Atomic Learning recently added to its training library three seasons of CUE’s award-winning Internet TV show, The Infinite Thinking Machine (ITM).
ITM is a high-energy Internet TV show that inspires creativity and innovation in education. Atomic Learning invites educators to dive in and learn from teachers, administrators, students and other innovators that challenge conventional edu-thinking through this video series. All videos are available to visitors of Atomic Learning and are integrated into the Atomic Learning platform to easily embed into professional learning systems of subscribing school districts.
"We are excited to share ITM with Atomic Learning's teachers to spread innovative practices,” said Chris Walsh, co-executive producer, ITM. “Teachers love our fun format and practical tips for applying tech in the classroom, making the show a perfect complement to Atomic Learning’s great tutorials."
Jon Blissenbach, VP of Product at Atomic Learning agrees. “We believe technology enables educators to create awesome learning experiences for their students. The clever episodes of ITM complement Atomic Learning’s professional learning content, allowing us not only to inform educators how to create these learning experiences, but also to inspire them to want to do bigger and better things for their students.”
To view the training, visit Atomic Learning ITM Season 2 or Atomic Learning ITM Season 3 or Atomic Learning ITM Season 4 or to inquire about Atomic Learning partnership opportunities, contact Jon Blissenbach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Infinite Thinking Machine
ITM is produced by CUE, a nonprofit educational community that inspires innovative learners. First launched in 2006, the Infinite Thinking Machine (ITM) is a high-energy Internet TV show directly targeted at K-12 educators, parents, and students. The goal is to inspire creativity and innovation in education. New episodes are released fortnightly during the school year, and they occasionally post bonus episodes. ITM depends on a mix of funding from its producing organization, education partners and corporate sponsors. To learn more, visit www.infinitethinking.org.