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Introduction to DIBELS Next
Stephanie Stollar, PhD
UC Summer Institute
June 14 & 15, 2010
Dynamic Measurement Group
www.dibels.org
[email protected]
DMG DIBELS Next Research and
Development Team
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• Executive Directors
o Ruth Kaminski
o Roland Good
• Research Scientists
o Kelli Cummings
o Kelly Powell-Smith
o Stephanie Stollar
• Professional
Development Specialists
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Kathleen Petersen
Alisa Dorman
Project Manager
o Josh Wallin
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Graphic Designer
o Karla Wysocki
• Research Assistants
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Annie Hommel
Doug Rice
Katherine Schwinler
Karla Wysocki
• Data Team
o Beth Dewey
o Rachel Latimer
o Maya O’Neil
• Support Staff
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Dan Cohn
Laura Collins
Jeff Heriot
Sarah Laszlo
DIBELS Next Partners
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• University of Oregon DIBELS Data
System http://dibels.uoregon.edu
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• Enter DIBELS Next data online and
generate automated reports.
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• Sopris http://www.sopriswest.com
• Publishers of DIBELS Next print
materials
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• Wireless
Generationhttp://www.wirelessgeneratio
n.com
• DIBELS Next on palm pilot
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• mClass data reporting system
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DIBELS Next Overview
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• New user-friendly format
– Flip-book format for published version
• Sopris/Cambium - www.soprislearning.com
– Larger booklet size for downloadable version
• www.dibels.org
• New Measures
– DIBELS Daze
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– First Sound Fluency
• Retell is part of DORF
• WUF-R available as an experimental measure
– Contact [email protected]
DIBELS Next Overview
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• Improved measures based on research and user feedback
– New directions to facilitate students’ understanding
– New content, including all new reading passages
– New arrangement of items to increase consistency of scores
– Checklist of common response patterns to aid in intervention
planning
– New scores for some measures to enhance interpretation
– New more child-friendly font in grades K-2
DIBELS Next Overview
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• New research on all measures carried out over 4 years on over
25,000 children in over 90 schools
– Use of new readability formula to level passages and decrease
variability of DORF scores
– New reliability data
– New validity data
• Prediction to NAEP
• Prediction to GRADE
– New research on benchmark goals
What Has Not Changed
• DIBELS Next are still:
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– Brief, standardized,
repeatable indicators of
Basic Early Literacy Skills
– Research-based
– Used for universal
screening, benchmark
assessment, progress
monitoring, and systems
evaluation
– Appropriate for use within
a Response to Intervention
model of service delivery
DIBELS Assess the Basic Early Literacy
Skills
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DIBELS 6th Edition Research
References
A comprehensive collection of research publications related to
DIBELS (14 pages). http://dibels.org/pubs.html
http://dibels.org/pubs.html
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DIBELS® 6th Edition Technical
Adequacy Information (Download)
A comprehensive collection of technical adequacy data for DIBELS 6th
Edition (39 pages). http:dibels.org/pubs.html
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Overview of Materials
• Benchmark Assessor Materials
• Benchmark Student Materials
– 1 scoring booklet per
student
– What the student looks at
to complete the task
– Different booklets for each
grade
– Needed for LNF, NWF
and DORF
– Contain all the measures
used in the beginning,
middle and end of the year
for each grade
– Daze
– Daze
• Administration Directions
and Scoring Key
• Student worksheet
• the only one that
students will write on
DIBELS Next Assessment Manual
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Essential Resource for Administering and Scoring DIBELS Next
• Contains:
– Chapters on the Foundations of DIBELS Next, Guidelines for
Administering and Scoring, Interpreting DIBELS Next Data,
and Implementing DIBELS Next in Your School
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– Administration and scoring rules for all DIBELS Next measures
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– Model scoring pages
– Appendices including the Pronunciation Guide, practice scoring
sheets and answer keys, Assessment Accuracy Checklists, and
sample statements and letters
• Can be downloaded or purchased
• Should be available for each DIBELS Next assessor
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Time Needed for Benchmark
Assessment per Student
Grade
BOY
MOY
EOY
Change from
6th Edition
K
3 minutes
6.5 minutes
5 minutes
-1.5
1st
5 minutes
9 minutes
9 minutes
-1.5
2nd
9 minutes
7 minutes
7 minutes
+3
3rd – 6th
7 minutes
7 minutes
7 minutes
+3
Transitioning to DIBELS Next
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• 2 Year Transition Period
• Wireless Generation Software Available Fall 2011
• School Year Schedule and Benchmark Schedule
• Resources For Transitioning
– Materials
– Training
• Proximity to Initial DIBELS Training
• Other District Initiatives
DIBELS Next Training Opportunities
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• Online DIBELS Next Essential
and Transition Workshops
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• Regional Workshops
– Chicago June 18
– Columbus August 12
• Training Institutes
– Eugene July 12-15
– Chicago August 17-20
• Onsite Workshops
• IRead Conference
– Cincinnati August 9-11
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Dynamic Measurement Group
• Visit our website www.dibels.org for information on:
– Training Opportunities
– Becoming a DIBELS Mentor
– Research projects
– Ordering products
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