Complimentary eBook: Repurposing Funds to Shift Curriculum

At Atomic Learning, we strive to make it easy for educators to learn new technology and encourage integration in the classroom to positively impact student achievement. We offer this free resource in support of our mission to guide educators.

 

Here's an excerpt from the introduction: In terms of size, Little Falls, Minnesota is a small speck on the map. With a population of just over 8,000 and a manufacturing-based economy, the town, like many across the nation, has recently faced some challenging economic times.

 

The district has risen from the ashes like the proverbial phoenix and now has a 1:1 initiative.

 

And this isn’t just any 1:1 initiative, it’s a complete shift in the curriculum that is driving true change in both teaching and learning.

 

It’s about more than the technology. It’s about engagement.

 

This ebook tells the story of Little Falls Community Schools, and how they’ve built a solid, sustainable program focused on engaging learners and ultimately impacting student achievement-despite challenging times.

 

Download the full ebook here.

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Comment by Dr. Rita Oates on July 18, 2011 at 8:59am
What a great initiative and what a wonderful partner in Atomic Learning! This is the kind of innovative thinking and budgeting that more school districts need to explore. Thanks for making this "success story" available to others, and please keep us posted on how this impacts student learning and achievement!
Comment by Amy Schoenrock on July 18, 2011 at 2:02pm
Thank you for your feedback! We're excited too. Stay tuned for more updates as we track their experience this coming school year.

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