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Concurrent and predictive validity of Curriculum-Based Measurement

Lynette Ellerbrock

Concurrent and predictive validity of Curriculum-Based Measurement

a comparison with the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills

by Lynette Ellerbrock

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational tests and measurements -- United States,
  • Students -- Rating of -- United States,
  • Achievement tests -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lynette Ellerbrock
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 47 leaves ;
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14973773M

    the extent to which a measurement does not correspond to measures of unrelated variables; used to help establish the construct validity of a measurement criterion validity the extent to which a measurement relates to a particular outcome or behavior; established by evaluating the concurrent and predictive validity of the measurement. Title: Predictive Validity of Reading and Mathematics Curriculum-Based Measures on Mathematics Performance at Third Grade In the current era of high stakes testing, educators use curriculum-based measures (CBMs) and large-scale benchmark assessments to inform instruction and .

    Criterion validity of curriculum based assessment and correlation with teacher ratings and ITBS scores [Schendel, Julie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Criterion validity of curriculum based assessment and correlation with teacher ratings and ITBS scoresAuthor: Julie Schendel. Educational Testing and Measurement: Classroom Application and Practice, 11th Editionby Tom Kubiszyn and Gary D. Borich, serves as an up-to-date, practical, reader-friendly resource that will help readers navigate todays seemingly ever-changing and complex world of educational testing, assessment, and measurement. The 11th edition presents a balanced perspective of educational testing and.

    Abstract This study analyzed the relationship between benchmark scores from two curriculum‐based measurement probes in mathematics (M‐CBM) and student Cited by: 2. Abstract As part of a Response to Intervention (RTI) model, curriculum-based measurement (CBM) is an evidence-based assessment system that uses screening and formative assessments to help guide instruction. The two primary purposes of this study are to examine the relations between the easyCBM benchmark measures and a statewide large-scale assessment and to establish the optimal cut scores Cited by:


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Concurrent and predictive criterion-related validity of curriculum-based measurement for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. International Journal of Cited by: 4. Predictive validity of curriculum-based measurement and teacher ratings of academic achievement ☆ Author links open overlay panel Ryan J.

Kettler a Craig A. Albers b Show moreCited by: Predictive Validity of Curriculum-Based Measures in the Reading Assessment of students who are english language learners Paul Muyskens, Joseph Betts, Matthew Y. Lau, & Doug Marston Minneapolis Public Schools The inclusion of English Language Learners as a.

To check concurrent validity or predictive validity, the standardized test used as a criterion should be measured on the same construct as the test Concurrent and predictive validity of Curriculum-Based Measurement book in the research. It is important that a standardized test used for validity evidence be appropriate for the research in terms of contents.

AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONCURRENT AND PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF CURRICULUM BASED MEASURES (CBM), THE MEASURES OF ACADEMIC PROGRESS (MAP), AND THE NEW ENGLAND COMMON ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (NECAP) FOR READING AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONCURRENT AND PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF CURRICULUM BASED MEASURES (CBM), THE MEASURES Cited by: 4.

The construct, concurrent, and predictive validity of two composite measures of motivation to change derived from the University of Rhode Island Change Assessment (URICA): Readiness to Change (RTC) and Committed Action (CA) were by: The study reported here aims to investigate concurrent and predictive validity of PTE Academic.

Concurrent and predictive validity are essentially two types of criterion-related validity (Hughes, ); the former seeks correlations between two tests (the test and the. Concurrent and Predictive Validity of a Self-Reported Measure of Medication Adherence and Long-Term Predictive Validity of Blood Pressure Control.

Article (PDF Available) in Medical care 24(1) USING CURRICULUM-BASED MEASUREMENT TO PREDICT EIGHTH-GRADE STUDENT PERFORMANCE ON A STATEWIDE READING ASSESSMENT by MINDY J.

LEROUX A DISSERTATION students in an Oregon school district was used to examine concurrent validity, predictive validity, and the relation between demographic characteristics, disability status, and. The purpose of the study and measurement procedure.

You need to consider the purpose of the study and measurement procedure; that is, whether you are trying (a) to use an existing, well-established measurement procedure in order to create a new measurement procedure (i.e., concurrent validity), or (b) to examine whether a measurement procedure can be used to make predictions (i.e.

Which of the following is an example of an assessment's results having concurrent validity. A student takes a literacy and mathematics assessment on the same day. Students with a 5 on the AP History exam selecting a college major in the humanities.

High Keystone science achievers scoring high on a biology achievement test. The Reliability and Validity of Curriculum-based Measurement Readiness Probes for Kindergarten Students Concurrent, predictive, and social validity were assessed. Curriculum-based. a universal screening assessments survey.

Results provide evidence of the concurrent validity of MAP with CBM-R and suggest both measures are acceptable to teachers. Implications for research and practice are discussed.

Keywords: curriculum-based measurement, computer adaptive tests, reading, universal screening, teacher acceptabilityCited by: 7. A sample of three cohorts of eighth-grade students in an Oregon school district was used to examine concurrent validity, predictive validity, and the relation between demographic characteristics, disability status, and socio-economic status and the ability to predict performance on the OAKS-R.

Findings of the concurrent validity analysis. Results of this study suggest that math reasoning probes have strong concurrent and predictive validity. The study also provides evidence that calculation skills, while important, do not have strong predictive strength at the secondary level when a state math assessment is the criterion.

The purpose of this study, therefore, was to provide data toward this end by comparing the concurrent and predictive evidence for the validity of three commonly used measures of readiness to change alcohol use: the Readiness Ruler, a Staging Algorithm, and the SOCRATES (subscales Recognition and Taking Steps, respectively) in a clinical sample of by: Concurrent, predictive, and social validity were assessed.

Acceptable reliability and validity estimates were obtained for three of the kindergarten probe measures. The use of kindergarten CBM probes as a potential screening device to fit within a larger framework of functional academic assessment and early intervention is proposed.

Differences between concurrent and predictive validity studies o Concurrent from PHYS at University of Louisiana, Monroe. This study examined the concurrent validity of four different reading assessments that are commonly used to screen students at risk for reading difficulties by measuring the correlation of the third grade Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) in Reading with three specific versions of curriculum based measurement: DIBELS oral reading fluency (ORF), AIMSweb ORF, and AIMSweb by: 4.

What is concurrent validity. We assess the concurrent validity of a measurement procedure when two different measurement procedures are carried out at the same time.

Concurrent validity is established when the scores from a new measurement procedure are directly related to the scores from a well-established measurement procedure for the same construct; that is, there is consistent.

Improving the academic performance of students with EBD is especially important in the current accountability era in which there is much emphasis placed on performance of standardized tests. The purpose of this study was to investigate the concurrent and predictive validity of curriculum-based measurement (CBM) with students with by: 6.Predictive validity of LNF in spring of kindergarten with Woodcock-Johnson Psycho-Educational Battery in spring of first grade is and is with first grade oral reading fluency (ORF) using Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM) (Good, Kaminski, Simmons, & Kame’enui, ).

Initial Sound Fluency (ISF). It was also highly predictive of students pass rates from sixth to seventh grade. However, the construct and concurrent validity of the PACT is unknown. Future researchers should replicate this study and compare scores on these M-CBMs to a gold standard with psychometric evidence extending beyond ecological and predictive by: 1.