What's the difference between the kind of question that sparks learning and the kind of question that leaves little room for curiosity? Read the latest Teach With INFOhio blog post, INFOhio and Inquiry: Questioning, to learn techniques you can model that will bring the steps of the inquiry process into focus for students and provoke natural curiosity.
While some of us are hoping for only light snow this winter, we’re helping you prepare for the worst with INFOhio’s Blizzard Bags.
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!
INFOhio's Research 4 Success (R4S) has been revised and updated, just in time for second semester research projects.
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.