and author of several studies on value-added assessment.
What does VAA stand for?
VAA stands for Value-Added Assessment (education)
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- Veterans' Affairs Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center Clinics
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- Ventilation to Perfusion Ratio
- Value Analysis/Value Engineering
- ventricular/cisternal cysts and/or ventriculoatrial/peritoneal shunting
- Vaasa, Finland - Vaasa (Airport Code)
- Val d'Arros Adour (French soccer club)
- Value Added Activity
- Value Added Attribute (USGS - National Hydrologic Dataset NHD)
- Van Andel Arena (Michigan)
- Vehicle Assembly Area
- Vehicular Amplifier Adapters
- Verband Angestellter Akademiker (German: Academic Employee Association)
- Viatical Association of America
- Victoria Apartment Association (Victoria, TX)
- Viewer Adapter Assembly
- Virgin Atlantic Airways
- Virus Alerts and Advisories
- Visa Application Australia (immigration)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This research aims to separate out the influence of the teacher on student performance from other influences using statistical methods such as hierarchical linear modeling or the mixed model method developed by William Sanders called the Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System.
Delaware is building on its Vision 2015 blueprint, and Tennessee is focusing on its value-added assessment system.
Nichols, Founding the Future: A History of Truman State University is an eye-opening chronicle of the proud history of Truman State from its visionary founding over a hundred years ago to modern changes and transformations, such as the introduction of value-added assessment and student reactions.
The catalyst for this paradigm shift was the information management assessment test, which not only provided value-added assessment data, it also served as a public relations tool.
Margin of error Dale Ballou ("Sizing Up Test Scores," Forum, Summer 2002) sounds legitimate warnings about some potential problems associated with using value-added assessment as a way of evaluating schools and teachers.
Audit and review of the Tennessee value-added assessment system (TVAAS): Preliminary report (Technical Report, pp.