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A Gayle Geitgey presentation for co-asis&t on the topic Future Ready: Preparing for the Third Grade Reading Guarantee and College/ Career Readiness with INFOhio Resources. …

A Gayle Geitgey presentation for co-asis&t on the topic Future Ready: Preparing for the Third Grade Reading Guarantee and College/ Career Readiness with INFOhio Resources.
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  • This slides presents an interesting view of how we thought of college and career readiness in the past. David T. Conley is certainly well known for his work in College and Career Readiness.
  • This book by Conley is considered one of the premier books on College and Career Readiness. He also heads up the Educational Policy Improvement Center which works to insure a broad view of college and career readiness.
  • Over the years, College and Career Readiness seems to have had different meanings, but it seems to me and David Conley confirmed this at the Innovative Learning Environments conference that college and career readiness is coming into its own. I really liked one of his statements that reaffirmed that college and career readiness isn’t about graduating, but more about readiness to be a life long learner. Massachusetts definition of college and career ready will demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities that are necessary to successfully complete entry level, credit-bearing college courses, participate in certificate or workplace training programs, and enter economically viable career pathways. College and career readiness refers to the content knowledge, skills, and habits that students must possess to be successful in postsecondary education or training that leads to a sustaining career. A student who is ready for college and career can qualify for and succeed in entry-level, credit-bearing college courses without the need for remedial or developmental coursework. (http://www.epiconline.org/Issues/college-career-readiness/definition.dot)
  • Employer Expectations: Employers increasingly need their employees to use a broader set of skills than have been required in the past to meet the increasingly complex demand coming from the modernized workplace.Skills Mismatch: While fifty years ago a large proportion of jobs were classified as unskilled, attainable by young people with high school diplomas or less, today only one-fifth of jobs are considered unskilled. The demand for higher skilled workers has increased, while the production of higher skilled workers has remained flat.International Advantage: Other nations are surpassing the U.S. in improving their educational systems to increase achievement, reduce achievement gaps, and educating themselves as a way to a better economy, while the U.S. remains stagnant.Personal Benefits: More education is associated with higher earnings and higher rates of employment. Educational attainment isn’t just a benefit in the short-term; more education is correlated with larger projections of lifetime earnings at every level of the pipeline.
  • 39% of Ohio’s students in two- and four-year colleges require remediation upon enrollment. A little over half (55%) of students who enter public colleges in Ohio earn their degrees.34% of employers deem the preparation of newly hired employees with only a high school diploma as “deficient,” (and only 16% find their preparation “excellent.”)49% of employers surveyed noted they anticipate requiring higher levels of education for most jobs – and another 60% noted more specific technical skills will be required – in the next 3-5 years.College Readiness site for Ohio Board of Regents--https://www.ohiohighered.org/data-reports/college-readiness
  • This site at the Ohio Board of Regents really shows the data of number of students graduating from high school who need to be involved in remediation.
  • This is a good example of the data being collected reflecting the preparation done at each high school to have college and career ready students.
  • At this time, let’s break into rooms and do a KWHL using discussion and a Google form. The questions to discuss are on the screen and follow the What do you Know , What do you Wonder part of a KWHL chart. What would your students answer if they were asked what college and career ready means to them? How is your school district addressing college and career readiness?What questions do you have about college and career readiness.
  • We looked at the three pillars of college and career readiness to think about how INFOhio links with these 3 areas. Academic Preparation--This pillar identifies the academic knowledge and preparation students need for success in college and careers. This involves a rigorous preK-12 curriculum that incorporates college- and career-readiness opportunities in academic offerings.Accessibility-This pillar includes many logistical aspects around college- and career-readiness, which include preparation, financial considerations, and degree/career attainment. Even if students are academically prepared, they also must know how to access educational and career opportunities beyond high school.Aspiration--This pillar addresses how postsecondary education and workforce training opportunities are presented to students to ensure they are making appropriate and informed choices for opportunities beyond high school.
  • This slide shows what shifts the Common Core standards are creating for helping students to build their college and career readiness profile.
  • The PARCC Content Frameworks are good to use to begin developing lessons that reflect what should be taught each quarter in preparation for the increased rigor needed for the new assessments.
  • Notice the College and Career Readiness test in Fall of 2014-15. The question is if this will be ready and used toward the graduation requirements of a college and career ready graduate.
  • The common trait in all three of these waves is a focus on student skill development…skills that will give them the tools they need to successfully navigate waves they will encounter in their lives.
  • Let’s explore the webpage and the different audience resources.
  • Step 1 -- Understanding the IMatrix cube Clicking on each of the six navigation buttons on the IMatrix home page will walk you through the structure of the matrix cube and the various relationships it represents. Click Introducing IMatrix in the left menu to learn more about how and when to use it.
  • The power of IMatrix is in the three search strategies available to the user. Search by block allows the user to search by various grade levels, content area and dimensions of inquiry. Search by standards is a more directed search. Just enter the standard code and the IMatrix search strategy will find the standards you selected. Keep in mind that the IMatrix uses the following coding conventions—ELA=CC, Math=CCM, Science=SC and Social Studies=SS. Please keep in mind that the coding used for IMatrix was started before any national Common Core standard coding conventions were set. As soon as a national coding standard is reached, IMatrix will be able to make the changeover. Search by Standard Progression uses the standard coding, but with an asterisk as a wild card. It will show you how the standard search is scaffolded for each grade level selected. Using the asterisk allows the searcher to put in a standard code, but replacing the grade level or standard code number with an asterisk to search the progression of the standard over multiple grade levels or standard code statements.
  • This slide is excellent to use as an activity example. Pick any of the writing standards focusing on research and search for the standard in Imatrix. Find the resources and assessments that can help you as you build your lessons.
  • Continuing our KWHL, let’s explore Imatrix and figure out how you are going to learn more about CCR and how it can help you integrate the standards in college and career readiness.
  • This handout is posted with the webinar documents. It is a good guide for some of the resources we will be talking about today.
  • This Symbaloo was created to go along with the
  • The INFOhio Curriculum Toolbox is new this year and will be growing with the release of our new website. We are using a curation tool calledScoopIT to create instructional linkage between the resources and instructional strategies. Right now, we have several Scoops created for college and career readiness. In just a few minutes, I am going to point out the highlights of these Scoops by grade band. So let’s start with K-3.
  • We talked a lot in the beginning of the presentation about Start Ready, Leave Ready and Ohio has added a layer of emphasis to this program by adopting the Third Grade Reading Guarantee. There is so much about the Guarantee that I could go into when it comes to the diagnostics, the reading endorsement for teachers, who can teach a student that is not on track and what happens if a student isn’t on track by the end of third grade. I really don’t want to spend our time on policy, but I thought the State Superintendent’s comment at the last State Board meeting gives us a sense of the sincerity and need to see the Third Grade Reading Guarantee as an important part of College and Career Readiness.
  • This is the new ODE website for Third Grade Reading Guarantee. If you are looking for the best information and the most up to date, always check here first.
  • Starting this year, school districts and charter schools will have to screen all students in kindergarten through third grade by Sept. 30. Then within 60 days, they have to come up with a plan to provide extra help to each child who needs it. Once the student has gotten at least two years of "intervention," he can be kept in third grade for up to two years. Until he's reading at grade level, he must have at least 90 minutes of reading instruction daily and his teacher must meet the state's definition of "high-performing." World Book Early World of Learning will help with K-2 as they prepare for the 3rd grade reading guarantee. How can this be a college and career readiness tool? Reading comprehension and fluency predicate success in the rest of the grade levels and helps to increase the rigor that students will meet at the upper grades.
  • This handout comes from Arizona’s State Dept. of Education and I included it because I thought it did a nice job of combining ideas for college and career readiness for third graders. What do you use your with your students to ge them thinking about CCR. So let’s move on to our Elementary College and Career Readiness resources.
  • If you would like to follow along, please click the link on the slide as we move into the Elementary ScoopIt. Please feel free to explore while I talk.
  • Early World of Learning encompasses three interactive learning environments:Trek's Travels offers narrated stories, interactive games, and original videos that teach critical early childhood themes, including numbers, shapes, colors, opposites, and more.Welcome to Readingprovides leveled reading practice to develop and strengthen phonics, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and comprehension skills. This site also incorporates The Lexile Framework® for Reading.Know Itoffers a richly visual interactive encyclopedia that will captivate early learners with non-fiction topics of interest and importance to them.
  • Reading Educator CenterA link at the bottom of all pages takes you to the Educator Center for a comprehensive breakdown of site features and recommendations for integrating Welcome to Reading into the classroom literacy curriculum. Including resources to help educators determine which reading level is appropriate for each child based on assessments of demonstrated reading abilities and behaviors.An individual For Educators guide accompanies each story in the A, B, C, and D levels. Each guide offers an overview of the phonics and vocabulary taught in the story, classroom discussion questions, “mini-lessons,” and thematic connections to sing along songs, nursery songs, and stories for further reading. Download the printable version of the stories to fold into Little Books with your students.Trek’s Travels also includes and Educator Center and an individual For Educators guide accompanies each early childhood theme. Each guide offers an overview of the skills and concepts taught, educators' story synopsis, background information, discussion questions, ideas for interactive classroom learning, game instructions
  • BookFlix is a new resource this year which is a literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction e-books. The combination of read-aloud stories with read-along nonfiction builds a love of reading while improving reading skill. Lexile score included.
  • 95 fiction videos / nonfiction ebook pairs25 Spanish pairsRead along optionEducational gamesAuthor biographiesEditor selected web linksTeacher resources
  • This is an example of a story video that can be watched and then there is a non-fiction book to read called Pets at the Vet.
  • Standards linkages can be found under Lesson Resources/Curriculum Connections.
  • Research is a large part of the Common Core ELA Writing Standards as we saw in the cross-curricular connections from Imatrix.
  • The following Scoops are for middle school and demonstrate academic preparation and accessibility and aspiration. Please follow the link to the CCR Middle School toolbox. I will be discussing how to use Go and World Book along with Learning Express Library and Job and Career Accelerator.
  • Notice I have also included on this slide an outside web page that has cool tools for students to use to begin thinking about their careers.
  • Goes live Feb 13Targeted to middle and high school students—people just learning how to do big research projects. Walks them through the process step by step so they won’t get overwhelmed.They can click on each question and find websites and templates to help them at that stage of research.
  • Not just websites.
  • R4S: Research for Success is a new online, blended-learning course developed by INFOhio with funding from LSTA. These modules help students with college and career readiness includes research skills - the course is provided for teachers to work with students; however, is open for students to use on their own too...so they can come back to the content and tools in the future. R4S is based on the INFOhio Dimensions of Learning.
  • There are many inquiry models and structures for teaching the inquiry process. INFOhio has identified six dimensions of inquiry that encompass most of these so any model you may choose to use can be correlated to these dimensions. The Dimensions of Inquiry is the basis for both Ask, Act, Achieve and R4S and the IMATRIX teaching support tools.
  • Each section begins with a learning concept – often presented as a question. The activities in the section give information on how to answer the question.
  • Each section begins with a learning concept – presented in I can statements. The I Can statements are developed from the New Ohio Learning Standards based on the College and Career Readiness section of the Common Core. The activities in the section provide tools for students to develop skills surrounding the I Can statements.
  • Each section includes games to reinforce or introduce learning concepts and skill development
  • Each section includes games to reinforce or introduce learning concepts and skill development
  • Each section includes games to reinforce or introduce learning concepts and skill development
  • Each module has a section Tools to Excel which introduces a web 2.0 tool and ways to use that tool to assist in research.
  • Each module has a Project Success section which guides the student to use the new learning in a project either for an assignment or for an independent information need. In Asking Good Questions. Use the question generator to work on a topic – move to the which how why questions – not the who, what, when, where
  • Show how to get to catalogs from. Click online catalog. Click ITC area. Click schools.
  • Science Online allows science and math researchers to find animations, timelines, experiments, activities, and much more. This resource has a conversion calculator, science standards and ideas for suggested lessons. The INFOhio 21st Century videos at http://www.infohio.org/Educator/21stcenturyvideo.html will give further information about Science Online.
  • Science Online allows science and math researchers to find animations, timelines, experiments, activities, and much more. This resource has a conversion calculator, science standards and ideas for suggested lessons. The INFOhio 21st Century videos at http://www.infohio.org/Educator/21stcenturyvideo.html will give further information about Science Online.
  • Example of an activity on use of graphs from Science Online
  • New student portal helps students through the research process. For students but gives teachers and resources that you can use to integrate inquiry and research into your  curriculum. INFOhio extends thanks to the Ohio Department of Education for the grant that made developing this site possible. And a special thank you to the Ohio students who gave voice to our Voki avatars for Ask, Act, and Achieve:
  • In addition to web resources and templates, we have included the INFOhio databases you’re already familiar with.
  • Academic Preparation--This pillar identifies the academic knowledge and preparation students need for success in college and careers. This involves a rigorous preK-12 curriculum that incorporates college- and career-readiness opportunities in academic offerings.Accessibility-This pillar includes many logistical aspects around college- and career-readiness, which include preparation, financial considerations, and degree/career attainment. Even if students are academically prepared, they also must know how to access educational and career opportunities beyond high school.Aspiration--This pillar addresses how postsecondary education and workforce training opportunities are presented to students to ensure they are making appropriate and informed choices for opportunities beyond high school.
  • These tools reinforce Accessibility and Aspiration for college and career readiness.
  • Returning users enter their username and password each time they use LearningExpress.
  • This shows the format of the browse list of Learning Centers.
  • By clicking on a categories, topics and subtopics will drop down.
  • To enlarge detail about the course or test, click on its titleSelect the test or course and add it to My Center
  • This is the list of Occupation Practice Tests. When we look at the Job and Career Accelerator refer back to these Learning Centers. The two programs can work in partnership.
  • Returning users enter their username and password each time they use LearningExpress.
  • This is the content screen of the tutorial.
  • As you progress through the tabs at the top of the page, you will see a list of its content on the left side of the screen.To begin you need to complete the “My Profile” and “Occupation Matcher” sections of the program. While you can continue without doing this, these two pieces are needed to customize the rest of the program to your specific preparation and goals.
  • The LEL Workplace Skills Improvements Learning Center is on the left. Note how it coordinates with the Job & Career section on Tools to Get Hired
  • Finally, this is “My Accelerator” where all of you information will be stored. If you edit your profile or retake the Occupation Matcher or change your preparation level, it will be reflected here as well. This is the content of My Accelerator. Note the LEL courses and tests recommended in bottom right corner.
  • The second tab bar enables you to move freely within the topics of the Accelerator section you are in at that time. The Tip Wizard appears of every screen in the program and the information changes to reflect the area you are viewing. The ? In the upper right hand corner is the help icon.
  • This is a new resource this year and provides resources to boost basic workplace and job search skills and prepare job seekers for advanced occupational training.
  • Professional development is extremely important to help understand how these resources can best be utilized. INFOhio has several methods that can help teachers.
  • Learning Commons Thing #12, and 13 cover college and career readiness topics and lead into the LearningExpress Library.
  • Are you up to speed on the Common Core and the Ohio revised standards and their increased emphasis on inquiry? Are you ready to integrate the powerful new INFOhio resources into your curriculum or library program? Are you looking for ways to ratchet-up assignments to incorporate more critical thinking, inquiry and collaboration? Want professional development delivered to your computer on these and other topics? Don’t miss this year’s afterschool Learn With INFOhio! series of free 45-minute webinars for school librarians, classroom teachers, curriculum coordinators, and technologists. No registration is required.  Great opportunity to earn contact hours.
  • Create highly-qualified professional development opportunities Specifically target classroom teachers, school librarians, administrators, technology and curriculum coordinators, and college-level personnelUse INFOhio’s website and the Learning Commons as effective delivery methods for directed teacher training For more information about scheduling ICoach help for your school or district, visit ICoach: INFOhio’s Certified Coach Programhttp://www.infohio.org/Educator/ICoach.html
  • Never hesitate to say “I don’t know” but please pass along items to us you may be unsure of and we will get answers/comments to you asap.
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    • 1. Future Ready: Preparing for the Third Grade Guarantee and College and Career with INFOhio Resources
    • 2. √ What does College and Career Readiness mean to you? √ Why has college and career readiness become so important? √ How does a student become college and career ready? √ Where can I find no cost tools to help me prepare my students to be college and career ready? √ Who can help me learn more about these CCR tools? Learning Targets for Today
    • 3. David T. Conley (2012). “A Complete Definition of College and Career Readiness.” The Educational Policy Improvement Center. https://www.epiconline.org/Issues/college-career-readiness/definition.dot
    • 4. David T. Conley (2012). “A Complete Definition of College and Career Readiness.” The Educational Policy Improvement Center. https://www.epiconline.org/Issues/college-career-readiness/definition.dot
    • 5. College and Career Readiness- What does it mean? Start ready….. Leave ready.
    • 6. Employer Expectations Skills Mismatch International Advantage Personal Benefits Economic Future Why has college and career readiness become so important?
    • 7. Knowing the CCR Facts in Ohio 39% 55% 34% 16% 49% 60%
    • 8. College Readiness site for Ohio Board of Regents https://www.ohiohighered.org/data- reports/college-readiness High School to College Transition Reports Feedback reports on how students from Ohio’s high schools made the transition from high school to college, focusing on measures of preparation and college success. Information is presented at the statewide, district, and high school levels of detail.
    • 9. High School to College Transition Report
    • 10. Turn and Talk What would your students answer if they were asked what college and career ready means to them? How is your school district addressing college and career readiness?
    • 11. Academic Preparation Accessiblity Aspiration College and Career Readiness http://portal.battelleforkids.org/OAC/our-story/the-challenge
    • 12. The CCSS Shifts Build Toward College and Career Readiness for All Students Students solve problems involving the major content for their grade level with connections to practices. Students solve problems involving the additional and supporting content for their grade level with connections to practices. Students express mathematical reasoning by constructing mathematical arguments and critiques. Students read and comprehend a range of sufficiently complex texts independently Students write effectively when using and/or analyzing sources. Students build and present knowledge through research ELA/Literacy Math
    • 13. PARCC Model Content Frameworks http://www.parcconline.org/mcf/ela/parcc-model-content-frameworks-browser
    • 14. Shryock, Char. PARCC and Literacy CCSS, Lorain City Schools presntation, http://iteachbay.blogspot.com/
    • 15. Shifting Focus Skill Development Inquiry/ Research/ PBL Ohio Learning Standards College/ Career Readiness
    • 16. Where can I find a no cost tool that helps me with standards, college and career readiness and inquiry?
    • 17. www.infohio.org
    • 18. Introducing IMatrix--imatrix.infohio.org
    • 19. IMatrix-Three Ways to Search Search by Block Search by Standards Search by Standard Progression
    • 20. http://www.wswheboces.org/SSS.cfm?subpage=598
    • 21. Let’s Explore IMatrix Go to http://imatrix.infohio.org Begin by looking over the IMatrix Guide Check out the Dimensions of Inquiry Explore the search strategies • Use CC.*.W.7
    • 22. Where can I find no cost tools to help me prepare my students to be college and career ready?
    • 23. INFOhio CCR handout
    • 24. http://bit.ly/14e24Ug Be sure to click add webmix to see all the rows INFOhio’s CCR Symbaloo Blue rows— General resources Orange rows— INFOhio tools Pink rows— INFOhio Elementary resources Brown rows— INFOhio MS/HS resources
    • 25. Curriculum Toolbox http://www.infohio.org/index.php/news/268-curriculum-toolboxes-published
    • 26. Third Grade Reading Guarantee . “It starts with being able to read at the 3rd grade level at 3rd grade,” he said. “Looking at data about reading, 26 percent of our 3rd graders are unable to read. Being able to read, opens up the future for these students.” State Supt. Richard Ross at State Board of Education Meeting, July 8-9, 2013
    • 27. https://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Early-Learning/Third-Grade-Reading-Guarantee
    • 28. Third Grade Reading Reading Standards-Foundational Skills- (K-5) √ Print Concepts √ Phonological Awareness √ Phonics and Word Recognition √ Fluency College and Career Readiness for 3rd Grade Reading Guarantee
    • 29. http://www.azed.gov/azcomm oncore/files/2012/05/k- 12collegeandcareerchecklist. pdf
    • 30. College and Career Readiness-- Elementary http://www.scoop.it/t/ccrelementaryschool
    • 31. Educator Center •Recommendations for integrating resource into literacy curriculum For Educators •Discussion questions •“Mini-lessons” •Thematic connections •And more READING EDUCATION CENTER
    • 32. For students in grades PreK-3
    • 33. BookFLIX
    • 34. Curriculum Correlations
    • 35. Research
    • 36. Common Core Connection Research to Build and Present Knowledge √ Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating the subject under investigation. √ Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, assess the credibility and accuracy of each source, and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism. √ Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection and research.
    • 37. http://www.scoop.it/t/cc rmiddleschool
    • 38. http://www.scoop.it/t/cc rmiddleschool
    • 39. http://www.scoop.it/t/ccrhighschool
    • 40. Students get an interactive guide to help them with research.
    • 41. Each question has helpful links and resources.
    • 42. Act: How Do I Find Valid Information?
    • 43. Ask, Act, Achieve Teacher’s Guide The Teacher’s Guide offers help on each topic, subtopics, and links.
    • 44. Six Dimensions of Inquiry
    • 45. Module 1 Ask Good Questions
    • 46. Meet Gabe
    • 47. Getting Started “I Can” Statements  I can ask appropriate questions that help me focus a research topic or solve a problem.  I can use questions to narrow or broaden my topic.  I can ask questions that open several avenues for me to explore.
    • 48. Dig In
    • 49. Try It
    • 50. Practice Makes Perfect
    • 51. Tools to Excel Diggo Evernote Zotero Wallwisher RSS feeds Google Reader And More
    • 52. INFOhio Online Catalogs
    • 53. World Book – Research Tools For Teachers and Students
    • 54. Read- Out-Loud Feature.
    • 55. Mathematical Practices
    • 56. Science Online has Math resources too.
    • 57. Go! INFOhio for Math Resources http://go.infohio.org
    • 58. Academic Preparation Accessiblity Aspiration College and Career Readiness
    • 59. LearningExpress Library
    • 60. Choose tests/courses from categories
    • 61. Learning Express is organized into categories, topics, and subtopics Navigate tabs
    • 62. Click test name for details Select course and add to My Center
    • 63. Occupation Practice Tests Praxis
    • 64. Tutorial
    • 65. Get Started
    • 66. My Accelerator
    • 67. My Accelerator
    • 68. Workforce Skills
    • 69. Skills are presented with specific workplace applications.
    • 70. Professional Development Who can help me learn more about these CCR tools?
    • 71. 21 Things-Check out Thing #12, 13 Good review of INFOhio resources for College and Career Readiness Practice test examples
    • 72. Learn With INFOhio! Webinar Series Want professional development delivered to your computer? Don’t miss this year’s afterschool Learn With INFOhio! series of FREE 45-minute webinars for school librarians, classroom teachers, curriculum coordinators and technologists.
    • 73. www.infohio.org/Educator/ICoach.ht ml ICoach Team will provide professional development for your staff
    • 74. Follow INFOhio on Twitter, Facebook and Our Newsletter
    • 75. General Resources Achieve. http://achieve.org Student voices video from Achieve. http://vimeo.com/45462863 Arizona Department of Education. College and Career checklist. http://www.azed.gov/azcommoncore/files/2012/05/k-12collegeandcareerchecklist.pdf Battele for Kids, OAC Portal. http://portal.battelleforkids.org/OAC/our-story/the-challenge David T. Conley (2012). “A Complete Definition of College and Career Readiness.” The Educational Policy Improvement Center. https://www.epiconline.org/Issues/college-career-readiness/definition.dot Ohio Board of Regents, College Readiness. https://www.ohiohighered.org/data-reports/college-readiness Ohio Department of Education. Third Grade Guarantee. https://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Early-Learning/Third- Grade-Reading-Guarantee Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career (PARCC). Model Content Frameworks. http://www.parcconline.org/mcf/ela/parcc-model-content-frameworks-browser Shryock, Char. PARCC and Literacy CCSS, Lorain City Schools presntation, http://iteachbay.blogspot.com/ Washington/Saratoga BOCES. Common Core & Library. http://www.wswheboces.org/SSS.cfm?subpage=598
    • 76. INFOhio Resources INFOhio’s All Resources Collection. http://www.infohio.org/ER/ERcore.asp INFOhio’s College and Career Readiness Symbaloo. http://bit.ly/14e24Ug INFOhio’s Curriculum Toolbox (CCR ScoopIts for Elementary, MS, HS). http://www.infohio.org/index.php/news/268-curriculum-toolboxes-published INFOhio’s Go! http://go.infohio.org/ INFOhio’s IMatrix. http://imatrix.infohio.org INFOhio’s Research 4 Success. http://r4s.infohio.org
    • 77. Questions?

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