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Interactive notebooks respond to brain research that shows the importance of visualizing information in novel, creative ways, and learning through active processes. Traditionally, the right side of the notebook is for notes that the teacher delivers to students. These notes include graphic organizers or guided note pages where students can fill in examples, definitions, and key ideas of the lesson. These notes contain interactive pieces, such as graphic organizers that fold or open to include additional information about the topic. The left side is traditionally left for students to take their own notes. This includes student questions, summaries, Learning Targets, and independent practice problems. The Algebra 3 & 4 text books students have access to in my school are more than a decade old and do not include easily accessible definitions, nor do they include examples for students. Interactive notebooks make class notes, examples, and definitions exciting, novel, and easily accessible for students. It helps them keep their notes organized and sequential, a element of note taking with which many of my students struggle. More than this, however, interactive notebooks make note taking engaging and fun. Colored paper helps students locate notes and concepts by making the note taking graphic organizers memorable. Consistently referenced examples helps build confidence and security for students when reviewing topics. Exciting graphic organizers carefully organized in a notebook teaches students to take pride in their note taking and learning. When students share their note books with teachers, peers, and parents, they are gain confidence in their ability to take meaningful, organized notes.

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Interactive notebooks respond to brain research that shows the importance of visualizing information in novel, creative ways, and learning through active processes. Traditionally, the right side of the notebook is for notes that the teacher delivers to students. These notes include graphic organizers or guided note pages where students can fill in examples, definitions, and key ideas of the lesson. These notes contain interactive pieces, such as graphic organizers that fold or open to include additional information about the topic. The left side is traditionally left for students to take their own notes. This includes student questions, summaries, Learning Targets, and independent practice problems. The Algebra 3 & 4 text books students have access to in my school are more than a decade old and do not include easily accessible definitions, nor do they include examples for students. Interactive notebooks make class notes, examples, and definitions exciting, novel, and easily accessible for students. It helps them keep their notes organized and sequential, a element of note taking with which many of my students struggle. More than this, however, interactive notebooks make note taking engaging and fun. Colored paper helps students locate notes and concepts by making the note taking graphic organizers memorable. Consistently referenced examples helps build confidence and security for students when reviewing topics. Exciting graphic organizers carefully organized in a notebook teaches students to take pride in their note taking and learning. When students share their note books with teachers, peers, and parents, they are gain confidence in their ability to take meaningful, organized notes.

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