Monday, June 19, 2017

Order Your Assessments Now and Be Ready for Fall

Anytime between now and the beginning of the next school year, we recommend that districts and charters contact your ATI Educational Management Services (EMS) coordinator to order and begin the assessment planning process. EMS staff will help you create a comprehensive assessment plan that addresses your goals and that answers questions such as:
  • How many benchmarks assessments will there be during the year?
  • When will benchmark testing occur?
  • Which subjects and grade levels will be tested?
  • Should technology enhanced items be included on assessments? 

The EMS staff works closely with you to ensure that the resulting benchmark assessments are of the highest possible quality. Of course, quality requires time so we ask that you please allow for a 2 week delivery window for pre-made assessments and a 6 week window for assessments aligned to district curriculum

Email or call 1.800.367.4762 to speak to an EMS Coordinator today and get the process started.

Monday, June 12, 2017

ATI Launches Redesigned Website

Our newly redesigned ATI website is now live. The updated site includes sign in access to Galileo from any page and requires no change in user ID or password. It also features quick links for support, streamlined navigation, and a responsive layout for viewing on all platforms. 


The following image illustrates the tablet view of the website including the collapsed menu.


We hope you enjoy the new user experience. Take a look

Monday, June 5, 2017

Creating Classroom and School-Wide Assessments with Galileo Technology

Galileo includes multiple easy-to-use assessment-creation interfaces designed for the classroom teacher including Test Builder including Item Builder technology and Dialog Builder. Galileo Automated Scoring Key (ASK) technology also supports the importation of existing tests for administration, scoring, and reporting within Galileo. This blog will focus on Test Builder with Item Builder and Dialog Builder.

Test Builder with included Item Builder
The Test Builder and Dialog Builder interfaces provide teachers and staff with the ability to quickly and easily create their own tests from the ATI Community Item Banks, Inspect® Item Bank, and District-created item banks which may include district-created items.

The ATI Test Builder interface makes it easy to create formative assessments containing technology-enhanced (TE) items. For teachers creating an assessment, they select the standards of interest, automatically search the item banks, and pick favorite questions. The next step is to publish the assessment for online and/or offline administration. Teachers can quickly duplicate and edit assessments. Teachers can also place assessment and item content in shared libraries supporting the sharing of content with other teachers and schools within the district.

The Test Builder interface is designed for flexible use with desktops, laptops, or tablets. With the numerous capabilities the Galileo Test Builder offers, teachers are finding test creation easier than ever. These capabilities include:

  • Search Item Banks by standard or item family
  • Refine searches by item type and depth of knowledge (DOK)
  • Quickly add, reorder, and/or delete items
  • Create your own items using the included intuitive Item Builder tools (scheduled for release in June 2017)
    • Multiple-Choice
    • Extended Multiple-Choice
    • True/False
    • Yes/No
    • Open Response with scoring rules
    • Short Answer
    • Selectable Text (correct/incorrect hot spots)
    • Classification (drag and drop of words/images into boxes)
    • Labeling (drag and drop of labels on an image)
  • View a summary of your current test items at the same time as your current search results
  • Access online student and teacher previews of your test
  • Access quick links to schedule the test and print if needed for offline student test booklets, once your test is published
Galileo Enhanced Test Builder Interface
 

The Galileo Test Builder interface includes state-of-the-art Item Builder tools. This makes it possible to create items and to align these items to state standards in any grade and subject. Assessment items may be accompanied by images, text, and links to a variety of media (e.g., videos, images, texts, attached files) and associated with metadata (e.g. DOK). Creation tools for multiple item types are currently available in the classic Test Builder interface. Creation types for these item types and additional TE item types are scheduled for release in the redesigned Item Builder in June 2017.

Creating a TE item with the Item Builder tools in the Recently Enhanced Test Builder  

















Dialog Builder
Using Dialog Builder, teachers can build online Instructional Dialog lessons and assignments integrating instruction with classroom assessments and providing related instructional activities (including those available through Galileo), and practice items. Dialogs make it possible to assess what is learned and guide learning by providing immediate feedback during the learning process. Online content may include multimedia content such as images, video presentations, and sound.

Galileo Dialog Builder Interface


For further information on how to create Galileo formative (classroom and school-wide) assessments, contact your Field Services Coordinator or access the Help Files via the Galileo application.  You can also register for one of our upcoming Learning on Demand sessions:

  • Galileo’s New Test Builder: Creating Multiple Choice, Extended Multiple Choice, and Short Answer Items, Wednesday, July 12 Time: 5:00-5:45 pm EDT / 2:00-2:45 pm MST Register. Click the "Upcoming" tab.
  • Galileo’s New Test Builder: Creating Open Response and Essay Item Types, Thursday, July 13 Time: 5:00-5:45 pm EDT / 2:00-2:45 pm MST Register. Click the "Upcoming" tab.





Monday, May 29, 2017

Galileo® Pre-K Online: Assessment and Curriculum Fidelity Tool

Galileo Pre-K Online provides early childhood educators a complete curriculum, fully integrated into an assessment and reporting system that links curriculum, assessment, planning, individualization, and program outcomes. Galileo provides a data-driven, research-based, and standards-aligned approach to providing developmentally appropriate learning opportunities for infants, toddlers, and children ages 3 through 5.

An integrated assessment and curriculum system such as Galileo Pre-K is most effective in promoting children’s learning when implementation is consistent, managed and monitored. Fidelity of implementation occurs when programs use the Galileo Pre-K Online system in the way that ATI designed it to be used. To assist programs in evaluating the fidelity of implementation, ATI has created the Galileo Pre-K Online: Assessment and Curriculum Fidelity Tool. Through monitoring efforts and observational data collected with the Assessment and Curriculum Fidelity Tool, appropriate use of Galileo Pre-K can be verified. The Assessment and Curriculum Fidelity Tool is divided into four focus areas: monitoring Galileo use, the physical classroom environment, professional practices, and management and instruction.  Each focus area is made up of guiding questions to assist the administrator in monitoring implementation and includes a Specific Examples/Notes section for documenting evidence, data sources, and special comments or notes. The administrator utilizing the Assessment and Curriculum Fidelity Tool can identify areas where support, feedback, training and professional development can further continuous improvement.

Learn more about this tool by attending the Assessment and Curriculum Fidelity Tool Learning on Demand Webinar.
Date:  Wednesday, July 12
Time: 1:00-1:30 pm EDT / 10:00-10:30 am MST

To register for the session contact ATI’s Professional Development Department at 1-800-367-4762 or register by clicking the Upcoming Tab.

Monday, May 22, 2017

New: Customizable and Efficient Staff Launchpad

The new customizable Staff Launchpad for teachers and administrators, ATI's latest enhancement to Galileo, went live in mid-May. Getting started with the user-friendly Launchpad is easy. Log into Galileo on any device and you will be taken directly to your own Launchpad where you will find colorful, quick-access navigational tiles. The default set of tiles is customized with commonly used Galileo interfaces based on your role as a teacher or administrator. You can personalize your Launchpad by adding tiles for other Galileo interfaces, creating your own tiles with links to external websites, or deleting tiles. Plus, you can also change the color, icon and order of the navigational tiles. We hope you will be pleased with the ways in which the Galileo Staff Launchpad saves you time and brings you limitless customizable options. 

Staff Launchpad offers efficiency in navigating through Galileo.

An earlier release, the Student Launchpad, is accessible through the Galileo K-12 Student-Parent Center and provides users with four navigational tiles. The Student Launchpad tiles provide quick access to frequently used interfaces including Take Test, Assignments/Dialogs, Test Results, and the Calendar.

Student Launchpad features color tiles for access areas in Galileo quickly.

Learn more about Galileo and the innovative tools by contacting our Field Services Coordinators.  

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

ATI Collaborations: Ensuring That You Stay Ahead of the Curve

ATI has a history of working with the state departments of education in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania and is approved as a provider of assessment and/or curriculum services in various capacities in these states. ATI also works with state educational administrators, project partners, and client districts/charters to help these entities design, implement, and evaluate plans to elevate student achievement and improve instructional effectiveness. 



ATI also integrates content and technology from other organizations into Galileo and provides web resources available through content providers. Examples of web resources include KHAN ACADEMY®, LearnZillion, and EngageNY. The newest ATI partner is GradeCam with technology supporting scanning from cameras; the integration is scheduled for release in July 2017.
For more information about our working relationships, access the Partners web page.  

Monday, May 1, 2017

Galileo Dashboard Reports Facilitate Differentiated Instruction

Did you know that Galileo K-12 Dashboard reports provide educators with the right tools for facilitating data-driven, standards-based, differentiated instruction of three essential types?  Instruction can be differentiated based on:
  • 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 Report; and
  • pattern of progress mastery instruction guided through information from the Student Growth and Achievement Report.
Students have easy access through Galileo to a broad range of differentiated instructional learning opportunities aligned with their learning needs and pattern of progress. Galileo Instructional Dialogs offer access to a variety of resources including district/educator developed/determined materials and resources available on the web such as those from KHAN ACADEMY® and LearnZillion. Both local resources and those from the web can be delivered through customized Instructional Dialogs in Galileo.


Galileo Instructional Dialogs offer students interactive, multimodal opportunities to learn and apply skills. In addition, practice items with real-time feedback are embedded throughout the Dialogs along with a brief formative assessment at the end of instruction to help measure impact.


Galileo also provides direct links to web-based instructional resources such as those from KHAN ACADEMY® and LearnZillion. As with Dialogs, these materials may be viewed, selected and scheduled for a student, class or tiered intervention group.


These unique Galileo features facilitate rapid planning and scheduling of learning opportunities for all students. Contact our friendly and knowledgeable Field Services Coordinators to learn more or read more and view an illustration of planning differentiated instruction at the standards mastery level.

* Please note: All KHAN ACADEMY® content is available for free at www.khanacademy.org.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Seminar Recap: Evidence-Based Digital Curriculum Takes Center Stage in Arizona Classrooms

Districts from all over the state traveled to Phoenix to attend the Evidence-Based Digital Curriculum Takes Center Stage in Arizona Classrooms seminar co-hosted by Crane Elementary School District (CESD) and Assessment Technology Incorporated (ATI). Attendees received a first-hand look at Dynamic Curriculum Strategies, a curriculum solution by CESD and offered through the Galileo Digital Curriculum Platform from ATI. 

Speakers presented the evidence-based curriculum aligned to Arizona State Standards which teachers could easily begin using in the classroom. The curriculum supports a logical approach to assessment and interactive instruction with opportunities to personalize learning for students with a spectrum of needs. It is provided through the Galileo Digital Curriculum Platform where it is integrated with the Galileo assessment and reporting components. The intuitive Platform makes it easy to merge curriculum content with formative/benchmark assessments and reporting. The Platform also empowers educators to deliver evidence-based differentiated instruction and quickly evaluate the impact of curriculum and instruction on student mastery of standards.

Together CESD and ATI are pioneering the next generation of educational innovations through delivery of the best in curriculum, educational practice, online technology, assessment, and research. We invite you to view and share the presentation materials.  For more information about:
·         Dynamic Curriculum Strategies, contact CESD by email or call 928.373.3425

·         Galileo Digital Curriculum Platform, contact ATI by email  or call 1.800.367.4762  

Monday, April 10, 2017

Various Ways to Create the Formative Assessments You Need!

Galileo® is designed to be truly flexible, enabling teachers to assess mastery of specific skills and objectives in a way the works best for them. Galileo includes multiple easy-to-use assessment creation interfaces including those in Test Builder and Dialog Builder. Both of these interfaces have undergone redesigns that make developing formative assessments and Instructional Dialogs (including integrated assessments) even easier. These interfaces provide teachers with the ability to quickly and easily create tests from the Galileo Community Item Banks, the Inspect® item bank, or District-created item banks as well as to create their own items (including TE items). Additionally, Galileo includes technology to import assessments created outside of the system.
The Test Builder interface is designed for teachers and is now optimized for desktops, laptops, and tablets. It offers the following key capabilities:
  • search item banks by standard or item family
  • refine searches by DOK and item type
  • add, reorder, and/or delete items quickly
  • view a summary of your current test items at the same time as your current search results
  • access online student and teacher previews of your test
  • access quick links to schedule the test and print if needed for offline student test booklets once the test is published

And there is more to come. We plan to include an enhanced Item Builder in Test Builder. It will enable teachers to create multiple types of items including selected-response, constructed-response, and technology-enhanced items. 
Creating a TE item within the integrated Item Builder.
The Dialog Builder interface is supportive by automatically generating formative class assessments built directly into online Instructional Dialog lessons and assignments. Dialogs make it possible to assess what is learned and guide learning by providing immediate feedback during the learning process. Dialogs may include multimedia content such as images, video presentations, and sound and can be viewed correctly on desktops, laptops, and tablets. 
Redesigned interface of the Galileo Dialog Builder.
If teachers want to use assessments created outside of Galileo – no problem! The assessments can simply be uploaded using Automated Scoring Key (ASK) technology. Teachers can even upload an existing test booklet and create an answer key shell including the standard (optional) and correct response for each item on the assessment. Once created, ASK assessments can be scheduled, administered, scored, and reported on like any other assessment within Galileo.

Schedule a Galileo Overview to learn more.

Monday, April 3, 2017

New Powerful Launchpad for K-12 Student-Parent Center

The new Launchpad for the K-12 Student-Parent Center, ATI's latest enhancement to Galileo, went live the last week of March. When a student first logs into the Center, they see four tiles, each providing quick access to a frequently used interface. With one click, Galileo knows which interface to present: Take Tests, complete Assignments/Dialogs, view Test Results, or view an interactive Calendar. The Launchpad makes it fast and easy for students and parents to get where they need to go. Plus, not only are the tiles easy and pleasant to use, they have a positive impact on the scalability of the system as a whole. We hope you and your students will enjoy using them.  Let us know what you think at GalileoInfo@ati-online.com.


To learn more about the Launchpad and other Galileo features, contact a knowledgeable field services coordinator. 


Monday, March 27, 2017

How to Utilize the Galileo Pre-K Online DL Score to Evaluate and Support Early Learners


The Galileo Pre-K Online Developmental Level (DL) Score is a summarized measure of ability. The DL Score indicates a child’s position on his or her path of developmental progress. When generated for a group of children, it will reveal the group’s average position on the path of development. The path is comprised of a series of empirically ordered capabilities outlining a developmental progression for each scale or developmental area. 

When we know the ability of a child or a group, as summarized by the DL score, we know the capabilities that have been learned and the goals that a child or group is likely ready to learn next and in the future. The DL Score is a valuable data point for planning and monitoring progress towards school readiness.

After the teacher contributes his or her knowledge of a child’s ability by saving observations, the DL Score provides specific information on emerging capabilities by identifying “Ready Now” or “Plan Now” goals. These readiness suggestions provide the basis for planning appropriately challenging instruction.

For DL Score interpretation reference, please see the following links to our research:
  •         Estimation of how much the DL Score typically increases based on the length of time enrolled
  •        DL Score ranges with corresponding achievement levels of beginning, intermediate, or advanced for children of age 3-5 years and birth to 3 years
  •         Predicted individual child DL Score based on the child’s age

 The DL Score can communicate progress to educators at home and in the classroom, identify an intervention opportunity, and inform which skills are ready to be learned for all children at all levels.

Visit ATI Exhibit #527 at the National Head Start Association Conference in Chicago April 7-10 or schedule an online Galileo Overview for more information.


Written by Deborah Kinzer, Field Services Coordinator

Monday, March 20, 2017

Save the Date: April 10 Spring Seminar

Evidence-Based Digital Curriculum Takes Center Stage in Arizona Classrooms


Get a first-hand look at Dynamic Curriculum Strategies, a curriculum solution created by Crane Elementary School District (CESD) and offered through the Galileo® Digital Curriculum Platform from Assessment Technology Incorporated (ATI). Attend this statewide seminar illustrating how the cutting edge, evidence-based curriculum that is completely aligned to Arizona State Standards can be easily implemented by all Arizona school districts/charters.

Dynamic Curriculum Strategies offers a standards-based curriculum for grades K-8, affiliated resources, aligned assessments, and reporting all-in-one cost effective approach. This learning system offers a logical approach to assessment and interactive instruction with opportunities to personalize learning supporting students with a spectrum of needs. The curriculum is provided through the Galileo Digital Curriculum Platform where it is integrated with the Galileo assessment and reporting components. The intuitive Platform makes it easy to merge curriculum content with formative/benchmark assessments and reporting. The Platform also empowers educators to deliver evidence-based differentiated instruction and quickly evaluate the impact of curriculum and instruction on student mastery of standards. Plus, teachers can access on-demand instruction and assessment resources from ATI, EngageNY, KHAN ACADEMY®, and LearnZillion and easily link them to Dynamic Curriculum Strategies offerings.

Together CESD and ATI are pioneering the next generation of educational innovations through delivery of the best in curriculum, educational practice, online technology, assessment, and research. We invite you to come see for yourself by hearing from local leaders and participating in a curriculum strategies breakout session. You won’t want to miss this breakthrough event.

Date: Monday, April 10, 2017 from 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Location: University of Phoenix - Main Campus, Room 401, 1625 W. Fountainhead Parkway, Tempe AZ 85282
Cost: The seminar is complimentary.
Parking: A complimentary parking garage is located on the east side of the building. Please do not park in the visitor, reserved, or student spaces.
Light refreshments will be served.

Register today to join us for this enlightening seminar. 
Learn more


Monday, March 13, 2017

Keeping You Informed and Positive Experiences Are Top Goals for ATI

Keeping you informed and providing positive experiences with Galileo are major goals of ATI and we continue to work diligently to meet those goals. Accordingly, ATI is pleased to announce a new communication page available to all clients from multiple online locations. This Status Page can be checked by you at any time and it relays real-time information about Galileo current performance, scheduled maintenance, and recent past performance. Incident reports will be posted promptly on the page and will display information about both the incident and the real-time stage of resolution

The ATI Status page can be accessed directly at http://status.ati-online.com. Additionally, links to the page can be found in three convenient locations: 1. the “Technical Support Request” form on the ATI website, 2. the “Contact Us” form on the ATI website, and 3. the application login pages.  

ATI Status Page a communication page available to all clients.

Monday, March 6, 2017

Assessing Pre-K Children Using Multiple Criteria

Include Your Custom Scales in the Outcomes Analysis Report

The Galileo Pre-K Outcomes Analysis Report supports assessing children using multiple criteria and can now be generated for custom client-created assessment scales. The Outcomes Analysis Report is a powerful report enabling programs to analyze progressive data for one or several assessment scales over multiple time periods in one report. The report may include aggregated or disaggregated data for an entire program, center, class, or at the individual child level. The report allows users to select multiple scales, more than three time periods, and include selected centers or classes in a single report.  

For more information on Galileo reports, schedule an overview or join us April 7-10 in Chicago where ATI will be exhibiting at the NHSA Head Start Conference and Expo. Deborah Kinzer, one of our friendly and knowledgeable Field Services coordinators, will be available at ATI Exhibit #527 for demonstrations of the system.

The Outcomes Analysis Report may be used to view children’s learning gains in one or more developmental domains across multiple time periods. 

Monday, February 27, 2017

Coming Soon: EngageNY Content via Galileo K-12 Online

Soon the EngageNY Common Core Math and English Language Arts Curriculum will be accessible through Galileo. The curriculum contains Math and English Language Arts (ELA) units/modules and lesson plans for grades Kindergarten through 8th grade.  Additionally, direct access to the high school curriculum including ELA 9th-12th grade content and Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Pre-calculus will be available through Galileo. The EngageNY curriculum components exist through Galileo as links to the live EngageNY website.

There are a number of benefits of using the EngageNY curriculum through Galileo including the ability to guide curriculum implementation by scheduling each unit/module for the desired duration. The EngageNY units/modules can be scheduled by district- and school-levels users using the Galileo Bulk Scheduler tool. Scheduled EngageNY units/modules will be displayed on the Teacher Dashboard Calendar page. From this page, teachers can preview scheduled units/modules as well as schedule EngageNY lesson plans to further support instruction. 

Contact your friendly and knowledgeable field services coordinator for more information. 

Monday, February 20, 2017

New: Intuitive Galileo Test Builder & Coming Soon: TE Item Builder Component

You can now preview and begin using the powerful new Galileo Test Builder interface. The easy-to-use assessment creation tool is an intuitive, point-and-click interface for creating common formative assessments at the school and class level using items including technology enhanced items that articulate directly to selected objectives. Designed for teachers and optimized for desktops, laptops, and tablets, Test Builder offers the following capabilities:

  • Search item banks by standard or item family
  • Refine searches by Depth of Knowledge (DOK) and item type
  • Quickly add, reorder, and/or delete items
  • View a summary of your current test items at the same time as your current search results
  • Easily access online student and teacher previews of your test
  • Once your test is published, access quick links to schedule the test and print if needed for offline student test booklets

TE Item Builder Component: The capability for teachers to create technology-enhanced items within Test Builder is currently under development and scheduled for release in spring 2017.


Quickly add, reorder and/or delete items. Easily access Test Builder tools to create new tests, edit test attributes, and preview tests.

For further information on Test Builder functions and how to generate tests contact your Field Services Coordinator or access the Help files via the Galileo application. 

Monday, February 13, 2017

ATI’s Webinar Series Highlights the Galileo Comprehensive Assessment System

The webinar “Seeing the Big Picture with Galileo’s Comprehensive Assessment System” was well received and viewed by many educators. Thank you to all who logged on and participated in the event. The webinar gave insight into the different components of the Galileo comprehensive assessment system and answered the following questions:
  • What is the Galileo comprehensive assessment system?
  • What makes a benchmark series comprehensive?
  • How do teachers and administrators use the data generated from Galileo?
  • What tools does Galileo offer to incorporate student performance data into measures of instructional and/or educator effectiveness.  
View the webinar and share it with a colleague. 
Access more information regarding comprehensive assessment system.
Request a guided demonstration from our friendly Field Services Coordinators.




ATI webinars offer exciting insight into Galileo technology. They are complimentary and are recorded for later viewing. The recordings can be accessed from the ATI website along with many other helpful videos, Dialogs, and webisodes. 

Monday, February 6, 2017

ATI Professional Development Offerings and New Spring Learning on Demand Schedule

“I loved this course. I feel so much more confidant because of it. I must say all the trainings I have done on Galileo have been excellent. Not only are they of high quality but largely free of charge or at very small cost. Thank you for all the help you have given us,” says Dr. Chrissy Lindsley, Educational Coordinator, Clay Center, KS.

ATI offers a comprehensive, customized Professional Development (PD) and training program which is complimented by our variety of online resources. The trainings are provided by our PD staff who come to you direct from the classroom and are well-versed in both educational theory and practice. In addition to degrees in education, they have substantial educational experience and are sensitive to the needs and challenges facing today’s educators.

Learning on Demand (LOD) webinar sessions are part of the comprehensive ATI PD offerings and are provided at no cost. The spring schedule of Pre-K and K-12 LOD sessions is now available for registration (click the “Upcoming” tab in the Training Center). LOD webinar sessions are offered at multiple times and on multiple days throughout the year. Once recorded, the sessions are available on demand in the Galileo system. 


Register today for a Learning on Demand spring webinar session:
K-12 spring schedule 
Pre-K spring schedule

Access the recorded sessions:
K-12 Learning on Demand webinar recordings
Pre-K Learning on Demand webinar recordings

If you need assistance or would like further information on training offerings, contact ATI’s Professional Development Department at 800.367.4762 or e-mail ProfessionalDevelopment@ati-online.com.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Teachers and Students Benefit from Using Flexible Galileo Instructional Dialogs

Galileo K-12 Online includes over a thousand Instructional Dialogs in reading/language arts, mathematics, and science available to teachers for use in instruction. Galileo Instructional Dialogs are customizable, interactive, online instructional lessons. They are aligned to standards and designed to increase standards mastery and assessment skills, particularly those associated with technology enhanced items. The latter is true because Instructional Dialogs provide a safe environment in which students can gain experience with technology-enhanced forms of assessment similar to those they can expect to encounter on the statewide assessments. 

Instructional Dialogs are an excellent time-saving resource for teachers. In Galileo, teachers can:

  • schedule and use existing Instructional Dialogs
  • build their own Instructional Dialogs, and even 
  • modify existing Instructional Dialogs to tailor them to their goals and students' needs. 

Instructional Dialogs built by one teacher can be shared with other teachers through Galileo. Instructional Dialogs can also be assigned to individual students, entire classes, or district-wide. The flexible nature of Instructional Dialogs enables teachers to use them as a presentation-style lesson in front of the entire class, as a student-focused task in a lab or one-to-one computer resourced classroom, or even as an assignment outside of class for students with Internet access.

To learn more about using Instructional Dialogs, please contact our friendly and knowledgeable Field Services Coordinators.