Using Interactive Science Notebooks for Inquiry-Based Science

by: Robert Chesbro

Tired of finding students' work overflowing from the garbage can on the last day of school? Try using an Interactive Science Notebook approach to help students make connections to their learning. This approach emphasizes the process of focusing, exploring, reflecting, and then applying as a systematic means of students conducting inquiry-based learning.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 4/1/2006Stock # ss06_029_07_30Volume 029Issue 07

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