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Interactive Notebooks

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Melissa Burnside

on 7 June 2014

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Transcript of Interactive Notebooks

Have you ever heard your students say...
Interactive Notebooks
by: Melissa Burnside and Cheryl Williams
I can't find my...
notes, homework, etc.




I can't remember what we did in class yesterday.
I'm sure it's in...
my locker...
my book bag...
my room...
I was absent last week, did I miss anything?


WHAT ARE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS?
A personalized textbook
A working portfolio which includes:
Notes
Strategies
Classwork
Foldables
Graphic organizers
Handouts
A highly individualized way for students to interact with the content/concepts being learned, themselves and their thinking, and the teacher.
Why interactive notebooks?
The format is engaging to multiple learning styles:
Visual
Kinesthetic
Linguistic
Encourages application of writing strategies.
Facilitates higher order and independent thinking.
Benefits of using Interactive Notebooks?
Students
Assists in organizing their work
All work is located in one place
Easier to make up absentee work
Easier to study for tests
See their progress/growth over time
Supports students in developing critical thinking skills
Educators
Reinforces the importance of carefully structuring and scaffolding each lesson
Shifts responsibility of learning and organization to students
Determines if students understand concepts
Serves as a portfolio piece
How is the notebook assessed?
Formatively
-Progress monitoring
-Provide commentary about a concept or written response
Summatively using a rubric
Individual assignment basis
Selected sections assessed for conventions

Key Elements
table of contents
sticky notes
foldables
handouts
journal entries
graphic organizers
There are 7 continents.
Optional Designs
The left side of the journal is"left" for the student to show his/her own learning.

The right side of the journal is "reserved" for teacher's notes, handout, etc.





Adapt for the Younger Student
Nicole Shelby on TPT
Older Students




Younger Students






Journals can be divided into sections such as:
author's craft
strategies
response
word work
QUESTIONS
Thank You!!
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