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Online training includes:
  • 21st century concepts and content
  • Tech Integration Projects: Lesson Accelerators
  • Workshops on emerging tech topics, such as blogging
  • Applying 21st century skills in the classroom
  • 50,000 step-by-step technology tutorials

Recommended Sessions:


Collaborative Writing in the Cloud
This online tech integration classroom project guides students through a collaborative writing project using Google™ Docs. Students will learn tips on how to work together effectively, and will also learn about the elements of a story, creative writing tips, proofreading, giving and receiving feedback, and more.
http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12/collaborative-writing-google-docs-training

Geometer's Sketchpad 5 Training
Lear to measure objects and calculate with those measurements, how to graph functions and customize the appearance of the graph. You'll also learn to transform and animate objects, and how to use advanced features of Geometer's Sketchpad, including action buttons and animation, to bring your sketches to life.
http://www.atomiclearning.com/geometer-sketchpad-5-training

Glogster Training
Make an interactive poster easily and share it by mixing images, text, music and video. Learn all about glogging in this thorough tutorial series.
http://www.atomiclearning.com/glogster

PhoneGap Training
In this online training series, you will learn how to transform web applications into mobile applications using the PhoneGap Build service. The PhoneGap build service is a cloud-based service that enables you to construct web applications using HTML, CSS, JavaScript™ libraries (such jQuery), and/or other web technologies; upload them to the PhoneGap build service and transform them into mobile application for installation on to Windows® Phone, iPhone®, Android™ phones, to name a few.
http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12/phonegap-training

iPad as an i-Reader - An Orientation for Educators
This workshop provides an orientation, as much as possible from an educator’s perspective, to the e-Reading capabilities of the iPad, to some emerging trends in e-Reading, and to iPad accessibility options that are pertinent to its use as an e-Reader. There are also some practical lessons on self-publishing and managing content for reading on the iPad.
http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12/ipad_wkshp

 

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