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Teachers versus totalitarianism: Pedagogical faculties and their activities during the breakthrough year 1989
Cingrová, Kristýna ; Koura, Petr (advisor) ; Parkan, František (referee)
The thesis deals with the involvement of five pedagogical faculties in the Czech Republic in the Velvet Revolution in 1989. These are the Faculty of Education of Charles University, the Faculty of Education in České Budějovice, the Faculty of Education in Hradec Králové, the Faculty of Education in Pilsen and the Faculty of Education in Ústí nad Labem. The focus is mainly on the activities of students after the events at Národní třída on 17 November 1989, such as the announcement of a student strike, the establishment of strike committees and the beginnings of student self-government. However, attention is also paid to the atmosphere at the faculties during the 1980s and the activities in which students were involved during this period. One of the chapters is also devoted to students as important actors in our history. The historical development of higher teacher education in Czechoslovakia is not omitted. Other chapters are logically divided according to the individual faculties of education and include the historical development of the faculty, the atmosphere in the 1980s, the course of the student strike and the further direction of the faculty after the Velvet Revolution. The individual faculties of education are then compared with each other. The work is based on the analysis of contemporary...
Trends in the news consumption within the current young generation
Oravová, Tereza ; Klimeš, David (advisor) ; Macková, Veronika (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of consumption of news content among representatives of the current young generation Z in the Czech Republic. The thesis aims to describe how university students from generation Z consume news content, what are their habits when obtaining current information and how representatives from generation Z perceive the issue of news content that is not created by journalists, but by citizen journalists or influencers. The theoretical part of the work is devoted to news, new formats and changes in journalism and in the media in the 21st century. Then it describes how people consume news and the characteristics of Generation Z. Theory is followed by research, which has two parts. First, a quantitative research method, specifically i tis a questionnaire survey among representatives of generation Z, which aims to answer the first research question: How do current university students, representatives of generation Z, consume news content. The questionnaire survey will be followed by qualitative research in the form of semi-structured interviews, which aims to answer the second research question of the thesis: How do representatives of generation Z perceive the issue of news content that is not created by journalists, but by citizen journalists or influencers. The data...
Experience of the use of nicotine pouches among the student of secondary grammar school
Kolomazník, Lukáš ; Kulhánek, Adam (advisor) ; Rolová, Gabriela (referee)
Introduction: In recent years, the tobacco industry has begun innovating novele new nicotine product categories. These include nicotine pouches. These are beginning to appeal particularly to the youth population, which may include secondary grammar school students. Objectives: The aim of the study was to map the experiences of high school students in the Pardubice Region with the use of nicotine pouches. A sub-objective was to determine the prevalence of tobacco and nicotine product use among secondary grammar school students. Methods: Quantitative research was used to obtain the data. The research was conducted using an anonymous online questionnaire survey in the platform. The management of the Secondary Grammar School Dašická in Pardubice was approached for the research and agreed to conduct the research among students over 15 years of age. The research was conducted successively in all 16 classes, mostly during the Social Studies classes. Students completed the survey on their smart devices. The questionnaire was divided into four parts. The first part of the questionnaire mapped basic information about the respondents (age, gender, grade), the second part addressed students' awareness of nicotine pouches, the third part mapped the prevalence of tobacco and nicotine pouches use, and...
Chewing tobacco usage among high school students
Stehlíková, Kateřina ; Šejvl, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Kulhánek, Adam (referee)
BACKGROUND: Chewing tobacco is a smokeless tobacco product that contains the substance nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive substance and is one of the most commonly used addictive substances in the general population. Secondary school students are a group of young people who may be affected by this tobacco product. OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to identify and map patterns of chewing tobacco use among secondary school students, i.e. whether secondary school students have experience with chewing tobacco and, if so, to what extent they use it. METHODS: Data were collected using a quantitative questionnaire survey designed using the online survey tool Google forms. The questionnaire was featured on the social media platforms Instagram and Facebook. The data collected was further detailed in MS Excel. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION: A total of 304 respondents participated in the study, of which three respondents were excluded because they did not meet the inclusion criteria. Thus, the total number of respondents included in the study was 301, of which 231 (77%) were female and 70 (23%) were male. Of the total, 128 (42.5%) respondents reported experience with chewing tobacco. The most common age of first experience was between 15 and 18 years, reported by 92 (71.9%) respondents. 96 (75%) of the 128...
A qualitative Study of Czech non-believing Students
Říhová, Nikola ; Testa, Alessandro (advisor) ; Bartheldi, Layla (referee)
In my bachelor's thesis I focus on what it means for one to be a non-believer, supported by various statistics and data that examine non-believers in the world and in the Czech Republic. Using a qualitative process of data collection, I thus explore what my informants' individual beliefs are within the topic of non-religion, as well as how they themselves reflect on the sources of these beliefs. Specifically, this thesis then seeks to grasp these themes through two main theoretical frameworks. Firstly, identity formation, which is introduced through the theory of G.H. Mead, who points to the so- called significant other in this process. At the same time, I introduce the Social Identity Theory by H. Tajfel and J. Turner, which discusses the importance of social groups on individual identity formation. This social group is represented in my thesis as a group of non-believers, but it can be further divided into other subgroups. This is followed by a second framework where I present M. Weber's secularization theory and more specifically his disenchantment of the world, but this is complemented by its critique, represented for example by P. Berger, who in turn writes about the re-enchantment of the world. Using these aforementioned ideas, then, I want to point out that the topic of non-believers is a...
Comparison of swimming education in the Czech Republic and selected European countries
Hošek, Martin ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Chvostek, Lukáš (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to provide information on the differences in swimming education between the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Norway and Sweden using available sources and a survey. The thesis focuses on the comparison of swimming education programmes in the main and primary schools of the surveyed countries, including the levels of teaching and the diagnosis of swimming level. Furthermore, the thesis examines differences in the methodology and didactics of swimming instruction, not only in schools but also in swimming clubs. The thesis also provides information on the compulsory education of teachers, coaches and swimming instructors in the countries studied. I hope that the work will be useful for teachers and coaches in swimming training. KEYWORDS teaching, swimming lessons, pupils, swimming methods, curriculum, swimming skills, students
The impact of the Covid 19 pandemic on teaching techniques and strategies
Pleskačová, Jana ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (advisor) ; Syřiště, Ivo (referee)
The impact of the Covid 19 epidemic on instructional methods and practices is examined in the diploma thesis. The thesis seeks to ascertain Covid 19's effect on modifications to learning methods and strategies. The objective is to identify the changes that will take place. Identifying obstacles and figuring out whether teachers are interested in changing their teaching methods. Theoretical material includes searches of relevant literature and other sources. Primarily findings of the Czech School Inspection; judgments and suggestions from the Ministry of Education and Sports are also included. The results of the questionnaire survey are the main topic of the practical section. The quantitative study was conducted using a questionnaire among instructors. (specifically, 101 respondents). The output is recommendations on how to incorporate changes into teaching, such as through subsidies, as well as recommendations on how to employ various teaching apps that do not require financial subsidies. KEYWORDS Education, online education, teaching, teacher, educator, pupils, students, distance learning, Covid-19 pandemic, strategy, education techniques
Demotivating Factors in Educational Reality And their Impact on Students
In bachelor thesis on Demotivating Factors in Educational Reality and Their Impact on Students, I am dealing with factors which subjectively demotivated students during their studies. These are factors based on educational reality but also from reality apart from it. Respondents are selected from among students of the field pedagogy of leisure time. The aim of the bachelor work is to point out the problematics of demotivation factors within university students and get to know how educational reality impacted the motivation of the students (particularly my respondents) within studying. Subsequent summary of demotivation factors, aknowledge of how the demotivational factors impacted students psyché and process of their studies of pedagogy of the leisure time. The main outcome of this bachelor thesis are the problems of five particular respondents - students. In practical part of work I focus on their statements from our interviews. Theoretical part of work is for better understanding of the statements of the respondents with help of particular elemental terms.

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