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Research and Publications

Basic and applied research is an important activity of Department of Education.

Our aim is research of teachers training which covers these topics:

  • Professional teachers training
  • Reflection of teachers training
  • Evaluation of teachers education
  • Teachers’ work with student diversity, differentiation and personalization of teaching
  • Classroom management and teacher power
  • Practical and tacit knowledge of novice teachers
  • Evaluation and self-evaluation of students

Basic research

We carry out basic research mainly within the framework of acquired projects, e.g. from the Czech Science Foundation (Grantová agentura ČR – GA ČR), Horizont, the European Science Foundation (ESF).

GA ČR is an organizational unit of the state, administrator of category of a budget and independent accounting entity which administrates special-purpose and institutional means assigned by the law of state budget of the Czech Republic. These means are assigned to solve grant projects which are chosen in public competitions. GA ČR announces public competitions concerning solving grant project of basic research in specified fields and in approved programs. Calls for project submission are announced regularly once per a year. Grant project is project of basic research whose aims and ways of solving are set by the research solver.

Recently acquired research projects at the DE:

Applied research

Applied research is used to gain new knowledge focused on specific use in educational practice. We solve applied research mainly in assigned projects, e.g. Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (TAČR / ÉTA).

Recent applied research projects at the DE: 

Specific research

Projects of specific research at universities in the Czech Republic are solved by doctoral and master students. The aim of these projects is to strenghten students´research skills in a give field of research. Students are intensively participating in issues solved especially in team research and development activities at faculties.

Recent specific research projects solved at DE: