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A Case Study of Management by Profile

Yllka Mullai
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Yllka Mullai: Faculty of Education and Social Sciences, Department of Education and Teaching Methodology, University of Gjirokastra, Albania

from International School for Social and Business Studies, Celje, Slovenia

Abstract: The objectives of this model are: "good management ensures that the model won't worsen, that we will be preventing complications that we will do our best to fix important breakdowns that we will be helping the kid get the most from the way he is (Mel Levine, 2002, p. 277)." The topics treated in my paper are: Teachers who collect the information and children. As a main resource I have used newspapers, pedagogical journals of Albanian and foreign authors, teaching practices observations in different schools, consultations and discussions with different teachers and university professors. The following procedure has been applied for this study: (1) The problem that was studied: Management by profile can provide a stable framework for helping any child or adolescent overcome barriers to learning and accomplishment. (2) Every learner in the schools in Albanian would benefit from any version of Management by profile. (3) The literature studied and used: other authors' quotes, foreign and domestic authors views about various changes in the educational system and also about Management by profile.

Keywords: management; learners; teachers (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
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