Presented by Denise Tate Portions adopted from Annette Holder & M. Wells Interactive Science Notebooks.

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  • Presented byDenise TatePortions adopted from Annette Holder & M. WellsInteractive Science Notebooks

  • What are InteractiveScience Notebooks?A student thinking toolAnd organizer for inquiry questions and what I learnedA way to access and process the learning utilizing various modalities (writing, drawing, and discussion)A place for writing rough drafts based on hands-on learningA formative assessment tool for teachers

    TUSD Science Resource Center

  • Why Use Interactive Science Notebooks?Improve organization skillsImprove critical thinking skillsExpress understanding creatively

  • Why are we using Interactive Science Notebooks?Record dataStudy for testsRecord progressCommunication

  • Impact of Hands-on Science & Science Notebooks on Student AchievementResearch shows that student understanding and literacy skills improve when students do hands-on minds-on science and use science notebooks to make sense of their science investigations.

  • Science Notebook Setup

  • Science Notebook Supplies ScissorsOptionalcolored pencilsPens, & pencils3 ProngFolder Highlighters,

  • A Bit More On The LeftGetting Students to Think About Their LearningREFLECTION: Use Guiding Prompts:What are you curious about?What would you like to test?What was the main idea?What are the important details to remember?How does this relate to your life?What dont you understand?

  • Getting started - Step 1:My NameMy GradeOn the cover, write your name and period #. Design a cover for the theme Science, Technology and me. Due Thursday

  • Step 2:Starting with the first page, number the first 20 pages. Numbers should be small and at the top outside corner of every page.

    Science Journal2013 - 2014

    Southwest M.S.321-952-5800Denise TateRoom 8-209132Cover of Notebook

  • Example of communicating with others:REFLECTION QUESTIONS:What are you curious about?What would you like to test?What was the main idea?What are the important details to remember?How does this relate to your life?What dont you understand?

  • OUTPUT (your interpretation)INPUT (notes from teacher)Example page:

  • Graphic OrganizersHelp organize thoughtsAssist with answering open response questions

  • Fish Bones

  • Venn DiagramVenn Diagram

  • T-chart T-Chart

  • We Are READY!

  • Science Notebook Supplies Scissorsoptionalcolored pencilsPens, & pencilsTo be used daily. Highlighters, Three prongfolder

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