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The candidates implemented technology-based assessment and instruction during a summer reading program for children who were striving readers.
02 requires the intelligence community to provide a technology-based assessment, known as the System Threat Assessment Report (STAR), delivered at Milestones B and C.
Posny will be responsible for building relationships with key state and federal education stakeholders to increase awareness of Renaissance Learning's technology-based assessment products.
6 billion Thomson Corporation, Thomson Prometric delivers 50,000 hours of computer-based testing every single day--an unparalleled capability that makes them the world's foremost provider of technology-based assessment services.
The Technology-Based Assessment (TBA) project is designed to explore the use of technology, especially the use of the computer, as a tool to enhance the quality and efficiency of educational assessments.
Exciting new technology-based assessment options offer greater convenience, increased accuracy, immediate feedback and higher reliability (Greenwood, 1994).
Technology-based assessment generally refers to the use of electronic systems and software to assess and evaluate the progress of individual children in educational settings.
Technology-based assessments will be critical to this and the project brings together key partners that can help PISA make this happen.