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Experience the Galileo Difference

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

ASBA18

DECEMBER 12 - 14
K-12 Conference Info

ASBA-ASA Annual Conference

Hosted by Arizona School Board Assocation (ASBA) and Arizona School Administrators (ASA)
Phoenix, AZ

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

K12 LOD

JANUARY 10
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Differentiating Instruction Using Assignments

Hosted by ATI
12:00-1:00 pm EST

Audience: Educators looking to provide instructional interventions for students

Description: This session explores how to use data from benchmark assessments to plan and manage interventions. Analyze Intervention Alert and Risk Level data to assist in differentiating instruction by utilizing Galileo educational resources. Learn how educational resources may be used when teaching a class, a group of students, or an individual student.

PreK LOD

JANUARY 15
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Outcomes Analysis Reports

Hosted by ATI
12:00-1:00 pm EST

Audience: Pre-K educators and lead staff with data analysis responsibilities related to the Galileo G3 Assessment Scales

Description: This session guides Galileo users through accessing the Outcomes Analysis report and analyzing progressive data for one or several of the Galileo G3 Assessment Scales over multiple time periods. Additionally, participants will learn how this report can aggregate and disaggregate data for an entire agency, center, class, or at the individual child level.

K12 LOD

FEBRUARY 5
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NEW! Exploring the Admin Benchmark Performance Levels Widget

Hosted by ATI
2:00-3:00 pm EST

Audience: Administrators interested in monitoring how student performance levels correspond to the cut scores on the state standardized test

Description: This session walks participants through accessing and interpreting data on the new Admin Benchmark Performance Levels widget. The Admin Benchmark Performance Levels widget provides data at multiple levels of aggregation, allowing administrators to compare performance across tests, classes, and schools. The widget provides drill-down capabilities, allowing administrators to view specific standards and items to assist in identifying and supporting instructional goals.

PreK LOD

FEBRUARY 13
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Using Galileo’s Model Curriculum

Hosted by ATI
12:00-1:00 pm EST

Audience: Pre-K educators interested in implementing a data-driven curriculum for toddlers and preschoolers

Description: In this session participants are guided through accessing and incorporating the 32-model lesson plans included in the Galileo Pre-K Online Curriculum. Additionally, participants will explore materials, model lesson plans, and activities.

PreK LOD

MARCH 7
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Galileo Parental Toolkit for Spanish-Speaking Parents

Hosted by ATI
4:00-5:00 pm EST

Audience: Participants are provided an inside view of materials, reports and activities available from the Pre-K Parent Center to Spanish speaking families. Session includes how parents can access the Individual Development Profile, Observation Record, and a Spanish-version of activities. Additionally, participants will learn how to copy and print an assessment scale in Spanish.

K12 LOD

MARCH 14
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Utilizing the K-12 Student Parent Center

Hosted by ATI
3:00-4:00 pm EST

Audience: Educators who would like to extend Galileo use to students and parents

Description: Prepares educators to access, navigate and utilize the Galileo K-12 Student-Parent Center. The session includes a tour inside the Galileo K-12 Student Parent Center including tools such as the Launchpad, calendar view, Google Translate, and parent reports. Additionally, the session explores how students access assessments and assignments.


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