Just what the “doctor” ordered – give your students
Edcheckup™. Assess your students quickly and easily in minutes.
offers a progress monitoring system for students in
grades K-8 that evaluates student performance and measures
student progress toward goals in reading, writing, and math.
These generic assessments, which are independent from any
particular curriculum, may also be used to evaluate
the effectiveness of instruction through the graphing of student data.
Edcheckup progress monitoring system is based on the
Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) model, pioneered by Drs. Stanley Deno and
and those progress monitoring procedures have been shown to
provide valid and reliable indicators of student growth in the
basic skills of reading, writing and arithmetic.
In addition to using Edcheckup
for doing regular "well-checks" to monitor student growth,
Edcheckup materials and procedures can be used to screen large
groups of students to identify those students who are
at risk of academic failure that require
supplementary instruction. Finally, the Edcheckup
progress monitoring procedures are ideally suited for use in
evaluating Responsiveness to Intervention
(RtI). In fact, the creators of Edcheckup are
widely recognized for their contributions to developing both
the progress monitoring procedures used in RtI and the
Problem Solving Approach to RtI.
These items are available through the purchase of a one year licensing
fee. Click here to learn more!