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The 21st Century Science Notebook

How to help your class create student-centered science notebooks that encourage communication, creativity and ownership of learning.
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Interactive Science Notebook / table of contents

How to set up the table of contents for your science notebook!
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Digital Science Notebooks (part 2) with Google Apps webinar

Part of the Google Apps for Education Professional Development webinar series. Slides: https://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0AYfF4JvEu3mZZGNrODI4Y3NfNzhmY...
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How to Use an Interactive Science Notebook

This video introduces students and parents to the interactive science notebook and how we're going to use it in science class this year. It contains ideas fo...
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Interactive Science Notebook Flipped video

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Digital Science Notebooks with Google Apps webinar

Part of the Google Apps for Education Professional Development webinar series Digital Science Notebooks with Google Apps Skill level: Beginner Lead by Greg B...
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Science Notebooking: Picture of the Day - Activity

Science Notebooking: Picture of the Day - Activity | science notebooking | Scoop.it

I attended a training class and a science coach shared an activity that he does with his students to help them differentiate between observations, inferences, and predictions.

He puts a picture on the interactive white board as a warm up (he gets the pictures from a variety of sources but uses National Geographic's Picture of the Day a lot). The picture above is from the National Geographic site.

He has the students make five observations. Then he makes the students make five inferences. Finally he has the students make five predictions.

He does this every day and it really drives home the difference between those three key inquiry vocabulary terms.


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