The second annual Summer Institute focused on using Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) in mathematics. A full day was dedicated to learning how to implement, score, and graph probes in mathematics, as well as how to interpret the data for decision making purposes. In addition, breakout sessions on the following topics were held: administrative issues relating to CBM implementation; introduction to using CBM in reading; and advanced applications of using CBM in reading. All presentation materials from the 2005 Summer Institute follow below.
Using Curriculum-Based Measurement for Progress Monitoring in Mathematics
- Lynn S. Fuchs and Douglas Fuchs, Tracey Hall, John Hintze, Michelle Hosp, Erica Lembke, Laura Sáenz, & Pamela Stecker
- This inclusive package contains an instruction manual on how to implement CBM in Mathematics. The handouts contain examples that are referenced in the manual. A companion PowerPoint presentation is included to help you share this information with others in your state, district, or school.
Monitoring Student Progress: Administrative Issues History of Using Progress Monitoring in Minneapolis Schools
- Doug Marston & John Hintze
- This session discusses issues related to successfully implementing CBM at the school or district level, including administrative leadership and support for staff. In addition, you will learn how CBM can be used in early intervention and response-to-intervention models, and how it can help you keep your school or district on track for achieving Adequate Yearly Progress.
Introduction to CBM in Reading
- Michelle K. Hosp & Laura Sáenz
- This session will provide hands-on training in CBM Reading. You will learn how to administer, score, and interpret CBM probes for grade levels K-5, including letter sound fluency, word identification fluency, passage reading fluency, and maze fluency.
Advanced Applications of CBM in Reading: Instructional Decision-Making Strategies
- Pamela M. Stecker, Ph.D. & Erica S. Lembke, Ph.D.
- This session is intended for those who participated in the 2004 Summer Institute on CBM Reading, those who have been trained in CBM Reading, or those who are currently implementing CBM Reading. Advanced issues to be covered include interpreting CBM reading data, and using the data to inform instructional decisions and select appropriate interventions.
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