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Possibilities of Implementation of Small Business Check-Up Methodology in Comparative Analysis of Secondary Schools and Universities in Slovakia
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International Conference e-Learning 2014. Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems,

Abstract

The paper is aimed to evaluate the possibility of applying new methods and tools of more effective educational processes, with an emphasis on increasing their quality especially aimed on educational processes at secondary schools and universities. There are some contributions from practice for the effective implementation of time management, such as reducing unnecessary delays, in order to increase the efficiency of education from the perspective of the provider of educational services--secondary schools and universities, as well as from the state as evaluating authority (accessibility of educational services, costs savings, time, etc.). The Small business check-up methodology can be the right and cheaper way for completing or replacement of actual monitoring system provided once per year in paper form and only in selected groups. The basic idea of this approach is to establish an appropriate system for exchange of information between individual schools and also among the state schools and institutions. The paper also deals with differentiation between quality level of schools across individual regions in Slovakia. [This contribution was undertaken, as parts of the research projects VEGA 1/1321/12, VEGA 1/0895/13, VEGA 1/0421/12, KEGA 052ŽU-4/2012. For the complete proceedings, see ED557189.]

Citation

Štofková, K., Strícek, I. & Štofková, J. (2014). Possibilities of Implementation of Small Business Check-Up Methodology in Comparative Analysis of Secondary Schools and Universities in Slovakia. Presented at International Conference e-Learning 2014. Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems 2014. Retrieved May 25, 2020 from .

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