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1 Scott Linner Aimsweb Trainer Aimsweb support

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

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

4 Three-Tiered Assessment Model Tier 1: BENCHMARK BENCHMARK Universal Screening for all students STRATEGIC MONITOR Tier 2: STRATEGIC MONITOR Monthly monitoring for students who are mild to moderate risk for failure PROGRESS MONITOR Tier 3: PROGRESS MONITOR Intensive monitoring towards specific goals for students at significant risk for failure 1 2 3

5 Three-Tiered Assessment Model: Benchmark Tier 1: BENCHMARK Universal Screening for all students Tier 2: STRATEGIC MONITOR Monthly monitoring for students who are at mild to moderate risk for failure Tier 3: PROGRESS MONITOR Intensive monitoring towards specific goals for students at risk for failure

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

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 arebenchmarked three times per year across any/all of these assessment areas.

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

9 Michael Martin: 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 Michaels R-CBM performance in relationship to different AIMSweb® Comparison Groups Michaels School Grade 5: Michaels School Michaels District Grade 5: Michaels District National Aggregate Norms Grade 5: National Aggregate Norms (All identifying information and scores are fictitious.)

12 3 rd Grade Student Individual Report: 3 rd Grade Student

13 Things Went Well Data to Know that Things Went Well QUESTIONS: What does report suggest about Heather As progress? SPRING 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 Three-Tiered Assessment Model: Strategic Monitor TIER 1 BENCHMARK Universal Screening TIER 2 STRATEGIC MONITOR Monthly monitoring for students who are questionable or of concern TIER 3 PROGRESS MONITOR Intensive monitoring towards specific goals for at-risk students 2

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

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

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

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

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


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