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    Guiding principle for assessment of student learning

    Evaluation should bebased on clearly stated objectives. An objective is defined as the statement of the expected behaviors that the student should display after instruction or teaching. These objectives serve as basis for constructing and using assessment instruments to assess students’ learning. The expected behaviors are somehow related to either of the following, but not […] More

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    The environment and an assessment of their suitability

    The analysis of the environment in which the business operates is very important. It is very crucial for the business to ensure survival, differentiation and competitive advantage. There are three levels in which the environment of the business can be broken which are as follows: The Macro environment The model that is most commonly used […] More

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    Facilitating Learning and Assessment in Registered Nurse Practice

    In this portfolio I intend to expose the requirement of PP0127 of the process of facilitating learning and develop the skills of assessment as a registered nurse in the clinical practice. Mentoring is a development skill that offers a chance to deliver skill and knowledge by educating new students without any expectations and fears as […] More

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    Understanding the principles and practices of assessment

    Understand the principles and requirements of assessment 1.Explain the functions of assessment in learning and development. 2.Define the key concept and principles of assessment. 3.Explain the responsibilities of the assessor. 4.Identify the regulations. Compare the strengths and limitations of arrange of assessment methods with reference to the needs of individual learners. 5.Compare the strengths and […] More

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    RISK ASSESSMENT on the Department of the Army IT Systems

    1.Introduction 1.1 Purpose This risk assessment was to identify threats and vulnerabilities related to the Department of the Army (DoA) Information Technology (IT) systems. It will be utilized to identify vulnerabilities in the Computer Network Defense (CND) Capabilities and mitigation plans related to DoA’s IT systems. It was realized that this was a potential high-risk […] More

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    Assessment Criteria Questions

    1 1.1 Explain how and why person-centred values must influence all aspects of health and social care work. Answer Person-centred care values must influence all aspects of health and social care work. Health and social care should be based on person-centred values, and should be individualised as this is a law requirement (Human Rights Act […] More

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    The assessment cycle

    The assessment cycle is the on-going process of assessment. Each stage involves initial assessment, assessment planning, assessment activity, assessment decision, feedback and progress review. Initial assessment will take place to gather sufficient information about the learner’s current level of competence. This will establish a starting point so that the learner can see how much he […] More

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    Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment

    1. Explain the functions of assessment in learning and development The function of assessment in learning and development is primarily to provide a measure of the students progress. Assessment is carried out through formative (checks throughout the course), passive (to test against previous marks), and/ or summative (at end of course) activities to help the […] More

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    Family assessment paper

    Family Assessment Paper 2382 Instructor Introduction The family just recently moved to my neighborhood and we casually said hi to each other. I went to their house and introduced myself and informed them of my intentions. I explained to the family that I was going to perform a family assessment and that this was about […] More

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    Theory Assessment

    1 Explain how to create assessment opportunities that meet the needs of learners Assessment is a process of measuring the knowledge, skills and attitudes of students. This helps to monitor the learner’s progress in and understanding of a subject. Assessment should be planned. An assessment plan should address the variety of student learning styles and […] More

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    Understand the principles and practices of assessment

    Explain the function of assessment in learning and development At the induction the assessor must introduce herself to the learners and ensure that the learners knows what course they are enrolled on. The assessor must explain the course requirements and explain the units to the learners and support them in choosing the units. The assessor […] More

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    Conducting an Organizational Assessment

    The success of an organization depends heavily on its structure, strategies, and culture. In this assignment, you will develop an understanding of the importance of these elements in the success/failure of an enterprise. This assignment is the first of the two LASA assignments you will complete in this course. Using the Argosy University online library […] More

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    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for each age group. List two potential problems that a nurse may discover in an assessment of each age group. If a toddler is sick they will say they are sick. Health management is dependent on the parent. Washing hands and brushing their teeth are basic […] More

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    Cultural assessment

    A consideration of culture is essential in the process of the interview, case formulation, diagnosis, and treatment of culturally diverse indi­viduals. The evaluation of these individuals raises many issues that clinicians need to address to formulate an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan that will be acceptable to the patient. A consideration of culture is essential […] More

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    Spiritual Need Assessment

    Spirituality plays a vital role in every person’s life, especially during times of sickness. Spirituality is very personal. Peoples’ faith and religious beliefs aid them in handling stressful situations. Some of the positive impacts of spirituality are better coping skills, reduced anxiety, and the alleviation of the fear of death, and the promotion of relaxation […] More

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    Security Assessment

    Directions: Choose one of the Facts for Consideration sections from Ch. 3 of the text and list the page number for the section you chose. Then, complete the following table. List five threats appropriate to the environment from the section you chose. Rate the risk for each threat from 0 (low) to 10 (high). Then, […] More

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    Community Health Assessment

    Riverside County is a vast geographical area in Southern California with a diverse population. It represents a melding area of different cultures, ideals and median income, resulting in a community full of variety. Geographically, Riverside County covers 7200 sq. stretches eastward from the Orange County border of Southern California to the border of Arizona. There […] More

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    Support Assessment For Learning

    1. Understand the purpose and characteristics of assessment for learning. 1.1. Compare and contrast the roles of the teacher and the learning support practitioner in the assessment of learners’ achievements. The Teachers Role: Planning On-going assessment Effective marking and feedback Assessment as an end of Key Stage process Record and evidence Reporting to parents and […] More

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    Individual Health Assessment

    Client/Patient Initials: DN| Sex: M| Age: 66 | Occupation of Client/Patient: Retired| Health History/Review of Systems(Complete and systematic review of systems)| Neurological System (headaches, head injuries, dizziness, convulsions, tremors, weakness, numbness, tingling, difficulty speaking, difficulty swallowing, etc., medications):No complaints of headaches, no past head injuries, no complaints of dizziness, no history of convulsion, tremors or […] More

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    A Written Assessment for work in the nursing profession

    Question 1: Explain the ‘health’ and ‘wellness’. Health is the ability of an individual to function well physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually to be able to demonstrate the full range of one’s “unique potentialities within the environment in which one is living” (Farlex, 2013). Our Health can be affected by the way we deal with […] More

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    Principles of assessment in lifelong learning

    1.1Explain the types of assessment used in lifelong learning. (150 words approx.) Initial/diagnostic assessment can be taken before learner’s enrollment for a course. This is a way of finding out whether the prospective course is suitable for a student and meets the learner’s needs or not. Formative assessment can be taken during the programme or […] More

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    Heritage assessment

    Kizlik [2014] argues that the purpose of a learning objective is to communicate, and that a well-constructed behavioral learning objective should have little room for doubt about what is intended. Health professionals in designing educational programs to engage both patients as well as families, should be able to taper the task or objective to the […] More

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    Ethical Use of Assessment

    Abstract In this report Julia has selected an assessment instrument that will be used in the mental health counseling field area of professional practice, the Beck Depression Inventory-II. Reviews of the assessment will be read to ensure that the assessment measures what it purports to measure and that the article reviews will also establish an […] More

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    Childrens’ Functional Health Assessment

    Short Answer Questions Address the following based on the above assessment findings. Expected answers will be 1-2 paragraphs in length. Cite and reference outside sources used. 1) Compare and contrast identified similarities as well as differences in expected assessment across the childhood age groups. As a child moves from being a toddler through preschool to […] More

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    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    The U.S. health care delivery system has gone through enormous and transformational changes in the past two decades. The traditional hospital-centered health care delivery is no longer able to support the expanded demands of health care services, especially outside hospitals. In the same token, the traditional role of a nurse as bedside direct caregiver is […] More

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    Self Assessment

    Overall, I feel that I have not done up to my expectations over the course of the two presentations. Comparatively, these are the areas that have improved/worsened: Engagement with Audience I feel that I had improved marginally by not referring to my phone (which happens to be my script) as often, but however, I was […] More

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    Planning Assessment

    3.1 SUMMARISE KEY FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN PLANNING ASSESSMENT When planning assessment you need to gauge a clear idea of what level the candidate is at to see if they are ready to complete your planned assessment. There are many ways of achieving this knowledge. One method is observation in performance or another by taking […] More

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    History Controlled Assessment

    Controlled Assessment Before 1914, some women were discriminated against and were seen as second class citizens. The ideal job for the working class women were found in and around the home, which was greatly related to domestic jobs. They were known as “domestic servants” as they had to do all of the house chores and […] More

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    Family Health Assessment

    Introduction Family is considered the natural and fundamental unit of the society. The family members make up the family as a structure. Family includes members of different age group from newborns to elders. The family’s activities and reactions influence the patterns of the family as a whole (Edelman, Kudzma, & Mandle 2014, p.2014). The ultimate […] More

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    Assessment Worksheet

    1. Define two options you would enable in a Windows Domain name password plan. Minimum password size as well as password intricacy demands 2. Is there a setup in your GPO to specify the number of logon efforts will lock out an account? Name 2 parameters that you can set to enhance the gain access […] More

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