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to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

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67 Moreover other factors such as personal experiences and social environment may affect the judgment of the evaluators.
Either the roles and functions have changed over time, or variability exists among respondents in their perceptions of the roles and functions of vocational evaluators.
In such cases, these evaluators carefully craft custody arrangements that will keep the mother and children safe," said doctoral student Megan Haselschwerdt who worked with Hardesty on the study.
Evaluators are reimbursed for all expenses incurred related to the visit.
Districts may provide parents with a list of qualified evaluators so long as the list is responsive to the child's needs and the list is exhaustive (OSEP letters: Fields, 1989; Thorne, 1990; Rambo, 1990; Imber, 1992).
To that end, the completion of training for 100 certified evaluators will not only help ensure quality standards are met, but will increase the capacity to certify product.
In addition, Cardea conducted extensive interviews with 40 key participants in the accreditation process and surveyed 1,648 individuals, including institutional representatives from accredited programs as well as ABET Board members, program evaluators, commissioners, and ABET and member society staff.
The ensembles participate in a welcome breakfast and orientation, a one-hour presentation conducted by a music educator, a private Disney party, a performance in a specially designed music venue and a clinic with a nationally recognized evaluator.
The contractor may bid higher skill levels than needed to do the job, and inexperienced evaluators do not understand that just because the contractor proposes senior people does not mean senior people will be used during contract performance.
This CSCLIP lesson, which was selected through purposive sampling, was chosen because it is typical of the structure and strategies used in delivering a CSCLIP course and because the evaluators could learn the lesson content without being telecommunications experts.
ABSTRACT: This research proposes that the risk preferences of decision evaluators and the decision "domain" systematically influence evaluations of decision makers' information technology (IT) investment decisions.
When the contract was re-competed, one of the five evaluators attacked CIS's proposal in unusually harsh language, calling portions of it "a pipe dream" filled with "profound lack of intellect" and "lack of respect.
They are the politicians, policy-makers, administrators, target group (welfare recipients), evaluators, and the general public (lobby groups, media, taxpayers).
Each subject selects two additional evaluators, one who works inside his or her department and one from another section.