Evaluation Of Education Work In Pre-school Institutions
Mag. Anka Jurčević Lozančić, Inga Seme Stojnović and Tijana Vidović

Summary:  The recent, modern approach to understanding children and education in early childhood requires a high level of flexibility of the education process, which means adjustability to the specific possibilities and different needs and interests of children. This also includes a special way of preparing and training teachers for changing and improving education practice, as well as the joint, interdisciplinary co-creation of the curriculum. The contents of education must be both professionally appropriate and sensible and important for the children, which requires a double orientation of the curriculum: towards the contents and towards children. For the teacher to be able to better de. ne the ef.ciency of their work they must regularly observe their interventions, search – alone or in co­operation with others – for different ways to eliminate their, and introduce changes and improvements to their practice based on evaluation results. With regard to the extreme importance of evaluation for education, this article highlights the pedagogical aspect of evaluation in pre-school institutions. The results of the work done so far clearly show that the exercise of the right of children to their origin and the developing of multiculturalism is a model useful for all countries in the world.

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