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Education of foster parents
Pobudová, Klára ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Kučerová, Olga (referee)
This thesis deals with foster care and fosters parent education. The main aim of the thesis is to evaluate whether foster carers are satisfied with the topics offered and the length of the mandatory continuing education. A sub-objective of the thesis is to describe the biggest problems of children in foster care related to school and school preparation and to highlight these problems by creating a case study. The theoretical part is divided into four chapters and is based on a study of the literature. The first chapter deals with the general topic of foster care and the application for foster care. The second chapter focuses more on the foster carer himself and his preparation. The third chapter focuses on the foster carers' training and the accompanying organizations. The fourth chapter deals with the characteristics of children in foster care and their school and educational problems. The practical section focuses on the research itself. In the empirical part, a research investigation was conducted with a combination of qualitative and quantitative elements. The data collection was carried out in the form of self-observation, questionnaire survey, and semi- structured interview. During the data analysis, it was found that foster carers with several years of experience would welcome it if the...
Development of metacognitive strategies for primary school pupils in the Montessori environment
Šejnohová, Daniela ; Mazáčová, Nataša (advisor) ; Kargerová, Jana (referee)
In my final thesis I have dealt with the development of metacognitive strategies for primary school pupils in the Montessori environment. The aim of the first part of the thesis was to anchor the entire issue in the broader context of the current educational situation with respect to the requirements of The General educational program. In the second part of the thesis I described both - metacognitive strategies as well as key aspects of Montessori education. This characteristic I based on the analysis of the available literature. The final part of theory deals with the synthesis of both areas. This synthesis showes their harmonious connections and considerable complementarity. In this section I also revealed some problems that educators face in practice, and I tried to outline possible ways to address them - from my own experience of teaching practice. Empiric part of thesis uncovers the ways of introduction metacognitive strategies to education and presents few "examples of good practice.
Self-development tools in the context of personnel management
Svobodová, Kateřina ; Tureckiová, Michaela (advisor) ; Trojanová, Irena (referee)
The final diploma thesis of Pedagogy Specialization studing programme, Education Management studing field deals with a Self-development issue and its tools in the context of personnel management. This thesis examines the applicability possibilities of individual tools, methods and techniques used as a standard in personnel management as another possible tool of self-development. The aim of this thesis is a self-development evaluation mean by managerial work in the context of personnel management, including the applicability of self-development in the form of personnel management tool itself and the subsequent of company development. There are real examples of self-development possible tools across scientific disciplines In the practical part. The work presents the introspection results leading to an active self-development and provides concrete examples of patterns handling with self-development tools. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Bratislava and Prešpurk, profane sacrum
Bažíková, Mária ; Bindr, Tomáš (referee) ; Kiszka, Josef (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis was the ideological elaboration of the architectural study of the building of the civilo temple. The proposal follows the elaborated urban concept of reclamation of the sub-castle - the territory of the historical Vydrica area and its surroundings. The building is a conceptual translation of the term profane sacrum into an architectural formalization. The main ideology consists in transforming the term profan sacrum into an object that incorporates three spirits - the spirit of the place, the spirit of the mind and the spirit of the heart. Thus, an artistic complex will be created on the historical basis of the center of gravity of Bratislava history. The spirit of the place is represented by the historical formalization of the base of the building which refers to the defunct Fish Square, the spirit of the mind represents a complex of 3 objects of self-development: object of performing arts, gallery and temple- library, and the last object which represents the spirit of the heart is transferred to the community center building. The overall ideology is to create a place that will be accessible every day and will serve to build our inner spirit. To develop internally and become a better person. A place to perceive, a place to develop oneself, a place to help each other, a place to share. A place where I will learn to play the violin and in the next phase I will organize a concert in the auditorium for the community until the phase where I will teach others. A place where I learn to cook and then sell my products on the market. A place to help each other. Better place for individuals, better place for community, better place for Bratislava.
Self-management as a means for advancement and maintenance of personal competence of school directors
Macháčková, Pavla ; Tureckiová, Michaela (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Miroslava (referee)
The thesis deals with self-management of head teachers and its application in the present which is characterized by an environment of never-ending changes which place considerable demands on the overall preparedness of school management to face these demands. This theses has been completed using search of available literature and free Internet resources related to this issue. The theoretical part explains the basic concepts related to the topic. The personality and skills of managers are also described there. Based on the analysis and comparison of scientific literature I describe the techniques and procedures recommended by the authors who deal with this issue. With the help of a survey in the form of half-structured interviews with managers of education in different types of schools in a district town I try to find out what self-management techniques covering the biological, psychological and social areas are practised by head teachers in order to maintain and develop relevant skills. In conclusion, based on the acquired data I suggest a process of self-management of head teachers. Recommended methods and procedures can be used as a strategic tool for maintaining and developing their competencies necessary to carry out their profession in a quality way. KEYWORDS school director, self-management,...
Development of metacognitive strategies for primary school pupils in the Montessori environment
Šejnohová, Daniela ; Mazáčová, Nataša (advisor) ; Kargerová, Jana (referee)
In my final thesis I have dealt with the development of metacognitive strategies for primary school pupils in the Montessori environment. The aim of the first part of the thesis was to anchor the entire issue in the broader context of the current educational situation with respect to the requirements of The General educational program. In the second part of the thesis I described both - metacognitive strategies as well as key aspects of Montessori education. This characteristic I based on the analysis of the available literature. The final part of theory deals with the synthesis of both areas. This synthesis showes their harmonious connections and considerable complementarity. In this section I also revealed some problems that educators face in practice, and I tried to outline possible ways to address them - from my own experience of teaching practice. Empiric part of thesis uncovers the ways of introduction metacognitive strategies to education and presents few "examples of good practice.
Self-development tools in the context of personnel management
Svobodová, Kateřina ; Tureckiová, Michaela (advisor) ; Trojanová, Irena (referee)
The final diploma thesis of Pedagogy Specialization studing programme, Education Management studing field deals with a Self-development issue and its tools in the context of personnel management. This thesis examines the applicability possibilities of individual tools, methods and techniques used as a standard in personnel management as another possible tool of self-development. The aim of this thesis is a self-development evaluation mean by managerial work in the context of personnel management, including the applicability of self-development in the form of personnel management tool itself and the subsequent of company development. There are real examples of self-development possible tools across scientific disciplines In the practical part. The work presents the introspection results leading to an active self-development and provides concrete examples of patterns handling with self-development tools. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Nomad
Schneiberková, Marcela ; Macháček, Mikuláš (referee) ; Kögler, Žaneta (advisor)
Searching for the visual identity of the School 21, Prague Educational and Self-Development Initiative. The thesis analyzes the vision of the project and suggests ways of visual communication.
Creativity and innovation in self-awareness and self-management
Mazaeva, Olesya ; Franková, Emilie (advisor) ; Rohlíková, Petra (referee)
This bachelor's work addresses the theme of self-awareness and self-management, their creative methods and implementation. The aim of this work is to represent and express the importance of knowing one's self and to show the important role of self-management in the every day life of people. Different practical tools and methods which can contribute to higher performance and success are described as well. The first part of this work contains theoretical knowledge about creativity and innovation, self-awareness and self-management and the assessment of effective goals; the emphasis is dedicated to one particular tool and method which could contribute to the improvement of people's performance and perfection. The practical part of this bachelor's work continues with working out the theoretical part and is founded on research which aims to confirm whether students in universities are concerned about self-awareness and self-management; and in the cases where they are, to which degree are they using these particular tools and methods. Following the results, an interpretation of the research is formulated in advantageous suggestions and recommendations.

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