Friday, 7 October 2016

Interactive Notebook's Table of Contents

Working with Interactive Notebooks can be very rewarding, you can have a look at my students' work in Pinterest, but it also requires perseverance and being a well organised person.

The "Table of Contents" is a must in this methodology.

To make sure that all of your students have all the information, and the right one, you can give them a sample table.

Here you have the table I made for my students. You can download and edit it so you can make the most of it.

TIP: You can share the table in Drive, blog...and give "edit permission" to students. This way the whole class will have access to the document so that keeping it complete will be a collaborative work. Besides, in case a student needs to confirm some information, he or she can check it easily.

Hope it's useful!

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