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eBook provides support for school leaders in planning technology initiatives

A new eBook from Atomic Learning highlights why planning for a technology initiative must go beyond buying the hardware.
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“Most professional development offered by schools is focused on pedagogy or content; however, for an initiative to be successful, understanding of technology and how to integrate the three is vital.” 

This excerpt is from a new eBook by Atomic Learning which highlights why planning for a technology initiative must go beyond buying the hardware. The eBook outlines several different approaches for school leaders to model their technology initiatives after.

To learn more,download the free eBook at http://al.atomiclearning.com/techebook

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