Guide to using Digital Interactive Notebooks

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  3. Shelley says:

    In your research, have you found guides for creating and implementing digital interactive notebooks in math classes? I teach 7th and 8th grade math, as well as algebra 1 and geometry, and REALLY wanted to implement this in my classes, especially the high school ones.

  4. Tara says:

    Do you have anything for a digital interactive math notebook? I teach 6th grade math and my students are 1:1 on iPads.

  5. Wow! This is extremely helpful information! I have been using interactive notebooks in my class this year in lieu of traditional or guided notes. They are the best! However, I definitely see the benefits in transitioning to digital interactive notebooks. We just became a 1:1 school so this will hopefully be possible to implement in the very near future. Again, thank you for the info!

  6. Danita Cobble says:

    Hi Kayse! Do you have any ideas for middle school math digital notebooks? Our county is going 1:1 and I’m looking for ways to help the math teachers utilize the resources as much as possible. We are using chromebooks.


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  8. Carmen says:

    I’m an ELA 7th grade teacher. I’m thinking about incorporating digital interactive notebooks this year. I’m a little scared, but I’m going to try. I’m looking forward for your upcoming videos!

  9. Heather Abajian says:

    Hi Kayse,

    I’m in the process of making the move from the traditional interactive notebook to the electronic version. I teach 8th ELA, and as you know there are MANY components. Would you recommend one notebook that the kids continue to add pages/slides so everything is in one slide document? This could potentially be 75+ slides. Or would you suggest a notebook for each separate component (i.e. parts of speech, plot elements, figurative language, etc.)? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

  10. Kristin says:

    I am a 6th grade teacher starting my second year utilizing hybrid learning in my language arts and science classes. I have small group, collaborative, technology, and independent/partner rotations. I am considering bringing in interactive notebooks this year. Would you recommend those activities being done with me at small group or can they be accomplished at another station?

  11. […] Want to start using digital interactive notebooks in your classroom? You can read more about that here. […]

  12. […] in the digital version of interactive notebooks, but don’t worry. If you aren’t in to Digital Interactive Notebooks just yet, this simple foldable can also be used in print. While students read any novel or short […]

  13. Allison says:

    Is there any way to implement this in a classroom that has zero iPads and 5 desktop computers? Do you still do worksheets to practice?

  14. Catie Larsen says:

    I am new to teaching 6th grade math this year. I am trying to figure out how to have the kids use notebooks this year since we are starting off with total distance learning. Any suggestions?

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