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Performance Standards

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The questions in this game will test your comprehension of performance standards. Good Luck!

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Created Date 07.03.17
Last Updated 07.10.17
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Topics of this game:
  • "The process of measuring a performance, project, or skill to provide feedback on specific criteria to improve future performance" is the definition of this term
  • "An instrument or process used to gather data about student learning is referred to as a(n)
  • "The list of measurable specifications used to determine mastery of a competency" defines this term
  • A written report is an example of a(n)
  • "Learner wears personal protective equipment in the lab at all times" is an example of a(n)
  • The assessment strategy and criteria below are well developed for the competency "Identify career opportunities in the field." Assessment Strategy: Oral Presentation Criteria: - presentation names the career title - presentation describes the job duties - presentation identifies salary range - presentation identifies position availability
  • The assessment strategy and criteria below are well developed for the competency "Explain the history of personal computers." Assessment Strategy: Written Report Criteria: - Report is a minimum of two pages - Report includes sufficient detail - Report is free of spelling, punctuation, & grammatical errors - Report is properly APA formatted
  • The assessment strategy and criteria below are well developed for the competency "Format a business document." Assessment Strategy: Written Exam Criteria: - you identify document components - you list types of formats - you identify formatting requirements - you identify errors