Thank you for stopping by the Atomic Learning booth at the recent TCEA Conference. As promised, we wanted to share with you the video featuring highlights of the I AM [ an educator ] photos. You can view the the video by clicking on the image above and all the photos here.
If you've visited with us at another conference and missed your photo, you can see previous highlight videos here.
If you are going to TCEA, stop by booth #1635 and chat with the Atomic Learning team members that are there! If you have a few minutes, share your story with the I AM [an educator] video project. Check out what other educators have shared:
Looking for presentations? Check out our partner Carmen Garcia from McAllen ISD as she gives her presentation "Transforming Learning through Technology" from 2:30-3:30 in room 18C on February 6th. With the largest iPad initiative in the nation, McAllen has a lot to share about their mobile learning plans.
Also, Atomic Learning's Laurie Davis will be giving a presentation, "Aligning Technology & Curriculum Through Online Professional Development." Be sure to check out the presentation in room 1 on level 1, adjacent to the exhibit hall entrance. The presentation will take place on February 6th from 1:15-2:15.
Educators in the state of Texas now have an opportunity to learn how to use emerging technologies and apply them to the classroom while earning Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements. Atomic Learning has recently been approved as a provider by the Texas State Board of Education enabling staff in districts that have a subscription to earn CPE credits for tutorials they view from Atomic Learning’s vast library of tutorials.
In addition, any districts who committed to the Texas Steps Up Initiative are invited to further expand their professional development efforts with Atomic Learning. This funding gives educators an opportunity to have access to the vast library of tutorials and tech integration projects from Atomic Learning. And, the content is aligned with the updated TEKS standards as well as Common Core standards, based on Academic Benchmarks' review.
Are you attending TCEA? Stop by booth #1445 and share your Atomic Learning success story with us in honor of our 10th anniversary. Here are some ideas to inspire you:
How has Atomic Learning impacted your teachers and students?
Share your favorite memory of an Atomic Learning team member.
What would you like to see from Atomic Learning in the next 10 years?
Even if you're not attending TCEA, we still welcome your video. It’s easy; just use the camera on your computer, if you have one, or even better, grab a student with a flip camera to be your videographer! Simply record a 30- to 60-second video based on one of the following topics and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Atomic Learning promotes the practical application of technology in education.
Thousands of schools, colleges, and universities have made Atomic Learning an integral part of their professional development programs, a valuable curriculum supplement and an anytime/anywhere software training resource.