Galileo's comprehensive assessment system makes it the clear choice for educators focused on promoting learning. The Galileo comprehensive assessment system is designed to help inform the many types of educational decisions that impact student learning and success. The Galileo comprehensive assessment system is the assessment solution you have been searching for with easy-to-use tools and robust item banks offering:
Assessment is a critical part of effective instruction. Watch the brief video to learn how ATI's comprehensive assessment system helps with educational decisions to promote student learning. For a complimentary trial of Galileo Online, contact us today!
ATI has multiple assessments to meet your needs in measuring student growth and achievement. The Galileo comprehensive assessment system provides a wide range of prebuilt and customized assessment options in math, ELA, and science for students from kindergarten through the 12th grade. Galileo assessments are completely aligned to state test blueprints or your customized pacing guides.
The Test Builder and Item Builder interfaces are designed for teachers and enable you to:
The ATI Secure and Community (formative) Item Banks in mathematics, ELA, and science are completely aligned with your state standards and Common Core. Using a wide range of item types, our banks engage students in complex thinking needed for college and career readiness and can be used to create multiple types of classroom, school, and district assessments. ATI offers 19 different item types which include:
Experience some of the engaging, innovative Galileo items that encourage higher order thinking skills in the ATI Sample Items assessment.
Additional Item Banks: ATI's partnership with Key Data Systems provides additional assessment content in math, ELA, science, and history/social studies via access through Galileo to the Inspect® item bank and suite of assessments. Galileo and the ATI Community Assessment Item Banking (CAIB) initiative also support district/charter-created assessment item banks in any non-state-tested content areas such as music, foreign languages, etc.
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Galileo assessments can be easily administered online and offline. Whether in a computer lab or on a tablet, the online testing interface provides streamlined, student-friendly navigation, universal testing tools such as strikethrough and highlighting, and interactive features such as calculators and protractors. Galileo provides multiple solutions for offline assessment with online scoring and reporting including GradeCam scanning via web/document cameras.
Galileo state-of-the-art statistical analyses using Item Response Theory provide Developmental Level (scale) scores, standards mastery classifications, growth, and risk information guiding multiple types of differentiated instruction including:
Skill mastery instruction guided through information from the Test Monitoring Report and Detailed Item Analysis Report
Standards mastery instruction guided through information from the Intervention Alert and Instruction Performance Tracker
Pattern of progress instruction guided through information from the Student Growth and Achievement Report
Educators have rapid access to assessment results through reports that can be conveniently accessed through Dashboards. Additionally, assessment results are communicated easily to both students and parents through the Galileo K-12 Student-Parent Center.
Test results can be quickly accessed from the Galileo K-12 Student-Parent Center.
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