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Earn Graduate Continuing Education Credit with Atomic Learning

Atomic Learning announces a new collaboration with IT4Educators to provide online graduate continuing education courses created and conducted by experienced teachers. Each standards based tech integration course incorporates training from Atomic Learning for teachers seeking continuing education credits for license
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Atomic Learning announces a new collaboration with IT4Educators to provide online graduate continuing education courses created and conducted by experienced teachers. Each standards-based tech integration course incorporates training from Atomic Learning for teachers seeking continuing education credits for license renewal and professional development. The 1-, 2-, and 3-credit courses offered cover the most innovative technology tools available - from Twitter to blogs and Moodle® to SMART™ Notebook. Participants start with their own curriculum to apply learning by creating classroom content.

Instructors guide the courses through online interactions and feedback, though each course is independent-study and self-paced, allowing you to effectively learn new techniques for technology and classroom integration on your own schedule. Select from three different accredited universities to earn your graduate college credit.

All educators that currently have Atomic Learning access through their district can view course options and enroll in a course for college credit at http://atomiclearning.it4educators.com

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Earn Graduate Continuing Education Credit with Atomic Learning

Atomic Learning announces a new collaboration with IT4Educators to provide online graduate continuing education courses created and conducted by experienced teachers. Each standards based tech integration course incorporates training from Atomic Learning for teachers seeking continuing education credits for license

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With not enough hours in the day to teach, let alone satisfy the Common Core requirements, it’s hard for teachers to keep up with two major  demands on their time—taking on more professional development and learning emerging and existing technology.