Below are resources for utilizing AIMSweb as a progress monitoring tool.
Power Point presentation from Intro to AIMSweb Progress Monitoring Class—Final_AIMSweb Training_June 10, 2014
The first screenshot shows how to add students to a teacher’s caseload.
If you are a school manager in AIMSweb, use the screenshot, Entering a Teacher’s Caseload, before using the screenshots below.
The screenshot below shows how to begin entering data into the progress monitoring caseload that you just set up using the document above–Adding students to the progress monitoring caseload.
The screenshot below shows how to access the national norm tables.
Acronyms and descriptions of the Probes
The document below give guidance on goal setting in AIMSweb.
Documenting interventions in AIMSweb can be very powerful because we can visually display changes in instruction and how it impacted the student’s performance. The screenshot below shows how to document interventions in AIMSweb.
These screenshots are specific to those who have school manager accounts instead of teacher accounts.
The document below shows how to enter a teacher’s caseload.
Using AIMSweb as a Universal Screener (Timberline Pilot)
Below are resources for schools who are using AIMSweb as a universal screener.
AIMSweb Assessment Recommendations by Grade Level– This document shows which probes are appropriate for each grade level.
Standardized Directions and Scoring Rules for Each Type of Measure/Probe:
- Math Computation (MCOMP)
- Math Concepts and Applications (MCAP)
- MAZE Comprehension
- Reading Curriculum-Based Measurement (R-CBM)
- Written Expression- Correct Writing Sequence (WE-CWS)
- Tests of Early Literacy (TEL)- Includes: Letter ID, Sound ID, Phoneme Segmentation, Nonsense Word Fluency—Tests of Early Literacy AIMSweb Manual
- Tests of Early Numeracy (TEN)- Includes: Oral Counting, Number ID, Quantity Discrimination, Missing Numbers—Tests of Early Numeracy Manual
Overview of AIMSweb Power Point
Steps for Entering Benchmark Scores
Web-sites with Interventions