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Measures

Is there an easyCBM Lite demo site or samples of measures I can access?

No, there is no easyCBM Lite or Deluxe demo account you can try. There also is no demo site for 
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About easyCBM Math Measures

All of the mathematics measures on easyCBM were developed by mathematics teachers, working collaboratively with researchers from the University of Oregon 
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About easyCBM Reading Measures

Like all measures on easyCBM®, alternate forms of each reading test were designed to be of equivalent difficulty, so teachers can 
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What is Progressive Difficulty?

First, let me make the distinction between stair stepping of difficulty and equal difficulty as it pertains to reading measures. 
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Where can I find the research behind easyCBM?

Our most complete source will be the Technical Reports. Each time we develop an assessment, we write up the process of 
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How do I determine at what grade to test my student?

While we don’t have one test or screener you can give a student that will pinpoint exactly where he should 
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Enabling Measures and Features (Teacher Deluxe Users)

The ability to enable and disable measures and features is determined by a setting in your account. To access this 
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Would you consider adding an “I don’t know” option for student responses?

The way the system is designed to work, students receive credit only for those questions they answer correctly. All of 
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How often should I administer assessments?

How often teachers assess students depends on two key questions: How quickly is it reasonable for teachers to expect to 
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How long does it take to complete a test?

Progress Monitoring For both the math and multiple choice reading comprehension tests (online tests) a student could start, leave, and 
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