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Science Digital Interactive Notebooks You Need to See


Interactive Notebooks Gone Digital

Do you use interactive notebooks in your science classroom? 

Are you sick of all the wasted paper and the wasted time waiting for students to cut everything out? Do you have access to devices like computers, laptops, or tablets? Then you will LOVE Digital Interactive Notebooks. Check out the capability in this demo video. In the video you will see a preview of the Water and Weather Digital Interactive Notebook for 5th grade Test Prep.




So, what concerns do you have? 


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Do you have a Google Classroom? Are you looking for digital ways to incorporate common core skills and make your students more adept at utilizing technology in their daily learning? If so, then this is the product for you! 

Don't have Google accounts yet? No problem! Students can still access these activities if you set it to be "Anyone with the link can edit". They can add text, just not images. You would have to create a separate presentation for each student and supply them with the url.



Ask me your questions and/or put in requests for more content in the comments. Interested in the product in the promo video? Click here to see it on TpT



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  1. How do you create such nice documents on the google doc?

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  2. Love love LOVE this idea and I do have 1:1 Mac's but I teach only math, do you have anything on TPT that teaches you how to create these interactive digital materials? I am VERY interested in learning how to do them or purchasing them. Thanks so much or any input you can provide.
    tklanert@burke.k12.nc.us

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    1. Danielle Knight has a great guide to Google DRive you might be interested in. Here is her blog post about it. http://www.studyallknight.com/2016/06/questionsgoingdigitalclassroom.html

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  3. I love the images you used in your science resource! I think they will really help students remember the information.

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    1. Thanks Amy! My students loved them too. It is so much fun to create colorful resources and not worry about printer ink!

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  4. How do you push the assignments out to them so that it stays in one journal? Do you do the whole journal for the year? do you push one unit at a time so you might end up with 12 journals? Do you push one assignment at a time and can they add that assignment to their one journal to keep it all together??? I teach 7th grade and we are an iPad school 1:1 so my concern is with pushing it all out that students will move ahead which isn't a bad thing unless they are doing it so they can play games or do other things on their iPads. I could use help with this aspect... I love the idea of digital journals.

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