Evaluation Standards Sample Clauses

Evaluation Standards. The demonstration evaluation will meet the prevailing standards of scientific and academic rigor, as appropriate and feasible for each aspect of the evaluation, including standards for the evaluation design, conduct, and interpretation and reporting of findings. The demonstration evaluation will use the best available data; use controls and adjustments for and reporting of the limitations of data and their effects on results; and discuss the generalizability of results.
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Evaluation Standards. The District and the Association agree to adopt for the purposes of evaluating the instructionally related areas, the California Standards for the Teacher Profession (CSTP). The CSTP provides a common language on teaching that will be used by teachers to prompt reflection about teaching and learning, develop professional goals, and guide, monitor and assess the progress of the unit member’s practice towards their professional goals. Non-permanent teachers will be evaluated on all six (6) standards, while permanent teachers will primarily focus on a single primary standard selected from Standards 1-5. The teacher and the evaluator shall agree upon the primary standard for evaluation. In the event the teacher and the evaluator cannot agree upon the primary standard, the teacher may request that the Superintendent or the Superintendent’s designee meet with the teacher and the evaluator to facilitate the selection of a primary standard.
Evaluation Standards. All applicants shall be evaluated based upon standards which related directly to the duties, responsibilities and requirements of the position.
Evaluation Standards. Unit member performance shall be evaluated and assessed as it reasonably relates to:
Evaluation Standards. The CHS office conducts end-of-term student course evaluations for each course section offered through CHS. The CHS office will also conduct surveys of CHS alumni and participating high school instructors, principals and guidance counselors at regular intervals to inform and guide program improvement. College Responsibilities • Designate a program contact and CHS administrator (Xxxxx Xxxxxxx, Associate Xxxx of Academic Affairs). • EnsureNACEP program standards – including curriculum, faculty, student, assessment, and evaluation – are met. • Consult with the District regarding any instructor non-compliance issues. • Ensure College policies on academic freedom are applied to the teaching and learning processes. • Assign experienced College faculty as Faculty Coordinators to work closely with high school instructors to articulate the course, coordinate program activities and meet all program requirements. Coordinators will provide ongoing collegial interaction to address course content, course delivery, assessment, evaluation, and/or research in the field. • Conduct annual meeting and new instructor orientation to review program policies and procedures. College Faculty Coordinators will provide discipline-specific training for new instructors. • College Faculty Coordinators will work with CHS instructors to plan and approve annual discipline-specific professional development. • Program policies and information will be available on the College website. • Provide high school instructors with program information and registration processes. • Work in tandum with the College’s Enrollment Services to manage the student admissions and registration process. • Award college credit to high school students who enroll in and successfully complete the CHS course(s). • Maintain student records and transcripts. • Lead evaluation of the program, and ensure that courses are equivalent to the same courses offered on the college campus. • Select high school instructors to teach CHS courses based on the same qualifications used to select adjunct college faculty. • Conduct end of term student course evaluations and share results with Faculty Coordinators and CHS instructors. • Offer high school students and instructors participating in CHS use of the College resources such as the library, writing center and tutoring services. • The College assures the District that its agency complies with all state and federal guidelines and/or regulations and does not discriminate on the basis ...
Evaluation Standards. The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) has adopted professional standards that will guide teacher preparation programs and new teacher assignments. These standards are organized around six (6) interrelated categories of teaching practice, with several supporting elements under each Standard. The California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP) are incorporated into the evaluation process of all certificated employees:
Evaluation Standards. Note: It is intended by CMBA that the standards referred to in this section be negotiated between CMBA and the District during negotiations. All evaluations of job performance shall be conducted in a manner consistent with the California Education Code and pursuant to the “evaluation standards” attached hereto as Appendix “E” and incorporated by reference as part of this agreement.
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Evaluation Standards. The Service will evaluate the sale of visitor convenience items by using the Retail (10-RET) standards located on the NPS Commercial Services website, including adjustments to standards listed below.
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  • PRODUCTION STANDARDS The Company may establish minimum production standards applicable to Representative.

  • Reformulation Standards A “reformulated” product (a) contains lead in concentrations that do not exceed 90 parts per million, equivalent to 0.009%, in any exterior parts analyzed pursuant to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) methodologies 3050B and 6010B, or (b) yields a result of no more than 1.0 micrograms of lead when sampled according to NIOSH 9100 protocol and analyzed according to EPA 6010B. In addition to the above tests, the Settling Entity may use equivalent methods utilized by any California or federal agency to determine lead content in a solid substance or the amount of the bioavailability of the toxicant through a wipe test, respectively.

  • Construction Standards The Subrecipient and Developer shall ensure that all Approved Projects comply with the following requirements:

  • Institution Standards Residents are also responsible for reading, understanding and adhering to the academic and non-academic policies and procedures that have been established by the Institution, including the Code of Conduct and its penalties.

  • Reformulation Standard “Reformulated Products” shall mean Products that contain concentrations less than or equal to 0.1% (1,000 parts per million (ppm)) of DEHP when analyzed pursuant to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency testing methodologies 3580A and 8270C or other methodology utilized by federal or state government agencies for the purpose of determining the phthalate content in a solid substance.

  • REPORT STANDARDS Reports or written material prepared by the Contractor in response to the requirements of this Contract or request of the Project Officer shall, unless otherwise provided for in the Contract, meet standards of professional writing established for the type of report or written material provided, shall be thoroughly researched for accuracy of content, shall be grammatically correct and not contain spelling errors, shall be submitted in a format approved in advance by the Project Officer, and shall be submitted for advance review and comment by the Project Officer. The cost of correcting grammatical errors, correcting report data, or other revisions required to bring the report or written material into compliance with these requirements shall be borne by the Contractor. When submitting documents to APS, The Contractor shall comply with the following guidelines: All submittals and copies shall be printed on at least thirty percent (30%) recycled-content and/or tree-free paper; All submittals must be in the required tabular format in a binder. Report covers / binders shall be recyclable, made from recycled materials, and/or easily removable to allow for recycling of report pages (reports with glued bindings that meet all other requirements are acceptable); The use of plastic covers or dividers should be avoided; and Unnecessary attachments or documents not specifically asked for should not be submitted, and superfluous use of paper should be avoided.

  • OMB Standards Unless specified otherwise within this agreement, the Subrecipient shall procure all materials, property, or services in accordance with the requirements of 24 CFR 84.40−48.

  • ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION STANDARDS CONTRACTOR shall be in compliance with the Clean Air Act (Title 42 USC Section 7401 et seq.), the Clean Water Act (Title 33 USC Section 1251 et seq.), Executive Order 11738 and Environmental Protection Agency, hereinafter referred to as “EPA,” regulations (Title 40 CFR), as any may now exist or be hereafter amended. Under these laws and regulations, CONTRACTOR assures that:

  • WORKLOAD STANDARDS One (1) Direct Service Hour (DSH) will be equal to sixty (60) minutes of direct services.

  • Professional Standards The Contractor agrees to maintain the professional standards applicable to its profession and to Contractors doing business in the United States Virgin Islands.

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