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  1. Scott LinnerAimsweb Trainerslinner@hotmail.com651-366-2731Aimsweb support

  2. State Assessment District School Tests of Early Literacy CBM Reading trajectories are established early and become more difficult to change. --Roland Good

  3. 3rd Grade State Benchmark in Reading - ORF Goal of 110 WPM Advanced Benchmark I Proficient Below Proficient Not Proficient R=.706 N=542 3rd grade reading fluency

  4. 3 2 1 Three-Tiered Assessment Model Tier 3: PROGRESS MONITORIntensive monitoring towards specific goals for students at significant risk for failure Tier 2:STRATEGIC MONITORMonthly monitoring for students who are mild to moderate risk for failure Tier 1: BENCHMARKUniversal Screening for all students

  5. Tier 3:PROGRESS MONITORIntensive monitoring towards specific goals for students at risk for failure 3 2 1 1 Tier 2:STRATEGIC MONITORMonthly monitoring for students who are at mild to moderate risk for failure Tier 1:BENCHMARKUniversal Screeningfor all students Three-Tiered Assessment Model: Benchmark

  6. Universal Screening • Identification of students at-risk for failure • Program evaluation across all students • 1-4 minutes to complete AIMSweb® assessments • Some AIMSweb® assessments are individually administered, while others may be done as a group. 1 BENCHMARK : Universal Screening

  7. Measures Currently Available via AIMSweb®: • Early Literacy[K-1 benchmark, Progress Monitor (PM) any age] • Letter Naming Fluency • Letter sound fluency • Phonemic Segmentation Fluency • Nonsense Word Fluency • Early Numeracy (K-1 benchmark, PM any age) • Oral Counting • Number identification • Quantity discrimination • Missing number • Oral Reading (K-8, PM any age) • MAZE (Reading comprehension); (1-8, PM any age) • Math Computation (1-6, PM any age) • Math Facts (PM any age) • Spelling (1-8, PM any age) • Written Expression (1-8, PM any age) All students in an academic curriculum are “benchmarked” three times per year across any/all of these assessment areas.

  8. AIMSweb as a Program Evaluation Tool: Benchmark 3x/year for Universal Screening—AllKids (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)

  9. Michael Martin: A student with Benchmark Data that indicates he is performing significantly behind peers at his school.

  10. Fall Benchmark Data for Michael Martin Martin, Michael: Grade 5 (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)

  11. Discussion: Consider Michael’s R-CBM performance in relationship to different AIMSweb® Comparison Groups Grade 5:Michael’s School Grade 5: Michael’s District Grade 5: National Aggregate Norms (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)

  12. Individual Report: 3rd Grade Student

  13. Data to Know that Things Went Well • QUESTIONS: • What does report suggest about Heather A’s progress? • SPRING: Compared to Grade 3 peers at her school, is Heather performing in the: - Well Above Average Range? - Above Average Range? - Average Range? - Below Average Range? - Well-Below Average Range?

  14. 2 Three-Tiered Assessment Model: Strategic Monitor TIER 3PROGRESS MONITORIntensive monitoring towards specific goals for at-risk students TIER 2STRATEGIC MONITORMonthly monitoring for students who are questionable or of concern TIER 1 BENCHMARKUniversal Screening

  15. AIMSweb as a Program Evaluation Tool: Schools May Strategic Monitor Monthly for students at Mild to Moderate Risk (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)

  16. Tier 2: Strategic Monitor Strategic Monitor:(1x/month) Provides option to increase assessment frequency from three times per year to once per month for select students. Example of Strategic Monitor report containing monthly data collected over a full school year (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)

  17. Strategic Monitoring: October (Jared Reed) (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)

  18. 3 3 TIER 3: Progress Monitor Intensive monitoring of individualized goals for students at-risk of failure

  19. Progress Monitor (Tier 3):Intensive assessment with adjustable frequency that matches need 3 (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)

  20. Benchmark(Tier 1):3x per year Strategic Monitoring (Tier 2):1x per month for select studentsat risk for educational difficulties Progress Monitor(Tier 3):Intensive assessment with adjustable frequency that matches need (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)