The Analyses of the Teacher’s Activities Facing with Efficiency
AbstractThe element of education has here a very important role not only regarding the aspect of quality of the act but in integrating the need of quality in the national culture. The individual’s conception has to assimilate the conviction that the welfare can not exist without a responsible and quality labor. Starting form this mission, it becomes obvious that the entire university’s activity should be oriented towards the institution’s competitiveness growth both at a national level and at the international level through: the quality of the offer and the result of the activity, a good management, a financial politic adequate to the rational use of the resources and of drawing new resources, to strengthen the international dimension, to encourage the staff’s responsible behavior.
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education; evaluation process; multidimensional evaluation; quality; efficiency;
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