What's new at Atomic Learning?

25 Apr

New Workshop: Target Instructional Needs with Atomic Learning

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​In the Target Instructional Needs with Atomic Learning online training course, you'll learn how to set up a successful technology integration program for your school or district. This workshop will discuss how to set instructional goals and how to align those goals with technology solutions. You'll also learn how to utilize the power of Atomic Learning to find the right, low-barrier training solution for your technology needs. Included with this course are resources to help you along the way, including goal templates, interactive forms, and resource lists broken into instructional categories.​

21 Apr

New Content Alert: Streaming Music, Logic Pro X, Targeting Instruction Workshop, and more!

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

13 Apr

Target Instructional Needs - Guest Blog Post

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Who better to speak to instruction-focused technology integration than the eLearning Contributor who developed the training on this methodology himself?


Guest Blog Post by Ron Farrow, eLearning Contributor


I think as educators we are always looking out for what will have the most impact on student learning. We want to reach every student, all the time.  When it comes to technology, most teachers are not hesitant to include technology in their instruction, they just simply do not have the time for the major learning curve that often comes with the various programs or devices.  The issue with many technology integration programs is 3-fold:

  •     Overwhelming approach with a technology focus
  •     No time for learning curve
  •     Blanket training

In the Integration series for Atomic Learning, I discuss an instruction-focused approach to technology integration. By focusing on instruction and student learning, you eliminate the fear and anxiety that comes from new programs and new devices. You also begin to eliminate the learning curve for technology. The focus is on instruction, so the technology is targeted towards a specific goal.

12 Apr

Educators Benefit from SAMR Training Added to Training Library

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Atomic Learning recently added an online course on the SAMR model to its library.

"The new Atomic Learning training course on SAMR gives examples in English, Math, Social Studies, Science, World Language, Music, Art, Phy Ed, and even Assessment,” said the training’s developer and educator Stacci Barganz. “Teachers are encouraged to watch the examples both in their own subject area(s) and in other areas, because it may spark an idea that could be useful in their own classroom situation.”

The SAMR model was developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura, and it stands for Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition.

08 Apr

Top 5 New Courses Including Minecraft, SAMR, Office 2016 Preview, and more!

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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!

07 Apr

Using SAMR in your Subject Area: Need Some Ideas? - Guest Blog Post

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Who better to speak to integrating the SAMR model than the eLearning Contributor who developed the training on this methodology herself?

Guest Blog Post by Stacci Barganz, eLearning Contributor

As a former technology coach, one of the biggest complaints teachers always had was that they received training on different technologies that seemed very useful, but they never had any ideas on how to put those technologies into practice in their own classrooms. As a result of these conversations, I became more cognizant that I needed to find a way to communicate that with teachers, and I ran across the SAMR model.

The SAMR model was developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura, and it stands for Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition.

21 Mar

5 Tools for Your Classroom

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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!

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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.

19 Mar

New Content Alert: Training on Classflow, SAMR, and more!

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

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