Administrators: Check out this Tech Integration Secrets Webinar

This incredible webinar specifically designed for Administrators and Tech Coaches features tech integration specialist Brad Flickinger from Denver, Colorado. Brad's webinars are always energetic and fast-paced as he shares the secrets he uses with schools to get teachers to integrate technology and 21st Century Skills into their everyday lessons using the technology that is already in their schools.

This webinar will show you the plan for getting 21st Century Skills into your schools -- starting now.

Are you doing your part to keep students safe online?

Cyberbullying has become a topic of concern for all digital citizens and in honor of the recent National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we created this webcast to help educators like you bring awareness to your students. By teaching critical online safety and security skills, your students will become more cyber aware, both at school and at home.

This on-demand webcast walks you through all you need to know about internet safety. In only 10 minutes, learn how you can do your part to protect your students.

New MultimediaTech Integration Project: Tour My School

The new project "Tour My School" takes your students through the process of creating a video presentation using iMovie® '09. The tutorial movies demonstrate, step-by-step, how to construct a multimedia slideshow using the sample images provided in the downloadable resource packet. This project can be easily modified or adapted for creating presentations related to other curriculum areas where the integration of images, text, narration, and music might be desired.

Tech Teacher Finds Inspiration in Spotlight Training

Colorado tech teacher, Brad Flickinger, blogged about what he learned when he discovered Atomic Learning Spotlight training topics when he logged into Atomic Learning recently.

"The first thing to impress me were the Goals — they are broken down into three quick-read bullet points of Identify, Reflect and Plan. I could quickly review them and see if this was the right course for me. It was, so I continued."

Read more here.

North Carolina District Wins Urban Education Prize

Congratulations to Atomic Learning customer, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, named the 2011 winner of the Broad Prize for Urban Education.

Recognized by US Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, the district’s success in narrowing achievement gaps faster than any other district in North Carolina earned them the title.

Also recognized as runners-up were other Atomic Learning friends: Broward, Miami-Dade and Ysleta. Congratulations on all your achievements!

Coming Soon: Shorter Tech Skills Assessment Option

Based on customer feedback, Atomic Learning will soon be offering a shorter option for the Tech Skills Assessment. With this update, 2 options will be available: a 24-question and a 48-question assessment. The 24-question option is a shortened version of the 48-question assessment for those concerned with time constraints for completing within the class period.

Looking for Standards-Based Projects? Let Atomic Learning Help!

In the last year, a major change happened in education. The change is not one which grabbed headlines, but it did strongly influence education throughout the United States. Everyone involved in education knows of the Common Core State Standards, but very few understand how the new standards will influence classrooms on a day-to-day basis.

Atomic Learning Releases New Training Including GAME:IT and The Social and Interactive Web

Atomic Learning recently added new content to the site which includes new tutorials on Blackboard® 9.1, GAME:IT, Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), and a fully updated Google Docs training series. Also included in this new content release are a new tech integration project on SMART Board Notebook 10 and a new workshop entitled The Social and Interactive Web: Today’s Web 2.0.

In the new Blackboard® series, students will learn how to navigate the application, retrieve and submit assignments, take tests online, and use features such as a calendar and address book.

Created by award winning high school technology teachers specifically for high schools, GAME:IT is an introductory level game development course. This series features training for 11th and 12th grade students to learn the basics of game development, programming & graphic design along with the accompanying physics and math concepts used in building a real, working game.

How Can Atomic Learning Help? K-12 Users, sign up for a free webinar today!

"Integrating technology" is often talked about, but not always taught about... what are effective strategies for integrating technology, where's a good place to start, and how can Atomic Learning help?

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:

Stretch the Impact of Your Funding

Funding for education is always a concern, but when tight budgets force heavier workloads and elimination of positions it becomes even more important. Investing your grant dollars in Atomic Learning eases the strain on your tech and professional development teams so they can continue to bring effective embedded professional development to your district.

Complimentary eBook: Repurposing Funds to Shift Curriculum

At Atomic Learning, we strive to make it easy for educators to learn new technology and encourage integration in the classroom to positively impact student achievement. We offer this free resource in support of our mission to guide educators.

Here's an excerpt from the introduction: In terms of size, Little Falls, Minnesota is a small speck on the map. With a population of just over 8,000 and a manufacturing-based economy, the town, like many across the nation, has recently faced some challenging economic times.

The district has risen from the ashes like the proverbial phoenix and now has a 1:1 initiative.

And this isn’t just any 1:1 initiative, it’s a complete shift in the curriculum that is driving true change in both teaching and learning.

It’s about more than the technology. It’s about engagement.

Encore Presentation: Tech Integration Secrets for Administrators Webinar

We have added an encore presentation webinar specifically designed for Administrators and Tech Coaches featuring tech integration specialist Brad Flickinger from Denver, Colorado. Join us as Brad shares the secrets he uses with schools to get teachers to integrate technology and 21st Century Skills into their everyday lessons using the technology that is already in their schools.

This webinar will show you the plan for getting 21st Century Skills into your schools -- starting now.

Register today:

Webinar Tomorrow: Tech Integration Secrets for Administrators

We have put together an incredible webinar specifically designed for Administrators and Tech Coaches featuring tech integration specialist Brad Flickinger from Denver, Colorado. Brad's webinars are always energetic and fast-paced as he shares the secrets he uses with schools to get teachers to integrate technology and 21st Century Skills into their everyday lessons using the technology that is already in their schools.

Webinar: Tech Integration Secrets for Administrators

We have put together an incredible webinar specifically designed for Administrators and Tech Coaches featuring tech integration specialist Brad Flickinger from Denver, Colorado. Brad's webinars are always energetic and fast-paced as he shares the secrets he uses with schools to get teachers to integrate technology and 21st Century Skills into their everyday lessons using the technology that is already in their schools.

This webinar will show you the plan for getting 21st Century Skills into your schools -- starting now.

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