major CBM tools

Let’s Explore Curriculum-Based Measurement
Due Monday
1. Read the Introduction to Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM).
2. Explore the major CBM tools: AIMSweb , DIBELS , and EasyCBM and view videos listed.
3. Review the administration materials, scoring and administration procedures, and any norms and/or benchmarks that are included.
4. Compare and contrast each of these CBM tools.
5. Include your experiences that you have had with Curriculum-Based Measurement tools.
6. Consider the following as you compare and contrast CBM tools.
• Which are general outcome measures?
• Which are skill-based measures?
• Which are sub-skill mastery measures?
• Who do you think may use these measures in a school?
• How could the tools be used in a school?
• Are there any drawbacks to the tools, or is one tool more beneficial than another?
• What kind of progress monitoring report can you generate?
• What rationale may there be for using one tool over another?
• Can you use these tools with English language learners (ELLs)?
Support your statements with evidence from the Required Studies and your research. Cite and reference your sources in APA style 6th edition
o CBM What & Why? (Welch, 2013)
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o Helpful Tips for R-CBM Testing Using AIMSweb (Langell, 2012)
[MOV] [WMV]
o AIMSweb (Pearson, n.d.) [Website]
http://aimsweb.com/
o DIBELS (Dynamic Measurement Group, n.d.) [Website]
o Intervention Central: Response To Intervention – RTI Resources (Intervention Central, n.d.) [Website]

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