USE: Web-based video tutorials
LICENSE: Web-based subscription – available to all LPS staff, students and parents. Provided by LPS Computing Services, Media Services and Curriculum Departments
Knowing that time is the major detractor to your learning and skill building we want to emphasize one of the best resources available – Atomic Learning. Computing Services, Media Services and Curriculum partner to provide the district’s Atomic Learning subscription. We are very excited about the access and information that Atomic Learning offers.
In addition to being a resource for LPS staff and students, our subscription to Atomic Learning is available to all families of our students for use in the home. Parents, contact your school Media Specialist for login details.
“Atomic Learning” refers to breaking learning down into its primary parts…the atoms of learning. An atom of learning may be a bit of technique, or a little trick of the trade, or one step among many steps toward creating something much bigger and more complex. The Atomic Learning Library is a library of leaning atoms in the form of video tutorials. By breaking training down into tiny pieces, we make it possible for you to learn on your terms, in your available time .
Have five minutes? AL can answer that little software question that’s been nagging you.
Have an hour or more? You can explore sequences of learning atoms to learn more complex techniques…all at your own pace.
FLEX OPTION (1 hour 45 min.) Learning how to use digital tools takes time, and that’s what this session provides. This workshop gives you 105 minutes of time dedicated to Atomic Learning video tutorials on tools that directly support the digital side of your professional practices as described by Charlotte Danielson. Bring a pair of headphones and join us!
Visit the LPS Staff Development Catalog to see session dates and register.
The Atomic Learning Library contains thousands of video tutorials. We have selected several selections from the comprehensive library that fall appropriately into Charlotte Danielson’s Domains for Teaching. Please access the listing of the selected tutorial series here:
Published December 29, 2009