Atomic Learning (AL) is an online technology training site with over 50,000 step-by-step tutorials on products such as Microsoft Office, ActivInspire, iPads, Evernote, and Prezi. Atomic Learning is available to Issaquah School District parents and students. Please ask your school office for Atomic Learning account information. For compensation information please continue reading.
The ISD subscription to Atomic Learning will end in June. Staff may continue using Atomic Learning through the end of the subscription and receive pay for watching Atomic Learning videos through June 25.
In order to receive compensation, staff must submit compensation requests and activity logs to the Educational Technology Office by the end of the workday June 26.
Site: Atomic Learning
Username: District Email (e.g. email@example.com)
Password: Your password is the same as your network/computer password
Directions to access Atomic Learning tutorials
Atomic Learning for the 2016/17 school year must be logged between 9/1/16 and 8/31/17. Click here to check your 2016/17 hours.
Forms must be received in the Ed Tech office no later than 9/6/17.
Looking for 2015/16? Click here.
Certificated Per Diem - up to 6 hours [pink]
Certificated In-Service - up to 15 hours [blue]
Classified Hourly - up to 15 hours [yellow]
Please send your compensation documents to:
Admin: Ed Tech (P2)Attn: Dana Kane
Atomic Learning tutorials that qualify for compensation begin with "Ed Tech" and are found under “My Training>Recommended Training” and "Issaquah Tutorials."
If you find a technology tutorial that is not in either of these locations and it is relevant to your teaching assignment, please contact Diana Eggers to review. The list of recommended training and “Issaquah Tutorials” will increase throughout the year.
Staff are welcome to use Atomic Learning as often as desired for their own personal learning. To be compensated, the guidelines must be met and the tutorials must be completed outside the contract day. If they are not, the compensation form and Atomic Learning Detailed Activity Report forms will be returned for correction.
Classified staff may earn up to 15 hours for Atomic Learning during the 2016-2017 school year. To be compensated for Atomic Learning, tutorials must align with job responsibilities and be pre-authorized by your supervisor. That means that the software must be on the computer/device so staff can follow up the learning in their job. Some acceptable examples are:
Staff are welcome to use Atomic Learning as much as you like for their own personal learning. To be compensated, the above guidelines must be met and the tutorials must be completed outside the contract day. If they are not, the compensation form and Atomic Learning Detailed Activity Report forms will be returned for correction.
Step 4: Enter all time on the Request for Compensation form in hours and minutes rounded to the nearest 15 minutes (.25 = quarter of an hour or 15 minutes) see example to the right. A minimum of one hour should be viewed prior to submitting compensation request.
The compensation sheet needs to include:
Step 5: Send both reports along with your compensation sheet** to:
Admin: Ed Tech (P2)Dana Kane
**Classified staff must have their supervisor sign the form
Which compensation sheet do I use?