Curriculum Based Learning

What does curriculum based mean?

Curriculum-based measurement (CBM) is an approach to measuring students academic growth along with evaluating the effectiveness of instruction in the classroom

Example of Curriculum-Based Measurement Probes

A teacher will sit down with one student, who will read two or three selected passages aloud for one minute each. The teacher will record any errors that occurred while reading the passages.

What are the advantages of the curriculum-based?

CBM probes quickly provide teachers with their class' average academic performance. In contrast to norm-referenced tests, curriculum-based measurements enable teachers to identify students who are struggling to acquire and apply specific academic skills.

What are curriculum-based activities?

An activity-based curriculum encourages children to participate physically and mentally in the learning process and helps students learn and retain information. This learning process allows children to remember and understand learning materials based on their personal experiences.