IA

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AcronymDefinition
IAIowa (US postal abbreviation)
IAInternet Archive
IAInteractive
IAInformation Assurance
IAInformation Architecture
IAInternational Airport
IAIntel Architecture
IAImpact Assessment
IAIn and Around
IAInternational Affairs
IAInternet Access
IAInternational Academy
IAIndustrial Automation (Star Wars, company who made R2-D2)
IAInternal Affairs
IAInvestment Advisor
IAIndividual Assistance (US DHS/FEMA)
IAInter Alia (Latin: among other things)
IAInternal Audit
IAIrrigation Association
IAItalian American
IAImpact Analysis
IAImmediate Action (Military)
IAInternational Agreement
IAIntangible Assets
IAInspection Académique (France)
IAInternet Appliance
IAInspection Authorization
IAIndividual Account
IAInter-Agency
IAIllegal alien
IAInitial Assessment
IAInstruction and Assessment
IAIntelligent Agent
IAImplementation Agreement
IAIndian Airlines
IAIndependent Agencies
IAImmunoassay
IAInstitutional Advancement (various schools)
IAIntelligence Artificielle (French)
IAInvestment Analysis
IAIsaac Asimov (author)
IAIdentification and Authentication
IAIndian Army
IAIm Auftrag (German: By Order)
IAInshallah (God willing)
IAInternal Assessment (International Baccalaureate testing)
IAInitial Attack (firefighting)
IAIndependent Amount
IAInstructional Assistant
IAIndustry Automation
IAIntelligence Analyst
IAIn Absentia (Latin: On Behalf of and in the Absence Of)
IAInformation Assistance
IAImplementing Agency
IAInvasive Aspergillosis
IAIntraarterial
IAIndividual Augmentee
IAInteragency Agreement
IAIndependent Assessment
IAInterfaith Alliance
IAInstitute of Astronomy
IAInitial Appointment
IAImperial Army (gaming)
IAInternet Audio
IAInstitute of Aging
IAIndia Abroad (newspaper)
IAInformation Asset
IAInformation Analyst
IAItalian Army
IAIndustrial Archaeology
IAInstantly Available
IAInternational Alert (UK peacebuilding organization)
IAInformation Appliance
IAInterface Adapter
IAInstallment Agreement
IAIntelligence Assessment
IAInvestment Agreement
IAIntruder Alert
IAIraqi Airways (IATA airline code)
IAIssuing Agency
IAIntelligent Application
IAInitial Action
IAImperial Academy (Star Wars)
IAInterval Arithmetic
IAIncentive Award
IAInternational Alphabet
IAInstrumentation Amplifier
IAIndividual Augmentation
IAInterface Analysis
IAIntelligence Amplification
IAInspection Administration
IAInitial Appraisal (USACE)
IAIndustrial Attachment
IAInternet Alliance
IAInstrument Airplane
IAImperial Age
IAIsland Alliance (Boston, Massachusetts)
IAIt's Academic
IAIncremental Analysis
IAIon-Acoustic
IAIntegrity Agreement
IAIndustrial Affiliates
IAInterface Architect
IAInitial Authorization
IAInternal Alarm
IAInformation Attack
IAImplementing Arrangement
IAImpulse Approximation (electron momentum density)
IAImplementing Agent
IAInfamous Adventures (gaming website)
IAInvasion America (Dreamworks TV Series)
IAIntegrated Agent
IAInterstellar Alliance (Babylon 5)
IAImperator Augustus (Latin: Emperor Augustus, epigraphy)
IAIntermediate Agent (networking)
IAInteroperability Agreement
IAIrrigation/Aspiration (medical procedures)
IAInstructor/Advisor
IAInstitutional Adaptation (US Army)
IAIneffective Attempt
IAInterface Agreement
IAInput Axis
IAIndicated Altitude
IAInterim Accreditation
IAIndian Airways
IAInstallation Assessment
IAInvestigative Analyst
IAInhalation Anaesthetics (pharmaceutical industry)
IAInstituti Albanologjik (Albanological Institute, Kosova)
IAImage Amplifier
IAImpedance Angle
IAInherent Availability
IAInternet Aid
IAInterior Alliance (Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada)
IAInstable Angina (cardiology)
IAIrritant Agent
IAInventory Automation
IAInstalling Activity
IAInterrogation Arm (explosive detection aid)
IAInteractive Accountability
IAInput Acknowledgement
IAImagery Analysis/Analyst
IAImplosion-Assembled (weapon)
IAIntroducing Advisor (foreign exchange)
IAIfugao Academy (Kiangan, Ifugao, Philippines)
IAImmediately Avaliable
IAInstallation Accountant
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Learning is maximized when instruction and assessment are based on explicit objectives.
Teachers also need to consider how their long-range plans for instruction and assessment align with externally imposed assessments, such as state-, province-, or district-mandated tests or portfolios.
The late Ernest Boyer (1990) and those that have built upon his work (e.g., Glasick, Huber & Maeoff, 1997) argued that instruction and assessment can and should be treated as scholarly endeavors.
[C.sup.2] was a series of workshops that developed the content and pedagogical knowledge of teachers that is necessary to support reform-oriented mathematics instruction and assessment. [C.sup.2] emerged in a manner that is very different from most educational reform projects.
In addition, they recognized the importance of the pedagogy of instruction and assessment. They wanted the teachers who participated in the program to learn to use assessment both to evaluate previous instruction and to motivate future instruction.
These discussions focused on a broad range of topics, such as standards based education, alignment of instruction and assessment, scoring rubrics, and performance assessments.
It is hoped that the participating teachers' improved confidence and competence would have a positive impact upon their classroom instruction and assessment. This, however, was not directly examined in the current project.
Based on this standard, the teachers defined specific learning objectives before they constructed instruction and assessment plans.
This led to new insights and these insights were used to suggest changes to future curriculum, instruction and assessment.