The Fluency Construct edited By Kelli D. Cummings, Yaacov Petscher

Full Title: The Fluency Construct: Curriculum-Based Measurement Concepts And Applications
Author/Editor(s): Kelli D Cummings; Yaacov Petscher
ISBN: 1493928031, 9781493928033
Publisher: Springer
Published/Copyright Year: 2016
Language: English
Physical Description: online resource included,
Edition: 1st Edition 2016. [View All Editions]
Number of pages: 386 (XIV, 386 pages 69 Illustrationsus)
Categories:
Psychology
Applied Linguistics
Language And Education
Educational Psychology
Education > Psychology
Social Work
Neuropsychology
Child Psychology
School Psychology
Child And School Psychology
Language Education


Content:
Preface

Chapter 1. What is Fluency; Gina Biancarosa and Lina Shanley
SECTION ONE: Applied Use of Fluency Measures

Chapter 2. Indicators of Fluent Writing in Beginning Writers; Kristen D. Ritchey, Kristen L. McMaster, Stephanie Al Otaiba, Cynthia S. Puranik, Young-Suk, Kim, David C. Parker, Miriam Ortiz

Chapter 3. Mathematics Fluency—More than the Weekly Timed Test; Ben Clarke, Nancy Nelson, Lina Shanley

Chapter 4. Using Curriculum-Based Measurement Fluency Data for Initial Screening Decisions; Erica S. Lembke, Abigail Carlisle, Apryl Poch

Chapter 5. Using Oral Reading Fluency to Evaluate Response to Intervention and to Identify Students not Making Sufficient Progress; Matthew K. Burns, Benjamin Silberglitt, Theodore J. Christ, Kimberly A. Gibbons, Melissa Coolong-Chaffin
SECTION TWO: Considerations for Test Development

Chapter 6. Foundations of Fluency-Based Assessments in Behavioral and Psychometric Paradigms; Theodore J. Christ, Ethan R. Van Norman, Peter M. Nelson

Chapter 7. Using Response Time and Accuracy Data to Inform the Measurement of Fluency; John Prindle, Alison M. Mitchell, Yaacov Petscher

Chapter 8. An Introduction to the Statistical Evaluation of Fluency Measures with Signal Detection Theory; Keith Smolkowski and Kelli D. Cummings

Chapter 9. Different Approaches to Equating Oral Reading Fluency Passages; Kristi L. Santi, Christopher Barr, Shiva Khalaf, David J. Francis
SECTION THREE: Advanced Research Methods

Chapter 10. Using Individual Growth Curves to Model Reading Fluency; D. Betsy McCoach and Huihui Yu

Chapter 11. Introduction to Latent Class Analysis for Reading Fluency Research; Jessica A.R. Logan and Jill M. Pentimonti

Chapter 12. Using Latent Change Score Analysis to Model Growth and Causality in Fluency Skills; Yaacov Petscher, Sharon Koon, Sarah Herrera

Chapter 13. Conclusion: Oral Reading Fluency or Reading Aloud from Text: An Analysis through a Unified View of Construct Validity; Christine A. Espin and Stanley L. Deno.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of fluency as a construct and its assessment in the context of curriculum-based measurement (CBM). Comparing perspectives from language acquisition, reading, and mathematics, the book parses the vagueness and complexities surrounding fluency concepts and their resulting impact on testing, intervention, and students' educational development. Applications of this knowledge in screening and testing, ideas for creating more targeted measures, and advanced methods for studying fluency data demonstrate the overall salience of fluency within CBM. Throughout, contributors argue for greater specificity and nuance in isolating skills to be measured and improved, and for terminology that reflects those educational benchmarks. Included in the coverage: Indicators of fluent writing in beginning writers. Fluency in language acquisition, reading, and mathematics. Foundations of fluency-based assessments in behavioral and psychometric paradigms. Using response time and accuracy data to inform the measurement of fluency. Using individual growth curves to model reading fluency. Latent class analysis for reading fluency research. The Fluency Construct: Curriculum-Based Measurement Concepts and Applications is an essential resource for researchers, graduate students, and professionals in clinical child and school psychology, language and literature, applied linguistics, special education, neuropsychology, and social work.

Electronic Resources:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4939-2803-3

ISBNPlus ID: SPR.VC1.49971-11-6638174
Form: Nonfiction
LC Call No: BF721-723
Dewey Decimal: 155.4
Released Date: 20151211

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