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Rural Oklahoma District selects online PD solution

Seiling School District has adopted Atomic Learning as a central component for its technology professional development.
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Seiling School District has adopted Atomic Learning as a central component for its technology professional development.

Marquita Seifreid, a member of the technology team at Seiling Junior High, has been teaching for 19 years and says she was drawn to education wanting to help kids and make a difference in their lives. The changes she sees in her students and the new technologies keep her motivated and challenged.

When faced with a technology challenge, Marquita turns to Atomic Learning. “I use it a lot if there is a technology tool I need to learn,” said Ms. Seifreid. “I particularly like the Web 2.0 tutorials. I have used a wide range of units and modules.”

Read the full case study at http://al.atomiclearning.com/seiling.

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