Establishing a culture of reading in your home for the holidays can be manageable and fun with some free resources and a little bit of planning. You can start a tradition in your house that promotes the joy of books with the tips in our blog post, Give the Gift of Reading this Season!
We sometimes hear the current generation of learners described as "tech savvy," but today's digital natives are primarily "tech comfy." Teens may need to show adults how to use SnapChat, but age and experience help adults know more about how to evaluate the content on that platform and in other digital spaces.
The new year brings with it a new opportunity to try new things to support learning for all students. In this fast-paced webinar, you'll learn about ten free tech tools you can use with students across all grade levels and subject areas, and for your own personal productivity.
Infographics are powerful visuals that communicate information, data, or knowledge. They’ve been around forever, but infographics are a rising medium used in education and across all industries to present information visually to a wide range of audiences. In Grab 'Em with Infographics! How to Make Infographics with Your Students you'll learn how using infographics in education helps students build their visual and data literacy skills.
As you prepare to watch the Learn With INFOhio webinar, Inquiry in the Social Studies Classroom and Beyond: Leading the Next-Generation Digital Citizens to Multiple Perspectives and Reliable Resources, we thought you might want a refresher on inquiry—what it is and how several INFOhio tools have used the Dimensions of Inquiry as their foundation. Read the latest Teach With INFOhio blog post, Inquiry and INFOhio. This is the first in a series of several Teach With INFOhio blog posts about the inquiry process and the Dimensions of Inquiry.
Find all Teach With INFOhio blog posts at www.infohio.org/blog.