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  1. Assessment Methodologies Used to Personalize Instruction Gerald Tindal Castle-McIntosh-Knight Professor Behavioral Research and Teaching – UO

  2. Guiding Principles:Assessment for Teaching and Learning • The system must provide relevant information for: • Screening and benchmarking • Instructional diagnosis • Progress monitoring • The measures must be technically adequate (reliable with validity evidence to support decisions being made) – Item Response Theory (IRT) • The system must be streamlined for use, incorporating Universal Design features for students in measurement and teachers in reporting

  3. easyCBM Learning Management Systems • Adaptability to fit district context with settings to control fields, resource allocation, and access • Historical record of academic performance, progress, and intervention information • Capacity to share student data seamlessly within data teams using differential levels of access • Designed to facilitate sharing information and guide decision making for key stakeholders: teachers, administrators, specialists, parents, and students

  4. easyCBM • Free teacher version • Riverside district version • Disclosure on income to BRT for research and development with no personal remuneration • Current use patterns • Funded since 2006 with over $6,000,000.

  5. easyCBM Grants • Reliability and Validity Evidence for Progress Measures in Reading. U.S. Department of Education, Institute for Educational Sciences, Budget $1,596,638 from June 2010 – June 2014. • Developing Middle School Mathematics Progress Monitoring Measures. U.S. Department of Education, Institute for Educational Sciences, Budget $1,631,401 from June 2010 – June 2014. • Response to Intervention with Reading Curriculum-Based Measures. U.S. Office of Special Education Programs, Steppingstones of Technology Innovation for Children with Disabilities. Budget $396,736 from May 2009 – April 2011. •  Assessments Aligned with Grade Level Content Standards and Scaled to Reflect Growth for Students with Disabilities (SWD) and Persistent Learning Problems (PLP). U.S. Department of Education, Institute for Educational Sciences. Budget $1,525,552 from May 2007 – April 2011. • Model Demonstration Centers on Progress Monitoring (CFDA 84.326M). U.S. Department of Education. Budget: $1,189,790 from January 2006 – December 2008.

  6. Growth in Teacher Use First Year Public Use District Site Beta Testing

  7. Growth in Student Use First Year Public Use District Site Beta Testing

  8. Growth in Test Use First Year Public Use Beta Testing

  9. Three References for Personalizing Learning • Norm Referenced Evaluation [NRE] – How do students compare to others? (used for allocation of resources) • Criterion Referenced Evaluation [CRE] – How well do students perform? (used for diagnostics and targeting the content of instruction) • Individual Referenced Evaluation [IRE] – How much are students improving? (used for evaluating instructional programs – a.k.a. RTI)

  10. Seven Components of Personalized Learning • Normative reference for documenting individual differences and levels of risk [NRE] • Skill groups for learning [CRE] • Diagnostic information on how students perform[CRE] • Combined skills + groups with item-person maps [CRE] • Progress graphs with instructional programs [IRE] • Growth of individuals within groups [IRE] • Final summative changes in movement of risk [NRE]

  11. Norm-Referenced Evaluation[Oral Reading Fluency]

  12. Defining Risk

  13. Teacher Roster

  14. Group Report: provides information helpful for grouping students and insight into the item types on which they need more work

  15. Item-Person Maps

  16. Interventions

  17. Individual Student Report This report provides information helpful for judging the effectiveness of interventions for a particular student.

  18. MCRC: Benchmark Only

  19. Response to Intervention

  20. Summative Risk Analysis

  21. http://www.brtprojects.org/