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aimswebPlus Universal Benchmark Screening

Tier 1 Benchmark (Universal Screening)

Student benchmark scores are established three times per year using unique standardized assessment forms, and compared to established cut scores and national or local norms. The results help educators identify and group students at risk, personalize instruction, evaluate student progress, demonstrate expected annual growth, and serve as a communication tool for system improvement. For most students, a battery of multiple brief measures is used for universal screening. These standards-based measures are designed to measure essential knowledge and skills as efficiently as possible.The result is that in a single class period, teachers can get comprehensive and accurate information about student and classroom performance in reading and mathematics, and identify students at risk for dyslexia or behavior issues.Additionally, the multi-measure battery provides student and classroom profiles of strengths and weaknesses to tailor instruction to the needs of all students.

aimswebPlus benchmark screening allows you to:
  • Manage the entire fall, winter, and spring assessment cycle
  • Identify students at risk for dyslexia or social-behavioral issues
  • Compare math and reading performance to grade level expectations
  • Build student and classroom profiles of strengths and weaknesses to tailor instruction to the needs of all students

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