easyCBM: Benchmarking and Progress Monitoring System. Assessments to Facilitate Instruction. What does it take for a seamless integration of a benchmarking and progress monitoring system? Assess the right things Scale the measures for sensitivity and reliability
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What does it take for a seamless integration of a benchmarking and progress monitoring system?
Literal 6 items 7 items
Evaluative 6 items
NCTM Focal Point Standards
3 Focal Points per grade; each PM measure has 16 items aligned to a single Focal Point. Each Benchmark measure has 48 items (16 from each Focal Point).
Benchmark data need to guide decision-making. In many districts using an RTI framework, all students get Tier 1 and 2; those scoring below a particular percentile on the benchmark and/or non-responders get Tier 3 instruction.
Instructional Decisions: who, what, when, how, where, how often, with whom?
Upcoming studies: criterion-validity studies examining relationship between benchmark measures and state tests in reading and math.
Free site already open for use: http://easycbm.com
District site will be available for use starting in September, 2009.
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