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the act of arranging in a graduated series

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changing the ground level to a smooth horizontal or gently sloping surface

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evaluation of performance by assigning a grade or score

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This further question requires explicitly asking learners to reflect on their learning and level of competence, and to clarify or to authenticate such learning and competence not merely for purposes of grading but for performance beyond the classroom.
The number of hospitalizations from food-borne illness dropped from 382 in 1997, before the grading program began, to 280 by 2000.
1997) argue that instructor expressivity and grading practices can unduly influence ratings of instruction.
10) Furthermore, a significant correlation has been demonstrated between the clinical stage of mucoepidermold carcinoma and its histologic grading.
In the first grading period I boldly flunked a number of students, including the daughter of an administrator of a local elementary school and a star fullback who was also the nephew of a school board member.
At the Los Tomates zone, located 1,000 m south of Hondo Valle, a trench cut 18 meters grading 2.
What is really interesting to me is that this grading system has had such an influence,'' Fielding said.
Faculty use a variety of rubrics for assigning grades and employ grading practices that may have evolved throughout their teaching careers (Brookhart, 1993).
For a sizeable minority of faculty who related the institutional mission to the awarding of good grades, they interpreted the `open-access', `door of opportunity' mission as a statement that requires acceptance, nurturance and support of students even in grading to enable them to reach their potential.
The scoring system changes come a little more than two years after the county began the restaurant grading system.
McCreary, President and CEO of Baffinland stated that, "The assay results of the nine holes released today are nothing short of spectacular, with multiple intercepts in certain holes totalling as much as 265 metres of 65% iron and the average being almost 200 metres of multiple intercepts per hole grading almost 66% iron.
This article reviews the difficulties in assigning grades to student work, briefly reviewing highlights from the history of grading practices.
As if fiscal matters weren't enough, they've now tried to perfect the toothbrush of grading systems.
Gold mineralization extends over a distance of 1,800 meters from the northern-most trench at Hondo Valle with 36 meters grading 2.
In my experience, however, instructor grading is even less efficient than this ideal.