The procedure dimension of an assessing model for the teachers in the preuniversity system of learning

Daliana Ecaterina TASCOVICI, Robert Gabriel DRAGOMIR


The paper is part of an ample research which proposes to fundament theoretically, methodologically and procedurally an assessing model for the teachers in the pre university system of learning. The purpose of the present paper consists in presenting the procedure dimension of the above mentioned assessing model. 




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