How can I determine if a student completed a CBM Probe this week?
To see if a student has completed their CBM probe for the current week, use the filters on the left side of the Progress Monitoring page to select Active Progress Monitoring Sessions and choose Yes under the Complete this week.
If a student hasn't completed their probe for the week, you will also see a yellow flag to the right of their ROI status. Hovering over this yellow flag will let you know that the student has not completed their weekly probe.
Can I reassign a CBM Probe already completed by a student?
Classworks makes it easy to reassign a CBM Probe to a student if you think they would benefit from another attempt. Maybe the student rushed through it that week or didn't try their best. Whatever the reason, that week's probe can be reassigned. To ...
How do I determine a student's CBM level?
Because intervention is given to students at their current instructional level and not at their current grade level, determining the assessment level for Progress Monitoring is important. In other words, if you have a student that is working far ...
Interpreting Your Student's Results when using Skills Based CBM probes
Once students have started Progress Monitoring using skills-based CBM probes and have at least 3 probes completed, a trend line will appear on their graph. Classworks determines the effectiveness of the intervention by taking into account the grade ...
Interpreting Your Student's Results when using Curriculum Sampling CBM probes
Once students have started Progress Monitoring using curriculum sampling CBM probes and have at least 3 probes completed, a trend line will appear on their graph. Classworks determines the effectiveness of the intervention by taking into account the ...
What are CBM Probes?
CBM stands for Curriculum-Based Measurement. It is the process by which a student’s general learning is measured, with repeated administrations of equated probes. When used for progress monitoring, Curriculum-Based Measurements should have the ...