ICoach Program

District/Building ICoach Program

INFOhio trains and certifies a corps of District/Building ICoaches who, in turn, train teachers within their building or district on how to use INFOhio digital resources effectively while helping them to integrate INFOhio into their classrooms. 


To the District/Building ICoach

  • Certification as an authorized INFOhio trainer after completion of required training that can be used to demonstrate professional learning growth.
  • First notification about INFOhio tools and resources updates.
  • Connection to the online learning community of INFOhio trainers to share ideas and training resources.

To the District

  • Access to a local trainer for professional development on INFOhio tools and resources.
  • Ease of scheduling with a local trainer for professional development.
  • Knowledge growth through sharing in the online learning community for INFOhio trainers.

District/Building ICoach Interest Form

For the 2019-2020 school year, new District/Building ICoach applications will open in September. If you are interested in becoming a District/Building ICoach for the 2019-2020 school year and have not been a District/Building ICoach before, complete the ICoach Interest Form to receive information about the application process when it opens.

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks for District/Building ICoaches

    "As a classroom teacher I always used INFOhio resources. Now working as a technology integrationist, my goal is to get my teachers to know how these resources are invaluable to them as well. I love INFOhio and will continue to promote and teach these resources." —Pam Schroeder, Technology Integrationist, Ottawa-Glandorf Local Schools

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks for District/Building ICoaches

    "This will be my fourth year as a Building ICoach. I love helping students and teachers find the information they need." —Laura Schmidt, Library Tech, Plain Local Schools

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks for District/Building ICoaches

    "I love sharing my knowledge with colleagues and with students. It feels good to teach others how to properly find reliable information." —Mary Rodriguez-Noble, Media Specialist, Toledo Public Schools

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks for District/Building ICoaches

    "Every time I get a chance to share these resources with a group of teachers they are so amazed and say, "Why didn't I know about all of this?" We all need to keep spreading the word!" —Deanna McDaniel, Media Specialist, Westerville City Schools

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks for District/Building ICoaches

    "I always love the truly amazing updates to INFOhio that I get to share with staff. THANK YOU for all that you do for the educators, parents and students of Ohio!" —Michele Massa, Title 1 Lead Teacher, Kettering City Schools

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks for District/Building ICoaches

    "This training is very well done. I appreciate the self-driven pace and easy to understand content." —Kati Heintzman, Library Media Specialist, Middletown City Schools

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks for District/Building ICoaches

    "I enjoy being an ICoach so I can continue to support and share with other educators the benefits of INFOhio that they may not have ever been aware of!" —Christine Danhoff, Technology Integration Specialist, Genoa Area Local Schools

Find Your District/Building ICoach

Use this map to locate the ICoach in your district that has been certified to provide professional development training on INFOhio resources, or email central@infohio.org.


2018-2019 District/Building ICoach Report Back Form

2018-2019 D/B ICoaches: Report all of your outreach efforts in the District/Building ICoach Report Back form. Remember that even a conversation with colleagues about using the INFOhio resources "counts" as a form of outreach. Find PowerPoint slides you can use in any presentations or conversations you have with colleagues throughout the school year in INFOhio's Educator Tools.

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