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Eating habits of young gymnasts
Opočenská, Kristýna ; Chrudimský, Jan (advisor) ; Šteffl, Michal (referee)
Good dietary habits and healthy diet, as part of sports training of gymnasts, have often been neglected. The thesis summarises the available information and recommendations on an optimal diet for young gymnasts. The aim of the thesis is to compare the approaches of coaches and parents of gymnasts from three Prague gymnastics clubs to dietary habits of younger school-age gymnasts. Non-standardized questionnaires were used in the thesis and the results of the survey conducted among a group of coaches and a group of parents of younger school- age gymnasts were compared using the comparative method. The output of the thesis is a comparison of the approaches of coaches and parents to dietary habits of gymnasts. It was concluded that parents have a more consistent approach to dietary habits, monitoring changes in their children's weight and body height more frequently. Proper water intake is observed by coaches more thoroughly. Keywords: gymnastics, dietary habits, coach, parents.
Montessori school in a small town
Kelblová, Lucie ; Straková, Jana (advisor) ; Simonová, Jaroslava (referee)
The diploma thesis describes the role of Montessori schools in a small town. In large cities, the range of educational opportunities is more varied; in a small town, Montessori schools are often the only alternative to regular primary schools. For the purpose of the research, the qualitative design of the multi-case study was chosen. Two schools participated in the research. Through in-depth interviews with five parents, four teachers and two school founders, initial expectations and their fulfillment were identified from the perspective of all groups of respondents. Parents expect a friendly and safe environment, an individual approach, and respect for the child, a cooperative environment, a stimulating way of teaching, support for the children's internal motivation, freedom and responsibility at the same time. Teachers' expectations consisted in the possibility of applying alternative ways of teaching with regard to the individuality of the pupil, respecting the approach and cooperating team. The founders wanted to create a friendly school based on the principles of Maria Montessori, which will be affordable for ordinary families and will be able to provide quality education to a wide range of children, including those with special needs. The expectations of all three groups of respondents were...
Education in Austrian aristocratic families from the beginning of 19th century to the 1st half of 20th century
Vašáková, Zuzana ; Županič, Jan (referee)
The thesis deals with the education in austrian aristocratic families in the 19th century and in the 1st half of 20th century. The education and upbringing of children had been influented by plenty of factors. The most important factors, which influenced education, were the environment (home or boarding school), specialization of education, the selection of schools and universities and the language of education, too. Parents, nannys and private teachers also had some influence on the upbringing of the children. In the 19th century we can find some common characteristic in some of the noble families (The Schwarzenbergs, the Sternbergs, the Mensdorffs and some others). The 1st half of the 20th century is an essential period for the history of aristocracy. Political changes reflected in its lifestyle and partially in the upbringing and education of the children of the aristocrats. These changes are illustrated on the education of children in the family of prince Johann Schönburg-Hartenstein. Keywords: aristocracy, childhood, education, languages, parents, nannys, teachers, schools, the Schwarzenbergs, the Schönburgs, the Mensdorffs.
Teacher professions from the point of view of pupils, parents and of teacher selected primary school
Melenová, Lada ; Zvírotský, Michal (advisor) ; Thorovská, Alena (referee)
This diploma thesis brings information about the perception of the teaching profession by secondary school students, their parents, and teachers of a selected primary school. The aim of the work is to find out with the help of questionnaires, how pupils and their parents subjectively see and perceive teachers and how the teachers who teach pupils themselves see their profession as a teacher. In the theoretical part, I deal with the historical development of education and the teaching profession in our territory. I also deal with the characteristics of the teaching profession by clarifying the very concept, personality traits, and typology of the teacher's personality. This section also includes chapters on the competence of the teacher, his authority and motivation to choose the teaching profession. In the last part, I deal with the current form of the teaching profession in primary school, the requirements for the profession, and including selected problems of our education. In the practical part, I used a questionnaire survey to evaluate the data obtained by individual respondents among students, parents, and teachers and then I analyzed the data of individual groups of respondents and drew a conclusion. Keywords profession, teacher, elementary school, parents, education, teacher's personality,...
High school students and the choice of university in families without university education
Sabolová, Anna ; Machovcová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Hanušová, Jaroslava (referee)
The bachelor thesis named High school students and the choice of university in families without university education will focus on decision to choose a university from the point of view of a high school student and his parent. The goal of this thesis is to point out factors influencing the choices of a high school student leading to continue study at the university and further to find out, what influences parents in supporting their children in further education. I specifically explore the situation of families, where the parents have not achieved university education. The theoretical part will familiarize the reader with basic concepts connected to choosing univerzity, choosing work and school and family environment, that have an effect on an idnividual. Furthermore in the theoretical part of my thesis, I focus on psychological evolvement of humans beings, specifically adolescence and emerging adulthood. In the empirical part I plan a qualitative research. Semi-structured interviews will be used for data collection. The data will be processed via open coding (grounded theory). The examined sample will consist of 6 respodents in the third year of general and vocational high schools and 3 parents with completed high school education. It will be examined, whether the students are keen on continuing...
Aspect of ice-hockey kids recruitment
Plíšek, Jan ; Perič, Tomáš (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Aspect of ice-hockey kids recruitment Goals: Main goal of this thesis was to find out, how enrolment days affect the decision of parents, whether their kid starts going on ice hockey trainings regularly. Furthermore, if coaches consider these reasons significant. Method: Data were acquired with quantitatively by questionnaire. Questionnaires were created in two versions - for coaches and for parents and then they were distributed in electronic form. They contained four parts, which aims to obtain necessary data for answering exploratory questions. Results: Identifying of base aspects, which have impact on parents and children and could affect the successibility of the enrolment days. With the results as a base were created recommendations for practice. Key words: Children, parents, recruitment, promotion, ice hockey, clubs, aspects

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