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Quality Resources from INFOhio Support Constitution Day Lessons

Written by // Mary Rowland Monday, 28 August 2023

Whether you teach elementary, middle, or high school students, when it comes to observing Constitution Day, INFOhio has quality instructional materials to support learning. September 17th is a day to remember our country's foundations and to help our students at all levels learn more about what it means to be "the land of the free and the home of the brave."

Begin Your School Year with Supplemental Materials from INFOhio

Written by // Sarah Mowery Monday, 14 August 2023

Let's begin the 2023-2024 school year with supplemental materials from INFOhio to support students with academic success in the classroom.

INFOhio strives to curate high-quality instructional materials and resources that meet the needs of Ohio learners. Dig into our repositories of instructional materials and resources to find just the thing to bridge the knowledge gaps and accelerate learning. 

Begin Your School Year with Supplemental Materials from INFOhio

5 Ways to Work Creativity into Your School Fun

Written by // Jill Finnan Tuesday, 08 August 2023

The INFOhio Early Learning Portal (ELP) contains websites and apps that support learning and development in young learners, ages 3-5. This portal was created to help prepare Ohio’s early learners heading to Kindergarten. INFOhio encourages adults to use digital resources with children, providing guidance and support. In this blog, discover ways to add creativity to the school year. 

Supporting and Empowering Students with Dyslexia: Tools for Reading Digital Text

Written by // Emily Fitch Thursday, 01 June 2023

Using digital tools for reading can alleviate some of the frustrations and exhaustion that come with students who need extra support with reading and students who have dyslexia.  Any minor adjustment that makes reading easier, more fun, or accessible is worth trying with students with dyslexia. Giving them a sense of choice and control also goes a long way toward improving their self-confidence as readers.

Supporting and Empowering Students with Dyslexia: Tools for Teachers

Written by // Emily Fitch Wednesday, 24 May 2023

Raising literacy achievement is no small task. As teachers know, every student is different with unique challenges and characteristics to consider. Students with dyslexia are a unique group of learners who have specific needs and strengths. While using research-based, structured literacy instructional approaches is the first step, dyslexia is more than a deficit or something that we need to fix.

Supporting and Empowering Students with Dyslexia: Supporting the Whole Child

Written by // Emily Fitch Tuesday, 02 May 2023

Ohio’s Plan to Raise Literacy Achievement addresses the need to support educators to recognize and plan instruction for students with dyslexia. Because dyslexia affects between 11 and 17 percent of the population, all educators must have access to instructional approaches that are explicit, systematic, and structured (Wagner et al). This quality instruction will impact not only students with dyslexia but also their classmates who are not. Equipping educators with knowledge and skills from the Science of Reading is essential for reading proficiency for all students.

Supporting and Empowering Students with Dyslexia: Supporting the Whole Child

Celebrate School Library Month with INFOhio!

Written by // Janah Shumaker Monday, 03 April 2023

Celebrate School Library Month with resources and activities at no cost from INFOhio!

Celebrate School Library Month with INFOhio!

Simple Strategies to Supplement Instruction with World Book Kids

Written by // Sarah Mowery Tuesday, 07 March 2023

Instructional materials matter. While securing a coherent curriculum and professional development for teachers is the first step in ensuring equity in Ohio’s classrooms, identifying high-quality supplemental materials at grade level for all learners can be helpful in increasing student engagement, meeting diverse needs, and filling instructional gaps. In this Teach with INFOhio Blog post, learn how to use licensed digital content from World Book Kids to engage, empower, elevate, and extend student learning in elementary classrooms. 

 

Simple Strategies to Supplement Instruction with World Book Kids

Simple Strategies to Supplement Instruction with ScienceFlix

Written by // Mary Rowland Monday, 27 February 2023

Instructional materials matter. While securing a coherent curriculum and professional development for teachers is the first step in ensuring equity in Ohio’s classrooms, identifying high-quality supplemental materials at grade level for all learners can be helpful in increasing student engagement, meeting diverse needs, and filling instructional gaps. In this Teach with INFOhio Blog post, learn how to use licensed digital content from ScienceFlix to engage, empower, elevate, and extend student learning in middle-grade classrooms. 

 

Simple Strategies to Supplement Instruction with ScienceFlix

Create Opportunities for Career Exploration in Grades 6-8 with INFOhio

Written by // Mary Rowland Friday, 13 January 2023

Middle school is a prime opportunity to engage students in focused career exploration. Students are empowered with a growing sense of self-awareness, and exposure to a variety of careers is crucial at this time. 

Create Opportunities for Career Exploration in Grades 6-8 with INFOhio

High-Quality Tools for Art Teachers and Self-Directed Learning

Written by // Emily Fitch Thursday, 14 March 2024

It can be challenging to find high-quality resources and support materials for the art classroom. Instructional materials make a difference, and quality visual arts materials are just as important to student learning as the core subject areas. Take a little time to explore these tools and see how they can support your instruction and goals for your students.

High-Quality Tools for Art Teachers and Self-Directed Learning

Simple Strategies to Supplement Instruction with Financial Literacy eBooks (Gale)

Written by // Sarah Mowery Tuesday, 03 January 2023

Instructional materials matter. While securing a coherent curriculum and professional development for teachers is the first step in ensuring learning in Ohio’s classrooms, identifying high-quality supplemental materials at grade level for all learners can be helpful in increasing student engagement, meeting diverse needs, and filling instructional gaps.

When paired with a high-quality curriculum, INFOhio's quality eBooks, videos, lesson plans, instructional web tools, and training and support materials can provide engaging and innovative supplements to scaffold student growth and learning. 

INFOhio purchased Gale’s Financial Literacy eBook collection for high school students with funding from Future Forward Ohio for all Ohio schools. With more than 50 full text, simultaneous and unlimited use eBooks this collection provides students and educators with support for teaching Ohio’s Learning Standards for Financial Literacy which includes topics of financial responsibility and decision-making, planning and money management, informed consumer, investing, credit and debt, and risk management and insurance. 

Simple Strategies to Supplement Instruction with Financial Literacy eBooks (Gale)

Enhance Your Online Catalog with Book Nook

Written by // Janah Shumaker Monday, 24 October 2022

Learn how to use the 856 tag feature in Book Nook to add links to student-created book trailers in your school's online catalog.

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