|Gender Differences in Written Expression Curriculum-Based Measurement in Third Through Eighth Grade Students
||Many studies have found gender differences in certain areas of academic achievement, such as reading and math (Davenport et al., 2002; Gibb, Fergusson, & Horwood, 2008; Klecker, 2005; Marks, 2008). Fewer studies have focused on gender differences in ...
|Predictive Validity of Mathematics-Curriculum Based Measurement
||Although mathematical competency is associated with life skills and economic success, research in student mathematical performance offers less substantial evidence when compared to investigations of student performance in reading. Empirical evidence ...
|Gender Differences in Mathematics Curriculum-Based Measurement in Third through Eighth Grade Students
||A number of studies have identified differences between males and females in academic performance across the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics (Below, Skinner, Fearrington, & Sorrell, 2010; Camarata & Woodcock, 2006; Duckworth & Seligman, 20...
|Resistance to Change: Teacher Variables That May Influence Acceptance of Curriculum-Based Measurement
||Research indicates that the use of Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM) as a screening and formative assessment tool in school settings increases student academic performance across subject areas. Still, many teachers harbor resistance towards using it...