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  1. Interactive Science Notebooks Pre-K & Kindergarten

  2. Why Science Interactive Notebooks? • AISD initiative for science students in all grades.

  3. Why Science Interactive Notebooks? • AISD initiative for science students in all grades. • Can be used to help students learn & remember concepts.

  4. Why Science Interactive Notebooks? • AISD initiative for science students in all grades. • Can be used to help students learn & remember concepts. • Use the right and left brain hemispheres

  5. Why Science Interactive Notebooks? • AISD initiative for science students in all grades. • Can be used to help students learn & remember concepts. • Use the right and left brain hemispheres • Helps students sort, categorize and be creative with new knowledge

  6. The Notebook

  7. With a Science Interactive Notebook . • Students can be creative, independent explorers and thinkers.

  8. With a Science Interactive Notebook • Students can be creative, independent explorers and thinkers. • Students can react, review and reflect.

  9. With a Science Interactive Notebook • Students can be creative, independent explorers and thinkers. • Students can react, review and reflect. • The interactive notebook increases language and literacy learning.

  10. Left and Right Brain

  11. The “Left” brain “Loves” student work Left Page = Student Output

  12. Left Brain • Draw pictures • Give dictation • Venn diagrams • Concept maps • L of the KWL • Shows understanding

  13. The “Right” side of the brain “Restricted” to teacher input.

  14. Right Brain • Guidelines, TEKS • Pictures • Diagrams • Photographs • Guiding questions • K of the KWL • Vocabulary words • Academic language

  15. NotebookSet Up & Samples

  16. Left side of the notebook needs to be colorful ! This engages & allows creativity

  17. This helps the brain learn & organize information!

  18. Date the Pages: right side - odd numbers left side - even numbers • Table of Contents: Plan for the activities

  19. The Ultimate Goal… Review, Reflect, Revisit

  20. Small Group Discussion Which units and activities would you use the interactive notebook for? How will you plan for this?

  21. Gail Laubenthal, Pre-K Teacher Sanchez Elementary glaubent@austinisd.org Robbie Polan, Kindergarten Teacher Oak Hill Elementary rpolan@austinisd.org