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Today’s teachers need a different set of skills

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Today's students are different. They are learning new technology skills at an unbelievable rate. Based on these changes, a very different role for schools and teachers is necessary.

Based on findings by Atomic Learning's partner, SEG Measurement, this free resource discusses the importance of professional development in helping teachers effectively use technology in their teaching -- and the challenges of providing technology training for them.

To find out more, download the white paper

P.D. Tips courtesy of Atomic Learning

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