DIGITAL INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS By Katherine Mailloux.

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  • DIGITAL INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS By Katherine Mailloux
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  • My name is Katherine Mailloux (Dianne). I teacher ELA at Boiling Springs Middle School. I am a graduate from USC Upstate. I am a wife, mother, and grandmother.
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  • How do you use notebooks in your classrooms? Have you thought about making them digital? http://padlet.com/k_mailloux/notebooksinyourclassroom
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  • My Roadblocks: I lost my notesI turned that in to you I did that, you lost it When can I take notes on my iPad What happens if they lose their iPad or sent off for repair What if their iPad isnt charged District is going 1:1 I thought there must be a better way, how can I achieve 1:1 and fix some of these issues at the same time?
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  • The Digital Writing Workshop Connecting what we know about effective instruction with the writing workshop approach to what we are learning about emerging technologies can provide us with a powerful way to teach digital writing. Troy Hicks, http://digitalwritingworkshop.wikispaces.com/Chapter1 http://digitalwritingworkshop.wikispaces.com/Chapter1 I wonder: How I can incorporate this with a digital notebook. Explore this website making notes of what you notice.
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  • SHARE TIME SHARE TIME HTTP://PADLET.COM/K_MAILLOUX/SHARETIME
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  • HTTP://WWW.NWP.ORG/CS/PUBLIC/PRINT/RESOURCE/3310 Digital writing is more than just a skill; it is a means of interfacing with ideas and with the world, a mode of thinking and expressing in all grades and disciplines. Digital writing can help students develop critical thinking skills and support learning across all subject areas. Educators, community members, and policymakers must work together to promote technology development in schools to create learning environments that support digital literacy. http://www.nwp.org/cs/public/print/resource/3310http://www.nwp.org/cs/public/print/resource/3310 Digital writing helps with: Critical thinking skills, Supports learning across all subjects There has to be away to creative digital interactive notebooks. How to do this is the question? Explore this website, writing what you notice about digital writing
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  • SHARE TIME SHARE TIME HTTP://PADLET.COM/K_MAILLOUX/SHARETIME
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  • INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS Why Interactive notebooks work? This style of notebook uses both the right and left-brain hemispheres to help sort, categorize and be creative with the newly attained knowledge. The right side of the spiral notebook is for writing down information given by the teacher (notes, vocabulary, video notes, labs, etc.). The left side of the spiral shows the understanding of the information from the right side (brainstorming, reflections, drawings/figures, worksheets, etc.). http://jyounghewes.tripod.com/science_notebooks.html http://jyounghewes.tripod.com/science_notebooks.html I wonder: How I can make an interactive notebook digital? Explore this website writing what you notice about interactive notebooks.
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  • SHARE TIME SHARE TIME HTTP://PADLET.COM/K_MAILLOUX/SHARETIME
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  • WHAT IS AN INTERACTIVE NOTE BOOK? Interactive notebook. (inter-ak-tiv not-bu k) n. 1. A collection of notes taken from reading, listening, discussion, and viewing, including corresponding responses, either in graphic or written form. First introduced in AddisonWesleys History Alive! 2. Daily journal-type recording of student-written class notes from reading, lecture, and discussions, and the reflective and metacognitive responses students make to their own note taking. Dr. Nia Malika Pole (Carter, Hernandez, & Richison, 2009)
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  • THE PURPOSE OF THE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK IS TO ENABLE STUDENTS TO BE CREATIVE, INDEPENDENT THINKERS AND WRITERS. HTTP://INTERACTIVE-NOTEBOOKS.WIKISPACES.COM/ What is the purpose of using an Interactive Notebook?
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  • INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS ARE USED FOR CLASS NOTES AS WELL AS FOR OTHER ACTIVITIES WHERE THE STUDENT WILL BE ASKED TO EXPRESS HIS/HER OWN IDEAS AND PROCESS THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN CLASS. HTTP://INTERACTIVE-NOTEBOOKS.WIKISPACES.COM/ How are they used?
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  • What will it look like in my classroom? Things I considered! 1) Student friendly, It has to be easy 2) Handouts from my class 3) Easy for me to check 4) Incorporating EDI EQ, Checking for understanding 5) Student must be able to actively use it
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  • Teacher Page 2 Notes A spiral notebook that is used to organize information. The right side is used for teacher information (notes, lectures, discussions, handouts, etc.) The left side is used for student information (drawings, cartoons, personalized wording of vocabulary, etc.) 1 Essential Question 2 Teacher Notes 3 Answer EQ in your own words 1- What is interactive notebook? 3 Answer EQ in your words An interactive notebook is a way for students to organize their notes on the right side. The left side is for me to ask questions practice or create my ideas. Right Side Teacher Side
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  • Student Page 2 Questions 1 Independent Practice 2 Questions Level 1 Factual Level 2 Interpretive Level 3 Evaluative 1- Independent Practice Left Side Student Side
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  • Asking questions about things we dont know is another way we learn new information The higher the level of question, the higher the level of thinking and understanding you achieve. ? Costas Levels of Questions
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  • WHAT DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE DOES INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS REACH?
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  • PROS OF CREATING DIGITAL INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS 1) Student has everything in one place 2) Auto Save notes, revision history, questions, ect. 3) Allows for collaboration4) Written conversation with teacher 5) Accessible from anywhere, anytime6) No Copies I could load electronic copies 7) Student can see his/her growth over time8) Promote 1:1 especially in writing
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  • CONS OF CREATING DIGITAL INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS 1)Student doesnt bring iPad to class 2) iPad not charged when they come to class 3) Student loses iPad or has to send it off for repair 4) Wi Fi is down 5) Student deletes digital notebook
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  • My goals
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  • Goal # 1 Setup and familiarize students with the digital interactive notebook Your success will be judged ultimately by what you produce and the attitude with which you approach your work. Vickie Gill, The Ten Commandments of Professionalism for Teachers
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  • Goal # 2 Have students actively using digital interactive notebook in my class daily. What we teach in our classes must keep up with the changes in what our students will be required to do when they exit the school system. Vickie Gill, The Ten Commandments of Professionalism for Teachers
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  • Goal # 3 Share with others what has worked and what hasnt worked in my classroom We have all made mistakes, so dont be embarrassed to tell a trusted colleague about a problem. Vickie Gill, The Ten Commandments of Professionalism for Teachers
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  • Choices
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  • How will you incorporate digital interactive notebooks in your classroom? Please feel free to share any ideas. http://padlet.com/k_mailloux/Digitalnotebooks
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  • Teacher and Student samples with be attached in September as this is the beginning of my journey. Information will be updated as this is incorporated in my classroom in August. I look forward to sharing my ideas with others.

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