Miroslava Černochová graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University in Prague in 1982. From 1982-84, she was a PhD. student in the Department of Physics Education at Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics. Since 1985, she has been working in the Department of Information Technology and Technical Education at the Faculty of Education at Charles University in Prague. Her PhD. thesis (1989) was dedicated to didactical questions on how to implement the basis of quantum theory when teaching about solid materials in the secondary school curriculum. Her inaugural dissertation (2003), “e-Instruction: instruction supported by ICT, “focused on key pedagogical aspects of ICT applications and on virtual learning environments in the teaching profession.
At the Faculty of Education Dr. Černochová leads a Masters’ Degree study programme, “Teaching of subjects for primary and secondary education – technical and informatics education”. She has responsibility for the curricular design and teaching of a set of compulsory courses focused on Pedagogy of Information Literacy and Informatics Education, ICT in education, e-Learning, Open educational systems and digital resources suitable for (online) education as a part of the Masters Degree Study Programme for student teachers of ICT, Informatics and Technical Education of primary and secondary schools (pupils aged 11 to 19). Since 2017 she is an external examiner of the board of experts for projects focused on the implementation of the Czech Government’s Strategy for Digital Education managed by the Ministry of Education. As Vice-Dean (for Foreign Relations) since 2007, Dr Černochová has been a member of the faculty management team and a member of the scientific (research) committee at the Faculty of Education, Charles University in Prague.