About Atomic Learning
Founded in 2000 by a group of technology educators, Atomic Learning was created by educators, for educators. Now over a decade later, Atomic Learning is the trusted training solutions provider of 16 million individuals in more than 45 countries worldwide. Offering educational institutions cost-effective solutions for on-demand technology training and support, Atomic Learning creates flexible learning opportunities that make it easy for learners of all ages to embrace technology and develop critical skills for success at school, at work and in life.
Atomic Learning offers a variety of solutions designed to provide comprehensive framework to bring technology and instruction together, through targeted solutions to address the unique needs of educational institutions.
Content Development Team
With experience ranging from K-12 classroom teaching to master's degrees and college instruction, the content development team from Atomic Learning is constantly in touch with the education world as well as abreast of the newest technologies available.
Atomic Learning has a long-standing history of keeping pace with emerging topics in education because of the content development team's dedication. Here are just a few bios from the team of qualified educators and technology experts who bring you the training and resources that make Atomic Learning education’s trusted training solution.
Technology Support Coordinator
More than 25 years of successful project and personnel management experience in both the public and private sectors. Skilled at designing, developing, and implementing face-to-face and online training programs for educators and students related to the integration of technology in the classroom and professional development. Strong communication and time-management skills, coupled with high personal standards for quality performance outcomes, ensure that goals are met in an efficient and effective manner.
District Assistive Technology Coordinator
Teacher for Physically Impaired
Assisted teams in assessing students’ needs for assistive technology and set up device trials. Conducted formal and informal trainings to staff, students, and parents on a wide variety of assistive technology products. Responsible for ordering all special education technology products. Created captivate tutorials on using assistive and instructional technology products. Wrote and received the Parent and Professional A.T. Training grant from the Minnesota Department of Education. Included conducting a series of trainings on the S.E.T.T. process and followed up with an Assistive Technology Resource Fair. C.I.M.P. low incidence facilitator, led discussions around due process procedures and staff development opportunities.