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  • Discover Your Differentiation Superpower using INFOhio Resources!

    As educators, we know we are there to guide all students in their quest for truth, knowledge, and future success (it says so in OTES!). Our students especially look to us to provide differentiated learning that meets their learning style and level. But when that evil villain "There Aren't Enough Hours in the Day!" steps in, where can we turn?

    INFOhio's tools and resources give you the superpower you need to differentiate for student learning styles and levels! Join this webinar to earn your cape and strengthen your hidden talents using read-aloud text, Lexiled material, closed captioning, visual media, and more, all from one place: INFOhio! You'll emerge ready to meet the needs of all your students in a single bound (and do really well on your evaluation) with the information from this webinar presented by differentiation super heroes in disguise, eLearning Specialist Melissa Higgs-Horwell and ILibrarian Emily Rozmus.

    About the Presenters

    Melissa Higgs-Horwell, INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist

    Melissa Higgs-Horwell, INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist, is a school librarian, technology coordinator and distance learning coordinator. She was the system administrator of the SCOCA ITC Blackboard Consortium, providing professional development and support and also the coordinator of video conferencing for a large consortium.  Melissa has worked at INFOhio for 7 years.  One of her passions is presenting on the integration of INFOhio resources and tools into the curriculum to improve student learning.

    Emily Rozmus, INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist

    Emily Rozmus has been an Integration Librarian for INFOhio since December 2013. Before this, she was the district librarian and high school English teacher for Mechanicsburg Exempted Village Schools. In her 20 years there, she worked on teams to implement curriculum, develop district growth plans, integrate technology, create instruction for information literacy, and foster teacher development. At INFOhio, she focuses on helping educators use INFOhio resources to improve early literacy. Her work has resulted in instructional "bags" for Ohio teachers, early literacy webinars, partnerships with like-minded agencies, and numerous statewide presentations to teachers, administrators, and educational leaders in Ohio. In her free time, she reads, enjoys time with her husband and three teenaged children, and plans for her next big adventure in life.