The process of measuring the quality of an activity, service or organisation.
The process of having an assessor present at your game. You may request an assessment, or one may be assigned by the SDA or your ADA. Note - assessments are often done at tournaments. If you plan to attend a tournament with assessors present, please notify the tournament's referee coordinator that you would like to be assessed. An assessment provides feedback to the referee and to the MSRC indicating the competency of the official and recommending areas of performance for enhancement. The assessment serves the individual referee's development and together with the referee's own report provides input to the MSRC's instruction program to improve the performance of the referees across the state.
The process of acquiring qualitative or quantitative information.
"The process a woman undergoes following an abnormal mammogram, in order to obtain a definitive diagnosis. This usually takes the form of triple assessment." -- Clinical Standards for Breast Screening.
In his book, Classroom Assessment, (Airasian PW. Classroom assessment (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997), Airasian defines assessment as the "process of collecting, synthesizing, and interpreting information to aid decision-making". (see further, " Considerations for Selecting and Implementing Assessment Approaches/Instruments.")
Process used for improving quality Peer—feedback is given by a colleague or peer Real-time—feedback occurs at the same time as the process under study Self—feedback occurs from studying one's own process
The process of giving and receiving feedback about observed behaviors, using categories of survey items, rating scales and comments. An assessment can also be the compilation of a specific person's feedback.
The process of gathering information in order to make a decision about what actions should be taken.
The process of gathering, describing, or quantifying information about performance.
the first step in the nursing process; the collection and interpretation of clinical information.