Little Falls, MN (February 5, 2015) – TCEA Attendees were among the first to learn about Atomic Learning’s recent partnership with Connected Consulting. The partnership offers a consulting and training program that works directly with district leaders to define and build a vision for tech rich learning, while gaining buy-in from all stakeholders.
“Education publications and even national media are regularly plagued with headlines of failed 1:1, mobile, and other tech initiatives,” said Lisa Barnett, Atomic Learning’s CEO. “And, while there are of course multiple factors that are contributing to the lack of adoption in schools, many of them come right down to planning and communication. Our vision and planning solutions can help avoid these pitfalls.”
School leaders and educators can get started with Atomic Learning’s free workbook that pinpoints areas for consideration and further development by asking critical questions to get their district on track with developing a learning-based vision for their tech initiative at http://al.atomiclearning.com/focus.
To learn more about these solutions, request more information at http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12/request-information or stop by booth #1423 at TCEA. Current Atomic Learning customers can request more information through their Account Manager.
About Atomic Learning
Founded in 2000 by a group of technology educators, Atomic Learning serves over 16 million individuals in more than 45 countries worldwide. Atomic Learning offers a cost-effective just-in-time professional development, technology integration and support solution that empowers educators to effectively utilize technology to positively impact student achievement. As your ed tech training partner, Atomic Learning helps teachers develop college and career-ready students with 21st century skills-based training. Visit us today at www.AtomicLearning.com.