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EdReports Class Now Available!

Written by // INFOhio Staff Wednesday, 09 December 2020

EdReports is a nonprofit reviewer of instructional materials. This resource provides thorough reports on the overall effectiveness of educational content using rubrics designed and reviewed by education professionals. This new class in the Building Your Digital Curriculum with INFOhio Learning Pathway will help participants navigate the site and implement the reports into their material adoption process. After successfully completing a final quiz, participants will earn a certificate for 4 contact hours. 

Providing Support to Parents and Families During Remote Learning

Written by // Sarah Mowery Monday, 07 December 2020

With remote learning becoming increasingly part of the educational environment, support for families and parents is at the forefront of educators’ minds. Students are learning from home now more than ever and INFOhio wants to help by sharing resources and tips to make this year as successful as possible.

Providing Support to Parents and Families During Remote Learning

ISearch Video Tutorials to Share with Students

Written by // Sarah Mowery Tuesday, 01 December 2020

A trio of ISearch video tutorials have been published, with the student audience in mind, to help understand how to use this tool efficiently and effectively: ISearch: Getting Started, ISearch: Viewing, Saving, & Sharing, and ISearch: Searching & Limiters. Share these videos and others like it from our Screencasts and Videos library to support students in face to face, remote, or blended learning environments. 

ISearch Video Tutorials to Share with Students

Using INFOhio's ISearch to Locate Information

Written by // Mary Rowland Monday, 30 November 2020

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

November is all about bringing inquiry into the classroom in INFOhio's Monday Mini Lessons. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio will be featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with secondary students. 

Using INFOhio's ISearch to Locate Information

Let's Get Real About Fake News

Written by // INFOhio Staff Friday, 20 November 2020

In the years before the internet became the first place everyone began their research, school and academic librarians spent countless hours teaching students from elementary school through graduate school how to read newspaper articles and magazines critically, looking for bias or political leaning. It's not enough to teach students to read for bias anymore. Even many college students have difficulty determining whether what they're looking at on the screen is a personal website, a newspaper article published by a reputable news source, an opinion piece in an academic journal, or a research study. Now, along with helping students understand the differences between information sources and examining them for bias, we must help students figure out if the information sources they've found online are even real.

Using Highlights Library to Teach Questioning

Written by // Emily Rozmus Monday, 16 November 2020

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

November's Monday Mini Lessons are all about inquiry. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio is featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with primary students. 

Using Highlights Library to Teach Questioning

Using Literary Reference Center to Teach Best Practices for Digital Reading

Written by // Emily Rozmus Monday, 26 October 2020

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

October's Monday Mini Lessons are all about reading on the screen. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio is featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with secondary students. 

Using Literary Reference Center to Teach Best Practices for Digital Reading

INFOhio Has What You Need for Election Day

Written by // Sarah Mowery Monday, 19 October 2020

It's almost election day! Discover INFOhio's digital content on the topics of voting, the election process, and the presidency available to Ohio's students, educators, and parents at no cost.

INFOhio Has What You Need for Election Day

INFOhio Online Classes are Ohio Approved for Step Up to Quality

Written by // INFOhio Staff Thursday, 15 October 2020

Early educators seeking Step Up To Quality training opportunities can now register for the BookFlix from INFOhio, World Book Early Learning from INFOhio, Using Technology with Early Learners, and INFOhio Early Learning Portal classes in their OCCRRA profile to earn Ohio Approved credit. 

Using Gale In Context: Elementary to Teach Best Practices for Digital Reading

Written by // Sarah Mowery Monday, 12 October 2020

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

October's Monday Mini Lessons are all about reading on the screen. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio is featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with primary students. 

Using Gale In Context: Elementary to Teach Best Practices for Digital Reading

New BookFlix Titles Available in ISearch and Educator Tools!

Written by // Emily Rozmus Wednesday, 07 October 2020

New BookFlix titles for the 20-21 school year are now available in ISearch and Educator Tools. 

Pitch the Paper with INFOhio's Book Nook

Written by // Mary Rowland Monday, 05 October 2020

Learn more about how to banish boring book reports with Book Nook.

Pitch the Paper with INFOhio's Book Nook

A New INFOhio Partnership: Highlights Library is Here!

Written by // Sarah Mowery Wednesday, 30 September 2020

Highlights Library of books for young learners includes over 2,500 high-quality, diverse, engaging, digital stories. Readers can choose their favorite topics, watch videos, and complete Hidden Pictures puzzles. The open version of Highlights Library has just been added to INFOhio's licensed digital content.

A New INFOhio Partnership: Highlights Library is Here!

Diverse eBooks for Early Readers

Written by // Emily Rozmus Tuesday, 29 September 2020

Classic childhood books capture the joy and freedom of play and imagination. The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats is one of those. This award-winning book tells the story of Peter and the adventures he has on a snowy day. Readers young and old can imagine the red snow-suited figure of a young boy playing in the wintry city. Many will also remember that Peter is an African-American child, and recognize that childhood delights are not determined by race, location, or gender. Everyone has fun in the snow.

Using Points of View Reference Center to Teach Social Awareness

Written by // Mary Rowland Monday, 28 September 2020

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

September is all about building connections with students in INFOhio's Monday Mini Lessons. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio will be featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with secondary students. 

Using Points of View Reference Center to Teach Social Awareness
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