Need a new series to binge over the summer? Check out these Learn With INFOhio webinars we've dusted off that support blended, flipped, and hybrid learning! Brush up on your web 2.0 tool skills, online instructional approaches, and innovative teaching strategies with these webinars featuring educators from around the country!
INFOhio is committed to helping Ohio's educators prepare for whatever the 2020-2021 school year may bring. We're looking in our warehouse of professional development to discover which webinars from the past will help learners in the future. Here's a series you can really invest in for the summer to help you find the right tools, approaches, and strategies to meet the needs of your students!
Tune into this series if you are seeking the approaches and strategies you need to get students engaged in rigorous remote learning. Don't keep scrolling by these hour-long webinars which feature best practices and are worth one contact hour!
This webinar was presented by Apple Distinguished Educator and Google Certified teacher Ross Cooper, the author of Hacking Project-Based Learning, and the Supervisor of Instructional Practice K-12 in the Salisbury Township School District (1:1 MacBook/iPad) in Allentown, Pennsylvania. In the Spring of 2017, he shared his experience in a fourth grade classroom where he implemented literature circles with a digital spin to support literacy and 21st Century Skills. Watch this if you like BookFlix or other digital text from INFOhio!
St. Joseph Academy's team of dynamic librarians shared their plan for flipping their school library in this webinar from August of 2015. Rebecca Synk and Megan Fowler shared how they flipped instruction to teach information literacy, a key skill for 21st Century Learning. Learn more about the approaches and techniques used and the achievements and failures (aka learning experiences) from two educators who have four Master's degrees between them!
At the start of the 17-18 school year, Blended and Personalized Learning Specialist at DSD Professional Development, Marcia Kish presented on blended learning and modeled how she structured this teaching approach in her classroom with great success and gains in student learning data. Tune into Marcia's webinar to find out the steps she uses to move toward blended learning.
Angela Faulhaber, literacy coach and adjunct at Miami University, teamed up with INFOhio in March 2018 and shared strategies that develop students who learn and research with ease and expertise. The key is inquiry which she teaches with robust digital approaches and tools. Watch this to find out how to make learning authentic, even with the teaching is remote!
Paige Jaeger is the author of Rx for the Common Core: Toolbox for Inquiry Based Learning and travels around the country delivering professional development. Her conversation and ease of presenting will pull you in, but the star quality strategies she shares to teach today's digital natives will keep you watching. Learn more about how to find the connections that work with learners in this webinar from August 2016.
INFOhio Instructional Team specialists Gayle Geitgey and Emily Rozmus shared best practices for instructing students to read online text in this webinar from March 2017. Based on research and feedback from educators, the webinar offers approaches and strategies that will help students be better readers of text on a screen to comprehend and synthesize. Don't miss out on this support for remote learning!
If you need tools to help you deliver content and engage learners, This is the series for you. These webinars feature web 2.0 tools and apps that will maximize remote learning. Plus, you get a contact hour for each one you watch. Totally bingeworthy!
INFOhio rang in 2018 with a webinar from one of our favorite presenters, Michael Roush from Forward Edge. This webinar includes several digital tools to help amp up remote learning including SeeSaw, Book Creator, and iorad. Don't miss this celebration of robust tech tools that will make a bang in your virtual classroom.
In December of 2016, Shelley NiTuama and Joseph Phelan gave overview of the National Endowment for the Humanities' collection of resources for social studies, art, literature, and history. Curriculum resources to foster rigorous exploration and develop comprehension are featured in this robust tool. Check this out for standards-aligned lesson plans and projects to use in your remote classroom! Don't forget Educator Tools when you are looking for quality content from EDSITEment to support teaching and learning. This INFOhio tool contains resources from EDSITEment.
Angela Faulhaber models best practices for deep learning online in this webinar from 2017. Sharing tools such as Poll Everywhere, Padlet, and Google Docs, she guides viewers through easy-to-implement strategies to promote deep thinking and engagement. Watch this webinar to construct robust lessons online for your students!
INFOhio supports educators with flexible, online learning that fits your needs and lifestyle. Don't forget the INFOhio Learning Pathways for self-paced free classes on how to use INFOhio's digital content and web tools in the classroom.
Tune in for live presentations from INFOhio! From June 10 - July 1, INFOhio will be live every Wednesday at Noon to share how you can build your digital curriculum with the quality content from ISearch and Educator Tools. Learn more and register for these webinars here.
Don't forget Educator Tools when you are looking for digital tools to support teaching and learning. This INFOhio tool has over 70,000 free quality resources available for your remote teaching.
Don't forget to share how #INFOhioWorks for you on social media. Happy bingeing!