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Using Interactive Notebooks to Engage Students Presented by S. Nichel Smith.

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  • Using Interactive Notebooks to Engage Students Presented by S. Nichel Smith
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  • Purpose, Process, Pay-off Purpose participants will learn what an interactive notebook and how to use it to guide instruction Process Participants will set up their own interactive notebook and brainstorm ways it can be used in the Science classroom Payoff participants will be able to teach engaging lessons that promote higher level thinking skills for all students.
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  • There is More to Teaching Science
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  • Think-Pair-Share -What do you know about Science Notebooks? -What would you like to know about Science Notebooks
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  • How do Science Notebooks Benefit Teachers? To identify evidence of student learning To identify students misconceptions To collect evidence of student growth over time To develop next steps for planning and teaching TUSD Science Resource Center
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  • How do Science Notebooks Benefit Students 1. Notebooks develop/enhance thinking skills 2. Notebooks Guide Teacher Instruction 3. Notebooks enhance literacy skills 4. Notebooks encourage differentiated learning 5. Notebooks foster student collaboration and accountable talk. Science and Children Nov/Dec 2005, p.28-32
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  • Impact of Hands-on Science & Science Notebooks on Student Achievement Research 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 and concepts.
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  • How does it work? Left side Output Student Centered Right-side Input Teacher Centered Information delivered by the teacher. inquiry lecture movie book Student evidence of processed concepts. creativity critical thinking connection imaging comparisons
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  • Science Notebook Supplies glue sticks scissors colored pencils pens & pencils composition notebook (No staples or white glue) NO MARKERS!
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  • I-notebook Components Cover Authors Page Guidelines Dos & Donts Rubric Table of contents References (index)
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  • Science Notebook Set-up Directions 1. On the cover, write your name and grade. 2. Starting with the first page, number the first 50 pages. The numbers should be small and at the top outside corner of every page.
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  • Now, its time to take out the glue! 3. On the back of the front cover, glue the I- notebook guidelines. 4. Label the first page the Authors Page Authors Page Notebook guidelines
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  • Table of Contents Label pages 4-8 as shown below. Table of Contents 48
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  • Science Notebook Supplies glue sticks scissors colored pencils pens & pencils composition notebook (No staples or white glue) NO MARKERS!
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  • Additional Helpful Hints Provide immediate feedback early on by checking a few notebooks daily Have occasional open notebook quizzes to inspire great notebooks Perfect Resource for PLC discussions

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