Webinar will be presented on Thursday, April 9, 12:00 PM
Discover quality digital resources that provide a foundation for learning using a variety of media to support learners ages 3-5. INFOhio's Early Learning Portal, BookFlix, and World Book Early Learning contain content aligned with Ohio Learning Standards and develop a pathway for future success. We’ll explore strategies and practices for literacy instruction and parent support—all available from INFOhio. This webinar will be presented by Emily Rozmus, INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist and former high school English teacher and district librarian.
In times of trouble, look for the helpers. This message from Mr. Rogers has never been truer than it is now. As teachers and students adapt to their new routines and systems of education, they will not only need help, but people to support them.
Be the Helper—Support Ohio’s Remote Learning with Quality Content from INFOhio is for INFOhio's IPartners, ICoaches, Providers, and all other education professionals who want to learn how to help support teachers with remote learning. In this series, participants will learn how to be the helpers for remote teaching and learning with INFOhio's digital content. In addition to sharing more about how to use INFOhio resources and tools, we will invite educational experts (that’s you!) to share best practices, observations of what works, and personal anecdotes from your current remote teaching and learning experiences. Each webinar will be held at noon and will last one hour. Following the webinar, participants can take a quiz to earn a certificate for one contact hour.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Be the Helper Webinar Series—Support Ohio’s Remote Learning with Quality Content from INFOhio: Early Learners Go Digital (Ages 3-5): https://www.infohio.org/campus/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20200409.
Emily Rozmus has worked in education for nearly 30 years, first as a secondary English teacher and district librarian before starting at INFOhio in 2013. Emily has developed district growth plans, integrated technology, created instruction for information literacy, fostered teacher development, and worked on teams to implement curriculum. At INFOhio, she focuses on developing training and outreach to support the use of INFOhio's quality instructional materials in teaching and learning.
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