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Atomic Learning Receives 2016 Teachers’ Choice Award for Professional Development

Atomic Learning today announced that the company’s K12 professional development solution, Atomic Integrate, received a Learning Magazine 2016 Teachers’ Choice Award for Professional Development.
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LITTLE FALLS, MN-- (October 7, 2015) Atomic Learning today announced that the company’s K12 professional development solution, Atomic Integrate, received a Learning Magazine 2016 Teachers’ Choice Award for Professional Development.

In 1994, Learning Magazine introduced the first Teachers’ Choice Awards program. Over the years, the program has grown to become one of the most recognized and prestigious awards in the educational market. In 2014, the Professional Development award was added to showcase excellence in Professional Development products. 

In the 2016 award program, 7 winners were chosen based on their scores from the evaluations done by a panel of teachers across the country.

Comments from the judges included “I would recommend this product to people looking to provide staff development” and “I would recommend this product to another teacher who would like more help to become digitally literate.”

To bring Atomic Learning to your school to inspire engaged learning applicable in education, life and career, visit www.atomiclearning.com/k12.

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In 1973, Marge and Jake Michel were educators frustrated by the lack of practical, ready-to-use materials for the classroom—so they created resources in their spare time. In 1979, they began producing The Mailbox, a magazine full of ideas from teachers for teachers. Since then, countless teachers have contributed to The Mailbox products. In addition to The Mailbox® magazine, we publish The Mailbox books and Learning® magazine. All of our products are produced with teachers' needs in mind—from keeping the classroom creative to aligning to standards. Learn more at http://www.themailbox.com/about-us.

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. Founded by educators for educators, Atomic Learning supports schools in their efforts to prepare students for college, career, and lifelong success. To learn more, visit http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12.

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