This module is designed to coach teachers through the why and how of an Interactive Notebook (INB). The process for setting up an entry in the notebook typically utilises the model of right side for direct input and left side for processing output of each entry. In this module, participants are able to explore alternative ways to use Interactive Notebooks (INBs) to suit their students’ learning needs. Participants will engage in a variety of collaborative learning activities for planning lessons utilising INBs. INBs provide structures for students to dive deeper into content and take ownership of their learning by strengthening their metacognitive processing. Participants learn how to integrate INBs into daily lessons so that students have multiple opportunities to interact with and process content to develop tertiary, workplace, and life organisational skills. The intended audience for this module is instructional and content teachers.

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