This release provides information on special considerations made for GCSE and A level assessments, in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, during the summer2016examseries. Specialconsideration is the process by which results are awarded for candidates who could not be present for part of the assessment, or where a mark adjustment is applied for candidates who were present but disadvantaged in some way when taking the assessment. Special
If a school or college has gone through the enquiries about results process and is dissatisfied with the outcome, it can make an appeal to the exam board. An appeal can be in relation to the grades of one or more candidates, if they are all thought to be affected by the same issue. Appeals are usually made about the results of assessments or in regard to the exam boards’ processes when a centre is not satisfied with the outcome of an Enquiry about a Result. Appeals can also be made in relation to an exam board’s decisions made about malpractice, or in regard to access arrangements and specialconsideration.
From 2011/12 to 2012/13, the number of A level unit entries remained fairly constant, but there was a sharp decrease of 15% in 2013/14 (from 7 million to 6 million). This decrease was due to the removal of the January examseries in England, reducing the opportunities for candidates to enter a unit in January and then resit it in June. The decrease continued in 2014/15 to nearly 6 million entries, and even more so for 2015/16 with 5 million entries (see figure 4 and table 3). This represents a 17% decrease on last year - the largest percentage decrease in the last 5 years. This decrease will be largely due to changes made to A level and AS qualifications which resulted in a decline in provisional entries for the reformed qualifications in 2016. The new A level and AS qualifications in England are separate 5 , meaning that AS
requirements that the exam boards it regulates have to meet. These conditions state that “An awarding organisation must have in place clear arrangements for SpecialConsideration to be given to Learners in relation to qualifications which it makes available.” Such arrangements are for a candidate who has temporarily experienced an illness or injury, or some other event outside his or her control, which has had, or is reasonably likely to have had, a material effect on his or her ability to take an assessment or demonstrate his or her level of attainment in an assessment.
Exam boards must also have procedures for making a qualification award by specialconsideration. This is where a candidate has covered the course but is unable, through temporary illness, injury or indisposition, to be present for part of the assessment and, therefore, to fulfil all the usual assessment requirements. A specialconsideration request applies to an individual assessment (a unit or
could end up paying twice for the renewable feature of the energy concerned. First, when consumers are mandated to pay extra money for renewables support, e.g. through the electricity bill or through dedicated support appropriations by the government paid for by general taxes and levies. Second, when consumers opt to consume green electricity products their suppliers may opt to pass on the costs of procuring and using the GO needed to their ‘green’ customers or spreading these costs out to all customers. By ‘socializing’ the costs of GO procurement, suppliers can offer ‘green’ products at the same price as ‘grey’ products. At the currently modest cost of GOs this seems affordable and may improve a supplier’s reputation among existing and potential customers of special renewable electricity products.
WEATHER in this area of Europe should be very similar to weather in the central U.S. All temperature ranges suggest average overnight lows and daytime highs. March and November trips range from low 50's to low 70's. It is a good idea to take a jacket or all-weather coat. Light/medium weight jackets, and sweaters that can be layered on and off as the day warms are better than one heavier weight jacket or coat. Temperatures may be cool this time of year. Naples day may be warmer. A folding travel umbrella is a good item to have on the trip.
If you wish to participate in an LSU sponsored international exchange program or the National Student Exchange, contact Academic Programs Abroad, 106 Hatcher Hall, 225/578-6801 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. LSU students participating in an academic year or semester exchange program cannot register for host university classes using myLSU. Instead, students must register for classes directly with the host university. Class registration for APA all summer and intersession study abroad programs is done through Academic Programs Abroad. All students participating in academic year, semester exchange programs, or summer abroad programs will receive complete class registration instructions from Academic Programs Abroad. A complete discussion of LSU programs abroad can be found at http://international.lsu.edu/APA/.
Take your game design to the next level by creating and animating your own character sprites, objects, and backgrounds. Start with a name, develop the character’s personality, signature moves, special powers, and a story line. Finish with a fully animated character to be used in future games. Students do not need any prior experience in game design, animation, or sketching. Student-created animations will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family.
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Registration and payment plans will be available November 16 through the payment due dates as listed on the RCBC website for the individual terms for Summer2016. Students enrolling after the payment due date for the term must pay in full or enter the payment plan by 8:00 pm that day. All payment plans are established at www.rcbc.edu; click on Business Office/Payments, then click on Payment Plan Options and follow the instructions. If you are registered for more than one term you must es- tablish a payment plan for each term. Terms cannot be combined. A $25.00 payment plan enrollment fee is charged to the student each semester. Payments will be withdrawn from the account that you used to establish your payment plan. Payment in full is also available online by credit card/debit card through your Web Advisor account at no charge. Payment by electronic check is available through the payment plan and costs $2.00 per payment. It is the student’s responsibility to report ALL class schedule changes to the Business Office so that your agreement can be adjusted (increased, decreased or terminated) if enrolled in the payment plan. If financial aid is disbursed to your account, only then you can contact the Business Office and termi- nate your agreement. Notification less then ten days prior to your payment withdrawal will not insure canceling the payment. All missed payment plan payments will incur a $30.00 missed payment fee as outlined in your agreement.
The section on current issues for students with dis- abilities follows a natural transition from legislation in the previous section to highlighting the Common Core State Standards (NGA, CCSSO, 2010), a national movement not levied by the federal government but by State Governors and Chief State School Officers. Santi and Reed then offer a succinct summary of key points in the chapters of this volume and how they can serve to help educators move forward to provide improved literacy instruction and intervention across content areas for students with disabilities. They also include research-supported instructional recommen- dations such as providing explicit content vocabulary instruction, teaching inference making, improving student metacognitive strategies, and supplementing background knowledge in new areas. Interestingly, in their section on computer-based texts, these authors cite research showing that reading-disabled students did not perform at a higher level when online re- sources were made available to them, concluding that this has more to do with being strategic readers than to their needing “non-traditional” texts and resources. This indicates that structured experiences provided by skilled teachers are still needed as well as research on the use of electronically delivered texts.
4W1 (May 23-June 17) M-F 08:30AM-10:50AM Keller,Joshua David This course offers students the chance to hone and develop their own creative writing in three primary genres: poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Students are encouraged to experiment with and explore their writing on subjects/topics of their choosing and are provided a vast variety of possible approaches to creative assignments. Students will develop a craft-vocabulary, or a “toolbox” of techniques that they apply to their own works and to the critique of peer work by participating in a variety of creative exercises, workshops, and discussions and reading across various traditions of short fiction and poetry. Students in this course will learn by doing: writing, workshopping, and revising their critical/creative works as they develop a consciousness of their own craft which in turn enriches both their poetics and close-reading skills. In taking this course, students develop a sense of themselves as artists and writers while also learning how to
Hanze UAS is part of the Healthy Ageing Network Northern Netherlands, which is the European reference network for active and healthy ageing. Thanks to national and international cooperation, the knowledge available and the efficient communication with the private sector, the north of the Netherlands is a logical trial area for innovations and new care concepts, which you will of course encounter during your time at the summer school. The programme offers you the unique opportunity to familiarise with an increasingly globalised world, digitalisation and its effects on health. The course focuses on trends in (digital) health (care) from a global perspective and explores the challenges that we, as health professionals, will face over the next 10 years. The summer school, with a view to the future, helps you to gain knowledge about prevention and self-management in health, which will be beneficial during your career.
The level of absorption of students to the lecture material Analysis of the Basic Education Curriculum is the effect of the implementation of blended learning in the curriculum. Blended learning can be utilized in the implementation of a higher quality curriculum and functional for students. High absorption material by the students indicated blended learning can be passed on, but when the absorption of the low student to indicate blended learning material needs to be revised or terminated depending on the shortcomings in the implementation of blended learning. For that we need also
Ohlone College is a member of the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium. Vocational training courses are offered in various areas including, but not limited to, the following: Correctional Officer, Law Enforcement Officer, Reserve Police Officer, Dispatcher, Fire Technology, Probation Officer, and Juvenile Hall Counselor. The consortium is funded by various colleges regionally to provide vocational specific training which may require special facilities, special training conditions, or is presented outside of the schedules of regular college classes. Students who would like a schedule of these classes or more information on specific programs may call (408) 270-6458. The application and registration process is completed at the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium located at 3095 Yerba Buena Road in San Jose. Although open to the public, the majority of these courses are intended to serve the already employed. Students who would like information about a career in any of these programs should call (408) 270-6458.
Daily Rate (with trip): $ 50 * Price for week 1 is $90 for A, $115 for B ** price for week 8 is $125 for A, $150 for option B ***In order to be eligible for week 8, you must register for at least one other week of the summer day camp program for a minimum of two days!