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Curriculum Directors: Engage Lesson Plans with Atomic Learning

Atomic Learning’s direct linking feature helps Curriculum Directors and educators with lesson planning; they are able to include tutorials in lessons for students to learn anytime, anywhere.  This training supports students with varying levels of technology skills and the ability to learn through flipped classrooms. With Atomic Learning, Curriculum Directors are able to infuse educators with the confidence to integrate technologies into their teaching, learning and assessments. Learn more about the Atomic Learning solution.
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Atomic Learning gives the Curriculum Director resources to quickly find examples of how technology can support different subject areas and plan and implement Common Core State Standards. Through the use of Classroom ready projects, teachers learn to effectively integrate technology in the classroom, empowering them with forward-thinking training to prepare students for 21st Century careers. These resources can be used as basis for, or to augment, training sessions.

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Offering planning and implementation resources for the Common Core State Standards, Atomic Learning’s Atomic TechCore solution provides the training tools schools need to succeed. The suite of tools supports school leaders with roadmaps and structures for continuous improvement to meet the CCSS.

Atomic Learning’s direct linking feature helps Curriculum Directors and educators with lesson planning; they are able to include tutorials in lessons for students to learn anytime, anywhere. This training supports students with varying levels of technology skills and the ability to learn through flipped classrooms.

With Atomic Learning, Curriculum Directors are able to infuse educators with the confidence to integrate technologies into their teaching, learning and assessments. Learn more about the Atomic Learning solution.

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