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Happy Summer to everyone from the high ed team! Where did the summer go? I can’t believe it’s almost time for us in Minnesota to get out our parkas again!

We’ve been putting a lot of time into the higher education market here at Atomic Learning, and it keeps on getting better! Please remember to send me your ideas on how we can continue to improve our site!

Atomic Learning Launches Blended Learning

A new, comprehensive PD solution is now available to help educators achieve their ultimate goal of positively impacting student achievement in the classroom. To complement the extensive technology training and tech integration projects already available to subscribers through its website, Atomic Learning adds these high-impact courses facilitated by live instructors.

Personalized Learning: Start with the Teacher

I had the opportunity to attend a symposium this week, sponsored by SIIA, in partnership with ASCD and CCSO titled "Innovate to Educate: A Symposium on [Re]Design for Personalized Learning."  This session brought together educators, technology leaders and others interested in collaborating on the topic of personalized learning. 

New Content Alert: Over 1300 new or updated tutorials added

Atomic Learning announces the release of new content  spanning from Google Chrome 5 to PowerPoint 2010 – Intro both for PC and a fully updated series on Google Docs – A Focus on Documents. Tech Integration Projects include Building a Blog – Google Blogger and fully updated Searching the Web – Intro. We’ve also added Facebook for Educators in this release – take a look and learn how to connect and use Facebook effectively with your students.

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Atomic Learning Enhances Teacher Professional Development at Charlotte-Mecklenburg

Earlier this week, the instructional technology department at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) facilitated a technology seminar for the teachers in the district.  This seminar was funded through the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) grant, and was intended to help teachers understand how they can improve student achievement through the use of technology in their schools.