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Digital Video Collection: Mathematics Playlist

These videos from INFOhio's Digital Video Collection help students understand math concepts. For more content on mathematics, use ISearch.

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Digital Video Collection: Reading Playlist

These videos from INFOhio's Digital Video Collection explore reading techniques as well as digital reading. For more content on reading, use ISearch.

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Digital Video Collection: Teaching with Technology Playlist

These videos from INFOhio's Digital Video Collection explore the concepts of teaching with technology tools and devices.  For more content on teaching with technology, use ISearch.

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Digital Video Collection: U.S. History Playlist

These videos from INFOhio's Digital Video Collection explore a variety of decades in United States history. For more content on U.S. History, use ISearch.

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Don't Panic! INFOhio has you covered!

This 2 page flyer describes how INFOhio provides reliable resources, professional development opportunities, and dependable support. Last updated September 2017.

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DVC Video Tutorial (INFOhio on YouTube)

Learn the basics of using INFOhio's Digital Video Collection with this 3 minute video tutorial.

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Early Learning Portal

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.

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Early Literacy and the Third Grade Guarantee (INFOhio on Pinterest)

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. 

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Early Literacy in a Digital World: Apps and Ebooks for Young Readers

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.

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Early World of Learning (World Book)

Look and read.  Includes stories, nursery rhymes, songs, games, and videos.  PreK-3.

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Early World of Learning Video Tutorial (INFOhio on YouTube)

Learn the basics of using World Book's Early World of Learning with this 5 minute video tutorial.

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eBooks (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on eBooks includes a collection of links to articles, free eBooks, lesson plans and more to use in the classroom. 

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EBSCO Explora for Educators Video Tutorial (INFOhio on YouTube)

Learn the basics of using Explora for Educators with this 3 minute video tutorial.

 

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EBSCO Explora for Grades 6-12 Video Tutorial for Students (INFOhio on YouTube)

Teach students the basics of using Explora for Grades 6-12 by showing them this 4 minute video tutorial.

 

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EBSCO Explora for Grades 6-12 Video Tutorial for Teachers (INFOhio on YouTube)

Learn the basics of using Explora for Grades 6-12 with this 5 minute video tutorial.

 

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EBSCO Explora for Grades PreK-5 Video Tutorial (INFOhio on YouTube)

Learn the basics of using Explora for Grades PreK-5 with this 4 minute video tutorial.

 

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EBSCO Training Site

Find online tutorials, scavenger hunts, lesson plans, and other curriculum help on EBSCO's training site.

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EBSCOhost Custom Search Box Generator

Use this HTML Generator to create an EBSCOhost search box. In Step 2, select Cookie, Patron ID, and IP Address. Also, specify infohio when prompted for the Cust ID.

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EBSCOhost Multi-Database Search

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.

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EBSCOhost Professional Search (Teachers & Administrators)

Collection of databases selected for PreK-12 educators in Ohio. Includes EBSCO's Academic Search Premier, ERIC, and the Professional Development Collection.

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Educator Choice Board for INFOhio Professional Development

This 2 page color flyer contains a sampling of INFOhio's professional development offerings for educators. Last updated September 2017.  Online version available at https://www.infohio.org/iflyers/pdchoiceboard.

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Educator Guide to ISearch (INFOhio Guides)

Use INFOhio's online Educator Guide to ISearch to find videos, lesson plans, and information about integrating ISearch into instruction.

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Effective Academic Vocabulary Instruction in the Urban Middle School

The article  focuses on how reading teachers can give urban middle school students academic vocabulary instruction that prepares them to be able to read sophisticated texts in high school.  

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Elections and Voting (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on elections and voting includes resources about elections, voting, and the political process and they can be used in the classroom.

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Elementary Bookmark - Custom Password

Color bookmarks for elementary students that print 4 to a standard 8 1/2 X 11 page. You can customize them with your school's INFOhio username and password.

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Elementary Bookmark - State Password

Color bookmarks for elementary students that print 4 to a standard 8 1/2 X 11 page. The INFOhio statewide username and password are printed on the bookmark.

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Elementary Research Project Guide

From choosing a topic, conducting research and presentation, this guide make research easy with elementary students.

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Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos (World Book)

Spanish-language encyclopedia for Spanish speakers  and Spanish language learners. Includes maps, images, and activities. Hear text read aloud.

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Engage the whole family on the go with BookFlix!

This document from Scholastic and INFOhio provides directions on using BookFlix on a mobile device. Updated January 2018.

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Essential Questions (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on essential questions includes information on identifying essential questions, how to create questions that create complex thinking and research, and even examples of them.

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Everyday Rules that Really Work! Instructor

A guide for teachers to help create a productive classroom environment.

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Evidence-Based Historical Thinking

A discussion on the instructional practices that help students need develop historical thinking and writing skills for effective historical interpretations.

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Explora for Educators (EBSCO)

Collection of databases selected for PreK-12 educators in Ohio. Includes EBSCO's Academic Search Premier, ERIC, and the Professional Development Collection.

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Explora for Grades PreK-5 (EBSCO)

Learn about your favorite subject. Look up words. Read magazines, newspapers, biographies, primary sources, country information. Find pictures. Translate articles into more than 30 languages.

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Explora for Grades 6-8 (EBSCO)

Learn about your favorite subject. Look up words. Read magazines, newspapers, biographies, primary sources, country information. Find pictures. Translate articles into more than 30 languages.

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Explora for Grades 9-12 (EBSCO)

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.

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Explore Model UDL Lesson Plans

Model UDL lesson place tailored to include principles and practical applications of UDL.

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Fact Fragment Frenzy

This online activity is a good introduction to note taking for elementary students and practice for studying and enjoying nonfiction text.

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Fairy Tale Maps

This lesson plan shows how fairy tales can be used to help understand the concept of maps.

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Fake News - Teaching Students to Evaluate Sources (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio's Pinterest board on fake news includes links to lesson plans, articles, and more on teaching students how to spot fake news and evaluate sources.

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Fiction or Nonfiction? Considering the Common Core's Emphasis on Informational Text

A beginning lesson plan to get students to think about the kinds of materials that they read and why.

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Financial Aid - College and Career (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio's Pinterest board on financial aid includes links to articles, infographics, and more to help students and parents in searching for financial aid to pay for college.

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Financial Literacy in the Classroom (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on financial literacy in the classroom includes resources on how money works, how to earn and manage money and investments, and related topics on finance.

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Flipped Classroom (INFOhio on Pinterest)

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.

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Friendship (BookFlix Lesson for Kindergarten)

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.

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From Scribbles to Stories

This article from Instructor provides simple directions from an child's author/illustrator to encourage creative writing in young students using a simple scribble as a prompt. 

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From the Reading Rug to the Play Center

An article about the benefits of guided play on vocabulary and general language development.

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Future Ready Ohio

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.

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