Presentations

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2008 OSEP TA&D Conference
2007 CEC Convention and Expo
Improving Student Outcomes Through Progress Monitoring
What Progress Monitoring Can Do For You
Scientifically Based Progress Monitoring
Progress Monitoring: What, Why, How, When, and Where
Using Progress Monitoring to Develop Strong IEPs
2005 CEC Convention and Expo
Progress Monitoring: What it is and How it Can Benefit You
Applications of Progress Monitoring to IEP and Program Development
Applying Progress Monitoring to RTI Prevention and Identification
When Assessment Isn’t Enough: Understanding Student Progress Monitoring
2008 OSEP TA&D Conference
The following presentation was conducted at the 2008 OSEP Annual Technical Assistance and Dissemination Conference on February 11, 2008.

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2007 CEC Convention and Expo
The following presentations were conducted on April 21, 2007 at the 2007 Council for Exceptional Children Convention & Expo.

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Improving Student Outcomes Through Progress Monitoring
This presentation, a combination of two consultative meetings that Center staff held with the Virginia Department of Education and Prince William County Schools in Manassas, Virginia, provides a basic overview of student progress monitoring and how it is applied in the context of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), Response-to-Intervention (RTI), and Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).

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What Progress Monitoring Can Do For You
This presentation, given at the 2004 Council for Administrators in Special Education (CASE) Annual Conference provides a background on student progress monitoring and Curriculum-Based Measurement in particular. Also investigated are the uses of CBM to strengthen instructional planning for individuals and groups, its use in a Response-to-Intervention Model, and how it can assist in the development of IEPs. Finally, details of OSEP’s National Center on Student Progress Monitoring are discussed.

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Scientifically Based Progress Monitoring
This presentation, given by Dr. Lynn Fuchs and Dr. Pam Stecker, provides a discussion of research on Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM), as well as a brief overview of how to do CBM in both reading and math. Also covered are the uses of CBM to assist in general education decisionmaking.

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Progress Monitoring: What, Why, How, When, and Where
This is a presentation by Dr. Lynn Fuchs of Vanderbilt University and Dr. Ingrid Oxaal of the Office of Special Education Programs. It investigates the differences between Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) and Mastery Measurement, and gives examples of what is looked for in each grade level using CBM in reading. Discussion and examples are provided on how CBM can be used to strengthen instructional planning, how computers can help administer and score CBM, and how it can be used to help develop IEPs. Finally the Response-to-Intervention model, as well as how CBM can assist in this process, are discussed.

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Using Progress Monitoring to Develop Strong IEPs
This power point presentation was developed based on the paper Monitoring Student Progress in Individualized Education Programs using Curriculum-Based Measurement by Dr. Pam Stecker. The presentation was given in March 2005 by Whitney Donaldson and Dr. Nancy Safer at the 2005 OSEP Leadership Conference in Washington, DC.

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2005 CEC Convention and Expo
The following presentations were conducted on April 8, 2005 at the 2005 Council for Exceptional Children Convention & Expo as part of the “Monitoring Progress to Improve Student Outcomes” strand.

Progress Monitoring: What it is and How it Can Benefit You
This presentation explains alternative forms of progress monitoring, shows how progress monitoring can help special educators improve and account for student outcomes, and explains resources that are available to participants through the National Center on Student Progress Monitoring. The presentation was given by Dr. Lynn Fuchs, Dr. Doug Fuchs, Dr. Nancy Safer, and Dr. Maury McInerney.

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Applications of Progress Monitoring to IEP and Program Development
This presentation describes progress monitoring procedures for elementary grades in reading and mathematics and illustrates how data can be translated into meaningful statements for Individualized Educational Programs. In addition to using data for monitoring progress toward annual goals, the presentation describes how teachers can use this information for strengthening instructional. This presentation was conducted by Dr. Pam Stecker.

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Applying Progress Monitoring to RTI Prevention and Identification
This presentation explains the role of progress monitoring in a Response-to-Intervention framework for LD identification. The methods and results of two-year-long studies at first grade, one in reading and the other in math, as well as effects on LD prevalence and severity, are also presented. This presentation was given by Dr. Doug Fuchs and Dr. Lynn Fuchs.

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When Assessment Isn’t Enough: Understanding Student Progress Monitoring
This presentation was given at the Council for Educational Diagnostic Services’ (CEDS) Annual Conference on November 17, 2005. Titled “When Assessment Isn’t Enough: Understanding Student Progress Monitoring,” this presentation discusses the procedures for implementing Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM), the basic purposes of CBM, and components of the National Center on Student Progress Monitoring website.

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