Early Numeracy Measures
The Early Numeracy Indicators were developed and investigated as part of the
Research Institute on Progress Monitoring from 2004 through 2009 by Dr.
Erica Lembke of the University of Missouri and Dr. Anne Foegen of Iowa State
Research sites included elementary schools in Iowa and Missouri.
The measures include both screening (fall/winter/spring) versions to evaluate
the proficiency of all students and progress monitoring versions that can be
used to monitor the effectiveness of interventions for students who are
Users are encouraged to review the technical adequacy data
available in the technical reports and supporting documents and to continue to monitor this site for
any additional developments related to the measures.
Anne Foegen, Ph.D.
Iowa State University
Erica Lembke, Ph.D.
University of Missouri
- Technical Reports
- Identifying Indicators of Early Mathematics Proficiency in Kindergarten and Grade 1
- Technical Adequacy of Early Numeracy Indicators: Exploring Growth at Three Points in Time
- Establishing Technically Adequate Measures of Progress in Early Mathematics
- Iowa Early Numeracy Indicator Screening Data: Iowa 2006-2007
Iowa Early Numeracy Indicator Screening Data: 2007-2008
Iowa Early Numeracy Indicator Screening Data: 2008-2009
Examining the Long-Term Predictive Validity of the Early Numeracy Indicators for Predicting Success on a High Stakes Mathematics Test
Exploring the Use of Early Numeracy Indicators for Monitoring Progress in Two Intervention Contexts
Exploring the Use of Early Numeracy Indicators for Monitoring Progress in Two Intervention Contexts: 2007-08
Exploring the Use of Early Numeracy Indicators for Progress Monitoring: 2008-2009
- Additional Supporting Documents
- Summary of ENI Performance Levels
- Early Numeracy Probes (download compressed files)
- In order to access the probes, you must first read and agree to our User Agreement by submitting your contact information, after which point you will be able to download the appropriate files.