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Objective (mutual funds)

The fund's investment strategy category as stated in the prospectus. There are more than 20 standardized categories. E.g. Aggressive growth, balanced.
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For instance, while the assessment process provided a detailed list of Mike's assets and limitations, which were used to guide program delivery, more specific goals and behavioral objectives were needed to accurately gauge progress and eventual success of the program.
This manual is designed to accompany the third edition of Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, which contains the behavioral objectives for the examination of ACSM certification candidates in exercise testing and prescription programs.
This goal will be measured through behavioral objectives indicating that clients will demonstrate observable positive coping techniques during recreational therapy programming.
If all students in the class will be able to meet the objective by simply reading the textbook material, our lesson plan could be to assign the reading and then give a quiz where they have to write a behavioral objective.
Advocates of behavioral objectives, however, abandoned such generalities in favor of objectives that actually spelled out what behaviors a student should be able to exhibit after instruction.
By stating behavioral objectives, we are better able to plan our training to reach these objectives.
Al-Zahrani explained that the training program is based on a total of 50 hours of training, which include the training of ethics, institutional affiliation, the use of modern training techniques, methods, in addition to the formulation of behavioral objectives.
Health care providers know that adherence to diabetes treatment is a key to achieving optimal glycemic control and that educated patients who focus on behavioral objectives do better at controlling the disease, according to Laurence Hirsch, vice president of global medical affairs at BD Medical --Diabetes Care.
The WNA Board endorse the Wisconsin's Minimum Set of Basic Parish Nurse Education Outcomes and Behavioral Objectives.
Once you learn to write behavioral objectives, you are stuck with writing goals that are specific and measurable.
The DFMC evaluation processes have two broad objectives: (1) evaluation of student performance to measure achievement of behavioral objectives established by the faculty and (2) evaluation of the faculty, guest speakers, educational materials and other facets of the curriculum to determine if the course is meeting the needs of the comptroller community and the DoD.

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