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Learn New Online Teaching Strategies

Teaching an online or blended course? Good for you, but we know this can be a scary and uncomfortable territory for some educators. Atomic Learning can help ease your worries. Join us for the next Effective Online Teaching and Learning Atomic Catalyst course! July 16-August 27 | Weekly Webinar: Thursdays, 6pm-7pm CST   Participants in the first course shared: "This is motivating me to learn new online strategies!" "(The best part was the) conversation and helping me take the time to think of different ways to create meaningful instruction." "...the right value for the price. Instructors were great and I enjoyed the guests too!"
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Teaching an online or blended course? Good for you, but we know this can be a scary and uncomfortable territory for some educators. Atomic Learning can help ease your worries. In the Atomic Catalyst course, Effective Online Teaching and Learning, you’ll identify emerging practices for delivering effective online instruction, reflect on how you can include those practices in your teaching, and find out where to locate technology how-to support materials.

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Join us for the next Effective Online Teaching and Learning Atomic Catalyst course!

July 16-August 27 | Weekly Webinar: Thursdays, 6pm-7pm CST

Participants in the first course shared:

"This is motivating me to learn new online strategies!"

"(The best part was the) conversation and helping me take the time to think of different ways to create meaningful instruction."

"...the right value for the price. Instructors were great and I enjoyed the guests too!"

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