Buros-Nebraska Series on Measurement and Testing

 

Date of this Version

1993

Document Type

Article

Citation

Curriculum-Based Measurement, edited by Jack J. Kramer (Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements, 1993).

Comments

Copyright © 1993 by Buros Institute of Mental Measurements. Digital Edition Copyright © 2012 Buros Center for Testing. This book may be downloaded, saved, and printed by an individual for their own use. No part of this book may be re-published, re-posted, or redistributed without written permission of the holder of copyright.

Abstract

Curriculum-Based Measurement

Contents

Preface vii

1. Curriculum-Based Measurement 1
Stanley L.Deno

2. A Review of Curriculum-Based Procedures on Nine Assessment Components 25
Gerald Tindal

3. Enhancing Instructional Programming and Student Achievement with Curriculum- Based Measurement 65
Lynn S. Fuchs

4. Academic Skill Assessment: An Evaluation of the Role and Function of Curriculum-Based Measurements 105
Francis E. Lentz and Jack J. Kramer

5. Curriculum-Based Assessment: Implications for Psychoeducational Practice 123
Edward S. Shapiro

6. CBA: An Assessment of Its Current Status and Prognosis for Its Future 139
Mark R. Shinn and Roland H. Good, III

Author Index 179

Subject Index 185