Context determines the need and manner of evaluations and assessments. In a missional-theological education setting, work is “tested” through class interaction, required exercises and share time or a project—depending upon the goals set for the particular student. For instance, a student aspiring to become an elder in the church or a church planter elsewhere, will write papers pertaining to his required track. At the end of each quarter, when courses have ended, the students will evaluate both the professor and the course. Changes and improvements will inevitably occur along the way.