We’re gearing up for the International Society for Technology in Education 2014 Conference (ISTE) coming up on June 28th. We have had the opportunity to speak with several exhibitors. Among these exhibitor companies is Atomic Learning. Atomic Learning is a content repository of sorts, offering training and learning resources. We had a chance to ask the Atomic Learning Team a few questions about their products. You can check out Atomic Learning at ISTE in booth #1942.
What is Atomic Learning?
Our digital content library contains more than 1,500 hours of online professional development and learning resources consisting of over 60,000 video tutorials and downloadable tools—including classroom projects that align to both the Common Core and State standards, along with “big idea” workshops on key topics such as effective online learning, internet safety, avoiding plagiarism, and other topics that are vital to the success of any classroom. Also included within our digital library are Atomic Learning’s signature how-to video tutorials covering more than 250 commonly-used software applications and classroom technology tools.
Who is Atomic Learning for?
District-wide success requires a district-wide solution. At Atomic Learning, we offer a robust framework of innovative solutions designed to meet the unique needs of education. Individuals, groups and departments at schools and districts around the globe have utilized Atomic Learning to bring technology and curriculum together—providing district-wide training, encouraging technology integration, and offering on-demand how-to software support.
What makes your product different than what is currently available?
With anytime/anywhere access, our short tutorials provide quick on-demand professional development.
Why did you get involved in the Education?
Originally founded by a group of technology educators, Atomic Learning understands the unique challenges educators face when integrating technology into the classroom, and is dedicated to helping schools and districts support educators in making meaningful use of technology to ensure it impacts student achievement.
What is the next step? What do your current goals look like?
Continuing to provide timely, relevant professional development to educators worldwide.