Webinar will be presented on Friday, April 24, 12:00 PM
Investigate the quality science digital content available from INFOhio to support Ohio’s Learning Standards and keep middle and high school students experimenting, testing, and charting even when they are out of the classroom lab! Our hypothesis is that Science Online, Science Reference Center, Educator Tools, and the Digital Video Collection will yield the results you were hoping for in your research to find great science content! This webinar will be presented by Mary Rowland, INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist and former high school English teacher.
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: Hands-on Science for Remote Learning (Grades 6-12): https://www.infohio.org/campus/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20200424.
Mary Rowland is a former high school English teacher with 14 years of teaching experience. Mary is an accomplished leader who facilitated professional development in her previous district on integrating web-based tools into the classroom, Google Apps for Education, and writing across the curriculum. Mary is passionate about supporting INFOhio’s mission to help Ohio’s educators integrate the tools and resources to strengthen education for Ohio’s students.
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