Atomic Learning is proud to announce its partnership with the Google™ Certified Teacher Academy for Educators and Administrators. With a select group of 50 teachers invited each year, Google Certified Teachers represent an outstanding group of educators dedicated to bringing innovative technologies to today’s students. As they complete the certification training, they are provided with one year of access to Atomic Learning ’s 21st Century Skills and Tech Integration professional development solution to support their professional development and tech integration goals.
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
How To Set Up a Technology Day in Your District
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
12 pm CST
With the seemingly impossible job of creating meaningful technology training opportunities for teachers and staff who are pressed for time, Tuloso-Midway ISD in Corpus Christi, Texas developed a “Teaching with Technology Day” which has become their very own district-wide technology conference.
Don Johnston, software developer and advocate for students with special needs, recently released a video entitled "The Case Against Assistive Technology." The video challenges educators to think differently about reading and writing accommodations in the everyday classroom. How will it change your classroom?
Fall greetings from the high ed team everyone! I hope everyone is getting the new school year off to a great start!
This year for the higher education team at Atomic Learning has been very busy, and we've come out with some great new package options and website upgrades. We've listened to what our customers want, as we always try to do, and we've made the necessary changes.