Monday, July 23, 2012

New Video Resources for Galileo K-12 Online

At ATI, we continue to look for ways to simplify the use and enhance the benefits provided by Galileo. Check out our new videos on Common Core State Standards and Instructional Effectiveness. These videos are the latest of a series geared to provide support to school districts transitioning toward new educational initiatives.

ATI supports a district’s adoption and implementation of
Common Core State Standards (video link available in the blue ribbon on the ATI home page) through both the standards aligned comprehensive assessment system and instructional components of Galileo K-12 Online. As the transition to the common core standards continues, ATI is supporting educators through provision of assessments that identify areas of deficiency and that inform decisions concerning instruction in order to ensure standards mastery.

Dr. Andi Fourlis, Assistant Superintendent for the Scottsdale Unified School District shares how the District has created a best practices system for instructional effectiveness (video link available in the blue ribbon on the ATI home page). An ongoing and reflective approach along with the implementation of Galileo K-12 Online are providing the District with data important in guiding both instruction and professional development - keystones in enhancement of student learning. 

Click here to view the ATI video series (video link available in the blue ribbon on the ATI home page).

Experience Galileo for yourself.  There are a number of ways to learn first-hand about Galileo K-12 Online. You can: visit the Assessment Technology Incorporated website, participate in an online demonstration by registering either through the website or by calling 1.877.442.5453 to speak with a Field Services Coordinator, or visit us at the following events
  • Colorado Association of School Executives Conference July 23 through 27 at the Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, Colorado;
  • Missouri School Boards’ Association in cooperation with Missouri Association of School Administrators Annual Conference September 28 and 29 at the Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach, Missouril; and
  • Massachusetts Computer Using Educators and Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents Annual Technology Conference October 24 and 25 at the Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts.
We look forward to communicating with you on the phone, online or at events.

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