Look for us at #ICE2013 and win!

Are you going to the Illinois Computing Educators (#ICE2013) Conference on February 26th? If so, stop by booth #506 and talk with Carla! She'll be giving a free trial to one of our products to those who tweet using the hashtag #booth506.

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EdTech at a Glance - Infographic

Edudemic.com recently posted an infographic which shows great promise for our young students regarding technology. For example,

Today 70% of children between the ages of 2-5 can operate a computer mouse, but only 11% of them can tie their own shoes. At the start of the 21st century only half of all school classrooms had Internet access, compared to 98% today.

Check out this incredibly long but extremely useful infographic from Learn Stuff to ‘learn’ even more!

Schools and Districts invited to participate in 9th annual Speak Up National Research Project

Atomic Learning and Project Tomorrow invite all schools and districts to participate in the 9th annual Speak Up National Research Project.  Speak Up provides a quick and easy way for your students, parents, teachers, librarians and administrators to have a voice in local, state and national discussions about emerging technologies in education.

Plus, every participating school and district gets back their own stakeholder data from the online surveys to use for grant writing, ed tech plans, budgets, professional development and community engagement.  No need to create your own surveys – Speak Up does all the work for you!   Just register your school or district at http://www.speakup4schools.org/speakup2011/, pick a password and promote the survey link to your community.   

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.