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Notebooks. 3 – 2 – 1 Blast Off!. Write down : 3 reasons why math/science notebooks are important, 2 issues you face in implementing them, 1 question you have about their use. Now let’s BLAST OFF !. Engage! Think! Communicate!. Link professional world & student applications.

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Notebooks

Notebooks


3 2 1 blast off

3 – 2 – 1 Blast Off!

Write down:

  • 3 reasons why math/science notebooks are important,

  • 2 issues you face in implementing them,

  • 1 question you have about their use.


Now let s blast off

Now let’s BLAST OFF!


Engage think communicate

Engage! Think! Communicate!


Link professional world student applications

Link professional world & student applications


L inks professional world and classroom

Links professional world and classroom

  • Inquiry-based lab notebook


Notebook links classroom and professional world

Notebook links classroom and professional world

“Writing is how we think our way into a subject and make it our own.”

William Zinsser, author of Writing to Learn


Goals

Goals

  • Science

    • Design and conduct scientific inquiry

  • Math

    • Solve relevant, authentic problems


21 st century skills

21st Century Skills

  • LITERACY!

  • Global awareness

  • Problem solving

  • Collaboration

  • Creativity

  • Communication


Ways to set it up

Ways to set it up


Ways to set it up1

Ways to set it up

  • Entry

    • Title & date

    • Purpose

    • Materials

    • Procedure

    • Results

    • Conclusion

  • Notebook

    • Instructions

    • Table of contents

    • Numbered pages

    • Chronological

*Consider a school-wide format?


Interactive format

Interactive format

Purpose: focus on today’s activity

Examples: pre-test, quick-write, demonstration, T-chart

Purpose: information from today’s activity (learning)

Examples: textbook or lecture notes, vocabulary, lab procedure & data, worksheet, concept map

Purpose: reflect or apply today’s activity

Examples: content or lab questions, quick-write, 3-2-1 summary, diagram, graph


Using notebooks so much to consider

Using notebooksSo much to consider . . .

  • Teacher driven

  • Student driven

  • Journal

  • Portfolio

  • Individual

  • Collaborative


And more to consider

And more to consider . . .

  • Type of notebook

    • Composition book

    • Loose-leaf notebook

    • Lined paper/graph paper

  • Writing tools

    • Pencils/pens/highlighters/markers

  • Stay at school or take home

  • Feedback


So now what

So now what?

  • Select one of the following questions and respond:

    • What do I need to get notebooks started in my classroom?

    • What support do I need to make notebooks in my classroom a success?

    • What would be a good addition or change in using notebooks in my classroom?


Available resources

Available Resources

  • Professional resource books available to borrow from GAMSP:


Additional resources

Additional resources

  • Children’s literature available at local libraries:


And more resources

And more resources


Remember

Remember. . .

  • You may ask GAMSP staff for help with getting notebooksstarted.

  • You may borrow actual scientists’ notebooks to share with students.

  • You may choose to include notebooks in your PLC topics.


Now think about your notebook for this workshop

Now think about your notebook for this workshop . . .

  • SET UP: How will you set up your notebook for maximum effectiveness?

  • PLANNING AHEAD: Would you consider leaving space for a table of contents, glossary, tabbed sections

  • TAKING RISKS: Would you consider trying the Interactive Notebook model?


Turn and talk

Turn and Talk!


Thank you

Thank you!


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