(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.
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.
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.)
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.)
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)
In opposition to mutations, modifications are included in the band width of the genome of an individual creature. Modifications are dependent on the plentifulness of the substrate, light, warmths, stress, training, and so on.
A modification is anything added or altered to the car that is not fitted as standard by the manufacturer. Examples of modifications include: alloy wheels, spoilers, sports exhaust, lowered suspension.