Jobs with long cycle times and low frequency of repetition require the use of work sampling
[3, 4, 5].
is a technique that has been employed in industry and fields such as healthcare for some time.
Instructors seeking to implement teacher work sampling
to examine the effectiveness of their own teaching should begin by selecting a particular unit or topic within their course.
Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 staff and contractors have continued work sampling
private drinking water wells near Rogersville, Mo., in the vicinity of the Compass Plaza commercial development, as part of a continuing investigation into trichloroethylene (TCE) contamination of groundwater.
This methodological paper reports on the development and validation of a work sampling
instrument and data collection processes to conduct a national study of Nurse Practitioners' work patterns.
A number of methods have been employed for data collection in work sampling
including self reporting using an observation tool or clinical activity log (Pelletier and Duffield 2003) and self-completing survey (Rosenfeld 2003).
: A Method for Assessing and Monitoring Productivity
Time-motion and work sampling
are the 2 preferred strategies for work process evaluations.
Both groups were receiving instruction in work sampling
, assessment, classroom management, and instructional design.
Appended are: (1) The Minnesota Work Sampling
System (WSS)[TM] Kindergarten Entry Developmental Checklist and Parent Survey; and (2) Preschool-4 and Kindergarten Development Guidelines (4th Edition) Side-by-Side Rationales and Examples for a Sample of Selected 32 Work Sampling
System (WSS)[TM] Indicators.
Pearson Early Learning offers the Work Sampling
System (WSS), a research-based assessment tool for students in preschool through sixth grade that relies on a criterion-referenced approach.