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summative assessment

A formal cumulative evaluation of a specialist trainee in the UK, which takes place at the end of a specified training period and determines whether the trainee has reached a standard of competency to proceed to the next level of training or can be awarded a CCT. Other sources of information may contribute to this decision (i.e. it may be modular).
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Use of Summative Evaluation. The final step in the evaluation process was the completion of the formal, written evaluation at the culmination of the preceptorship to be submitted to the nursing faculty.
The HRSDC-commissioned "Summative Evaluation of Employment Benefits and Support Measures under the Terms of the Canada/British Columbia Labour Market Development Agreement" (hereinafter the Summative Evaluation) examined the Skills Development Employment Benefit, Targeted Wage Subsidies, Self-Employment, Job-Creation Partnerships, Employment Assistance Services, and Labour Market Partnerships (HRSDC, 2004).
Distinguish between formative and summative evaluations.
Formative and summative evaluation instruments are offered as part of the instructor's manual.
A successful summative evaluation means that students may proceed to an oral presentation of the portfolio and, if deemed satisfactory, be admitted to candidacy for the doctoral degree.
And, given the requirement to submit work every three weeks, there is formative evaluation throughout the course if only because students receive summative evaluations every three weeks as they complete a project.
The steps under "summative evaluation" describe how to tell whether the program is effective.
Teachers use formative and summative evaluation in a systematic evaluation.
of a summative evaluation for instructional improvement.
In addition to discussing school-university supervisory partnerships, the text also offers suggestions for working with struggling teachers and provides info on observation and feedback, formative assessment, summative evaluation, and professional growth and development.
To put this in the form of two questions you could ask yourself: Are you utilizing data to conduct formative and summative evaluation in an ongoing, continuous way?
These implications were (a) improved communication among school counselors, (b) improved formative evaluation of career development interventions, (c) improved summative evaluation of career development interventions, and (d) improved research of career development interventions.