Six ways to evaluate students' progress

Curriculum Advantage Inc.today releases a new, comprehensive assessment solution called Focus on Individual Needs and Development (FIND). 
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Curriculum Advantage Inc.today releases a new, comprehensive assessment solution called Focus on Individual Needs and Development (FIND). The web-based FIND automatically links assessment results to targeted instructional activities in the Classworks® K-12 instructional software.

FIND offers six assessments:

  • Benchmark/Summative Assessments - used to monitor student achievement of grade-level or course-level progress during the school year, and evaluate the mastery of essential skills at the end of the year.
  • Universal Screeners -- assess K-10 students’ readiness for instruction.
  • Customizable Standards-based Assessments - gives educators the flexibility to design their own tests.
  • Learning Style Assessments - indicate the dominant cognitive style — visual/text, visual/graphics, auditory, and tactile/kinesthetic — for an individual student.
  • Skills Snapshot Probes - delivers frequent progress monitoring with quizzes to assess students skill
  • Placement Test - places student at the appropriate starting point in the curriculum.


For more information visit www.curriculumadvantage.com

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