What's the deal with Pinterest?

Wondering what all the Pinterest buzz is all about? This quick Pinterest overview video will help you get started ASAP. And when you're ready for your first "pin", just click the Pinterest button on one of the Atomic Learning pages, like this one: http://www.atomiclearning.com/spotlight/Creating-Engaging-Presentations.
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Wondering what all the Pinterest buzz is all about? This quick Pinterest overview video will help you get started ASAP. And when you're ready for your first "pin", just click the Pinterest button on one of the Atomic Learning pages, like this one: http://www.atomiclearning.com/spotlight/Creating-Engaging-Presentations.

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Give it a Try - Flip Professional Development!

A recent Web 2.0 Classroom blog post discussed one of the hottest topics at ISTE was flipping the classroom. Aside from that buzz, Steven Anderson shares the concept of flipping staff development in his article. Anderson suggests using free social sites like Google Docs and Edmodo to start  your staff collaborating online. Atomic Learning has training for both of these (and more!) to train your staff efficiently and provide you more time for collaboration when you're face to face. As Anderson says, "Try the Faculty Flip" today!

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Califone Pinterest Contest Gives Educators Chance to Win Popular Back-to-School Classroom Technology

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Starting in July, all school districts receiving E-rate funding will have to meet the stipulations of the Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act. Atomic Learning has the resources necessary to meet the Internet Safety requirements for E-rate, in addition to the reporting tools you will need to track student participation.  To help support schools in addressing those requirements, we’re compiling all these resources in a Spotlight page that will be available for the 2012-2013 school year.  To help in your planning, we wanted to share the resources that will be included with our customers before the Spotlight page launches.