech language teaching methods by MGML
Suchá, Jana ; Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Stará, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis titled Individualized Czech language teaching methods by MGML represents MultiGradeMultiLevel didactic system, which was developed based on the training needs of poor rural people in Rishi Valley, in India. It is a highly structured system, which uses the heterogeneity of students in class. It is realized in perfectly prepared learning environment and with activities based on the principles of constructivism. The main principles correspond to the theory of Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky called Zone of proximal development. The aim of the study is to realize and reflect the teaching of Czech language using the MGML-Methodology and thus use action research to verify the possibility of applying the method in the Czech school environment. The teaching took place in the program Step by Step, because its principles are closest with the MGML-Methodology approach. We conclude that the method can be used as an enriching element in teaching at Czech primary school.

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