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Through a partnership with Atomic Learning, schools can provide teachers, staff, students, and parents with Atomic Learning’s professional development resources that focus on tech integration. The Atomic Learning suite of products is designed to provide a comprehensive framework to bring technology and curriculum together, through targeted solutions for specific initiatives, such as mobile or Common Core. Atomic Learning features a guided, step-by-step path for tech integration through online teacher workshops, classroom-ready projects, assessments, and just-in-time training and support on programs relevant to district and individual technology needs. To learn more about Atomic Learning’s solution, visit

Atomic Learning Named SIIA Education CODiE Award Finalist for Best Professional Learning Solution for Education and Best Postsecondary Learning Solution

Atomic Learning announces that the company’s K12 and Higher Education solutions were named finalists for the 2014 SIIA Education CODiE Awards. Atomic Integrate was nominated for Best Professional Learning Solution for Education and Atomic Campus Integrate for Best Postsecondary Learning Solution. 

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Atomic Mobilize From Atomic Learning Wins Tech & Learning Award of Excellence

Atomic Learning has earned an Award of Excellence from Tech & Learning magazine. The company’s Atomic Mobilize product, a professional development solution that helps educators realize the full potential of mobile devices in the classroom, was selected as a winner in the “New Product” category by a panel of more than 30 educators, who tested more than 150 entries.

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Atomic Learning Announces Certified Partner Status with Instructure

Edtech training leader Atomic Learning announced today that it has attained Certified Partner status with Instructure, joining the ranks of other Instructure partners such as Pearson, McGraw Hill, Wiley and Adobe. Instructure builds Canvas, a modern and intuitive learning management system (LMS) used every day by more than 9 million teachers and students from more than 500 colleges, universities and school districts. In addition, the Cisco Networking Academy selected Canvas to power “The World’s Largest Classroom.”

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Atomic Learning Named EDDIE Award Winner by ComputED Gazette

Ed tech training leader Atomic Learning was recently named an EDDIE Award winner by ComputED Gazette for its professional development website.

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National Disability Awareness Month Recognized

In recognition of National Disability Awareness Month, Atomic Learning is offering its Accessibility: It IS Important workshop at no cost for a limited time. The workshop is part of the Atomic Assist solution, providing over 5,000 online video tutorials on common assistive technology software and hardware to help educators support ALL learners.

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New Online Training Workshop Helps Educators Develop a Badge Program for Rewarding Students

Ed tech training leader Atomic Learning has recently expanded its online training library to include a training workshop on using badges in the classroom. This online training workshop is made for teachers of any subject or grade level to learn how to develop a badge program of their own by following Colorado technology teacher Brad Flickinger’s 7 step program.

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Atomic Learning Attains IMS Global Learning Consortium Certification with LTI™ v1.0 Conformance

Edtech training leader Atomic Learning recently announced it has attained IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS GLC) Learning Tools Interoperability™  (LTI™) v1.0 certification to further extend the Atomic Learning Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) Tool functionality with the company’s education partners.

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New eBook Provides Support for School Leaders in Planning and Executing Technology Initiatives

A new eBook from Atomic Learning highlights why, as an administrator, planning for a technology initiative must go beyond buying the hardware. It’s not about the apps used or the type of mobile device. It’s about understanding how the technology can help educators advance students to reach their fullest potential.

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