A Teacher Dashboard is the most commonly used Dashboard for Teachers and other class-level users. You can schedule events, create tests and lessons, view test results, and quickly access your roster and student passwords from the Teacher Dashboard.
To view the Teacher Dashboard
- Log in to Imagine Galileo.
- Click the Dashboard icon ( ).
- Use the drop-down to select Teacher.
- Your class roster displays on the left side of the Teacher Dashboard when using either the Calendar or Report view.
Use the table below to learn more about the class roster.
Icon Description Shows the total number of students on your roster. Click the Lock icon to set or change a student user name and password. Click the Student icon to enroll or drop a student from your roster. Click the Print icon to print your roster. Click the Help icon to visit the Help Center. Click the Student Grid to display all students on your roster. The red number shows the total number of students on your roster. Click the Cake icon to see today's birthdays. The red number shows the total number of today's birthdays. Click the Bell icon to see upcoming birthdays. The red number shows the total number of upcoming birthdays. Click the Print All Birthday icon to print a list of birthdays for your students. The red number shows the number of today's birthdays. Click the Assessment History icon to load the student's Galileo Assessment History report. Click the Information icon to view a student's student ID, full name, login name, password, birthday, and Galileo enrollment date.
- Click Calendar or Reports in the views section to switch between Calendar and Reports views. Use the tabs to see detailed information about each view.
|Click +Build to build a new Test, Dialogue, Digitial Curriculum, or Lesson Plan to add to your calendar.|
|Click SCHEDULE to schedule a test, assignment, lesson plan, general event, or Bulk Scheduler item.|
|Click Print to print your calendar.|
|Click a colored box to filter your calendar by event type. By default, all events appear on your calendar. A full box displays the event type on your calendar. An empty box removes the event type from your calendar.|
|Use the date filter to change the view of your calendar from today, this month, this week, or a specific day. By default, the month view is shown.|
|Risk Level Summary||
The Risk Level Summary shows students that are at risk of not mastering their grade-level content or not demonstrating proficiency on the next state standardized assessment (if state test data is provided for forecasting). Each section of the graph shows the total number of students in each risk level. (On Course, Low, Moderate, High).
The Instruction Performance Tracker for all levels and Benchmark Results for Student Risk Levels are default reports that appear under the graph.
Click to print the Risk Level Summary.
The Recent Events summary displays recent assignments and assessment results and provides links to Favorite Reports.
The Detailed Item Analysis, Intervention Alert, and Test Monitoring are default reports that appear as links under each assessment. It is possible for a user to customize these report links to display their favorites. The Favorite Reports are unique for each user but apply to all tests.
Click to update the Recent Events summary.
Student Growth and Achievement
The Student Growth and Achievement Report (SGA) cross-classifies students in terms of student achievement and student growth. The student data is displayed in quadrants: Lower Growth, Higher Achievement, Lower Growth, Lower Achievement, Higher Growth, Higher Achievement, and Higher Growth, Lower Achievement.
The report can be filtered by grade level, subject, start and end tests.
Benchmark Performance Levels
The Benchmark Performance Level Report categorizes student progress on a series of benchmark assessments that have been placed on a common scale. This report displays the student’s Development Level (DL) score and performance level relative to the cut score on each benchmark assessment taken. By default, the cut scores on the benchmark assessments are set to correspond to percentile ranks that were identified to facilitate the classification of students for intervention or enrichment. Students with scores at or above the passing cut score are classified as having met the standards on the benchmark test. A pie chart illustrates the percentage of students in each Performance Level along with information about percent correct, Developmental Level (DL) scores, and standards mastery. A table shows detailed information for individual students as well as comparative data for the school and district. The Benchmark Performance Level Report is the default report that appears under the graph and table.
Click to print the Benchmark Performance Level summary.
If your district provided state test scores for forecasting then the cut scores on the benchmark assessments are set to correspond to the cut scores on the state standardized test. Additionally, the performance levels will reflect the language of the levels on the state test.