As states continue to work together to implement assessments of student learning aligned to the Common Core State Standards, through collaboration with the Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers or the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium, school districts/charters are shifting toward digital curriculum and assessment. With this shift came a natural progression to increase the number of mobile computing devices found in the classrooms.
ATI’s implementation of technology enhanced instructional and assessment items is designed to support a wide range of mobile devices. The Galileo K-12 Online system requirements, located here, provide a list of Galileo features that are supported on low-cost devices built on operating systems including Google Android, Apple iOS, Google Chrome, and Microsoft Windows.
Brandon Smith, B.A., MCSE
Information Technology Director