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Dive into Science and Social Studies Content with the PebbleGo Next Class

Author // Sarah Mowery Tuesday, 22 March 2022

The K-5 Digital Content Learning Pathway has a new class, PebbleGo Next. Participants will learn how to support the best practices for digital reading for students in grades 3-5 using content from the five databases in PebbleGo Next: Science, Biographies, Social Studies, States, and American Indian History. This class will help educators use the standards-aligned instructional resources offered by PebbleGo Next and integrate them into classroom instruction. Additionally, after successfully completing the final quiz, earn a certificate for two contact hours.

 

 

The K-5 Digital Content Learning Pathway is intended for adults working with Ohio learners in grades K-5. The training includes instructional content from specific digital resources provided by INFOhio in the areas of digital reading and technology integration. Participants who complete the K-5 Digital Content Learning Pathway can earn up to 22 contact hours and a digital badge. Currently, the K-5 Digital Content Learning Pathway includes ten classes, the newly added PebbleGo Next class, and eight additional classes:

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About the Author

Posted by: Sarah Mowery

Sarah Mowery is a Professional Instructional Specialist with INFOhio. She has worked in education for 16 years as a school librarian and technology coach in elementary and middle school settings. While in these roles, she's been an integral part of the building leadership teams working as a curriculum connector and integrating web-based tools. She earned a BA in Sociology from Bowling Green State University and an MLS with a specialization in PK-12 schools from East Carolina University. Sarah was one of the original INFOhio ICoaches when the program first began in 2013 and has a passion for sharing how INFOhio resources can transform teaching and impact learning for students and educators across the state of Ohio. 

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