Curriculum-Based Measurement Implementation Plan Final.docx

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Reunna Wolff EDU-470 February 25, 2019 Professor Bruce Curriculum-Based Measurement Implementation Plan A Curriculum-Based Measurement, or CBM, is a great tool that teachers use when assessing the progress of their students. My sample probe below will be measuring whether or not students can reason with shapes and their attributes. By the end of the unit students will be able to identify and draw shapes that have specific attributes, such as a given number of equal faces or a given number of angles. They will also be able to identify triangles, pentagons, quadrilaterals, cubes, and hexagons. Two times during the week. Once after the original lesson and then one at the end of the week to check for retention of information. Student progress will be recorded and graphed in order to track academic learning of the geometric shapes. The information obtained will be used to differentiate my lessons. I will incorporate different activities that will help those students that need extra instruction. This will also help me by
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  • Fall '17
  • triangle, Professor Bruce

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