The object of the assessment – part of the teachers’ evaluation

Robert Gabriel DRAGOMIR, Daliana Ecaterina TASCOVICI

Abstract


 

The present paper is part of an ample research on a teacher assessment model in the pre university education system. The purpose was to establish the theoretical aspects of the assessment object taken into consideration. Thus, I have presented and described the assessment object, which involves the teacher’s performance, the content and the result of the teacher’s activity, which is materialized in the pupil’s knowledge.

 


Keywords


assessment, teacher, object of the evaluation, competences, attitudinal aspects

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