EasyCBM Math features two options for assessing a student's progress and need for additional support in math: the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Curriculum Focal Point Standards in Mathematics and the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics. EasyCBM enables teachers to evaluate the effectiveness of their teaching. It also produces system reports that help educators make student-specific, evidence-based decisions through a straightforward process for tracking instruction by student or by group, based on assigned measures.
Continue ReadingEasyCBM Math assessment test items are multiple choice, and students access the assessment on a secure website. According to reliability studies of the easyCBM assessment system, students scoring below the 40th percentile are at some risk for poor outcomes in math, and those scoring below the 20th percentile are at risk.
Teachers can use easyCBM's Lite Edition at no cost as of 2015, or purchase the Deluxe Edition, on a yearly basis, that includes multiple forms of each math measure and additional new measures each year. The school district version of easyCBM, District easyCBM, includes additional features such as multiple levels of user access, automated synchronization of student rosters, the ability to control the percentile ranks associated with different levels of performance, and district-wide reports.
Researchers at the University of Oregon developed the easyCBM Math assessment online screening and progress monitoring tools in collaboration with school districts across the United States.
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