Students will explore multi-digit numbers and the relationship between ones, tens and hundreds; a digit in one place is 10x the digit in the place to its right. Students will use their bodies to represent digits in multi-digit numbers up to the hundredths place and compare these numbers using <, =, >. Students will use their bodies as multi-digit numbers to add and subtract.
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Curious about building critical thinking skills in your students? Interested in inquiry? Inquiry is a student-centered learning approach that focuses on helping students develop skills in three critical areas: questioning, critical thinking, and problem solving. Give your research process a redo with inquiry and INFOhio! This session will support teachers in grades 6-12 learn how INFOhio digital tools and resources can support inquiry-based learning in the classroom.
Teaching writing and the research process can be a daunting task for any teacher. INFOhio is packed with resources, tools and support for teachers and students. Plus, many of these are now integrated with Google Apps. We will explore the INFOhio resources and how to use them with Google Apps, the power of Google Classroom, and Google tools that improve student writing and teacher feedback.
This is a creative writing personal narrative student project. It is a powerful personal story about one student's journey through depression. After writing it I encouraged her to put images to it. She created it a Google slideshow and then uploaded it to WeVideo and recorded a voice over.
The attached PDF provides learners with a unique way to find geometric shapes through pictures. In the case, the search is for Trapezoids and Parallelograms. Use, revise, or be inspired by the ideas and create your own to support your learners.
Looking for high-quality digital content and tools for your students to use in the classroom? Searching for lessons and resources to build an engaging learning environment? Then come shake hands with INFOhio and learn how you can utilize the premium content available in Ohio’s PreK-12 Digital Library at no cost to your school. Connect with early literacy tools like Early Bird Learning Portal, foster close reading with Kids InfoBits, encourage inquiry-based learning with IWonder, and develop college and career readiness skills with ISearch—just to name a few! With INFOhio’s updated website, finding what you need has never been easier. Join us to learn how INFOhio supports you with lesson preparation, student engagement, digital learning, and professional development.
This is a professional development presentation which gives an overview of Future Ready, breaks down some of the wedges and connects specific Google tools and Google integrated tools to them.
In order to assist educators with the implementation of the Common Core, the New York State Education Department provides curricular modules in P-12 English Language Arts and Mathematics that schools and districts can adopt or adapt for local purposes. The full year of Grade 6 Mathematics curriculum is available from the module links
Do your students comprehend, analyze, and synthesize when they read from a screen? Learn how you can harness the power of digital resources to engage young learners with INFOhio! This session will help K-5 educators investigate best practices for digital reading and implement how to model them in the classroom using INFOhio's quality eBooks and digital text available at no cost to Ohio schools.
These guidelines are intended to support educators in critically examining the role of onlineassessment in their teaching, and to provide different strategies and tools that can be used for onlineassessment, thereby empowering educators to make informed decisions about how they use ICT forassessment.
Intro to Library Research is designed to teach students about libraries (specifically the University of Minnesota Libraries) and the basics of academic library research. Students will learn how to pick an appropriate research topic, how to create an efficient search strategy, how to pick the best library databases, and how to evaluate resources. It takes about 30 to 40 minutes to complete and includes an online worksheet students should complete based on their own research topics.
Differentiating for our gifted students--and indeed, for all students--can feel challenging and time-consuming, but technology can help us work more efficiently, providing structure and support for students at the depth and complexity they need. This hands-on session shares ways we can utilize apps, web sites, and tools to efficiently, effectively provided differentiated learning activities and experiences for our students. Participants will use tools such as Nearpod, Padlet, and TES Blendspace as we look at how technology resources can support tiered activities, learning contracts, and menus. The session also explores how learning management systems can support differentiation. Next, we look at how formative assessment tools like Edulastic and Edcite can support decision-making around differentiation and also provide differentiated assessments. Finally, we look at how the resources and tools available through Infohio can make preparing differentiated lessons and activities simpler for us as educators. Through hands-on exploration, partner and small group discussion, and whole-group sharing, we will come away with ideas and strategies to help us more efficiently and effectively address the wide range of strengths and needs in our classrooms
If you’ve never created a library report before, it can seem daunting. Start by creating a monthly report that you can print and give to your administrator. If you’re short on time but want to take a first step, use this template. In less than an hour you can plug in a few numbers, highlight how your data is connected to student learning with a few bullet points, insert your school logo, and you’ll have a basic monthly report. As you get more practice reporting how the library impacts student learning, modify the template to meet your needs or create an infographic.
The Student Success Resource Library provides tools and resources to help schools keep all students engaged and on a clear path to successfully graduate. There are resources that can help districts meet state policies around identification and intervention for students at risk of dropping out. And when each of the 1.8 million Ohio students in grades K–12 graduate, we also want them to be working in or preparing for the jobs of their dreams. The Resource Library includes materials that support the implementation of a strategic and sustainable career advising policy, from middle school through graduation.
A site where you can access information and tutorials about technologies and examples of how they can be used in education.
The Bill of Rights Institute consistently provides quality, primary-source based resources to civics educators across the country. Voices of History gives educators the opportunity to access twelve of our best curricula, online, anytime, free of charge. Looking for a lesson on the Constitutional Convention? Simply type your terms in the search bar. Need to narrow it down to Thomas Jefferson’s role? Educators can filter searches by a number of options providing the simplest, most effective way to find exactly what is needed with the click of a button.
Website that provides information on designing instructional content. Site includes factors to consider that will help content be more effective for students.