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Participate in a Galileo event, seminar, or webinar to experience for yourself how a comprehensive approach to instructional improvement and effectiveness can empower your teachers, principals, students and their families while saving both time and money.

Register for a Galileo Overview, a live demonstration of Galileo. Also, don't miss our Professional Development Learning on Demand sessions for both Pre-K and K-12.

Upcoming Events, Seminars, and Webinars

K-12 Webinar

AUGUST 29
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New 2017-18 Assessment, Reporting, and Instructional Tools

Co-hosted by Arizona Charter Schools Association (ACSA) and Assessment Technology Incorporated (ATI)
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm MST
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Presented by Ildiko Laczko-Kerr, Ph.D., ACSA Chief Academic Officer and Jason Feld, Ph.D., ATI Vice President Corporate Projects

Audience: Administrators, curriculum and/or assessment coaches, and teachers

Description: Join Ildiko Laczko-Kerr, Ph.D. and Jason K. Feld, Ph.D. on August 29 at 1:00 pm MST for a complimentary webinar. Dr. Laczko-Kerr will introduce the new Galileo K-12 technology, explain why the technology is important to ACSA, and share how it impacts teachers, coaches, administrators, and students. Dr. Feld will showcase Galileo’s enhanced K-12 tools engineered to help educators promote learning. The innovations consist of assessment, reporting, and instructional tools. Attendees will view firsthand the streamlined Galileo K-12 interfaces and learn about the newest ease-of-use and customization features. These features allow the tailoring of Galileo to meet group and individual educator and student goals. The webinar will provide expanded details related to:

  • utilizing student testing tools similar to those on AzMERIT for both formative and benchmark assessments
  • personalizing the new Galileo Launchpads to gain rapid access to key interfaces
  • understanding Galileo Student Growth Percentiles for Arizona
  • using the new Test Builder and Item Builder tools
  • accessing updated, and additional standards-aligned K-12 item banks including technology enhanced items to measure student learning
  • Highlighting current implementations of the Digital Curriculum Platform in Arizona

The webinar will wrap up with an overview of optional Galileo integrations available this fall including Key Data Systems Inspect® Item Bank, Crane Schools Digital Curriculum Strategies, and GradeCam scanning technology. A brief question and answer session will conclude the webinar.

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K-12 LOD

SEPTEMBER 13
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Student Enrollment - with updated tips

Hosted by ATI
4:00 - 4:45 pm EDT

Audience: Information services, school registrars, or the district/charter school personnel responsible for handling student information and enrollment into Galileo

Description: This session walks participants through manually adding, enrolling and dropping students into the Galileo system. Special emphasis is placed on when to manually handle student enrollment and when to rely on rostering via the data import.

Pre-K LOD

SEPTEMBER 13
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Managing Child Enrollment - with updated tips

Hosted by ATI
1:00 - 1:45 pm EDT

Audience: Data entry, IT, or administrators responsible for managing the entering and enrolling of children into the Galileo system

Description: This session walks participants through manually adding, enrolling, and dropping children into the Galileo system. Additionally, participants learn how to search for children and how to handle duplicate entries.

AZ Rural Schools Conference

SEPTEMBER 14 and 15
K-12 Conference Info

Arizona Rural Schools Association Annual Conference

Hosted by Arizona Rural Schools Association (ARSA)

Little America Hotel
Flagstaff, AZ

ATI Exhibit with online demonstrations - experience the Galileo K-12 difference.

K-12 LOD

SEPTEMBER 20
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Creating Stimulus Materials for Test Items (Item Family) - with updated tips

Hosted by ATI
5:30 - 6:15 pm EDT

Audience: Teachers, curriculum coaches, instructional designers, and educators responsible for creating classroom and district-wide assessments

Description: This session walks the participant through creating stimuli (text, graph, or image) for test items by entering the material into Galileo as item families. Participants also learn how to link item families to test items using Test Builder tools. All subject area educators who wish to include stimulus materials when creating test items will benefit from this session.

Pre-K LOD

SEPTEMBER 21
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Initial Observations for the New Program Year - with updated tips

Hosted by ATI
4:00 - 4:45 pm EDT

Audience: Teachers, teacher aides, and administrators responsible for documenting or overseeing the documenting of child observations

Description: This session walks participants through the process of establishing a baseline assessment for new children at the beginning of the year, and saving initial observations for a returning child using the Observations by Child page.

K-12 LOD

SEPTEMBER 27
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Galileo’s New Test Builder: Build a Technology-Enhanced Sequencing Item - NEW

Hosted by ATI
5:00 - 5:35 pm EDT

Audience: Teachers, curriculum coaches, instructional designers, and educators responsible for creating online classroom assessments

Description: This session walks participants through creating a sequencing test item for an online test. This type of test item is ideal when you need students to arrange text in order, such as a progression of events. All subject area educators can benefit from this test building method.

K-12 LOD

SEPTEMBER 28
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Galileo’s New Test Builder: Build a Technology-Enhanced Multi-Part Test Item - NEW

Hosted by ATI
5:00 - 5:45 pm EDT

Audience: Teachers, curriculum coaches, instructional designers, and educators responsible for creating online classroom assessments

Description: This session walks participants through creating a technology-enhanced test using Galileo’s new Test Builder tools. This session focuses on building a test by writing multi-part items. The parts of the item may consist of multiple choice, response, extended selected-response, and/or open response items. All subject area educators can benefit from this test building method.

K-12 LOD

OCTOBER 11
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Galileo’s New Test Builder: Creating a Technology-Enhanced Drag and Drop Test Items - NEW

Hosted by ATI
5:00 - 5:45 pm EDT

Audience: Teachers, curriculum coaches, instructional designers, and educators responsible for creating online classroom assessments

Description: This session walks participants through creating a drag and drop labeling and a drag and drop classification test item for an online test. The drag and drop labeling test items is ideal when you need students to drag and drop text onto an image, such as labeling parts of a skeleton or a cell. The classification labeling test item is ideal when you need students to place text into a category, such as grouping types of simple machines or living/non-living items. All subject area educators can benefit from this test building method.

MassCue/MASS Conference

OCTOBER 25 and 26
K-12 Conference Info

MassCUE/M.A.S.S. Fall Conference

Hosted by Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) and Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.)

Gillette Stadium
Foxboro, MA

ATI Exhibit #222 with online demonstrations - experience the Galileo K-12 difference.

CETPA Conference

NOVEMBER 14 through 17
K-12 Conference Info

CETPA Annual Conference

Hosted by California Educational Technology Professionals Association (CETPA)

Pasadena Convention Center
Pasadena, CA

ATI Exhibit #626 with online demonstrations - experience the Galileo K-12 difference.

ASBA-ASA 17 Conference

DECEMBER 15 and 16
K-12 Conference Info

ASBA-ASA 60th Annual Conference

Hosted by Arizona School Boards Association (ASBA) and Arizona Association of School Administrators (ASA)

Arizona Biltmore
Phoenix, AZ

ATI Exhibit with online demonstrations - experience the Galileo K-12 difference.


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