Toward Greater Implementation of Motivating Factors for a Better Quality of School: Case in Kosovo

Eliza Avdiu, Faton Avdiu


Changes in recent years in the field of education show that our country seems to be reformed based on European standards, making it comparable to other countries education system. However the experience in practice shows the gaps which limit creation of an environment that promotes and motivates human society best values.This paper is focused on factors which facilitate/obstruct development of quality in the field of education by offering examples which allow solution.In this case, the paper presents factors that contribute to more successful and safer school development, starting from the reasons which obstruct/facilitate success, such as improper application of teaching methods, teacher and parent accountability towards students, punitive and preventive measures for different occurrences such as school drop-outs, low social-economic levels, closer cooperation between MEST and schools, faster and wider application of the ICT, etc.The essence of the request for greater integration of all these factors toward student motivation in aiding school work is a need for conditions which currently should be entwined in our schools in the service of placing better quality, systematic, selected and functional education in our schools by creating the circumstances for the students to have an internal push to work on activities and tasks which enrich their spiritual and intellectual knowledge.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2013.v3n7p545

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