37.014.6:005.6 ;
Raven, John

Managing education for effective schooling : the most important problem is to come to terms with values / John Raven. - Unionville, N.Y. : Oxford : Trillium ; Oxford Psychologist, cop. 1994. - 184 str. ; 22 cm

Bibliografija: str. 171-184. -

Chapter 1: Overview --
Part I. Educational goals: their nature and achievement-and the reasons for their neglect. Chapt. 2: Education has centrally to do with values -- Chapt. 3: The competencies required at work and in society -- Chapt. 4: The nature of competence -- Chapt. 5: Schools neglect their main goals -- Chapt. 6: How do effective teachers foster high-level competencies? -- Chapt. 7: Why do schools neglect their main goals? -- - Part II. Managing the educational system for effective education or creating an innovative educational system. Chapt. 8: The international organization of the system -- Chapt. 9: The role and function of public sector bureaucracies and their interface with the public -- Chapt. 10: The organization and facilitation of research -- - Part III. Chapt. 11: The way forward. -

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evaluacija obrazovanja -- vrednovanje obrazovanja -- upravljanje školskim sustavom -- kompetencije -- razvoj kompetencija --

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