In a continued effort to help learners connect the dots between learning and life, edtech training leader Atomic Learning recently added an online course on aligning instruction to technology to its library.
"By focusing on instruction and student learning, you eliminate the fear and anxiety that comes from new programs and new devices," said Ron Farrow, Educator and Atomic Learning eLearning Contributor who created the course. "...so the technology is targeted towards a specific goal."
In this online training course, educators will learn how to set up a successful technology integration program for their school or district. This workshop discusses how to set instructional goals and how to align those goals with technology solutions. Educators will also learn how to utilize the power of Atomic Learning to find the right, low-barrier training solution for their technology needs. Included with this course are resources to help them along the way, including goal templates, interactive forms, and resource lists broken into instructional categories.
"Our number one goal as educators should always be to improve instruction and learning," said Farrow. "We often lose that focus in the rapid storm of educational change with things such as content standards and technology implementations."
To see a preview of the training, visit www.atomiclearning.com/target-instructional-needs-atomic-learning.
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About Atomic Learning
Atomic Learning helps teachers, staff, and students connect the dots between learning and life to create “a-ha” moments by guiding learners from awkward to awesome in regard to their use of technology. Through vision and leadership planning, in-person training workshops, on-demand professional development, and district-wide access to online training resources, Atomic Learning supports schools in their efforts to incorporate technology, while keeping the focus on instruction and learning, to prepare students for college, career, and lifelong success. To learn more, visit http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12.