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October 2014

November 2014



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Upcoming Events, Seminars, and Webinars

 October 2014

October 16, 2014

K-12 Seminar

Education on the Move in Arizona: New Directions in Digital Technology and Curriculum Development

Co-Hosted by Alhambra Elementary School District (AESD) and

Assessment Technology Incorporated (ATI)


Alhambra Elementary School District Office, Conference Center Boardroom

4510 N. 37th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85019

Crossroads of 37th Avenue and Campbell

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon MST

The seminar and parking located behind the District building are complimentary. Map

Light refreshments will be served.





Karen E. Williams, Ed.D., Superintendent, AESD


The Alhambra District is a diverse inner-city district in the metropolitan Phoenix area. There are fifteen schools and nearly 14,000 students. Dr. Karen E. Williams, Superintendent, received her bachelor of arts degree, master's degree, and education doctoral degree all from Arizona State University–Tempe campus. She has been in education for thirty-six years, is in her nineteenth year in the Alhambra Elementary School District, and was most recently named the 2014 Administrator of the Year by the Arizona Technology in Education Association. Prior to her becoming superintendent, she served as principal, assistant superintendent for academic services, and assistant to the superintendent in Alhambra District. Dr. Williams is committed to children and does whatever it takes to ensure that students receive a high quality education and are prepared to compete and succeed in life.

Jason K. Feld, Ph.D., Vice President Corporate Projects, ATI


Dr. Feld received a M.A. in Psychology from New York University and his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at the University of Arizona. His research and professional activities in Pre-K and K-12 education, assessment, policy and practice span 30 years. In his position as ATI Vice President Corporate Projects, Dr. Feld is responsible for supporting ATI-client partnerships designed to enhance student achievement. Dr. Feld plans and monitors both ATI responses to changes in governmental policies and public needs related to education and ATI projects with K-12 and Pre-K policy implications. Dr. Feld establishes and maintains relationships with state departments of education and with federal and corporate organizations responsible for education policy and practice.


Dr. Feld is a published author in books, scholarly journals including those for early childhood educators and in technical reports; he has also served on editorial advisory boards and task forces for K-12 education in Arizona. Dr. Feld has been a speaker at many state and national Pre-K and K-12 conferences, including the Arizona Teaching in Education Alliance and Arizona Department of Education, Arizona School Board Association and Arizona School Administrators Conference, the Council for Chief State School Officers, the National Child Care Association, and the National Head Start Association. Dr. Feld has presented research findings of ATI at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. and his work on child outcomes has been utilized on the PBS NewsHour.


What Works Panel

Alhambra Elementary School District, Mara Wayland, Assistant Superintendent for Academic Services; Melissa Penniman, Director of Curriculum and Instruction; and Nan Williams, Ed.D., Director of Technology

Dysart Unified School District, Teresa Heatherly, Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

Higley Unified School District, Denise Birdwell, Ed.D., Superintendent and Anna McCauley, Ed.D., Director of Research and Assessment

Tucson Unified School District, Frank Larby, Instructional and Data Intervention Coordinator

Vail Unified School District, Debbie Hedgepeth, Assistant Superintendent


Seminar Focus

    The statewide seminar will illustrate the ways in which technology-based education is being implemented in Arizona. A panel discussion comprised of local leaders will share how they are implementing technology in support of curriculum development, instruction, and assessment. ATI will discuss the newest Galileo enhancements designed to provide educators, administrators, and content specialists with technology to transform and integrate local curriculum, instructional practices, and assessment in ways that:

  • Facilitate local initiatives to construct online digital curriculums including Instructional Units specifying local scope and sequence, lessons, assignments, and assessments aligned to rigorous standards and delivered/updated in real-time;
  • Effectively and efficiently measure student progress and proficiency in achieving mastery of rigorous standards including the use of Technology Enhanced (TE) items and performance-based assessments rendered in the course of dialogic instruction and designed to prepare students for the new upcoming state assessments; and
  • Integrate technology in other content areas to use in everyday instruction and build the capacity of teachers' use of technology as an instructional tool.

The seminar will provide an up-close look at district initiatives and cutting-edge Galileo technology designed to support the transformation and integration of local curriculum, instructional practices, and assessments. Following the presentations and panel discussion there will be a question and answer period.




October 22 and 23, 2014

K-12 Conference

MassCUE and M.A.S.S. 2014 Annual Technology Conference

Co-Sponsored by Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) and the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.)

Gillette Stadium

Foxborough, Massachusetts


Exhibit #230 with Online Demonstrations


Conference Info


 November 2014

November 18-21, 2014

K-12 Conference

54th Annual CETPA Conference

Hosted by California Educational Technology Professionals Association (CETPA)

Sacramento Convention Center

Sacramento, California


Exhibit #117 with Online Demonstrations


Conference Info


Past Events

July 2014

July 24 and 25, 2014

K-12 Conference

2014 Educator Summit

Hosted by Arizona Charter Schools Association (ACSA)

Desert Willow Conference Center

Phoenix, Arizona


Innovative Technology and State-of-the-Art Research to Address New Challenges, Achieve Success, and Plan for the Future


Dr. Jason K. Feld, Vice President Corporate Projects, ATI


Exhibit with Online Demonstrations


Conference Info


July 23 and 25, 2014

K-12 Conference

45th Annual CASE Education Leadership Convention

Hosted by Colorado Association of School Executives (CASE)

Beaver Run Resort

Breckenridge, Colorado


Exhibit with Online Demonstrations


Conference Info


July 16 and 17, 2014

K-12 Conference

M.A.S.S. Executive Institute

Hosted by Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.)

Mashpee, Massachusetts


Conference Info


June 2014

June 17 and 18, 2014

K-12 Conference

2014 Leading Change Conference: Lead the Change, Create the Future

Hosted by Arizona Department of Education (ADE)

Tucson, Arizona


Conference Info


June 3 and 4, 2014

Pre-K Conference

Ohio Head Start Association

Hosted by Ohio Head Start Association, Inc. (OHSA)

Dayton, Ohio


Conference Info


May 2014

May 20-21, 2014

Pre-K Conference

Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts Head Start Supplemental Assistance Program Grantee Meeting

Bridging Our Worlds: Creating a System for Effective Family Engagement

Hosted by Pennsylvania Office of Childhood Development and Early Learning (OCDEL)

Altoona, Pennsylvania




May 2, 2014

K-12 Seminar

Galileo® K-12 Online Innovations: Supporting Charter School Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Implementation of Colorado Academic Standards and Instructional Effectiveness Initiatives

Hosted by Colorado League of Charter Schools and

Assessment Technology Incorporated

Denver, Colorado


Conference Info


April 2014

April 30, 2014

K-12 Seminar

Ready for Success in Implementing the Arizona's College and Career Ready Standards

Hosted by Queen Creek Unified School District and

Assessment Technology Incorporated

Queen Creek, Arizona


Dialog: Ready for Success in Implementing the Arizona's College and Career Ready Standards


April 28 - May 2, 2014

Pre-K Conference

41st Annual Head Start Conference and Expo

Hosted by National Head Start Association (NHSA)

Long Beach, California

Learn what's new with Galileo Pre-K Online.


Conference Info


March 2014

March 20, 2014

Pre-K Webinar

ATI Research and Innovations in Technology and Educational Practice

Webinar: Demonstrating Galileo Pre-K and K-12 Growth Models to Assess and Enhance School Readiness

Hosted by Assessment Technology Incorporated (ATI)


View Recording


March 3-6, 2014

K-12 Conference

California Charter Schools Conference

Hosted by California Charter Schools Association(CCSA)

San Jose, California


Conference Info


February 2014

February 20 and 21, 2014

K-12 Conference

Colorado Charter Schools Conference

Hosted by Colorado League of Charter Schools (CLCS)

Denver, Colorado


Conference Info


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