Post-Doctoral Fellowships http://www.cuni.cz/UKEN-178.html
Postdoctoral positions are open at Charles University from January 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2019.
The candidates have to respect the deadlines given in the propositions of the research centre/institute. Deadline Faculty of Education: 24. 7. 2017
Application form + annex send to contakt person Faculty of Education
The applicant should provide the following documents:
· Detailed CV
· List of publications
· Copy of university diploma
Faculty of Education
Department for Research and Scientific Activities
contakt person: Mgr. Helena Rambouskova (email@example.com
Department of Germanic Studies
contact person: doc. PhDr. Viera Glosíková, CSc.
The Czech and German culture relations (chronicle of Ottocarus of Styria)
(Research Topics for: Dr. phil. Elisabeth Martschini, Mag. phil.)
Department of Psychology
contact person: PhDr. Gabriela Seidlová Málková, Ph.D.
The development of an intervention program to facilitate natural mentoring relationships of socially disadvantaged children and youth: Explorative phenomenological study within the participative action research approach
(Research Topics for Mgr.Tereza Brumovská)
Department of Education
contact person: PhDr. Hana Voňková, Ph.D.
The anchoring vignette method in educational research Summary
Institute for Research and Development in Education (IRDE)
contact person: PhDr. David Greger, Ph.D.
Value-added assessment in eduction, longitudinal data analysis and stuctural equation modelling
Test development, psychometric analysis and IRT
Early tracking and transition between school levels in comparative perspective
Social justice, social stratification and education, multicultural education Accountability, assessment and school inspections - its mechanisms and (side)effects
Department of Information Technology and Technical Education
contact person: PhDr. Tomáš Jeřábek, Ph.D.
Using of virtual and augmented reality in education
Developing computational thinking and digital competence of pupils of elementaryeducation
Evaluation and Self-reflection in Virtual Learning Environments
Department of Czech Literature
contact person: doc. PhDr. Ondřej Hník, Ph.D.
The research of the real curriculum of the literary education (literary educational part of the school subject Czech language and literature) at lower secondary school. (Czech schools)
Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Education
contact person: doc. RNDr. Naďa Vondrová, Ph.D.
Word problems as a critical feature of school mathematics
Use of ICT tools in the teaching of mathematics
Department of Czech Language
contact person: doc. PhDr. Martina Šmejkalova, Ph.D.
L1 and/or L2 teaching and learning
Research at the Faculty of Education lays great store on the development of didactic strands as distinct disciplines and linked with general didactic knowledge and psychology and related research branches. In its research and educational activities, the Faculty of Education collaborates with nursery schools and kindergartens, primary schools and schools for lower and upper secondary education.
All research crucially depends on adequate funding. From public finances, Charles University receives what is termed “institutional funding”. The allocated amounts of institutional funding are based on previous research output and are used to finance the Charles University Research Development Schemes (PRVOUK), which are strategically targeted in order to strengthen the principal fields of research at the University. A lesser part of the above-mentioned funds is used as targeted support of (mostly young) researchers at the best-performing CU departments or institutes (UNCE) and to fund other minor schemes. In addition to these funds, researchers also need specific-purpose grants for individual research projects - whether from national sources Czech Science Foundation (GAČR), Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (TAČR), Internal Grant Scheme of the Ministry of Healthcare etc.) or from abroad (e.g. EU Framework Programmes including ERC). Independent research by students, especially in doctoral programmes, is funded by the University's own Charles University Grant Agency. To some extent, the funding opportunities are also a function of the institution's potential for transferring new knowledge and technologies into practice, a task entrusted mainly to the University’s Centre for Transfer of Knowledge and Technology.