• Esad R. Kurejšepi
  • Vedat M. Bajrami
Keywords: evaluation, self-evaluation, teacher, education, competences, information


Evaluation and self-evaluation in education is the issue in the theoretical part, where the following is treated: valuation, measurement, grading, assessment, evaluation, monitoring as the basic concept of evaluation, Evaluation approaches with The theoretical framework of understanding evaluation and Post-positivist evaluation approaches; Approaches of self-evaluation. We analyzed the opinions of individual authors and relevance feedback to each participant in the process of education.
Project of the empirical part is done in accordance with the requirements of modern Methodology of pedagogical researches. The subject of research was set, researches and consideration of the current situation using a variety of methods, techniques and instruments in the process of self-evaluation of teachers in teaching and understanding important feedback among teachers of primary and secondary schools in Kosovo. The goal is defined and the research tasks are set up. And based on this, we set the general hypothesis and eight sub-hypothesis, and there were also set the variable researches which will be proved during the study.
During the research, we used non-experimental causal method, descriptive method, and for the most part, exploratory, structural-descriptive and explicative procedures.
The study was conducted on a total sample of 343 teachers from 19 primary and secondary schools.
We also used the descriptive method in the analyzing and connecting the phenomena. Techniques that are used for study are written surveys and scaling as indirect observation procedures that allow the inclusion of a large and representative sample of teachers. The survey questionnaire and the scale of assessments, as the two basic instruments for collecting and quantifying data, were made in the form of a unique questionnaire for teachers of primary and secondary schools.


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How to Cite
R. Kurejšepi, E., & M. Bajrami, V. (2018). THE IMPORTANCE OF RECIVING FEEDBACKIN THE PROCES OF SELF-EVALUATION. Knowledge International Journal, 23(1), 191 - 193. Retrieved from