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SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF THE QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF THE TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS IN MILITARY HIGHER EDUCATION

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Type
Published Article
Publication Date
June 2015
Volume
IX
Issue
2
Pages
104–116
Source
MyScienceWork
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Abstract

Forming the personality of the professional Romanian officer for a modern army able to meet the requirements of permanently received missions, in any circumstances, nationally and internationally, needs constant attention and concern for the enhancement of military academic quality management and of all components that contribute to its achievement. In this respect, the management of the quality of the teaching and learning process, through its aims in terms of the performance training of the future officer particularly contributes to achieving and strengthening excellence through the quality of military academic education. The theoretical and applied scientific concerns, which started in the second half of the last century are more developed and diversified in these first decades of the 21st century, in what regards the adaptation of the final products of any type of activities, tailored on the needs of the beneficiaries. In this sense, in the field of education, the increasingly demanding requirements of the beneficiaries have generated new perspectives of approach in the domains of science education, decision theory, psychology management, organization theory etc. These realities and challenges were the essential parts of our study, as a perspective of scientific, theoretical and practical approach of what quality management represents in the teaching and learning process in military higher education. The approach, from an interdisciplinary unified perspective, of some specific aspects of the quality management of the teaching and learning process in military higher education offers a new perspective of scientific analysis of the need to rethink and reconstruct the basis, design and achievement of quality in modern military academic education.

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