Atomic Learning Showcases New EdTech Training Features at ISTE
Highlights Include Standards-based Search, Skills Assessments, and Career Skills Training
Little Falls, Minn. (June 24, 2014) — Atomic Learning deploys its latest site features at the ISTE 2014 Annual Conference and Exhibition in Atlanta. New tools include search by standards, Career Skills training and Skills Assessment. The company will also feature new technology training offerings.
Atomic Learning updated its search by standards feature to ensure all the digital content is aligned to current standards. From how-to training to in-depth workshops and classroom projects, educators can search by ISTE®, state or Common Core standards. The Career Skills training series helps educators and students build confidence and master ‘soft skills’ such as Decision Making, Effective Listening and Navigating Relational Conflict. Skills Assessments are available on Atomic Learning’s popular training tutorials, including Computer Literacy Basics, Microsoft® Word.
“Atomic Learning is always striving to be at the leading edge of professional development,” said Lisa Barnett, CEO of Atomic Learning. “With these new offerings, we are making it easier for educators to find the tools and retain the skills they need to succeed in the classroom and their career.”
New technology training offerings expand Atomic Learning’s resources of more than 250 education-specific software application and device tutorials. These additions highlight the most recent versions of popular programs, enabling teachers to master updated interfaces and features.
New technology training offerings include:
- Creating Maker Projects Training: Join the Maker Movement, by creating ‘maker’ projects.
- Journaling Life Experiences Using Google Blogger: Learn the steps to create a blog, including publishing first posts, adding pictures and videos and more with this online training workshop.
- Effective Meetings: Discover ways to effectively organize and run meetings.
- YouTube™ for Educators Workshop: Updated version helps teachers learn how to effectively use YouTube in the classroom.
Atomic Learning is also hosting a poster session and continuing its I AM [an educator] campaign at the conference. Kara Gann, strategic implementation manager for Atomic Learning, and Rod Smith, CIO and executive director of technology at Clayton County Schools, will lead the poster session “From inspiration to implementation: Planning successful district initiatives.” Smith’s experience implementing a tech plan is also available in a free eBook from Atomic Learning. The I AM [an educator] campaign honors educators for positively impacting education, for more information visit http://al.atomiclearning.com/iam.
About Atomic Learning
Founded in 2000 by a group of educators, Atomic Learning serves over 16 million individuals in more than 45 countries worldwide. Atomic Learning partners with schools and districts with solutions that empower educators to effectively utilize technology to positively impact student achievement. As your ed tech training partner, Atomic Learning helps teachers develop college and career-ready students with 21st century skills-based training. Visit us today at www.AtomicLearning.com.