Apr

28

Making Data Matter: Using CBM in the RtI Decision-Making Process

John Hintze, Ph.D.: Served as a senior consultant for the U.S. DOE's National Center on Response to Intervention and the National Center on Student Progress Monitoring | April 28, 2010, 8 am-3:30 pm

Curriculum–Based Measurement (CBM) is an assessment approach designed to measure the growth of student proficiency in core educational skills that are predictive of positive school success. This all-day workshop will provide an overview of CBM and discuss how to use CBM screening and progress monitoring data to make instructional decisions within a Response to Intervention (RtI) model.  Steps involved in the RtI data-based decision making process will be outlined as well as procedures for establishing data-based decision making rules within a tiered intervention system.


Key Topics:
- Overview of CBM and its use in an RtI model
- CBM tools and resources
- Basics steps in an RtI data-based decision making process
- Data decision-making rules in an RtI framework
- Use of problem-solving steps to examine individual, grade-level, class - and school wide data

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Sponsored by: NYS RtI Technical Assistance Center & NYS Council for Exceptional Children
April 28, 2010

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