INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK. For use in the Health Class By Susan Gosney. KEY LEARNING: Participants will actively engage in creating a sample Interactive Notebook (INB). Unit Essential Question: How will the participants utilize the information regarding the INB for their future educational needs?
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For use in the Health Class
- Information and notes from the teacher (class, discussion, readings).
- testable info, required info.
- as the teacher you decide which side you want as the teacher side. (I use left.)
-Student answers, critical thinking issues, reflections, formative assessments.
-Students re-organize new info into creative, expressive ways of what the notes mean to them. (drawings, diagrams, graphic organizers, poetry/rap, colors, cartoons/storyboards, new questions.)
- I use the right side for students
Enter in TOC next to #6.