Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Evaluating the effectiveness of progress monitoring as a second grade mathematics intervention
by Bartlett, Courtney L., Psy.D., University of Southern Maine, 2014, 50; 3632795
Abstract (Summary)

Progress monitoring has been shown to be effective for gauging student growth in the area of mathematics. Likewise, self-graphing has been shown to improve student achievement in education. The present study investigates the effectiveness of progress monitoring as an intervention with a self-graphing component for second-grade students in the area of mathematics. This research examines the impact of progress monitoring on increased math skills, accuracy, and generalization to universal screening assessments. While results were variable, students' accuracy improved upon implementation of progress monitoring. All-together, results suggest that progress monitoring with self-graphing can be an effective intervention.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Brown, Rachel
Commitee: McCormick, Kelly, Steege, Mark W.
School: University of Southern Maine
Department: College of Education and Human Development
School Location: United States -- Maine
Source: DAI-A 75/12(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Subjects: Mathematics education, Educational evaluation, Elementary education, Educational psychology
Keywords: Mathematics accuracy, Mathematics intervention, Progress monitoring, Second grade, Self-graphing
Publication Number: 3632795
ISBN: 978-1-321-12134-6
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