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Updates to GO! Ask, Act, Achieve

Author // Erica Clay Thursday, 13 December 2018

INFOhio's GO! Ask, Act, Achieve has been revised and updated, just in time for second semester research projects.


INFOhio's GO! Ask, Act, Achieve leads students in grades 4-9 through the inquiry process with recommended digital tools, resources, and strategies. Students learn to develop and ask questions, act to find the answers, and achieve success by presenting their findings and evaluating what and how they learned. This online tool is designed for students to use independently to successfully complete research projects, or for educators to use in facilitating project-based learning.

Updates include the following:

  • PDFs converted to Google Docs
  • Updated project creation tools, focusing on free resources
  • Integration of INFOhio’s digital content into each module
  • New modules to scaffold student learning

A new, in-depth teacher guide using the Hyperdoc format expands the inquiry steps and provides direction for teachers to:

  • Develop student curiosity and engage them in the learning
  • Provide opportunities for exploring information and applying knowledge discovered
  • Encourage students to share their findings and reflect on the results
  • Extend their learning to lead to new questions and new understandings

Find a link to GO! Act, Ask, Achieve in the quicklinks menu at the bottom of most INFOhio web pages. You can share GO! Act, Ask, Achieve and other INFOhio resources that support research instruction with your colleagues by sending them a link to the Teach & Learn flyer.

If you have questions about GO! Act, Ask, Achieve, contact us at support.infohio.org.

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.

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