Definitions for "ACHIEVEMENT"
An escutcheon or ensign armorial; now generally applied to the funeral shield commonly called hatchment.
A full display of armorial bearings.
the total composition of shield and all other associated parts.
The act of achieving or performing; an obtaining by exertion; successful performance; accomplishment; as, the achievement of his object.
A great or heroic deed; something accomplished by valor, boldness, or praiseworthy exertion; a feat.
Accomplishment of performance; the realization of potental.
progress against previous best. Success including areas not necessarily related to the National Curriculum e.g. social skills, team sport, music.
Achievement recognises individuals' strengths and progress and takes into account more than just academic results, including success in activities outwith school.
This does not necessarily mean the achievement of qualifications. It includes measurable improvement and progression in literacy, numeracy and for language skills in vocational, academic, social and personal contexts.
Keywords:  cub, wolf, tiger, scout, badge
The name given to a major requirement in the Cub Scout program. There are 12 Wolf and 24 Bear achievements. Beginning in Fall 2001, Tiger Cubs also have Achievements, leading to a new Tiger Cub Badge
What a student has learned as a result of formal instruction, usually in school.
What one has learned from formal instruction, usually in school.
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Keywords:  disgust, endeavor, birth, death
The death of endeavor and the birth of disgust.
The actual results of a media campaign, usually compared to planned/estimated objectives.
Actualized delivery of audience, ratings, etc. of a media campaign, usually compared to planned/estimated objectives.
Ability level of an examinee at a designated point
A goal which has been set and reached, e.g. a publication of which you are the author, a record of level of ability/qualification. As with any goal, an achievement should be measurable. ~ more information: Professional Development Plan
aforementioned analogous area average
EOne purpose of assessment is to provide employees an opportunity, to review and evaluate their achievements.
A measurement of what a person knows or can do after training.