Process Assessments

Process assessments are a way of determining the needs, or “gaps,” between a current and desired outcome. It’s a part of strategic planning—essentially, a needs assessment helps you pinpoint how you’ll accomplish your strategic goals. A need is an opportunity for improvement within a particular process or system. When you identify—and resolve—needs, you can act on potential new opportunities, like making processes more efficient, streamlining resource allocation, and identifying resource gaps in your current workflow .

There are different types of assessments that can be conducted to improve the learning and teaching process. These include formative assessment, summative assessment, diagnostic assessment, norm-referenced assessment, criterion-referenced assessment, ipsative assessment, and dynamic assessment .

If you could provide more context about what kind of process you want to assess, I could provide more specific information.

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