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30 Jul

This May be the Most Powerful 1:52 Seconds of Your Day #cpchat #edadmin #youmatter

in Leadership, new, school leaders, student achievement, teacher PD, teachers

As a school leader, you can and do make a difference. If you take no other moment to pause in your day today, take 1:52 seconds to watch this video and then learn more about how you can bring this life-changing message to your teachers and staff to make a difference in teacher fulfillment and student engagement. It’s worth the time, and so are they!

29 Jul

Tech Solutions for Students with Autism - Guest Blog Post #sped

in new

Who better to speak to the topic of Tech Solutions for Students with Autism than the eLearning Contributor who developed the new training series himself?

Guest Blog Post by Sam Hostetler, eLearning Contributor

24 Jul

Angela Maiers Empowers Educators in New Online Courses

in new

Atomic Learning Partners with Familiar, Dynamic Personality to Bring Educators her Unique Training Collection

In a continued focus to drive a revolution in education, Atomic Learning recently added a professional development collection featuring experienced educator and renowned speaker Angela Maiers to its training library.

By working with renowned education thought-leaders like Maiers and Leslie Fisher, Atomic Learning is creating and fostering a network of educators who are subject matter experts to add valuable education-based instructional content to the vast education training collection.

15 Jul

Top 5 Courses Including Google Photos, Engaging Lessons Using Multimedia, and more!

in new

Who better to share what they think is the best of the best than those who determine what content is added to the Atomic Learning library? Our eLearning team recently shared with us what they thought were some of the top courses recently added to the site. We've also included why they think this content is so cool--we hope you agree!

Take a look, login, and learn!
 

Google Photos

14 Jul

New Content Alert: Instagram Training, and more!

in new

Atomic Learning recently added new courses to its training library, log in and check it out:

27 Jun

Using Office 365 - Guest Blog Post

in new, professional development, teacher PD, tech embedded classrooms, tech integration

Who better to speak to using Office 365 than the eLearning Contributor who developed the training herself?

Guest Blog Post by Teresa Potter, eLearning Contributor

26 Jun

Office 365 for Administrators

in administrators, new

Who better to speak to using Office 365 for Administrators than the eLearning Contributor who developed the training herself?

Guest Blog Post by Teresa Potter, eLearning Contributor

Microsoft has been quickly growing its online Office applications since 2008, including adding many collaborative tools. Many schools and organizations have adopted Office 365 for their institution, which brings with it a set of administrator tools. In the spring of 2015, Microsoft made several layout and a few organizational changes to the Office 365 administrator tools with the goal of simplifying these workflows.  Atomic Learning has recently added a series of tutorial videos for new Office 365 administrators to introduce them to the key features of the dashboard as well as give them an understanding of the overall organization of these tools.  

25 Jun

Tech for Students with Learning Disabilities - Guest Blog Post #sped

in Atomic Assist, Special Education & Assistive Technology, new

Who better to speak to the topic of Tech for Students with Learning Disabilities than the eLearning Contributor who developed the new training series himself?

Guest Blog Post by Sam Hostetler, eLearning Contributor

24 Jun

Sneak Peek: iOS9 and Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan Training

in Apple, new

Excited to see what's coming in iOS9 and Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan? Log in and take a look at the 2 new Atomic Blast videos added to the Apple Tips & Tricks series. Keep watching for more updates to this training as new information is released.

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