Introducing Interactive Notebooks

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Introducing Interactive Notebooks

  1. 1. Interactive Student Notebooks ehartjes/09 www.teachersatrisk.com 1
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  3. 3. Interactive notebooks are personalized text books containing ● teacher input of testable and other important information ● student output demonstrating understanding 3
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  5. 5. Interactive notebooks help students learn by encouraging using both sides of the brain to make  learning easier encouraging processing information by combining  words and visuals becoming a working portfolio to  demonstrate progress encouraging organization  5
  6. 6. Also by helping you ● learn, understand and remember important content ● use critical and creative thinking skills ● develop communication skills ● apply knowledge and skills to new and familiar situations skills 6
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  8. 8. Input Output 8
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  10. 10. Organization ● First page is a title page all about you. ● Next six pages are for the table of contents. Number the pages --- odd numbers on the left ● side and even numbers on the right side. ● All teacher input on left side of page. ● All student output on right side of page. ● Keep a pocket on the back cover for tests. If you are absent, you must get the left-side input ● from the teacher or another student. 10
  11. 11. Tools ●8.5 / 11 spiral notebook (one that an 8.5 x 11" sheet of paper can fit into without any trimming pencils, pens, highlighters and colored pencils crayons- No ● markers ● scissors and glue sticks ● erasers ● clear ruler ● protractor and compass ● whiteout 11
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