Atomic Learning Named 2015 BESSIE Winner in 21st Annual Best Education Software Awards

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Atomic Integrate Solution Named a Top Professional Development Solution and Educational Technology Website in Teacher Tools Category by ComputED Gazette

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Atomic Learning Named 2015 BESSIE Winner in 21st Annual Best Education Software Awards

We are honored to be recognized as a valuable education resource for teachers,” said Lisa Barnett, Atomic Learning CEO. “Education is in our DNA – founded by educators, for educators, we know education.

Atomic Learning today announced that the company’s K12 professional development solution, Atomic Integrate, was named both a top professional development website and a top educational technology website in the teacher tools category in ComputEd Gazette’s 2015 BESSIE Awards.

The Awards target innovative and content-rich programs and websites that provide parents and teachers with the technology to foster educational excellence.

“We are honored to be recognized as a valuable education resource for teachers,” said Lisa Barnett, Atomic Learning CEO. “Education is in our DNA – founded by educators, for educators, we know education.”

Atomic Integrate was also named a winner of the 2014 BESSIE Awards for top Professional Development Solution in the Teacher Tools category, and earned a 2013 EDDIE for Professional Development Website by the same publication.

To see the full list of winners, visit: http://computedgazette.com/page3.html.

About ComputED Gazette
The ComputED Gazette is a valuable educational resource, having served the online community for over 20 years. Our directors are educators who have provided the finest computer education to children and adults in the North San Diego area. The Gazette is proud sponsor of two national awards: The Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIES) in the spring, and the Education Software Review Awards (EDDIES) in the summer. Learn more at http://computedgazette.com.

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.

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