Standards for evaluation; qualities that can be applied to a wide range of specific behaviors or events. Examples: fun, exciting, inexpensive, interesting, high-quality, bold, practical, new, etc.
The conceptual standards that form the basis for WHPA delineation to include distance, groundwater time of travel, aquifer boundaries, and groundwater divides.
A statement that provides objectives, guideline procedure s, and standards that are to be used to execute the development, design, and/or implementation portions of a project. [D00439] PMK87
The numeric values and the narrative standards that represent contaminant concentrations that are not to be exceeded in the receiving environmental media (surface water, ground water, sediment) to protect beneficial uses.
(Value) The standard by which something is evaluated.
What you measure a result against, a standard.
The minimum requirements that must be met. Synonyms can include requirements, expectations, standards, specifications, conditions, and prerequisites.
what standards you would expect; what questions you would expect to be answered
ideas that are used to judge what you do
A standard or standards for judging how well or to what degree something has been learned. See Standards of Scholarship.
Standards by which a parish can measure itself to help clarify its vitality.
A set of clinical or biologic standards or conditions that must be met.
the key characteristics or qualities of fine work. They are used in rubrics and scoring guides to describe or as the basis for making informed judgments about the quality of student responses, products and performances. Other terms that are sometimes used are dimensions or traits.
standards set by the National Park Service by which it determines the eligibility of a resource for the National Register of Historic Places. The Board of Museums and History have adopted similar standards to evaluate properties for listing in the State Register of Historic Places.
a completely separate matter
a standard on which a judgment or decision may be based
The lender's standard terms and conditions for acceptable loan applications. These vary from mortgage to mortgage.
the values and standards used as the basis for decisions.
These are the standard terms and conditions of a lender.
The standards, measures, or expectations used in making an evaluation and/or verification (what should exist).
Standards, requirements, or rules that define acceptable practices.
the standards by which something may be judged.
In research, the standards or guidelines used to make decisions about information usage.
Compare? Descriptive factors taken into account by EPA in setting standards for pollutants. For example, water quality criteria describe the concentration of pollutants that most fish can be exposed to for an hour without showing acute effects.
the features which will be used to judge between competing design alternatives. Product, System, or Process Definition Provide a definitive proposal statement that unambiguously describes the major features of the product, system or process that is envisaged. (Provide extreme clarity here, using a proposal statement of the form "We propose to design and build.") Define the external features of the product, system or process that are reflected in your design. In addition, discuss or list the following
the standards and limits judged to be right for a product.
requirements set by each state that a provider must meet for state approval.Â At a minimum, a program must demonstrate in its state application that it: Has a demonstrated track record of raising student achievement in academic subjects such as reading and math. Offers high-quality, research-based instruction that is focused on improving student academic achievement. Offers services that are in line with state standards. Is financially sound. Complies with Federal, state, and local health, safety, and civil rights laws.
The values or standards a person uses to make decisions and judgments.
Non-overlapping areas of quality
Descriptive factors taken into account by the Environmental Protection Agency in setting standards for various pollutants. These factors are used to determine limits on allowable concentration levels, and to limit the number of violations per year. When issued by EPA, the criteria provide guidance to the states on how to establish their standards.
Standards for accreditation or certification of an institution or program. These involve expectations about quality, effectiveness, financial viability, compliance with national (U.S.: state and federal) rules and regulations, outcomes, and sustainability (see standards). In the U.K., "criteria" refers to standards for degree-awarding powers and the title "university."
overall requirements to meet the standard (III A)
The standards and benchmarks used to measure and present the subject matter and against which the IS auditor evaluates the subject matter. Criteria should be: Objective—free from bias Measurable—provide for consistent measurement Complete—include all relevant factors to reach a conclusion Relevant—relate to the subject matter
Standards or measures of value that people use to evaluate what is most important.
As used in the Clean Air Act, information on adverse effects of air pollutants on human health or the environment at various concentrations. The information is collected pursuant to section 108 of the Clean Air Act and used to set national ambient air quality standards.
A standard rule or test on which a judgement or decision can be based; a specific, detailed explanation of how the observer will know when the student has achieved the objective; the expected level of achievement.
Attributes or rules that serve as the basis for evaluation, definition or classification of something; evaluation standards.
the defined standards and values of an individual when measuring what is important to them.
general standards by which the significance of a historic property is judged; see National Register criteria.
A standard on which a decision or judgement may be based; for example, acceptance criteria to determine whether or not to accept a system.
Standards, rules, or tests on which a judgment or decision may be based.
The qualities contained in a piece of excellent student work: What counts on a rubric.
Qualitative factors that are used to judge the level of performance. Critical Thinking: The ability to reason, to use logic, to analyze or synthesize information.
The third part of a performance-based objective which describes the standards which will be used to measure the accomplishment of the objective.
a standard, rule, or test by which something can be judged; a measure of value.
Criteria are standards that must be met in order for a child to qualify to receive special provision.
standards or rules on which a judgment or decision is made
Standards, based on the analysis of scientific data, that provide guidelines for the appropriate use of water.
A standard, rule or test against which something can be measured or judged.
Guidelines, rules, characteristics, or dimensions that are used to judge the quality of student performance. Criteria indicate what we value in student responses, products or performances. They may be holistic, analytic, general, or specific. Scoring rubrics are based on criteria and define what the criteria mean and how they are used.
Statements of standards used by gate-keepers at each gate and related to all organizational functions. The criteria necessary to achieve or surpass for product development projects to continue in development. In the aggregate, these criteria reflect a business unit's new product strategy. See: Design Criteria.