The good news is technology has revolutionized the way we teach and learn," said Ron Farrow, educator and eLearning Contributor for Atomic Learning.
Little Falls, MN (PRWEB) June 18, 2015
In this online course, educators will learn how you to enhance instruction by adding engaging and interactive elements using technology.
"One of the biggest battles we face in education today is apathy. Students simply lose a desire to learn, at least in the traditional setting," said Ron Farrow, educator and eLearning Contributor for Atomic Learning who developed this course. "The good news is technology has revolutionized the way we teach and learn."
This workshop looks at a variety of resources and web tools that educators can use to add excitement back into their lessons, engage their audience, touches on a variety of learning styles, and much more. Whether in a 1:1 environment or a non-1:1 environment, these strategies and tools can help boost instruction and student involvement.
To see a preview of the training, visit http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12/engaging-lessons-multimedia-training.
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About Atomic Learning
Atomic Learning helps teachers, staff, and students connect the dots between learning and life to create “a-ha” moments by guiding learners from awkward to awesome in regard to their use of technology. Through vision and leadership planning, in-person training workshops, on-demand professional development, and district-wide access to online training resources, Atomic Learning supports schools in their efforts to incorporate technology, while keeping the focus on instruction and learning, to prepare students for college, career, and lifelong success. To learn more, visit http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12.