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Curriculum based measurement correlates with national standardized tests such as the PSSA or the Keystone Exam which allows students to be prepared for those tests when they are required to take them It also allows teacher to monitor students progress and determine whether their teaching methods are effective or if changes need to be made The data given from CBMs allow teachers to determine which students are at risk and intervene before it is too lateThe first step in the CBM process is to determine the appropriate type and level of CBM materials to ensure the best learning and progress for the students The next step is to create and administer the probes on a regular schedule and score them exactly the same way each time to ensure correct results Then teachers graph the each students progress on a chart so they can see their progress Then the teacher needs to set a goal for each student that shows progress after each probe The next step is to use the data given to make instructional decisions that benefit the students learning The final step is to communicate progress with the children their parents and other professionals in which is necessaryThere are two ways in which to graph Curriculum based measurement data The teacher can create their own graph using word document programs or simple graph paper The other way to graph CBM data is to purchase CBM graphing software from websites such as aimswebcomFor the student who is behind his or her graph shows that he is not making adequate process and something needs to be done The teacher needs to provide the student with additional services such as one on one instruction or extra practice papers The student who is above the goal line his or her graph is showing that they have an understanding for the content and are excelling in it
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