Teacher: Student-created notebooks improve teaching, learning of science

09/25/2013 | Teaching Channel

Elementary-school teacher Jane Fung writes in this blog post about her love of notebooks and how blank paper and a folder can help students start thinking like scientists. Students, she writes, can use their science notebooks to create reference sheets and record their scientific discoveries. Fung writes that she uses students' notebooks to check for students' understanding and evidence of students' growth over time.

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