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Reading for Relationship Building: Texts that Transcend Trauma

Written by // Emily Rozmus Wednesday, 04 April 2018

Divorce. Emotional abuse. Neglect. Natural disasters. Poverty. Separation. Violence. Most teachers will agree that they encounter students who display the behaviors caused by severe trauma in their classrooms. Trauma is epidemic.

Here's How #INFOhioWorks! Little Miami Schools, Kim Hamlin

Written by // INFOhio Staff Friday, 23 March 2018

This post is part of the Teach With INFOhio series "Here's How #INFOhioWorks." In this series, you'll find specific examples of how INFOhio works for other Ohio educators. Learn some strategies you can try in your own classroom. Then share with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using #INFOhioWorks!

Here's How #INFOhioWorks! Little Miami Schools, Kim Hamlin

Libraries Connect Ohio FY2019 Collection Announced

Written by // Erica Clay Friday, 16 March 2018

On Thursday, March 15th, the State Library of Ohio Board approved a grant to contribute LSTA funding to the Libraries Connect Ohio collection of digital content for FY2019. INFOhio, OhioLINK, and OPLIN, representing school libraries, academic libraries, and public libraries, contribute funding for this collection of high quality digital content. Through this unique partnership of library organizations, Libraries Connect Ohio is able to provide a strong and consistent set of resources that demonstrates the benefits of shared services and effectively serves Ohioans of all ages.

Libraries Connect Ohio FY2019 Collection Announced

Inquiry and INFOhio: Locating Information

Written by // INFOhio Staff Monday, 12 March 2018

The dimension of locating information has grown exponentially with the internet and tools that allow easy and constant access. Learn which INFOhio tools you can use to help students learn to locate the best information to answer their question. This is the third in a series of several posts about the inquiry process and the Dimensions of Inquiry.

Your Weekend Playlist for Professional Growth: INFOhio Loves Reading

Written by // Erica Clay Thursday, 08 February 2018

The weekend is almost here! It's time to kick back and relax. But we think that the weekend is also the perfect time to get your professional growth on. We're not talking about parking yourself in front of a computer or sticking your nose in a scholarly journal. Instead, we're giving you a weekend playlist for professional growth. So plop down on the couch and turn on your TV, or tune in while you're in your car, or listen on your phone while you go for a walk—and get ready to grow professionally!

INFOhio Loves Reading: A Reading Community Creates Digital Literacy

Written by // Emily Rozmus Thursday, 01 February 2018

Using digital text and tools is a way to engage readers in text, as well as empower them with one of the most critical needs for their future—digital literacy. INFOhio is dedicated to providing high-quality digital content, resources, and tools for students and teachers in Ohio that will develop the necessary skills for early literacy, inquiry, and college and career readiness. 

INFOhio Loves Reading: A Reading Community Creates Digital Literacy

INFOhio Loves Reading: Using Connected Texts to Inspire Empathy

Written by // Emily Rozmus Wednesday, 31 January 2018

One of the best ways to teach children to understand the feelings and thoughts of others is by using picture books in the classroom. 

INFOhio Loves Reading: Using Connected Texts to Inspire Empathy

Your Weekend Playlist for Professional Growth: Feelings

Written by // Erica Clay Friday, 26 January 2018

The weekend is almost here! It's time to kick back and relax. But we think that the weekend is also the perfect time to get your professional growth on. We're not talking about parking yourself in front of a computer or sticking your nose in a scholarly journal. Instead, we're giving you a weekend playlist for professional growth. So plop down on the couch and turn on your TV, or tune in while you're in your car, or listen on your phone while you go for a walk—and get ready to grow professionally!

Missing Anything? Making Your Facebook News Feed Work for You

Written by // Erica Clay Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Check your Facebook News Feed. Are you missing anything?

Missing Anything? Making Your Facebook News Feed Work for You

Inquiry and INFOhio: Questioning

Written by // INFOhio Staff Monday, 08 January 2018

Teaching students the skills and importance of asking good questions provides a solid foundation for learning. Learn which INFOhio tools you can use to help students learn to ask good questions. This is the second in a series of several posts about the inquiry process and the Dimensions of Inquiry.

Inquiry and INFOhio: Questioning

Reading on the Screen: Why Supporting Digital Natives Matters!

Written by // Emily Rozmus Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Today's digital natives are primarily "tech comfy." Teens may need to show adults how to use SnapChat, but age and experience help adults know more about how to evaluate the content on this platform and other digital spaces.

In order to create cricital thinkers who are able to comprehend, analyze, and evaluate digital content, educators must be intentional in preparing  students for 21st century learning. That includes reading content on the screen from a variety of sources—blogs, social media posts, databases, articles, and forums.

The Early Bird Gets To Learn with the INFOhio Early Learning Portal

Written by // Emily Rozmus Monday, 20 November 2017

INFOhio is pleased to announce the release of the INFOhio Early Learning Portal. This resource is a collection of quality websites and apps for children ages three through five. While the resources were chosen and evaluated specifically for early learners, the INFOhio Early Learning Portal is designed for educators and parents to use with children.

Inquiry and INFOhio

Written by // INFOhio Staff Wednesday, 15 November 2017

As you watch the webinar, Inquiry in the Social Studies Classroom and Beyond: Leading the Next-Generation Digital Citizens to Multiple Perspectives and Reliable Resources, we thought you might want a refresher on inquiry—what it is and how several INFOhio tools have used the Dimensions of Inquiry as their foundation. This is the first in a series of several posts about the inquiry process and the Dimensions of Inquiry.

Get Your “But” Out of the Way with INFOhio

Written by // Emily Rozmus Friday, 27 October 2017

Are you a "Yeah, But..." Educator? Take this short quiz to find out.

  1. Have you been in the field for five or more years?
  2. Do you attend at least three meetings a week - TBT, BLT, OTES, IEP, EOC, OIP, DLT, AYP, ELL, RTI?
  3. Have you read at least two required professional books in the past three years and found best practices you wanted to try, but never found the time?
  4. Have you been so busy you can't remember the last time you went to the bathroom?

Did you hear a speaker within the last year who shared inspiring stories of greatness in the classroom? And did you return to your classroom, determined to try their tips, but saw the pile of papers to grade, IEPs to finish, discipline referrals to sign, or list of parents to call and felt overwhelmed?

If you answered "yes" to three or more of these questions, you are at risk of becoming a “Yeah, But…” Educator, or YBE. Admitting that you might be a YBE is the first step to recovery.

Your Weekend Playlist for Professional Growth

Written by // Erica Clay, Emily Rozmus Thursday, 28 September 2017

The weekend is almost here! It's time to kick back and relax. But we think that the weekend is also the perfect time to get your professional growth on. We're not talking about parking yourself in front of a computer or sticking your nose in a scholarly journal. Instead, we're giving you a weekend playlist for professional growth. So plop down on the couch and turn on your TV, or tune in while you're in your car, or listen on your phone while you go for a walk—and get ready to grow professionally!

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