(1) A written amendment of the contract documents signed by both parties. (2) A change order. (c) A written clarification or interpretation issued by the engineer in accordance with the terms of the contract. (d) A written order for a minor change or alteration in the work issued by the engineer pursuant to the terms of the contract. A modification may only be issued after execution of the agreement.
are changes to parts of an organism so that they function differently. Arms may be modified to wings, or posture may be modified from horizontal to upright. See Also: Augmentation, Embellishment, Replacement.
Recommended actions or changes for improving student learning, service delivery, etc. that respond to the respective measurement evaluation.
changes in content or standards, which involves adjustments to content and tasks rather than instructional delivery (i.e., substitution of study of culture for a language requirement).
Changes that can be made in what a student is expected to learn. These changes may include changes to content, requirements, and expected level of mastery. Modifications may include partial completion of course or program requirements, expectations substantially below grade level, alternate curriculum goals, or use of alternate assessments. For more information, go to the Modifications section of this website.
Adjustments to support student success.
Changes in the general education program to accommodate students with special needs; may include changes in instructional content, performance criteria, test formats, assessments, etc.
see Production Changes
A strategy for impacting learning by changing the presentation of material (e.g. reading material to a child instead of having them read it themselves), aspects of the environment (e.g. going to different room or using a reading carrel), or time demands (e.g. increasing allowed time or segmenting the test/assignment into periods). (See also Accommodations.)
adaptations made in the course content, changes to the foundational objectives
Any written change to a sponsored project agreement (e.g., no-cost extensions, adding time and money, rebudgeting of funds among categories, change in the scope of work, change of principal investigator, etc.)
Are changes made to the content and performance expectations for students.
Changes that need to be made to an item.
These are changes made to the car beyond the manufacturer's specification You will have to pay extra premium in most cases
Substantial changes in what a student is expected to learn and demonstrate in school and should be considered only after all types of accommodations have been exhausted.
Entities altered or reworked to incorporate design changes
Substantial changes in what the student is expected to demonstrate; includes changes in instructional level, content, and performance criteria, may include changes in test form or format; includes alternate assessments.
Substantial changes in what a student is expected to learn and to demonstrate. Changes may be made in the instructional level, the content or the performance criteria. Such changes are made to provide a student with meaningful and productive learning experiences, environments, and assessments based on individual needs and abilities. (A.C.R. R7-2-401)
Modifications are changes in a programme of study, attainment target, assessment or any other component of the curriculum in order to give a child better access to that area of the curriculum.
Significant changes in the content and/or performance criteria, instructional level or format.
Changes made to the learning expectations that have been outlined in the curriculum documents
Modifications are adaptations to a task that change what is assessed and alter the difficulty level of the math- or reading-related components.