The Atomic TechCore solution from Atomic Learning helps school leaders and educators plan and execute a solid road map for curriculum to meet the requirements of the Common Core State Standards.
New to the Atomic TechCore solution is the lesson entitled "Fish Tank: Research, Writing, & Presentation," which uses an online wiki to create a collaborative environment where students present and discuss information related to an allegorical story they have read. Students will learn Internet search techniques, as well as how to evaluate the information they find on the Web for credibility and accuracy.
What is meant by "21st Century Skills?" How do they relate to what I should be teaching in my classroom? These are just some of the questions that you might be asking when you hear the term "21st Century Skills."
Watch this online presentation by Brad Flickinger, technology teacher at Bethke Elementary School in Timnath, Colorado, as he shares the tools he's used to introduce 21st Century Skills to his students and the impact he has seen.
Check out this new tech integration project, "Documenting Kitchen Science" featuring the iMovie for iPad app. This project involves creating a short "documentary" about a dynamic "kitchen science" experiment that uses milk, food coloring, and dish soap to learn about surface tension and convection.
Your students will learn how to capture raw video footage and still shots with the iPad that will be brought into a new iMovie for iPad project. And, how to edit clips, add titles & transitions, and add voiceover narration and music to our movie before exporting the finished product to share with others. Ready to start? Learn more.
Atomic Learning has once again proved it has something for everyone! Take a look at this video to see a preview of what’s coming soon. And, if your school is considering moving to the cloud, you’ll really want to see this!
Whether you’re a Tech Coordinator or Curriculum Director working with tech integration, a PD Director assigning training, or even a teacher or student learning new software, Atomic Learning has the training to meet your needs and guide you through successful technology efforts at your school.
In continued recognition of National Disability Awareness Month, Atomic Learning is offering a free resource to help educators effectively integrate assistive technology— and ultimately impact ALL students.
An excerpt from Integrate Assistive Technology into General Education reads:“Having students that are physically present in the general education classroom, but are passive and uninvolved, is never acceptable,” Gayl Bowser, Independent Assistive Technology Consultant.
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