level descriptor

level descriptor

(dɪˈskrɪptə)
n
(Education) education Brit one of a set of criteria used to assess the performance of a pupil in a particular subject
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While there is often some difficulty about defining precisely what M-level means, the Middlesex University Level Descriptor for Master's level defines it in the following way:
Item # CEFR Level CEFR Level Descriptor Comments Descriptor 1 2 1 2 3
Each intermediate level descriptor value is mapped to an appropriate range of values of the corresponding low-level, arithmetic descriptor.
Appendices include: (1) Side-By-Side Tables of Achievement Level Descriptors for Grade-Level and Modified Assessments; (2) Achievement Level Descriptor Analysis Decision Rules; and (3) Procedures and Tools to Evaluate or Develop AA-MAS ALDs.
Prior to the beginning of the session, the entire group discussed performance level descriptors.
Global feature about color, texture, or high level descriptors such as Scale Invariant Feature Transform (SIFT) are generated from key-frames.
Appended are: (1) Progress Measures; (2) WIA Title II Enrollments and Performance; (3) CASAS Skill Level Descriptors for ABE and ASE; and (4) CASAS Skill Level Descriptors for ESL.
The activities provided can be modified to meet the requirements of particular year level descriptors and although the descriptors articulated here from the Australian Curriculum start at Year 4, the work needs to, and can be developed, from a much younger age.
However, the level descriptors for this age range from 1 - 8, and there's even an Exceptional Performance level, so achievement is in no way limited to these expectations.
STANDARDS AND PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS TO ENHANCE HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
The Renewed Framework does not seem to have considered SEN as the level descriptors begin at level 4.
An example of the use of level descriptors within a national context can be found in the MCEETYA Year 6 Science Literacy School Assessment materials (MCEETYA, 2007).