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Susan Mongold

Susan Mongold is the District Librarian at Woodridge Local Schools in Peninsula and a PhD candidate in the Cultural Foundations of Education at Kent State University. I recently became a member of the AASL's Best Apps for Teaching and Learning Committee and a newly elected board member of OELMA. I am also an INFOhio Users Council representative. Prior to my time at Woodridge, I spent five years at Canton Country Day, a PPK-8 independent school. Additionally, I have worked as a reference librarian at Ursuline College and Barberton Public Library's Community Health Branch. I received my Master's degree in Library and Information Science from KSU in 2005.                                                

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To Build A Better Question Quiz

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Tracy Varner

Tracy Varner is the INFOhio Coordinator and ICoach for the Hamilton/Clermont Cooperative Association (HCC). She is thrilled to combine her love of all things library/technology with the opportunity for coaching and collaborating with librarians in the Greater Cincinnati area.  In her 23-year career as an educator she has also served as an elementary classroom teacher, a district technology coordinator and a school librarian at the elementary, middle and high school levels.  She is an avid reader and her favorite zombie apocalypse book is Ashes, by Isla Bick.

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Tricia Kluener

Tricia Kluener has been supporting technology integration in education since 2004. She has been working in Ross Local Schools since 2007, is a Google Certified Trainer and consults with Learning.com as a Professional Development Trainer. As the District Technology Integration Specialist for Ross she has worked on the Online Safety curriculum development, implementation, data tracking and reporting for grades K-12 E-Rate compliance since 2012.

 

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Trish Baker

Trish Baker is the Media Resource Coordinator at the ITC, LACA, where she has supported all aspects of INFOhio for the past 19 ½ years.  Before coming to LACA, she received her degree in Library Science at Ohio Dominican University and worked in the library at Adams Middle School in Johnstown.  Trish is in her 6th year as an INFOhio ICoach serving regions 11 and 16 in the state.

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Two Steps to Stepping Up Student Learning—Digital Learning Day Webinar

There are lots of digital instructional materials available for free online. But do you really have the time it takes to slog through all the results you get from a search engine to find the free teaching materials that are high quality and aligned to standards? With INFOhio, finding high quality, digital, instructional materials that you can use to improve student learning is an easy two-step process. Learn how to use Educator Tools, which includes best practices, articles, websites, lesson plans, and other support materials for educators. Then, discover a wealth of digital content with ISearch ̶ including texts, videos, images, and more ̶ that you can upload to your learning management system for student use. The path to improving student learning doesn’t have to be a daunting expedition. Take the shortcut with INFOhio!

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Using Inquiry to Drive Authentic Research

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Using Technology to Support the Five-Step Writing Process for All Learners

There is no single reason that struggling writers struggle. The five-step writing process provides a natural scaffold that can allow any student to effectively organize information and ideas, and express them for an authentic audience. There are some great free technology tools that assist students with each phase of this process, taking advantage of student strengths while minimizing or eliminating the negative impact of barriers students encounter in traditional methods. This session will explore various reasons why students sometimes struggle to write; highlight the differences between communication, writing, and handwriting; and demonstrate some free tools that teachers can use in their classrooms to increase confidence and competence for all students. Michael will highlight some INFOhio resources as well.

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What's New Webinar - February 2018

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Whitney Robinson

Whitney Robinson is a Google Certified Trainer with extensive experience presenting professional development in the areas of educational technology, instructional strategies, and PBIS as both an instructional coach and an instructional technology coordinator. Whitney has presented at OMLA, OETC and the Illuminate Education Midwest Conference and will be presenting her research on blended learning at ISTE in June of 2018. Whitney has been in education for eight years as a music teacher, intervention specialist, instructional coach, and administrator.

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