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Minnesota companies partner to offer blended PD

TIES Education Technology Collaborative and Atomic Learning, Inc. announce a new partnership which will offer Minnesota educators access to new professional development opportunities delivered in a blended learning format.
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TIES Education Technology Collaborative and Atomic Learning, Inc. announce a partnership that will offer Minnesota educators access to new professional development opportunities delivered in a blended learning format.

Every Blended PD course includes self-paced pre-learning assignments to build “how-to” skills in preparation for a day of live instruction. Following instruction, participants continue to work together to apply new skills and strategies with facilitator feedback. Course offerings include Effective Online Instruction and Bringing Communication & Collaboration into the Classroom.

Educators can register for courses through TIES, and receive a 2-month individual subscription to Atomic Learning’s online professional development solution with registration. For the full list of professional development courses available from TIES and to register, download the PDF.

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