Dinah Zike’s 3-D interactive graphic organizers have been used by educators since she established her publishing and consulting company in 1986. In 2001, McGraw-Hill began incorporating Dinah’s manipulatives into their texts and the term Foldables was coined. It has been estimated that as many as 85-90% of all students in the United States of America will use Dinah’s Foldables at some point in their K-12 education, many through McGraw-Hill Education textbooks.
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Dinah Zike shows up as an avatar (scroll down to the "Authors" section) for the McGraw-Hill K-5 Inspire Science program--check it out!
Dinah Zike Academy is a Premier Partner for Schreiner University. This means that if you've attended the Dinah Zike Academy for professional development, you are eligible to pursue Schreiner University's online programs for advanced study at a preferred rate.
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We're so pleased that all of Schreiner University's education programs include experience with Dinah's strategies and materials.