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Relationship between a teacher and a teaching assistant from their mutual perspective
This bachelor's thesis explores the relationship between teachers and teaching assistants in Czech primary schools, highlighting the importance of their cooperation and communication. Through interviews with both groups, it reveals how collaboration influences the educational process, the approach to inclusion, and adaptation to students' individual needs. The study examines the challenges faced by both roles in the education system and provides insights into how effective mutual cooperation can support an inclusive educational environment and positively affect students' development and education.
Design of Graph Database Based on Relational Database
Schwertschal, Jiří ; Klusák, Aleš (referee) ; Luhan, Jan (advisor)
The content of my bachelor thesis is the design of converting SQL database meant for reservating systém to the graph database. The thesis is divided into theoretical part, where I provided information needed to create the design. In the second part I made analysis of the current situation. And in the end in the last part is designed solution.
Prevention and Control of working Conflicts
Kaňová, Lucie ; Špičák, Martin (referee) ; Černohorská, Lenka (advisor)
Bachelor thesis deals with beginning of working conflicts and their solution. In the first part the problem is expressed from a theoretical perspective with the help of literature. In the next part is the problem analyzed on a particular company, Voestalpine PROFILFORM, s. r. o. In the last part occurs the global assessment analysis of problem and proposal its solution.
Renewal of the Mill Grounds In Tasovice
Stýblo, Jakub ; Hendrych, Jan (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
The proposal focuses on phasing scenario and identify how to treat the monument intact, but she fully exploit the current way. These phases are hierarchically established, without continuing into the next stage. Because the mill building to respond flexibly to the specific needs of communities. The concept is based on the gradual additive laminate and function. Layering and arise solely the premises, but also the interconnections, which between them generate more interaction. Each material has its own particular character and its own hierarchy towards other functional masses.
The Pet
Gramerová, Zuzana ; Olivová, Kateřina (referee) ; Klodová, Lenka (advisor)
Master´s thesis looks into parallels between people and domesticate animals. Thesis shows situations where is a person in dog´s position. It points out to a typical pet´s position with human in household. However, behaviour like this is not dignified as a human life style.
The Marketing Mix Proposal
Miholová, Pavla ; Pokorný, Jan (referee) ; Novák, Petr (advisor)
The thesis focuses on the definition of the marketing mix in the selected companies. Describes how should look the marketing mix and a satisfied customer. The work contains proposals to improving customer satisfaction, which could contribute to the development and success of the company.
Architecture and sightless
Luciaková, Katarína ; Petelen, Ivan (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Ing.Petr Karásek (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
This thesis explores the relationship between architecture and the blind people. For better clarity and understanding of the topic, The work has been divided into five distinctive parts. In the first, introduction part, I approach space sensation of a blind person from the physiological and psychological angle. This analysis is very important for the understanding of imagination, which the blind person has. Another important fact to understand is the way in which the blind person gets the information about the space and what is his ability to process it. Further, I explain the basic principles of the blind person’s movement through space and describe instructions of how to help blind people in the concrete spatial situations. In the next part, I give a short information about the historical progress of the relation between the society and the blind people. An important fact is that, as late as 200 years ago, the blind people were considered as “sub men” and did not have the full freedom privilege. This relation has been modified over time and nowadays, the blind people have the freedom of movement and all the rights to enjoy their lives. To meet the needs of the blind people, many associations have been created that act on their behalf. The associations have different modes of functioning, but their common goal is to help blind people with their social rehabilitation, looking for employment and removing architectural barriers. The core of my work is divided into two parts. In the first one, I focus on the problematic of the blind people and architecture from the functional aspect. The functional aspect is vital for the blind people. It corresponds to their safety in the environment. In this chapter, I treat in detail basic elements for designing buildings, for specifying barriers and principles of design for blind people. Furthermore, I describe the help tools the blind people need in order to move in the space. I evaluate the future of these tools and indicate the rapid technological progression which makes the life of blind people more comfortable. In the next part, I focus on the problematic of the blind people and architecture from the aesthetic aspect. This question has not been much explored yet, but is, nonetheless, very important. In this part of my work, I use more my personal experience and the knowledge coming from the exploration of space. Aesthetical values are subjective for all the people, with or without a handicap. Therefore, in this final chapter, I try to note the facts that can be used in the process of the aesthetical perception and to reflect on them. In the domain of aesthetical research, there also exist tools and institutions that help blind people in their comprehension of architecture. The division of my work emerged from the compilation of diverse facts in the process of writing. This thesis has an informative and practical character. It is intended for people who want to understand and to be informed about how to design architecture for the blind people. It will be directed towards people who build this kind of architecture and need an overview of how to make it. It is also intended for people interested in learning more about architecture.
The Bond/Dominance in a Close Up
Štefková, Zuzana ; Orlová, Jana (referee) ; Helia De Felice, Jennifer (advisor)
- Exploration word of Dominance - development through diary entries - Dominance X partner's tolerance, partnership ceremonies - Creating your own task performance - Research on me - exploring new relationship planes - Work in public space, contact with passer-by, which is not conditional art and this fact that they can see it in their own way, (Shop window is clasic X taboo topic)
Reflection of the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Life Stories of Psychologists
Horčáková, Jarmila ; Wohlmuth Markupová, Jana (advisor) ; Hlaváček, Jiří (referee)
The thesis presents the profession of psychoanalytic psychotherapy as reflected by representatives of the field. Through biographical narratives, I have attempted, together with the narrators, to identify moments and events in thein lives that may have had a decisive influence on thein choice of profession and also to describe thein professional development. At the same time, I tried to presented thein occupation in more details including the fact how it affects thein personal lives. From a methodological point of view, the thesis is primarily based on the biographical narratives of five narrators, most of whom have more than ten years of experience in psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
Obligations of patients and possible sanctions for their violation
Moldanová, Miriam ; Dvořáková, Vladimíra (advisor) ; Jirkovský, Daniel (referee)
The bachelor's thesis is focused on the area of patient obligations and possible sanctions for their violation. The theoretical part defines the specific rights of patients, which directly result from defined obligations, in case of non-fulfilment of which the medical facility can apply specified sanctions on behalf of authorized persons. The theoretical definition of the issue is followed by a research investigation. The empirical part is devoted to quantitative research, which was carried out on the basis of an own research investigation. The research examines the knowledge of Motol FN nurses in the area of patient obligations and the application of possible sanctions for their violation. The results of the survey are then compared with the results of another survey. The method of the research investigation is a self-constructed questionnaire. For subsequent data processing, 102 questionnaires are selected from the total number of 125 questionnaires received, which contain completely answered questions and a matching control question. The results of correct answers vary significantly from question to question. 96 % of the nurses answered correctly to the question whether it is possible to collect an unpaid amount from the patient for a medical procedure provided that is not covered by public...

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