31 Oct

Helping Students Stay Focused on Learning

in learning, online, student achievement, tech embedded classrooms, tech integration, technology integration, training

Listen as Richardson ISD's Ryan Wright shares how Atomic Learning has helped him stay focused on learning and takes the hassle out helping him learn the technologies he needs. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber? Learn more.

31 Oct

Educators: Download Free Full-Version Autodesk Software

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Did you know? Autodesk provides FREE access to students, teachers and schools around the world. 

According to their website:

Imagine, design, and create a better world with help from Autodesk Education. Get free access to the software used to make the games, movies, buildings, and products that inspire you. Autodesk is a world leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software for manufacturing, building and construction, and media and entertainment.

Learn more.

30 Oct

We want YOU as an eLearning Contributor #autoCAD #python #java #revit #adobe

in e-learning, eLearning Developers
In addition to a staff of full time in-house eLearning Developers, Atomic Learning regularly seeks out contributors for specialized projects. These eLearning Contributors consist of a knowledgeable group of individuals who are either subject-matter experts or are experienced in related fields that work with Atomic Learning to share their expertise with a worldwide audience, enhance their skill set, and supplement their income. So, without further ado, we ask:
  • Are you looking to make some extra cash?
  • Does technology or a new software release make you giddy?
  • Have you ever been called a geek by your colleagues because of said passion for technology?
  • Do you find sharing this knowledge with others is a rewarding experience? 
  • Have you used screen recording tools to share technology and dazzle your colleagues?  
30 Oct

2014 Technology and Professional Development Survey Results Released #techpd14

in edtech, education technology, effective PD, online PD, personal learning communities, professional development, social media, social networking, teacher PD

From the abacus to the calculator, the chalkboard to SMARTBoards, technology has had an immense impact on education and how students learn. However, technology is only one piece of the puzzle. Bill Gates said it best: “Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.”

But how are teachers using technology? And how are teachers maintaining expertise in the areas of teaching and new technology?

With these themes in mind, the USC Rossier School of Education’s online Master of Arts in Teaching set out to answer these questions by surveying current educators as to how and why they’re using technology, such as social media and Twitter chats, to form their own professional development.

Curious about the results? Read more.

29 Oct

New Content Alert: HTML5 - Typography & Page Structuring Training

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In this online training series, Lawrence Turton covers the ease of HTML 5, the various elements that have been removed from the code, typography definitions, styling and using word break, as well as page structuring elements and semantic layout. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber? Request more information.

29 Oct

Atomic Learning Expands Commitment to Protecting the Privacy and Security of Student Data

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Ed Tech Training Company Joins Pledge to Advance Student Data Privacy Protection

Ed tech training leader Atomic Learning is among several other K-12 Service Providers that signed the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA)’s Pledge to safeguard student privacy built around a dozen commitments regarding the collection, maintenance, and use of student personal information.