Advanced Applications of Curriculum-Based Measurement (1998)
This edited also is now out of print. It sold 3285 copies and to my frustration was only offered in hardcover and to me, significantly limited sales. This book had the opportunity to fill in some serious gaps that had been identified since CBM has been used in an expanding Problem-Solving model, including a more clearly articulated process toward what was to become RTI and MTSS. The introductory chapter by Shinn and Bamonto I thought did a nice job of clarifying a number of points of confusion about CBM that had emerged over the years. Additionally, the book contains chapters on areas where CBM use had been expanded, including students below Grade 1 and the “original DIBELS” before it co-opted CBM”, English Learners and the concept of 2-step screening, and students with diverse backgrounds. Comments or annotations about this book are welcome to be posted if
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