Finding professionally-evaluated, standards-aligned, free online resources just got easier for Ohio teachers. INFOhio is providing all Ohio PreK-12 schools with access to the Knovation Content Collection through INFOhio’s Educator Tools. Knovation’s extensive collection of online resources includes high-quality open educational resources (OER) and open access learning resources that engage students and improve learning.
Educator Tools, powered by INFOhio, now includes more than 40,000 teacher-approved lesson plans, assessments, and other instructional resources, curated by Knovation, to support personalized learning, project-based learning, and the inquiry process. For the 2018-2019 school year, INFOhio has transformed Educator Tools by leveraging Knovation’s managed OER metadata to give Ohio educators easy and free access to contextualized, teacher-evaluated, standards-aligned learning resources from exemplary K-12 content publishers. In INFOhio’s Educator Tools, teachers can find the best-in-class learning resources for all grades and all subject areas to differentiate and personalize learning for Ohio’s PreK-12 students.
Knovation is an Ohio-based company with a team of education professionals who use a 127-point rubric to evaluate the instructional materials.
Each day, INFOhio retrieves new standards-aligned instructional content. Visit Educator Tools often to find the best instructional materials for educators and their students.
Find links to Educator Tools on the INFOhio homepage, in the menu at the top of most INFOhio webpages, and in the menu of links at the bottom of most INFOhio webpages.
For more information on INFOhio’s partnership with Knovation, see the press release, INFOhio Announces Partnership with Knovation. To learn more about using Educator Tools, watch the Learn With INFOhio webinar, Teacher-Approved Instructional Content, Curated by Knovation and Powered by INFOhio. For tips on how you can use Educator Tools to find instructional resources for your classroom, watch this brief INFOhio video tutorial.
Questions or comments? Contact us at https://support.infohio.org.