Time and place of the study .This study is intended to modernize the course of action in the said evaluation process.Objective of the study .This study will also be useful for other people specially those who are involved in the same line of expertise or those who are facing the same problem to develop their own or an innovation of this study.The importance of this study is to provide this university and its student body as the beneficiaries with a fast, efficient and reliable process of doing an evaluation for the faculty members of this institution.
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This chapter is divided into five parts: (1) Background and Theoretical Framework of the Study, (2) Statement of the Problem and the Hypothesis, (3) Significance of the Study, (4) Definition of Terms, and (5) Delimitation of the Study.Part Two, Reliability of the Evaluation Instrument, shows the details that point out to the reliability of the evaluation instrument.Part Four, Recommendations, offers some suggestions in the light of the findings, conclusions, and implications advanced in the study.The participants of the study were the 100 selected customers in different restaurants both in Iloilo City and Roxas City.Part Three, Implications, explains the relationships of the findings of the present study to the theories presented.
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Hence the university established a Faculty Evaluation System upgraded into using the Faculty Evaluation System(FES) developed to be used by every campus throughout Cagayan State University.Using a question on teacher effectiveness, the study found no significant difference between the methods.OBJETIVES OF THE STUDY The Teacher Evaluation System aims to automate the current system being used by the institution.According to Trochism (2006) evaluation is the systematic assessment of the worth or merit of some object and as defined by Hall (2012), evaluation is the processor systematically assessing.But then, due to its fast accessibility for students and professors, still we find some questionable things about the current system that the un...
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Davis et al (2004) has conducted a well-controlled evaluation study that showed that the culturally appropriate health education resources were well accepted and the use of the traditional artworks provides a viable method for Aboriginal health promotion.These reasons are similar with the findings in an evaluation study by Ivers et al (2003).The study used pre and post study to assess the program’s impacts, and a one year follow up.An evaluation study on mass campaign was conducted by Ivers et al (2006) in six Aboriginal communities.In the study by Mark et al (2004), the program itself was not very successful in reducing smoking rates, but the evaluation study also had some methodological limitations.
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Further, in-depth qualitative study on teachers’ attitude towards CCE and its effect on effective implementation are essential to unveil the truth.(1998): Impact of SOPT Training Programme on the Classroom Practices of Teachers – A Study in Southern States, RIE (NCERT), Mysore.A DPEP Research Study in Tamil Nadu, RIE, Mysore.Similarly, in the study of Thangamani (1989) teachers showed positive attitude towards oral examination as a diagnostic device, this also comes under the purview of present CCE but it was not launched at that time.Continuous and comprehensive evaluation, shift in learner evaluation; A synthesis of case studies.
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The references throughout the study range from 1984 to 2000 and utilize journals, newspaper writings, textbooks, psychologist, and educational specialists.There is an assumption of the study that is consistent with the study quantitative approach.The variables are labeled in this study as independent variable (classroom structure) and the dependent variable (student achievement goal orientation).A good purpose statement for this study could be: The purpose of this study is to describe how classroom structure is influenced by student achievement goal orientation in mathematics for students in elementary school.As I viewed the study I do not feel as the study followed the APA format.
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The tool used for the study is the questionnaire developed by Giangreco, Antonio, Sebastiano, Antonio and Peccei, Riccardo (2009) in their study ‘Trainees’ reactions to training: an analysis of the factors affecting overall satisfaction with training’.The major objective of the study as stated above is to understand the overall training effectiveness and its relationship with that of PET, PUT & PTP.Demographic variables such as gender, age, years of work experience were also considered for the study.The present study has thrown light into the training effectiveness in banks, based upon the trainees’ reaction.It is assumed that the reasons for overall training satisfaction are factors other than training effectiveness, which could be ...
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This study made use of the experimental research method.This study determined the physico-chemical properties of developed squash-flavored mayonnaise in terms of titrable acidity, pH, viscosity and proximate analysis such as crude protein, crude fat, ash content and moisture content.Specifically, the study sought answers to the following questions: 1.Moreover, the total production cost of the product was also included in the study.This study focused on the development of squash-flavored mayonnaise formulations and determined their physico-chemical properties and acceptability.
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* To identify the benefits of student evaluation system.The following are the objectives of the study: .* The study will be implemented with the help of Microsoft Access 2010 as the database, * The study covers the ability to receive and retrieve data’s and information about a certain student.* To design and develop a student evaluation system.The proponents focused on the application and portability of student evaluation system that would lead to a new era of comfortness.
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The Snyder Evaluation Model is an evaluation process regarded as a systems-based and participative approach involving participants as co-evaluators.In this model a three-stage process of evaluation is incorporated such as process, outcome, and a short-cycle evaluation.Furthermore, short cycle evaluation develops a self-improving project, such as: identifying evaluation criteria; identify assessment information; distinguish sources of information; create information systems; assess process and outcome evaluations; and generate review mechanisms.The first phase of Snyder evaluation is process evaluation.The outcome evaluation also can demonstrate the effectiveness of the process evaluation, receive ongoing feedback and monitoring.
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The study was carried over by collecting the patient demographic details, antibiotic information, microbial culture sensitivity test .The present study showed the process of interpretation of results.performed a 15 months prospective cross-sectional study in Gulbarga titled “ drug utilization study in a trauma care unit of a tertiary care hospital “ and it was published in journal of clinical and diagnostic research in 2010.Prakash katakam , Abdul baset A. Elfituri, Zaidoon H. Ramadoan , Osama g. Abadi performed a cross- sectional retrospective study for a period of 15 months in Libya titled “ A retrospective study on antibiotic use in different clinical departments of a teaching hospital in zawiya , Libya” and it was published in Ibnosi...
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A very interesting finding of the study is that, women use country of origin as a quality cue than men in terms of evaluating food quality and food safety.However, a still unsolved issue in the study of country of origin is whether the country of origin effect is the major cues for Malaysian consumers to evaluate medicated liquor quality and buying intention.A study conduct by Quester et al.His study shows that computer expert or highly computer science knowledgeable consumers were found to use a country hierarchy but placed a greater importance on brand name and quality.Their study had argued that country of origin is having significant influence on brand loyalty and brand awareness/associations, which mean country of origin plays an im...
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A very interesting finding of the study is that, women use country of origin as a quality cue than men in terms of evaluating food quality and food safety.A study conduct by Quester et al.However, a still unsolved issue in the study of country of origin is whether the country of origin effect is the major cues for Malaysian consumers to evaluate medicated liquor quality and buying intention.Furthermore, the study found that consumers with low incomes tend to use country of origin more extensively than consumers with high incomes.Their study had argued that country of origin is having significant influence on brand loyalty and brand awareness/associations, which mean country of origin plays an important role in Malaysian consumers’ purcha...
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The evaluation checklist used in this study was developed to examine students’ critical thinking as well as their knowledge and skills in proper nursing care and validated by expert panels.We suggest that three domains and contents of a scenario developed in this study are more suitable to improve students’ clinical performance.This study is a methodological study to evaluate students’ performance according to developing and applying of simulation scenario for patients with asthma in emergency units.In this study, theoretical class and orientation about simulation situation was given before simulation practice to find more effective nursing intervention.So, the contents of scenario in this study was focused to achieve clinical performanc...
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I certify that I have read Sections 1 through 5 of INSTRUCTIONS and TERMS & CONDITIONS of Academic Evaluation as posted above and/or under Services: Academic Evaluation and agree to the terms stated herein.California Board of Accountancy/CPA Exam-Course Report Suitable for: Professional Certification (CPA) with California State Board of Accountancy ONLY identifies and describes each transcript, grade report, examination record, marks sheet, certificate, diploma, or degree submitted for evaluation identifies the institution(s) attended and location(s) provides profile(s) on the institution(s) and programs(s) (institution status, entrance criteria, length of study) recommends the U.S. educational equivalent of each level of stu...
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The present study attempted to investigate the effects of the Attentive Audience on the performance of a complex word task via the analysis of the two opposing theoretical constructs, Zajonc’s (1965) Drive Theory and Cottrell’s (1972) Evaluation Apprehension Model.The aim of this study was to fundamentally challenge Zajonc’s theory of Mere Presence.Participants in this study indicated concerns about the time allocation.In this study the individual’s level of attention, disabilities, culture and language as is evident in our sample, as well as Collier, Seidel and Stasser (1998) and Guerin (2001).All volunteered to participate in this study.
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The next stage will be analyzing the system and formulating the design of the study.The study made by Lindsay Bertugli (2009) helps the researchers to provide information related to their study.This chapter contains the project design, project development, operation and testing procedures and evaluation procedures that will employ for the conduct of the study.The Project Development Flowchart of the Study .If the study is okay, the researchers will proceed for further research and start consulting IT professionals because if not, they will start to formulate ideas again.
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Quantifiable evaluation criteria plays an important part in the performance evaluation, but it is difficult to use quantitative performance criteria in some projects or government activities, especially in cross-section comparison performance.Second, in some sectors, performance evaluation is not well combined with department’s mission and strategic objectives.Third, performance evaluation standards remain to be further quantified.First, organizations and individual performance evaluation are difficult to be organically combined.(3)U.S. government performance evaluation borrows multidisciplinary study theory, and interdisciplinary research methods affect each.
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The “negative answers” and “positive answers” axis shows the relationship between the factors or attributes and the global evaluation of the neighbourhood when the attribute is absent (NA) or present (PA) respectively The principal advantage of this model in comparison to the original one is that it avoids bias in user response as users are not forced to explicitly define the relation between the presence or absence of an attribute on the global evaluation.A previous pilot study showed that an interviewee could reply to a maximum of three questionnaires before losing interest, therefore each subject evaluated only three neighbourhoods.The study followed the process established by Schütt, Eklund, Axelsson and Nagamachi, (2004) to obtain t...
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This method is used to gather information about the present study.This study used to descriptive method of research since it will be useful in the conduct of the study until its final completion.It also covers the research design stages of the proposed project used in order to complete the project study.Based on the findings of the study the researchers conclude that: 5.Until recently, the common functions of a student records system are to support the maintenance of personal and study information relating to: * Handling inquiries from prospective students .
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Read the following article to learn what habits to avoid in order to have a successful college career.This archive file includes HCS 465 Week 4 Evaluating Research Process .Health Care – General Health Care .Explain the research process and what you can assume from the study from the following perspective… .Do you have enough information to make a decision on the effectiveness of the study?
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It was also decided to conduct the present study in golf as when reading commentary and watching interviews from professional golfers for example, in the Ryder Cup they always seem to mention 1st tee nerves and the effects of a crowd.The study has also been criticised for using peers in the audience condition.As the study is a deductive study it will aim to test a formulated experimental hypothesis based on knowledge of previous theories and studies (Karami, 2007).So in relation to Graydon & Murphy’s (1995) study, again it could be questionable to whether personality was the real cause of facilitation.The validity and reliability of the study has also been in question due to a small sample size.
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Therefore, this study will introduce a new perspective for the evaluation of internal audit effectiveness by identifying two group of factors that impact on audit effectiveness, that is, those related to SPPIA (independence, competencies, scope of work and work performance) and those related to management support (salaries and material and moral incentives).The study seeks to determine EIA based on six factors independence, competence, scope of work, work performance, salaries and material and moral incentives.Prior research has employed institutional theory to study IA (Al-Twaijry, Brierley & Gwilliam 2003; Arena, Arnaboldi & Azzone 2006; Mihret, D. G., James & Mula 2009b; Mihret, D. G., Mula & James 2009d).Following is ...
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However, like all evaluation results, justification and methodology of the study should be provided, as well as any supporting information (i. e. , copies of instruments and guides used in the study).The Art of Case Study Research.Case Study Evaluations.Information on Case Study Research Adamchak, S. , et.Facility, Project Staff Mystery client interviews Monitoring visits Facilities Facilities, Peers Facility staff, Project Staff PATHFINDER INTERNATIONAL: WRITING A CASE STUDY 9 3.
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Changing the tolerance level and giving more leeway for the digital evaluation method could compensate for this difference.Within the limitations of this study it can be concluded that the E4D Compare Software provides consistent grades even when different scanners are used and correlates well with visual scores.This study aimed to evaluate potential discrepancies in evaluation using the E4D Compare software based on four different NEVO scanners in dental anatomy projects.The study was determined to be a non-human subject research project by the Institutional Review Board of the University of Iowa.The maxillary left central incisor (#9) was used for the evaluation of this study.
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According to LeClair (1988), the results of this study indicated that treating DUI offenders in alcohol rehabilitation facilities could be an effective means by which to prevent drunk driving rather than incarcerating them in state prisons.In that case, LeClair (1988) used the Agency Records and Content Analysis in the study of records as the units of analysis.This study is generalizable to other programs in the state of Massachusetts.What did this study determine and why is it important to correctional policy and practice?There are many implications that were implied in the results of this study.
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Overall, the design of the study does prove to be relevant to the aims of the project.Finally, the results clearly answer the first objective of the study by proving that R.P.A.s can perform and interpret exams with a high accuracy rate.The quality of the study would have been improved had the evaluating radiologist been blinded to who had interpreted the exams.The literature review begins by vaguely clarifying that one objective of the study was to evaluate R.P.A.s competency in interpreting images and performing different procedures.Though the introduction is interesting and does justify the need to evaluate R.P.A.s contribution to solving this problem, it does not clearly state the objectives of the current study.
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Available evidence represent that making rounds is appropriate, safe, and useful for practice and has positive impact to decrease rate of falls and increase patient satisfaction.Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of hourly rounding on fall rates and patient satisfaction in patients.Patients who had frequent admission to the hospital noted the difference after implementation of hourly rounding .They perceived the nursing staff to be more attentive.Decreasing patients fall and increasing patient satisfaction are important goal in any organizations .In this study hourly rounding has improved patient satisfaction and decreased rate of falls in patients significantly, however higher quality study designs are needed...
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Manonson from Eastern Mindoro College (1989) the result states that “It is important that administrators try hard to find ways to enhance the development of positive job attitude; to think of building teachers’ strength rather than try to overcome their weaknesses, to provide them with opportunities in which they experience success through challenging tasks suited to their capabilities or those in which they are interested, and to be sincere in the commendation they give for work well done” On the study of Ma.The Search for Great Teachers began in earnest in 1896 with the report of a study conducted by H.E.At the beginning of the twenty-first century, teacher evaluation appears to be entering a new phase of disequilibrium; that is, a tra...
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Introduction: presents a background to the study, the motivations for embarking on the proposed study as well as the purpose of the study are also presented.Firstly, the study aims to examine the extent to which departments apply the Government-wide Policy Framework on Monitoring and Evaluation which was published by government in 2007; this is an overarching policy framework that ushers a new culture on monitoring and evaluation and is predicated on a RBM approach (The Presidency 2007:1).Government reports, covering framework and performance documents, are also used in this study to present the side of government.Content analysis approach and memo writing approach are utilised to analyse and interpret the findings of the study.This is a...
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