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NECC NEWS: 21st Century Skills Training

Atomic Learning’s new 21st Century Skills PD and Tech Integration solution provides professional development resources and curriculum materials that empower educators to infuse 21st century skills into the classroom.
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From the National Educational Computing Conference:

Atomic Learning’s new 21st Century Skills PD and Tech Integration solution provides professional development resources and curriculum materials that empower educators to infuse 21st century skills into the classroom, including:

- 21st Century Skills concept training
- Classroom-ready tech integration projects
- Technology workshops on emerging topics
- Step-by-step technology training tutorials
- Student assessment based on ISTE NETS-S 2007
- Teacher assessment based on ISTE NETS-T 2008
- Prescriptive training tools to address skill gaps
- Progress monitoring and robust reports
- LMS integration and quick linking tools
- Online portfolio of user-submitted projects 

To learn more, watch the video below.

Or watch it on Youtube here.

For more information contact Atomic Learning today at 866-259-6890 or Sales@AtomicLearning.com to request a demonstration, or visit www.AtomicLearning.com

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