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Volume 18, Issue 3 (1989)

Enhancing Curriculum-Based Measurement Through Computer Applications: Review of Research and Practice

pp. 317—327

ABSTRACT: This article focuses on Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) and the use of computer-managed CBM. CBM is defined as a type of curriculum-based assessment,and key distinguishing features between CBM and other forms of curriculum-based assessment are identified. Then, CBM procedures to enhance instructional decision making and student achievement are presented through a case study.Finally, the research on computer applications to CBM is reviewed, and salient findings are highlighted with implications for practice.

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