Tis the season to show those around us how much we appreciate them. Check out this website to see how you can thank our educators. Share how a teacher, colleague or student has inspired you by following these guidelines within the next couple days. (Hey - you can even win fun stuff if your shout-out gets enough notice!)
In honor of our 10th anniversary, we’d like you to share your stories with us. It’s easy; just use the camera on your computer, if you have one, or even better, grab a student with a flip camera to be your videographer! Simply record a 30- to 60-second video based on one of the following topics and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 10, 2010.
Does your district provide access to Atomic Learning, but you haven't explored all of the resources yourself? Atomic Learning customers are invited to this free online training session to learn more about the key features of Atomic Learning for professional development, how-to training, and classroom tech integration. This session will cover:
- How to access just in time training
- An overview of professional development tools
- Resources to integrate today’s technology into your curriculum with one easy search
The nation has been focused on the subject of bullying after the well-publicized college student suicide last month. A district in Texas shares how it plans to use Atomic Learning to offer training to educators, students and parents on cybersafety, see the full article here.
Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow®, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues. Each year, findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers. Participating schools and districts can access their data online, free-of-charge.
The purpose of the project is to: