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Circumstaces that eliminate lawlessness of students from opted highschool
Truhlář, Filip ; Stich, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Zdobinský, Adam (referee)
Title: Circumstances that eliminate lawlessness of students from opted highschool Objectives: The aim of this work is to find out awareness of students from opted highschool about curcumstances given that eliminate lawlessness and increase given awereness by educational intervention. Methods: This dissertation uses a quantitive method of research. The research was made by help of preexperiment design. This design works with one group whitch is exposed by intervention in that case with pretest and posttest. A questionaire survey is the method of the date collection. There were 43 individuals of 3 rd year of opted highschool (24 men and 19 women). Results: The survey showed that before educational intervention the respondents gave 48 % of correct answers on average about problems of circumstances that eliminace lawlessness. After the educational intervention there was an improvement of respondents' knowledge on average about 9,4 %. Gender didn't have an influence about awareness. The datas didn't prove relation between physical punishment during education and awareness about necessary defence. In the entrance questionaire there was higher awareness about necessary defence that in the case of an extreme emergency. Conclusion: The puspose of this dissertation was to find out the students' awareness...
Safe sport
Cvachová, Adéla ; Němcová Tejkalová, Alice (advisor) ; Buriánková, Jitka (referee)
The final thesis Safe Sport summarizes scientific theoretical knowledge with references to other relevant literature and presents a didactic material draft that can be used as a base for raising awareness and developing education in the field of safe sport in the Czech Republic. Text of the thesis is divided into two parts, a theoretical and a practical. The first, theoretical part defines the term safe sport by summarizing professional concepts and scientific knowledge using the methods of analysis, synthesis, comparison and compilation. In order to put these concepts and knowledge into context and to analyze the state of the Czech sport environment, they are supplemented by available case reports from the Czech media. The subsequent practical part of the thesis presents a proposal for didactic material reflecting the current situation and needs of the Czech sports environment. In addition to the theoretical scientific knowledge, it also includes practical suggestions for prevention and possible procedures for dealing with specific examples of situations that cross the boundaries of a safe sport environment. Keywords: prevention, harassment, abuse, non-accidental violence, didactic material, education, youth
The Fight against Doping in Sport in Interaction with European Union Law: Proportionality of Ineligibility and Anti-Doping Education
Exner, Jan ; Tomášek, Michal (advisor) ; Ondřejek, Pavel (referee) ; Kornbeck, Klaus Jacob (referee) ; Viret, Marjolaine (referee)
Dissertation: The Fight against Doping in Sport in Interaction with European Union Law: Proportionality of Ineligibility and Anti-Doping Education Author: JUDr. Jan Exner This dissertation researches the interaction between the fight against doping in sport and the law of the European Union. It particularly analyses whether the World Anti-Doping Agency and other anti-doping organizations respect the proportionality of ineligibility for doping and related role of anti-doping education. The findings of this dissertation demonstrate that anti-doping organizations have crossed the borders of their conditional autonomy and good governance under European Union law through breach of the proportionality of ineligibility in interaction with anti-doping education. In particular, it concludes that they underestimate the role of education as an anti-doping element, which interacts with proportionality of ineligibility. Anti-doping education raises awareness, informs, communicates, instills values, and develops life skills and decision-making capability to prevent intentional and unintentional doping and its consequences, including a potentially disproportionate ineligibility. As such, it also enables the deterrence effect of anti-doping rules and sanctions. On top of that, the level of anti-doping education is...
Horticultural therapy in individuals with autism spectrum disorder
Lovecký, Adam ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Pavlová, Ilona (referee)
Title: Horticultural therapy in individuals with autism spectrum disorder Objectives: The objective of this work was to map the use of education in the natural environment in children with autism spectrum disorder in schools and leisure organizations in the Czech Republic, with special focus on therapeutic- pedagogical use of gardens, called horticultural therapy. As a part of investigation, it was examined whether this form of therapy was part of the teaching process and how it might influence the behaviour of the individuals concerned. Methods: Empirical research was conducted by collecting data using a questionnaire of its own design. It has been sent to school educators who include the inclusion of children with autism spectrum disorder and to special organizations caring for individuals with autism spectrum disorder throughout Czech Republic. Results: The results of the questionnaire survey, which evaluated 40 responses, show that of the respondents interviewed, 41 % encountered the concept of ecotherapy and perceived it as an appropriate supplement. However, the same percentage said they were hearing about ecotherapy for the first time. 38,7 % of respondents incorporate horticultural therapy into an individual education plan and educational support or development plans for pupils/clients when...
Motivation of students and university graduates to study secondary vocational schools
Křenová, Kateřina ; Balon, Jan (advisor) ; Tuček, Milan (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the motivation of university graduates and students to study at a secondary vocational school and their use of selected fields in work and personal life. In the thesis, I pay attention to the origin of factors influencing the choice of education, such as their family, the usability of gained knowledge at work and in everyday life, and supplementing practical skills in their field of work. The theoretical chapter introduces the reader to the theoretical background on which the research and its outputs are based, namely the theory of sociology of professions, the process of professionalization, the theory of social constructivism, and the phenomenon of a crisis of 'office' work causing a transition to manual work. The theoretical basis is supplemented by the historical development and the current situation in education in the Czech Republic. As a method of answering the research questions was chosen an analysis of semi-structured qualitative interviews, which were supported by an analysis of quantitative data collected through questionnaires. The research sample was identified as students or graduates at the age of at least 18, who completed the secondary vocational school a maximum of 10 years ago. Based on the analysis of data, the work should find out what are the...
Cell Biology in Czech Lower-secondary Biology Textbooks
Zupko, Jakub ; Dvořáková, Radka (advisor) ; Kuba, Radim (referee)
Cell biology is a dynamic but also complex and abstract scientific field. Therefore, it is crucial that teachers have sufficient quality teaching material to teach it. This paper aims to assess the quality of the cell biology chapters in five Czech textbooks for 6th-grade science. Specifically, the textbooks of Fraus, Nová Škola, Prodos, SPN and Taktik publishers are the set under study. The content analysis of the textbooks focuses on six aspects: scope of the material, terminology, difficulty of the explanatory text (measured by the Hrabí method), content accuracy, the cognitive difficulty of the accompanying tasks (according to Bloom's taxonomy) and the nature of the non- verbal component of the textbooks. Differences were found in the didactic equipment and the correctness of the content of individual textbooks. In four of the five explanatory texts it is possible to find incorrect information (at least three and at most twelve false statements). Most of the accompanying tasks are aimed at the lowest levels of Bloom's taxonomy. The nonverbal component on average occupies almost one-third of the page space, with the most common type of pictorial component being a sketch. The most suitable textbook, based on the examined criteria, is the textbook published by SPN, followed by the textbook...
Educating children from a Children's Home
Krátká, Jana
Dissertation is focused on the issue of institutional care in the Czech Republic. The main focus of this work are children's homes, education and socialization of children placed in this type of residential care. The aim of the theoretical part is to describe the characteristics of subjects of institutional care in the Czech Republic. Furthermore, to compare institutional care with selected countries and describe the child's socialization in the family and at school. A historical overview of institutional care in the Czech Republic is also described, and in conclusion the author deals with a specific description of the social inclusion of pupils with special educational needs in the teaching process at primary school. The empirical part reports on the research and its results obtained by qualitative methodology using case study design. The main goal of the research was to find out how children from a children's home are integrated into the teaching process at primary school. Furthermore, the author set several partial goals. The first partial goal was to find out how children from a children's home are integrated by children growing up in biological families into the class group at primary school. The second partial goal was to find out how children from a children's home are involved in the...
Education as a tool for learning about national cultural monument of Buchlov Castle
Jošková, Marcela ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Sládková, Kateřina (referee)
The thesis is focused on the interconnection of education and knowledge of the history presented in the environment of national cultural monuments. The main aim is clarification the concept of education and introduce it as one of the tools for the interpretation of cultural heritage. It is divided into theoretical and practical part. The first part of this thesis describes the main educational principles and possibilities of using education in practice applied to monuments. On the basis of examples of implemented educational programs on selected monuments, the extracted data are in principle used to compile an educational program in the environment of the national cultural monument - Buchlov Castle. Through the presentation of a real historical event, an educational syntax is designed in the form of a story, which mediates the knowledge of life in a certain historical period. In the practical part is included the connection between the wider history and historical events of Buchlov Castle. All of information are used and combined into an educational program presenting knowledge of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance period. Based on the analysis of this object is created a draft program. Its preparation, implementation and final reflection are part of the conclusion the thesis. Keywords:...
Upbringing and education in the Martin Buber's work as dialog in the method of the encounter and the talk
Kotek, Jiří ; Pelcová, Naděžda (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee)
The diploma thesis pursues problems of the philosophy of dialog in the 20th century with putting emphasis on this philosophy in the Martin Buber's work. Firstly this thesis pursues the term itself. Shortly it focuses on the Buber's contemporaries, namely Ferdinand Ebner and Franz Rosenzweig, who pursued simile problems. Then its attention will be focused on the Martin Buber's personality, describing his life, with putting emphasis on his Jewish roots of thinking. Next, the Buber's point of view on the philosophy of dialog will be analyzed as the encounter and talk. This is done on the base of the analysis of his work. Next aim is to Conner his way of dialog with relation to upbringing and encounter. There will be ilustrated concrete examples on the base of his work, where is shown the Buber's way of thinking specifically. The thesis reached the conclusion how to use the Martin Buber's work in the today's world with the aid of analysis, compilation and hermeneutic. KEYWORDS dialog, encounter, upbringing, education, hasidism

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