Kellie Marcarelli covers everything from rationale, procedures, organization, optimal use to propel student processing, thinking, learning, and metacognition, to how to explain the process to students and model it for them, to related classroom management, time management, assessment, and homework. A special segment on "accountable talk" also shows teachers how to develop the patterns of scientific discussion through classroom discourse that provide grounding for students' notebook entries.
This book can enrich learning in any science classroom and supports the effort to make students the owners of their own learning. Interactive notebooks are natural differentiators that allow students to learn standards-based content and demonstrate that learning in individualized ways.
Teaching Science With Interactive Notebooks includes a number of student reproducible pages and sample notebook pages, which are in color in the original. Teachers will benefit by seeing these pages in color and by being able to print them to show to their students as examples of what notebook pages could and should look like.
- Reproducible examples of interactive notebook pages
- Related books for teaching science
- Journal articles about interactive notebooks and teaching science