CBMmath Automaticity is one of three types of FAST curriculumbased measurement (CBM) for math. The others are CBMmath Concepts and Applications (CAP) and CBMmath Process.
 CBMmath Automaticity evaluates the degree to which basic math facts and operations are accurate and automatic (fluent). The content reflects the math skills typically taught in grades 1 through 3 and this assessment can be used with students in any grade who need to master math facts for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It consists of a General Outcome Measure (GOM) for each level as well as single and multiskill mastery measures. The GOMs are designed for universal screening and the mastery measures are designed for progress monitoring. CBMmath Automaticity is an entirely online assessment and students log in to the FastBridge website to complete it. It is timed for up to 4 minutes and scored automatically so student scores are available immediately for teacher review. The CBMmath Automaticity raw score is converted to create a final score which is the number correct in 10 minutes.
 Note: This assessment requires the sound to be on.
The following table shows important navigation tools used in CBMmath Automaticity.
Button 
Function 

Allows the student to repeat the audio on the slides that include audio. This button is located on the upper right corner of the window. 

Allows the student to delete digits in the numerical entry box. 

Allows the student to navigate to the next question. 

Assessment status bar is a real time status bar that fills in with the color orange as time decreases. 
There are two ways that students can access CBMmath Automaticity:
Student account
Student accounts can be set up by the school or district manager. Once set up, the student logs in by entering a username and password. The student will then see a welcome screen like this:
The student then selects the CBMmath Automaticity tile to start the assessment.
Group Proctor Account
A Group Proctor account is one that allows an assigned adult to open and start an assessment for students but does not allow access to other FastBridge system features or student scores. To access CBMmath Automaticity using a Group Proctor account, the adult logs in and selects the school, grade and teacher whose class the students attend. Next, select Screening, then CBMmath Automaticity on the left navigation. This will display the names of the students in the class. The Proctor then selects the clock icon for the student and the student will be able to begin the assessment.
Students have the option of using a mouse or touch screen to select digits from the number line, or using the computer keyboard to enter their responses. Responses show up in the numerical entry box. Clicking thebutton will delete digits in the box. After selecting the correct number(s), the student clicks thebutton to proceed to the next question.
When time has expired, the student will be able to finish their last question. The following screen displays after the student clicks thebutton for the final item.
To exit the assessment, the student clicks on Exit Test in the upper right corner of the screen.
Uses:
CBMmath Automaticity can be used for both universal screening and for progress monitoring. When used for Fall screening, students can complete the form for either the current grade level or the level below the current grade. This is because in the fall, the current grade level items might include content that students have not learned yet. For Winter and Spring screening, students complete the level matching their current grade. When used for progress monitoring, FastBridge recommends the level match the student's current grade unless the student is 3 or more years behind grade level in math skills.
Reports:
The FAST system includes several different reports that teachers can use to understand Automaticity scores. The Class List provides a summary of students’ scores. When the general outcome measure (GOM) is used for screening, the Class List will show both the GOM score and the percentages of problem types that the student answered correctly. The Group Screening Report provides a summary of student scores for a class or grade. The Individual Skills Report displays which items a student answered correct or incorrect. The Progress Monitoring report shows an individual student's scores over time.