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The materials on this website were developed under the National Center on Student Progress Monitoring (NCSPM), which was funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs from 2003-2008, and content has not been updated since that time. Although materials were vetted under the NCSPM, professionals differ in how they report and explain certain content and procedures. Our materials were authored by various experts in the field and thus reflect this variation. We encourage you to download and share the following webinars and online trainings. All we ask is that you credit the NCSPM. Please note that if you wish to print any of the following presentations, it is easiest to do so once you have saved the presentation to your computer.

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Online Training: Using CBM for Progress Monitoring in Math

This online training module describes a 7-step process for monitoring student progress in math using curriculum-based measurement, or CBM. Participants will learn about Math CBM instruments for different grade levels. The module covers monitoring progress, graphing scores, and setting goals for students, as well as decision-making using progress monitoring data.

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Online Chat: Determining the Response in RTI

The National Center on Student Progress Monitoring asked two Response to Intervention experts, Pamela Radford and Matt Burns, to respond to a set of stimulus questions prompted by John Hintze's 2008 (in press) paper, Conceptual and Empirical Issues Related to Developing a Response-to-Intervention Framework (MS Word).  John Hintze is a Professor of Student Development and Pupil Personnel Services at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Pamela Radford is a Problem Solving Services Coordinator for the Northern Suburban Special Education District in Illinois. Matt Burns is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota.

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Webinar: Data-Based Instruction in Special Education

Presented by Dr. Lynn Fuchs and Dr. Doug Fuchs | September 25, 2008

This webinar focused on the use of curriculum-based measurement student progress monitoring data for individualizing and monitoring the effectiveness of instruction in special education.

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Webinar: Incorporating Student Progress Monitoring Into Teacher Education Courses

Presented by Dr. Pam Fernstrom | September 4, 2008

This webinar provided information on including student progress monitoring in preservice courses. This exciting event was particularly important for higher education faculty in both general and special education.

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Webinar: Data Utilization within a CBM Screening and Progress Monitoring System

Presented by Dr. Erica Lembke | April 28, 2008

This webinar provided information on how to utilize CBM screening and progress monitoring data to make instructional decisions. Data decision rules were discussed, along with questions to help guide problem-solving teams as they discuss data. The importance of data-based discussion surrounding instructional decisions at the school, grade, classroom, and individual student levels was emphasized.  

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Webinar: Using CBM to Progress Monitor English Language Learners

Presented by Dr. Laura Sáenz (March 11, 2008 from 2:00 to 3:30 PM EDT)

This webinar was designed to help participants understand the potential benefits of using Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) for progress monitoring English language learners. Special emphasis is given to using CBM to progress monitor English language learners within the context of a Responsiveness to Intervention (RTI) Model. Two assumptions of the RTI model, adequate opportunity to learn and rate of learning, as they apply to English language learners are explored.

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Online Training: Using CBM for Progress Monitoring in Reading

Presented by Dr. Rebecca Holland-Coviello

This online training* module describes a 7-step process for monitoring student progress in reading using curriculum-based measurement, or CBM. Participants will learn about Reading CBM instruments for different grade levels. The module covers monitoring progress, graphing scores, and setting goals for students, as well as decision-making using progress monitoring data.

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Webinar: Using CBM for AYP and other Data Reporting

Presented by Dr. Michelle Hosp (December 12, 2007 at 2 to 3:30 PM EST)

The webinar provided a brief overview of Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) and discuss CBM scoring and applying decision rules. The presenter explained how to define Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) using CBM benchmarks as well as how to use CBM for school accountability. Several examples were provided.

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Online Training: Using Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) for Student Progress Monitoring

Presented by Dr. Rebecca Holland-Coviello

This online training* is targeted at people who are new to student progress monitoring (SPM) in general and Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) in particular. Users will learn the differences and similiarities between CBM and other forms of assessment. We present examples of CBM in several academic areas, and we describe the process for using CBM for monitoring student progress.

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Webinar: Using Student Progress Monitoring in a Response to Intervention Model

Presented by Dr. John Hintze (September 26, 2007 at 2 to 3:30 PM EST)

The webinar provided an overview of a 3-tier Response to Intervention (RTI) model. In addition, specifics about how to use Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) in reading and math were explained for identifying whether students are responding to instruction in each tier. Applying CBM decision-making to formulate effective individual intervention plans was also discussed.

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Webinar: What the National Center on Student Progress Monitoring Can Do for You!

Presented by Rebecca Holland-Coviello (August 30, 2007 at 2 PM EST)

This webinar introduced our Center and provided a tour of our website, which focused on our free resources, online training modules, and tools chart.

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Webinar: Progress Monitoring in Mathematics

Presented by Dr. Pamela Stecker (May 10, 2007 at 2 PM EST)

This webinar is perfect for those who have implemented curriculum-based measurement (CBM) in reading and would like to expand their practice to include mathematics, or for those who are new to CBM. The presentation covered administration and scoring procedures for math CBM, graphing scores, and establishing trend and goal lines for progress monitoring.

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Webinar: The ABCs of Progress Monitoring in Reading

Presented by Dr. Michelle K. Hosp (March 19, 2007 at 3 PM EST)

Dr. Michelle K. Hosp is an Assistant Professor at the University of Utah. She earned her Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University and is a nationally certified school psychologist. Dr. Hosp has over 10 years of experience using Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM). She has extensive experience writing about CBM, training educators on the measures, as well as presenting at local, state, and national conferences.

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Webinar: Monitoring Student Progress in the Classroom to Enhance Teaching Planning and Student Learning

Presented by Dr. Lynn Fuchs (February 20, 2007 at 2 PM EST)

Dr. Lynn Fuchs has over 20 years' experience working with students with special needs. She is a nationally recognized expert conducting research on classroom based assessment and instructional methods to enhance outcomes for students with disabilities. View and listen to her presentation on student progress monitoring, including a Q & A session with practitioners from the field.

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