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Webinar 4. Interpreting Data and Making Decisions

  1. Identifying when instructional change is recommended.
  2. How to use CBM/progress monitoring data to develop IEP goals and objectives.



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  4. Fuchs, L.S., Fuchs, D., Hamlett, C.L., & Ferguson, C. (1992). Effects of expert system consultation within curriculum-based measurement using a reading maze task. Exceptional Children, 58, 436-450.
  5. Drasgow, E., Yell, M.L., & Robinson, T.R. (2001). Developing legally correct and educationally appropriate IEPs. Remedial and Special Education, 22, 359-373.