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The district subscribes to Atomic Learning, which provides chunked segments of technology professional development as well as additional training material to help teachers support students in acquiring 21st-century skills.
Epson partnered with Discovery education and Atomic Learning to create these professional development resources that will help users maximize their investment in Epson interactive technology, whether they are using the technology to setup an interactive wall or table for group projects, one-on-ones or whole classroom discussions.
Atomic Learning has added more features and enhancements, including Flash capability, to all its Windows tutorials.
HP and its partners Adobe, Atomic Learning and Microsoft collaborated with Warwick to donate the following products to the school: * HP Compaq 6000 Pro All-in-One Business PCs * HP Mini 100e Education Edition netbook PCs * HP TouchSmart 9100 Business PCs * HP camcorders * Adobe Digital School Collection * Atomic Learning Professional Development courses for teachers * Microsoft Office 2010 Additional information about HP education offerings is available at www.
Company : Atomic Learning Booth Number : 674 Web URL : http://atomiclearning.
The growing list of inSky participants includes: Adaptive Curriculum Atomic Learning Catchup Math Defined STEM EduSmart Science Encyclopedia Britannica Espresso Learning Explore Learning Inspiration Software Kendall Hunt Learn That Word netTrekker Schoolwires Science Companion Study Dog Typing Pal Online The foundation of the inSky program is the Sky digital learning environment by Learning.
ISTE thanks Verizon Thinkfinity, Atomic Learning, Intel Education, Pearson and Sony for their support of the event.
It's also integrated with a list of K-12 service providers that include Tekdata, MediaNet, WRC Media, World Book, Atomic Learning and Maps.