Guest Editorial: Making Meaning With Notebooks

by: Michael Klentschy

Communication is vital to science and has a central role in inquiry—students of all ages need to have a place and a means to reflect on their ideas. Language becomes the primary avenue that students use to arrive at and communicate their scientific understandings, with notebooks as a primary means for them to apply that language and reflect on their ideas.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 11/1/2010Stock # sc10_048_03_8Volume 048Issue 03

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