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to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

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When teachers know that they will be evaluated by higher authorities on the basis of students' evaluations and they are in turn affected by their grades, it can lead to a dangerous turn of events.
Courses which were evaluated as 'just right' got the highest evaluations.
The art of the evaluation involves identifying purpose and stakeholders, appropriate designs for actions and delivery of services, and interpreting goals and objectives of program or project.
Additionally, because of its ability to clearly articulate the criteria corresponding to target writing assignments and the degree of reliability inherent within the feedback provided to the students regarding the strengths and limitations of written text, rubrics have emerged as an effective measure of evaluation and accountability (Andrade, 2000).
Program evaluation allows practitioners to assess programs and interventions in their specific contexts.
RINA Accountancy performs written performance evaluations after every engagement of 25 hours or more.
Marsh (1982) found that the single most important factor affecting student evaluations was the amount learned, and the least important was the course difficulty.
2 included provisions and guidance for CC evaluations as part of their direction for information assurance within the DoD.
Ward offers an examination of the Looking After Children study, a national evaluation of fifty performance indicators for children in foster care in the United Kingdom.
Headquarters Air Force/Test and Evaluation (HQ AF/TE) released a new test and evaluation instruction (Air Force Instruction [AFI] 99-103) on August 6, 2004.
Differences of opinion about the value and usefulness of the evaluations appeared.
VX-1 currently has approximately 32 projects assigned involving complex weapon system evaluations and investigations of electronic, acoustic and optical methods of submarine detection.
Assists managers and/or principals in the preparation of staff evaluations as requested.
Coaches also have to keep referring to the player evaluations, so that they become a constant focus for both the player and coach.
The fact that quasi-experimental outcome evaluations are possible in some social policy areas should not be taken as evidence that quasi-experimental outcome evaluation is similarly feasible in all policy areas, where alternatives such as case study designs may need to be used.
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