Spanish Adaptive Assessment Questions: 1st Grade (Children's Progress)

November 28, 2012
This video shows sample 1st grade Spanish-language literacy and mathematics questions from the award-winning Children's Progress Academic Assessment (CPAA). CPAA is a computer adaptive assessment available in English (Pre K - 3) and Spanish (Pre K - 2), based on research from Columbia University and MIT. Educators use the Spanish-language version of this assessment to distinguish language acquisition needs from skill development needs, differentiate instruction, communicate with parents in English and Spanish, and ensure that all students are on track well before 3rd grade. To learn more, connect with Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA): 1-866-654-3246 CPAAinfo@nwea.org http://www.nwea.org/cpaa
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