Webinar will be presented on Thursday, September 23, 3:30 PM
New content for Grades 3-6 is available from Capstone. New Capstone resources for students include PebbleGo Next and Capstone Interactive eBooks.
PebbleGo Next is designed for upper elementary students in grades 3-5 who are more proficient in navigating technology but still need some extra support using curriculum-aligned articles with more robust information. PebbleGo Next offers five unique databases: Science, Biographies, Social Studies, States, and American Indian History. Students will find articles, activities, videos, and games focused on these topics.
Capstone Interactive eBooks include a library of over 500 unlimited use digital books for grades 3-6 on the topics of science and social studies. The selection of titles support readers with grade level text and high-quality images and graphics. High-interest texts combine with text-highlighting, read-aloud features, and engaging book design to make reading a successful experience for every reader.
In addition to these resources, grades 3-5 educators can search by Ohio's Learning Standards for Science and Social Studies to find instructional guides and lesson plans for the digital content provided by these two products in a new resource called Capstone Connect.
All of these Capstone resources are licensed through the RemotEDx initiative and will be accessible through the RemotEDx Exchange website and the INFOhio website. Join INFOhio Assistant Director Lori Lee as she hosts Capstone Customer Success Specialist Vanessa Rients sharing what you need to know about integrating Capstone resources into your instruction beginning this fall.
Use this url to bookmark or link to See What’s New: Capstone Grades 3-6 Resources: https://dev.infohio.org/document-library/item/lwi20210923.
Lori Lee has twenty-nine years of experience in education as a high school English teacher, district librarian, and instructional technology coach. She is currently the Assistant Director of INFOhio where she oversees the Instructional team and works closely with the digital resources, professional development, and train-the-trainer programs. She serves on the OhioNet board and the Zanesville City Schools board. She is also an adjunct faculty member for Muskingum University in their graduate education program.
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