Atomic Learning Hosts Online Grad Credit Course on Engaging Students with Interactive Whiteboards

Join educational technologist Todd Pierson for a 6-week online course held June 13-25, as he discusses interactivity, engagement and the benefits of using an interactive whiteboard in the classroom held. The Atomic Catalyst course Engaging Students with Interactive Whiteboards is a six-week course that discusses interactivity and engagement, as well as the benefits of using an interactive whiteboard in the classroom. Educators will be able to participate with peer connection in online discussions, and complete and submit course assignments throughout the professional development sessions. For $150, participants will learn to bring life into their classroom with six 1-hour webinar sessions led by an instructor over the course of 6 weeks. Additional fees apply to receive 2- or 3-grad credits if desired. To register for the course visit al.atomiclearning.com/whiteboards
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Join educational technologist Todd Pierson for a 6-week online course held June 13-25, as he discusses interactivity, engagement and the benefits of using an interactive whiteboard in the classroom held.

Teachers who want their students to be more involved with lessons now have Atomic Catalyst, a new resource introduced by the how-to learning source, Atomic Learning. Instructed by highly qualified facilitators, Atomic Catalyst is a 6-week online course on a variety of topics focused on the effective application of technology in the classroom.

The Atomic Catalyst course Engaging Students with Interactive Whiteboards is a six-week course that discusses interactivity and engagement, as well as the benefits of using an interactive whiteboard in the classroom. Educators will be able to participate with peer connection in online discussions, and complete and submit course assignments throughout the professional development sessions.

During webinar sessions, participants will learn how to operate any Interactive Whiteboard regardless if they use SMART Board™, Promethean ActivBoard®, Mimio®, Easiteach® or another interactive device or program. Participants will also learn how to apply enrichment activities to their existing teaching program while they earn up to 15 hours of continuing education to be used for additional resources for specific how-to support.

For $150, participants will learn to bring life into their classroom with six 1-hour webinar sessions led by an instructor over the course of 6 weeks. Additional fees apply to receive 2- or 3-grad credits if desired. To register for the course visit al.atomiclearning.com/whiteboards

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