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GGG News & Updates (last revised 7/2/12)
Get it

Obtain informational materials and assessment tools for measuring the developmental growth of young children.

Got it

Enter individual child data, get score recording forms, and generate graphical reports to monitor the developmental growth of individual children and groups of children, and determine if intervention is necessary.

Go!

Communicate and collaborate about a child's progress over time and about intervention plans to improve child outcomes.

Big changes are coming to Get it, Got it, Go! and IGDIs, and we want to keep you up to date. 

Since 2010, we have been working to change the ways that IGDIs are made available, and on how Get it, Got it, Go! (or G3) is enhanced and made more useful. Our intent has been to make sure the measures (and resources to use them effectively) are widely available, that there is support for the growing group of IGDI users, and that we have the means to keep developing improvements and innovations in the years ahead.

Early Learning Labs has created myIGDIs – the new home for ordering IGDI kits, storing and reporting data, and finding out about new resources. In the near future, Early Learning Labs will also be the source for the next generation of measures for monitoring children’s growth and development. We hope you will check out Early Learning Labs – and think you’ll be happy with what you find. 

Please read in more detail what these changes are about and how they affect your use of the GGG site and IGDIs.

 

Get it Got it Go! is part of the Center for Early Education Development in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota. Get it Got it Go! is funded by the U.S. Department of Education.

 

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