Want to become an expert on using technology in the classroom? Want to share what you've learned with your peers? Then apply to become an INFOhio District/Building ICoach.
The weekend is almost here! It's time to kick back and relax. But we think that the weekend is also the perfect time to get your professional growth on. We're not talking about parking yourself in front of a computer or sticking your nose in a scholarly journal. Our latest blog post is the first in a new Teach With INFOhio series we're calling Your Weekend Playlist for Professional Growth. In this series, you'll find podcast episodes, videos, and more that you can listen to or watch while relaxing. For some playlist items, you can earn a certificate of attendance for professional development. Others may not earn you PD CEUs but they're worth the watch or listen. Either way, you'll be growing professionally—learning more about yourself and getting inspired to bring your "A Game" to the upcoming week. Find all Teach With INFOhio blog posts at www.infohio.org/blog.
Library Literacy Love: Creating a Reading Culture in Your School with INFOhio: Learn With INFOhio Webinar, Thursday, Oct. 19, 4:00-5:00
Literacy is at the heart of learning, and no one loves reading and books more than school librarians. Sharing this love is common nature for librarians, but having a plan to spread the joy, excitement, and wonder of reading is important. In this webinar and live 2017 OELMA Conference session, we will learn why 21st century literacy includes using technology and providing both print and digital texts for students.
Building Relationships to Take Technology Integration Deeper: Learn With INFOhio Webinar, Thursday, Sept. 21, 3:30-4:30
The task of integrating technology into instruction goes far beyond knowing how to use a wide variety of technology tools for teaching and learning, and sometimes it can be really hard. This webinar will discuss relationship-building strategies and tech integration models that will ultimately take technology integration deeper in your classroom or library.