For ideas on how to make the most of the last days of school, read part 1 and part 2 of Field Days, Talent Shows, and Class Picnics - Oh My! or How to Learn and Have Fun During the Last Weeks of School. Don't put away those Chrome carts yet! Keep the computers up and running! These posts demonstrate how to use Camp INFOhio and IWonder Genius Hour during the last days of the school year.
Before students leave for summer vacation, read about a few easy things you can do to prepare your students to have a healthy, fun, and productive summer in Challenge Your Students to Start a Summer Learning Streak and Stop the Summer Slide with INFOhio (Updated May 2019). Students will come back to school next fall, ready to hit the ground running!
Before you close the door on this school year, spend some time reflecting on your practice. What worked this year? What will you change next year? Reflection is important for both educators and students. Read the final post in our series on inquiry, Inquiry and INFOhio: Reflecting.
Finally, summer reading programs aren't only for kids. Summer Reading—Teacher Style can help any educator develop her own professional list of summer must-reads using INFOhio's 15 for Educators. To participate in Summer Reading—Teacher Style, all you need is time, some mindfulness, and a device with an Internet connection.
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