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Kick Up Instruction with Interactive Notebooks

Promoting higher-order thinking skills, interactive notebooks organize and engage students in the core curriculum.

Heather Childress

on 28 February 2013

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Transcript of Kick Up Instruction with Interactive Notebooks

Heather Childress and Amanda McLean,
Caldwell County Schools Kick It Up with Interactive Notebooks highly individualized way for kids to interact with:

content/concepts being learned

themselves, their thinking, and the teacher over time, evolves into:

a portfolio for individual learning

a record of each student’s growth

a tool for communication with parents and other teachers

http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=171177695&m=171257454 Individuality and the IKEA effect process
requires teacher preparation in advance
requires training and modeling
takes patience with students are mastering
must consistently be reinforced and practiced allow for multiple assessment options:


progress monitoring daily/weekly/spot check
to provide commentary about a concept or brief constructed response


using a rubric
on an individual assignment basis on selected sections, assessed for specifics results

facilitates higher-order thinking
applies reading/writing strategies across content areas
encourages interdisciplinary study
enables assessment/self-assessment
appeals to multiple intelligences
promotes pride in student work provides a powerful study tool, facilitates long-term memory retention not boxed
no one right way hchildress@caldwellschools.com

Thanks for coming and for your patience with our tech troubles!
Right side (teacher input)
vocabulary words
answer questions
word maps
graphic organizers
handouts with new information
RAP (read and preview text features) Left side (student output)
ticket out the door
diary entry
BCR/written responses
alternate ending to story
test corrections
venn diagrams/charts
Frayer models
easy/hard questions
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