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Support for STEM and Blended Learning

Author // Erica Clay Tuesday, 09 August 2016

STEM subjects are well suited for blended learning initiatives. Whether you are a teacher of a traditional STEM subject (science, technology, engineering, and math) or an ELA or Social Studies teacher making cross-curricular connections, INFOhio has the tools to support your STEM instruction and your students' STEM learning. For free STEM lesson plans, log into the INFOhio website with your school's INFOhio username and password. Find Science Online (Facts On File).

Choose from one of nine eLearning Modules.
 
 
Under Teacher Resources, click "Browse All Lesson Plans."
 
 
Choose a lesson plan on your subject to find learning objectives, discussion questions, and assessments.
 
 
While you're at it, visit the eLearning Module and embed it into learning management system! From the chapter of the eLearning Module that you want to embed, click the "Share" button.
 
 
Select the "Embed" option and copy the code that appears. Paste the code into your learning management system.
 
 
And while you're in Science Online, you may as well download some of the experiments! You can browse to experiments within the eLearning Module or search for any available experiments on your topic.
 
 
Some experiments are interactive and must be done online. Others are designed to be done in class or as homework.
 
 
With Science Online from INFOhio, it's easy to meet your school's blended learning and STEM initiatives!

About the Author

Posted by: Erica Clay

Erica Clay has been a member of INFOhio's Instructional Team since December 2013. She earned a BA in English and Music and a Master of Humanities from Wright State University, and a Master of Library Science from Indiana University. As an ILibrarian, Erica evaluates and selects digital tools and resources aligned with Ohio Learning Standards, and supports integration of those tools and resources into classroom instruction. She also collects, analyzes, and shares INFOhio usage data to inform instructional design, and writes for INFOhio's social media, blog, and news.

Erica Clay