Webinar presented on 2020-05-20.
As we start the final weeks of this school year, many teachers will experience a spectrum of emotions, from sadness and loss to relief that this very different and stressful school year is over. Many educators will also begin to think about the challenges for the start of the 20-21 school year and wonder what they can do to further their efficacy, effort, and influence in the flipped, remote, or staggered classroom for the next school year. Find out how you can personalize the learning you need to get ready for the new school year using INFOhio’s professional databases. Join Emily Rozmus, INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist, to learn more about 15 For Educators and how to turn it into your summer reading.
As the end of the school year approaches, our thoughts naturally turn to sandy beaches, afternoons by the pool, and fun ways to keep the learning going throughout the summer months. We know the summer of 2020 will be different for students and teachers with the absence of summer camps, play dates, and face-to-face professional development or workshops. How can you maintain learning with engaging activities that will foster student and teacher creativity while keeping things simple?
With INFOhio, the learning never stops! We've got remote learning solutions that are guaranteed to keep summer learning simple, structured, and supported. In our webinar series, Your Summer Bucket List, you will collect INFOhio resources, tools, and professional development for your summer bucket list. Each webinar in this series will be held at noon on Wednesdays and will last 30 minutes.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Your Summer Bucket List Webinar Series: Dive into Summer with Digital Reading for Teachers: https://www.infohio.org/campus/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20200520.
Emily Rozmus is an INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist. She has worked in education for 25 years, first as a secondary English teacher, and then as a district librarian. 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 helping educators use INFOhio resources to improve early learning. She also works to share research and best practices for helping students be better readers of INFOhio's digital text.
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