29 Mar

Top 5 Series to Bolster Your Résumé

in college-and-career-ready, Top 5
Atomic Learning has hundreds of courses focused on using and applying technology, but did you know that we also have training available for building in-demand soft skills that today’s employers are looking for? Here are 5 series that may come in handy for getting that coveted promotion or landing a new job:

24 Mar

Google Drive View - Guest Blog Post

in professional development, teacher PD, teachers, teaching, tech integration

Guest Post by Maria Burnham, Library Media Specialist

In Google Drive, remember that you can view your Drive folders and files in list view (default) or in "Grid View" if you prefer.  

One advantage to the Grid View is that you can see a preview of pictures uploaded to your Drive better than in list view.

To change to Grid View, look for the 2 x 2 grid of squares in the upper right corner of your drive screen.  


To switch back to list view, simply click on the icon of horizontal lines.  

Remember, Atomic Learning has training on Google Drive, if you want to learn more!

23 Mar

Weekly Giveaway Winner - 3/23/15

in winner

Congratulations to Wendy Wilson from Patrick County Public Schools in Stuart, VA, our Weekly Giveaway t-shirt winner!

21 Mar

5 Tools for Your Classroom

in career skills, classroom, classroom application, edtech, education technology, new

Looking to learn something new? Been meaning to look into that great new tech tool you heard about? Atomic Learning's online library has training on over 250 applications—plus soft skills, methodologies, and much more! Here's just a few of the most recent training topics that might spark your interest—and give you some ideas for your classroom!

Creating Digital Portfolios
Gone are the days of 4-inch think paper portfolios! Learn how to collect your digital samples and organize them into a digital portfolio that will wow potential employers in this online course.

In this course, you'll learn about Kahoot! A Kahoot is a collection of questions on specific topics. Created by teachers, students, business-people and social users, they are asked in real-time, to an unlimited number of “players”, creating a social, fun and game-like learning environment.

Coding in the Classroom
In this online training course, you will learn how to introduce coding concepts in your classroom and some of the tools that will help you do this efficiently and effectively. Each component of code will be broken down and then shown how to utilize in the Literacy and/or STEAM curriculum.

Training that demonstrates how technology can be used to foster Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking, and Creativity. This series includes several tool-specific examples for each of the 4C's.
Mystery Skype® is an educational game, invented by teachers, 
played by two classrooms on Skype®. The goal of the game is to guess the location of the other classroom by asking each other questions.

To see more new training, visit the Recent Releases tab, and check back often! Don’t  have access to Atomic Learning? You can request more information about how to access these training courses, projects, and more.

20 Mar

Check out the Office 2016 Preview!

in new

Office® 2016 for Mac® introduces the online and PC Office experience to Mac, with a little Mac twist such as full retina display support with thousands of retina-optimized graphics and full screen view. You can access your documents on OneDrive®, OneDrive for Business and SharePoint® on any device and more. In this online course, we will take a quick look at a few of the highlights, and changes that many Mac users have been waiting for.

Ready to check it out? Visit http://www.atomiclearning.com/office-2016-preview-training. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber? Request more information.

20 Mar

Striving Towards District-Wide Adoption: Substitute Teachers

in District-Wide Adoption
How are different areas in our customer districts using Atomic Learning? In the Striving Towards District-Wide Adoption blog series, we look at various departments and how our solutions meet their specific needs. This post focuses on Substitute Teachers. 

In their unique, temporary role, substitute teachers often find themselves in the stressful position of stepping into a classroom, sometimes with limited direction, especially in regard to technology. Atomic Learning’s on-demand training resources can help bring them up to speed on the technologies being used in the district, school, or classroom—helping them to make the most of their time in the classroom and to keep the students engaged in learning.

Highlighted training includes: