Get It, Got It, Go! (GGG) is a quick, efficient and repeatable tool that is useful in measuring children’s risk and progress in critical language and early literacy indicators. These individual growth and development indicators (IGDIs) are: picture naming, rhyming and alliteration. Presented here is information about administering and reporting the assessment results and a link to the log-in page for reporting GGG scores.
ODE Policy on Get It, Got It, Go! Administration and Reporting includes details on administering the GGG assessment and reporting student scores to the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), including how to meet assessment timelines, confirm accuracy of student scores and maintain student score records.
Get It, Got It, Go! Frequently Asked Questions presents answers regarding GGG assessment administration, reporting, accommodations, appropriate use of test materials and helpful teacher tips.
Get It, Got It, Go! Teacher Score Recording Sheet may be used by teachers to document individual students' scores and to assist Education Management Information System (EMIS) coordinators or other personnel with data entry in EMIS. Do not send this form to ODE.
Get it, Got it, Go! (GGG) Score Interpretation Workbook
• Provides basic information about GGG.
• Explains how to organize and interpret GGG scores.
• Provides guidance for using data gained from repeated GGG assessments during the year, as well as additional information for providing instruction based on GGG assessment results.
• Provides resources and book lists to support instructional planning, as well as charts for
organizing GGG scores.