Knowing that our instruction needed
to be driven by assessment, as emphasized throughout all of the coursework in my Master's program, Lois and I shared the task of administrating the San Diego Quick (SDQ) assessment (Ekwall & Shanker, 2001) and the Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA) (Beaver, 1998) to help establish students' reading levels.
This victory, though, wasn't all that Dorrell needed
Generally, the context and the initial consonant sound of the unknown word gives the needed
information for word identification.
Also, internal audit needs sufficient resources to conduct a systematic and timely review of the risks and controls needed
to provide assurance to top organizational levels.
That is, it should specify what is needed
from a user's perspective rather than specify any one technology.
Buttenfield sees numerous differences between evaluation procedures used for physical libraries and the procedures needed
to evaluate digital libraries.
Traditionally, it has been the task of the water resource professionals to apply techniques of systems analysis to this type of maldistribution problem and to identify ways to overcome the maldistribution of water and to mitigate, correct, and provide the resource on an as needed
Improved and more rapid diagnostic methods, new and better drugs for treatment or prophylaxis, and new vaccines, especially against anthrax and smallpox, are needed
I acquired many of the skills I needed
to survive as an industry CPA through training programs that didn't count toward my CPE qualifications.
It ranges from the individual independently making all decisions and managing services directly to an individual using a representative to manage needed
Thus, whereas ordinarily the information needed
to complete and application record might readily be obtained from an institution, the process in a contested application is more formal and time-consuming.
Staff training needs have been addressed by identifying competencies needed
by direct service personnel (Cohen, Patton, & Melia, 1985; Parent, Hill, 1990; Renzaglia & Everson, 1990) and by program managers (Brooke, Sale & Moon, in press).