the communication of information to another individual or a group of individuals; may be written or oral.
Process of periodic transmission of information about emissions and emission compliance to control authorities or to internal management of the installation
The process of printing or displaying information contained in a database, often the last step in database management.
a process for communicating about student learning; preparing and presenting detailed accounts or statements about student learning. Grades are often used in reporting, but more recent trends in assessment have expanded reporting to include portfolio conferences, student self-assessment, exhibitions of mastery, narrative descriptions of learning, and developmental continua that show where studentsÕ current performance is in relation to common expectations.
choosing the best presentation styles to inform different audiences about the outcome of the investigation (e.g. deciding whether to use verbal or written reports or posters)
The means by which clear and meaningful information is provided to students, parents and the community about what students know and can do, along with advice about how they can improve.
Basis data collection to identify and classify a motor vehicle traffic accident and the persons, property and planned movements involved. Only strictly factual information is wanted, no opinions. Level 1 of traffic accident investigation.
Describing information in ways that can be verified through investigation.
To assess regulatory compliance at the national level it is necessary to gather, compile, synthesize and interpret a variety of data and information. Environment Canada's enforcement and program staff report on inspection and other data collected in the performance of their regular verification duties-including inspections and investigations.
For the purposes of this module reporting is a category of activities in which students organize and present information in a learning environment. Reporting activities are characterized by their purpose, directionality of information flow, and in some cases their placement in the course of study. Reporting activities usually have some degree of one-way information transmission. Finally, reporting activities usually occur at the end of the unit of study and are considered summative in nature.