ERIC Number: EJ805429
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2008
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Curriculum-Based Evaluation and Math: An Overview
Kelley, Bridget; Hosp, John L.; Howell, Kenneth W.
Assessment for Effective Intervention, v33 n4 p250-256 2008
Poor math performance is a major concern leading the current educational reform agenda. Many educational math critics are claiming a math crisis. Researchers and school personnel are trying to resolve this crisis. Some are looking at curriculum-based evaluation (CBE) as a process for solving this problem. CBE and curriculum-based measurement (CBM) are widely accepted validated tools for effectively yielding information necessary to make sound educational decisions. In this article, best practices in CBE and CBM are described as they pertain to math instruction. Specific steps of the CBE process are described as they pertain to math.
Descriptors: Curriculum Based Assessment, Educational Change, Mathematics Achievement, Mathematics Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Educational Planning, Problem Solving, Academic Standards, Teaching Methods, Decision Making
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