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Interactive science notebook high school

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Science Interactive Notebook - Cells

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Science Interactive Notebooks - Maniacs in the Middle

Let’s talk interactive notebooks!! To be honest, I truly don’t know if you would classify my notebooks as “interactive” notebooks! My thought process behind the notebooks is that before notebooks, my students would lose EVERYTHING. LITERALLY EVERYTHING. It didn’t matter that they had a designated “science folder.” It was as if someone would come in our class late at night & throw everything away because things magically disappeared. I started these notebooks because I wanted a place for…

Interactive Notebook Setup

I love the way I set up my student's interactive notebooks in math! These tips will help a teacher in any subject get things going at the beginning of the year.

Interactive Notebook Setup

I love the way I set up my student's interactive notebooks in math! These tips will help a teacher in any subject get things going at the beginning of the year.

12 Things I Wish I Had Known About Interactive Science Notebooks

Are you new to using Interactive Notebooks? After 6 years of trial and error, I made a list of 12 things I wish I had known that very first year. Set up 4 pages for the Table of Contents. Instead of drawing sloppy lines on the page, I just use the red lines already provided in the ... Read more

Science Content In Middle and High School NGSS Classrooms

What does adopting the NGSS mean for the content you teach? When it comes to the NGSS and content, I hear time and again — "where is all the content?" Teachers