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Welcome Back PBL Cohort 2! June 6-12, 2012. Welcome Back!!. Agenda for the Day This week’s agenda ( 8:00-8:15) Heartland AEA/Drake Credit Week 2 Information Interactive Notebooks ( 8:15-11:30 ) Lunch (11:30-12:30) Using online data collection and documents with Mike Todd (12:30-3:30)

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Welcome back pbl cohort 2 june 6 12 2012

Welcome Back PBL Cohort 2!June 6-12, 2012


Welcome back

Welcome Back!!

Agenda for the Day

  • This week’s agenda (8:00-8:15)

  • Heartland AEA/Drake Credit

  • Week 2 Information

  • Interactive Notebooks (8:15-11:30)

  • Lunch (11:30-12:30)

  • Using online data collection and documents with Mike Todd (12:30-3:30)

  • Wrap up and field trip instructions for tomorrow and Friday


Heartland drake credit for week 1 year 2

Heartland/Drake Credit for Week 1 Year 2

  • Activity Name: - Integrating STEM Through Problem-Based Learning Year 2, Part I

  • (2 credits)

  • Dates: June 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 2012Location: Plymouth Congregational Church

  • Activity Number: DR326699991301

  • Course will close for registration on June 12


Heartland drake credit for week 2 year 2

Heartland/Drake Credit for Week 2 Year 2

  • August 8-13

  • 8-4pm

  • Will be held at Heartland AEA August 8-10 face-to-face

  • August 13-14 online (payroll sheet needed)

  • Everyone needs to sign up via Heartland website

    Activity Name: Moodle Instruction for PBL (Face to Face)

    Activity Number: DR348292111301


Interactive notebooks

INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

How the brain processes information and how you can use it to your advantage in the classroom!


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

  • What is an Interactive Notebook?

  • Why use Interactive Notebooks?

  • Binocular Vision

  • Brain Research

  • Processing Information

  • Make a MODEL to

    TAKE HOME as an EXAMPLE


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

  • Spiral Binder (duct tape is your friend!)

    – No 3 Ring Binders! (composition notebook option/print at 60% reduced size)

  • Start second week of school (1st full week)

  • Warn to get notebook (or teacher provided)

  • Let classes somewhat stabilize

  • Plan one block/class period for construction

  • Keep a teacher master copy during the year

  • Make it WORK for YOU!


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Construction

  • A flurry of cutting and pasting

  • Scissors or paper cutters

  • Hand out and cut vspre-cut

  • White glue vs glue sticks and tape


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

The Cover

Blank White Paper

Personalizes the Notebook

  • Course Title

  • Student Name

  • Two Illustrations

  • Minimum of Four Colors

    • Do It – (Student Homework)

      • Glue It – (In Class)


Interactive notebooks cover page

INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKSCOVER PAGE


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Construction

  • Cover

  • Keeping an Interactive Notebook- Inside front cover

  • Table of Contents- First page front/back

  • Scoring sheet-Second page front/back

  • Adult input page- Back of last page

  • Scoring rubric -Inside back cover


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Construction

Types of Assignments (optional)

Samples Here - Create Your Own

Glue on the next pages after scoring sheet using both front/back of all pages


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Construction

  • Number the bottom outside corner of the pages - First Blank Page is 1, 2 is the back side of page 1, etc.

  • Number all pages front and back in ink


Break time

BREAK TIME!


Keeping an interactive notebook

KEEPING AN INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK

Left page

Right page

Notes

Lectures

Labs

Practice problems

Teacher generated

Traditional teaching

  • Assignments done

    before or after taking notes

  • Student generated assignments

  • Processing information

  • Sketches/handouts

  • Graphic organizers

  • Projects

  • Use color!


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Table of Contents Page

  • Can print one or make one depending on students –

  • First Blank Page

  • Can Separate left/right pages or use one column for all

    Table of Contents

    Left Page # Right Page #

    2 3

    4 5

    6 7

    Add a FLIP PAGE when out of room

    Make it WORK for YOU!


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

The Types of Assignments

ARE SAMPLES

- Create Your Own -


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Number ALL the Pages

  • Number on the Bottom Outside Corner

  • Start after the Table of Contents -Page 1

  • Number to the LAST page – So pages cannot be torn out and used for other classes.


Interactive notebooks scoring

INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS SCORING

Scoring Notebooks and Assignments

  • Grading is Unique to Individual Teachers

  • To serve as a basis of discussion, the ‘sample Score Sheet and grading method’ will be reviewed

  • Then Participants will discuss modifications and variations


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Scoring

  • Once a Week

  • Score as a group or trade with lab partner

  • 3 Point Rubric (2 is EXPECTED)

  • 5 point rubric (4 is EXPECTED)

  • Highlight checked assignments each week in table of contents


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Score Sheet

Teacher Signature Points

  • Teacher signs or stamps work (keep track of the number each week in your master notebook)

  • Interacts with students

  • Spot check work

  • Collect less work per day

  • Count during the notebook check and highlight them to avoid confusion

  • Set number points per stamp

    Make it WORK for YOU!


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Score Sheet

Collect Notebooks and Record Scores

  • Once a Semester

  • Once a Grading Period

  • Never

    Make it WORK for YOU!


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

How have YOU Made it WORK for you!

OPEN ENTRY - Two blank pages

SELF

Right Page - Summarize the methods (may be the same or different from the aforementioned ideas or techniques) and modifications for scoring notebooks used by YOU.


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Group - Share out with the group -

PLEASE no discussion until everyone has shared information

Guidelines -

One Person reports

1. How YOU do notebook grading

2. What YOU like most about how you grade

3. What YOU would like to modify

Then Rotate to the Right

Take notes or highlight common features

Discuss AFTER everyone has shared out


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

AFTER everyone has shared out and the Group has discussed the grading and scoring of notebooks

LEFT PAGE

Bullet at least Three Ideas that YOU will or might add (or currently use and are VERY happen with)

AND

The reason for the bulleted idea


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Lost Notebooks

Generally NOT an Issue

Start another with a new Score Sheet

Credit for lost WORK?

Teacher - Student Comprise

  • Use current grade in course - Assign that number of points based on the group average

  • Credit with the Group Average

  • Give a Zero

    Make it WORK for YOU!


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INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

Rubrics Page

Three Point

  • 3 Points (a WOW Product)

    • all of the requirements are evident and EXCEEDED

    • the product is VERY neatly done and EXTREMELY well organized

    • the product shows LOTS of creativity and is colorfully illustrated

    • completed on time

  • 2 Points - (What is EXPECTED)

    • the requirements are evident

    • the product is neatly done and organized

    • the product shows some creativity and is illustrated

    • completed on time

  • 1 Point – (One or More parts is missing)

    • few of the requirements are evident

    • the product is fairly neatly done and partly organized

    • the product shows little creativity and few illustrations

    • completed on time

  • 0 Points - (Does not meet Standards)

    • Unscorable or no product


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    INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

    Rubrics Page

    Five Point

    • 5 Points (a WOW Product)

    • 4 Points (What is EXPECTED)

    • 3 Points (Almost What is EXPECTED)

    • 2 Points - (SORT of what is EXPECTED)

    • 1 Point – (Two or More parts is missing)

    • 0 Points - (Does not meet Standards)


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    INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

    ADULT INPUT PAGE

    SEE ONE, DO ONE, TEACH ONE

    Optional versus Required

    Make it WORK for YOU!


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    INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

    ADULT INPUT PAGE

    Discuss with the Group

    How do YOU use Adult Input Pages and Interactive Notebooks

    Record Ideas and Reflections


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    • Other pages to go into the Notebook

      • Course Syllabus

      • I can statements/units

      • Classroom expectations

      • Lab safety contract

      • General information for students to reference and use during the year

      • What are other pages to include?


    Supplies for implementation

    Supplies for Implementation

    Supplies needed to construct/maintain notebooks

    • Scissors 1 for every student

    • White Glue 1 for every 2 students (refill bottles)

    • Duplicated Pages - one set per student

    • Highlighters

    • Crayons

    • Staple and store packets for future students transferring into the class

      Can keep in tubs at tables or in the back of the room


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    Questions to Consider

    • Do all students have the same pages or is each notebook different?

    • How much of the grade is this?

    • How often do I collect notebooks?

    • How do I include lab work?

    • What supplies will I supply versus what supplies students supply?


    Information overload

    INFORMATION OVERLOAD!


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    INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

    Reflection Time

    • Self- How might you use or adapt aspects of the Interactive Notebook with your students

    • Group - Discuss ideas or thoughts on how to use or adapt YOUR current use of notebooks with students


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    INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS

    • What assignments go in the notebook?

      • Teacher’s choice

        • All notes, homework, labs, quizzes, tests, classwork

        • Selected information - pick and choose

          SUGGESTIONS

        • All notes

        • 1 out of 3 homeworks (special assignments)

        • 2 out of 3 labs

        • Selected handouts/worksheets


    Lunch time

    LUNCH TIME!


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