Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) represents an advancement in classroom assessment technology in that it can be used to repeatedly measure students' progress over time. The usefulness of CBM progress monitoring to reading clinicians in the UNI Reading Clinic was investigated. Following seven weeks of progress monitoring, three clinicians and their tutees who had school psychology graduate students assigned to do CBM progress monitoring and three who did not responded to interview questions. Results indicated that reading clinicians in the progress monitoring condition did not make use of CBM data when answering interview questions about tutees' reading progress. Possible reasons for lack of data utilization and suggestions for further research are discussed.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
Annette M. Iverson
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©1996 Tina M. Schroeder
Schroeder, Tina M., "Pre-Service Reading Teachers' Use of Curriculum-Based Measurement Data" (1996). Graduate Research Papers. 1486.