The INFOhio Early Learning Portal contains more than 50 websites and apps to help little learners prepare for school and their futures. The Early Learning Portal is for parents and educators of children ages three through five.
INFOhio’s Pinterest board on early literacy includes resources on helping students develop foundational and reading skills to be ready for school and on the road to success in meeting the 3rd Grade Guarantee.
How can tablets, mobile phones, and computers help children learn to read? What are the keys to success when using technology to build strong readers? What apps, e-books and online learning environments can you use to help beginning readers have fun and learn at the same time? Join Cen Campbell, one of Library Journal’s 2014 Movers and Shakers and founder of LittleeLit.com, as she answers these questions about early literacy and shares what libraries across the U.S. are doing with new media and early literacy. Then INFOhio ILibrarian Emily Rozmus will present research and best practices for using BookFlix, Early World of Learning, and Searchasaurus to develop early reading skills that will lead to success for Ohio students.
Full-text information from more than 6,000 magazines, journals, and newspapers. Includes e-books, biographies, radio and TV transcripts, geographic information, primary sources, images, maps, and more.
Learn more about your favorite subject. Read magazines, newspapers, biographies, primary sources, country information. Find images for class projects and learn vocabulary. Translate articles into more than 30 languages.
INFOhio’s Pinterest board on flipped classrooms includes information about moving from a traditional classroom to an interactive learning environment where educators guide students as they engage creatively with subject matter.
This lesson plan was developed by members of INFOhio's Early Literacy Task Force. It uses BookFlix from INFOhio to help students make text-to-text connections and text-to-self connections and identify ways to be good friends and classmates. It is aligned to Ohio's Learning Standards for English Language Arts and includes best practices for reading digital text.
Future Ready Schools® helps district leaders plan and implement personalized, research-based digital learning strategies so all students can achieve their full potential. At the heart of Future Ready is the Future Ready Framework, a robust structure for digital learning visioning, planning, and implementation focused on Personalized Student Learning.